Public Protector South Africa: Internships 2016 / 2017

Public Protector South Africa: Internships 2016 / 2017

Public Protector South Africa offers internship opportunities to unemployed South African graduates who wish to apply in the fields listed below, which are in line with organisational support functions. The interns are for the period of 12 months and the interns will receive a monthly stipend of R7000.00 per month.

Internship Application deadline is 02 September 2016

Internship Provider: Public Protector South Africa

Internship Location: South Africa

Field of Studies:
Ref No: Number Reguired Provincial Administration Field of Study (Minimum Qualification) Location
PPSA1 15 Administration National Diploma: Office Administration or any other qualification All Provincial Offices
PPSA2 2 Communications Public Relations, Communication, Journalism Head Offices
PPSA3 2 Compliance LLB Head Offices
PPSA4 2 Facilities Management National Diploma in Public Admin or any other relevant qualification Head Offices
PPSA5 2 Finance National Diploma in Finance or any other relevant qualification Head Offices
PPSA6 2 Good Governance National Diploma in Office Administration, Legal Assistance Head Offices
How to apply
Applications, stating the relevant reference number, should be sent for attention of: Mr T Khunou at Private Bag X677, Pretoria 0001, or hand-deliver to: Public Protector House, 175 Lunnon Road Hillcrest Office Park. Hillcrest. Pretoria.
NB: For opportunities at Provincial Offices, please indicate your preferred province.
Enquiries: Ms V Setlhodimela, tel. (012) 366-7099
Notifications
Correspondences will be limited to the short-listed. All appointments will be done in terms of the Public Protector Act. The successful candidates will be expected to sign the secrecy declaration form and performance agreement within 3 months of accepting the position. All successful candidates will have to undergo security clearance; vetting and competency assessments may be considered.
The Public Protector South Africa is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer and is committed to the achievement and maintenance of representivity (race, gender and disability). Preference will be given to the candidates whose appointment or promotion meets the requirements for Employment Equity representivity in the Office. People with Disabilities, Coloured, Indians and Females will be given preference.

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