Stats SA Internship Opportunities for 2016 / 2017

Stats SA Internship Opportunities for 2016 / 2017 –  (Ref No.: 01/09/15HO)

Internship application Form 2016/2017 PDF DOWNLOAD (66KB)

Stats SA provides Internship in the following Fields of Study for 2016/17.

  • To qualify for the internship programme, you must – be an unemployed South African graduate aged between 20–30 years;
  • have completed a degree/ national diploma (NQF 6) or Honours degree; and
  • have obtained an average of 60% or higher in any of the following fields of study:
Interns in the following fields of study are encouraged to join the Stats SA two-year Internship Programme
  • Statistics
  • Demography
  • Geography
  • Methodology
  • System Development and Analysis
  • Economics and Econometrics
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Finance
  • Governance
  • Strategy
  • Internal Audit
  • Law
All Internship opportunities are primarily based at Head Office in Pretoria but a limited number of posts are allocated to the various provinces based on their needs.
A three-year tertiary qualification (NQF 6) in the above -mentioned fields. Applicants th at still need to finish or qualify for a Degree or National Diploma should not apply.
Important note: Please note that only applications submitted on our Internship form 2016/17 available on will be considered
  • Correspondence will be entered into with short-listed candidates only
  • Statistics South Africa reserves the right not to make an appointment
  • Applications received after the closing date will not be considered.
Head Office, Pretoria:
Post to the Manager: Recruitment and Appointments , Statistics SA, Private Bag X44, Pretoria 0001 or hand-deliver at 167 Delta Heights Building, corner Madiba and Thabo Sehume Streets, Pretoria.
Applicants can hand deliver their applications to the closest provincial office.
Kindly contact Ms Z Buthelezi at (012) 310 4893 or Ms L Nel at 012 310 8319.
Closing Date: 18 September 2015
Stats SA endeavours to promote the careers of previously disadvantaged persons by applying the principles of
appropriate legislation, e.g. Employment Equity Act, 1998.

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