ITAC South Africa: Internships 2016 / 2017

ITAC South Africa: Internship Programme for 2016 / 2017

Closing Date: 3 June 2016

ITAC (International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa

ITAC invites applications for internship opportunities. Applicants between the ages of 18-35 years of age will be considered. Successful interns will be appointed for a period 12 months. Interns will receive a monthly stipend of R6000 00 per months.

Legal services (1 Post)

Requirements: LLB qualifications preferably with electives in international Trade Law / competitive Law.

Ref Number: 10/2016

Tariff Investigation (1 Post)

Requirements: Bachelors degree qualification in Business Economics, Economics Internatiinal or Trade   Policy

Ref Number: 11/2016

Tariff Investigation (1 Post)

Requirements: Bachelors degree qualification in Business Economics, Economics Accounting/ Auditing

Ref Number: 12/2016

Human Resource Management (1 P0st)

Requirements: Bachelors degree or equivalent in HRM /HRD

Ref Number: 13/2016

The following conditions shall apply: Applications should be unemployed graduates who are in possession of the relevant tertiary qualification as indicated above and are South African Citizens. Applicants should have no previous work experience including previous internships. Successful applicants will sign an internship agreement.

ITAC is an equal opportunity employer. Preferences would be given to candidates from the designed groups in line with the Employment Equity. ITAC reserves the right not to fill the advertised position should there be no suitable candidates identified. Candidates with foreign qualifications ARE responsible for the evaluation of their qualifications by SAQA.

Please forward your application letter, a comprehensive CV, certified copies of qualifications and ID documents quoting the relevant reference number to:

ITAC Human Resource Management

Private Bag X753



Please note that correspondence will be limited to short listed candidates. Applications received after closing date will not be considered.



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