Western Cape Dept of Health: Internships 2017 in Cape Town

Western Cape Dept of Health: Internships 2017 in Cape Town

Western Cape Department of Health is offering Internships Programme for 2017 in Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa.  The Western Cape Government Department of Health is commencing with its Graduate Internship Programme for all South African unemployed graduates residing in the Western Cape.

The Western Cape Government : Health Graduate Internship Programme is a youth programme (ages 20 to 35) and will provide an opportunity to gain practical work experience for a maximum period of twelve (12) ,whereby successful candidates will receive a monthly stipend of R4 989,51 to R7 649,60 (depending on the NQF level 6-8).

Internship Application deadline is 02 September 2016

Internship Provider: Western Cape Department of Health

Internship Location: Cape Town

You may only apply if you are already in possession of a degree (NQF Level 7) or diploma (NQF Level 6) in one of the following academic fields:

  • Information Management;
  • Senior Copy Writer or Graphic Design;
  • Clinical Engineering (Industrial Technician and Quantity Surveyor);
  • Financial Accounting,

with an average pass mark of 60% in your final year major subjects/modules.

Women and people with disabilities are particularly encouraged to apply.

Candidates must submit a completed Application Form (Z83 Form), obtainable from any government department, together with a certified copy of the relevant qualification, a certified copy of their green South African bar-coded ID or a certified copy of their new South African ID card as well as their academic results certified by the academic institution.

How to Apply

Clearly indicate on the application form (Z-83) which qualification you are applying for.

Please submit your application for the attention of Ms NT Albertus, Directorate: People Development, Western Cape Government: Department of Health, 4 Dorp Street, Cape Town 8001.

Please note: Copies of certified copies and faxes will not be accepted. The Department will not be held responsible for any costs relating to relocation, subsistence and traveling.

Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates only. Kindly accept that if you do not hear from the Department in three months, your application was unsuccessful.

Enquiries: Ms NT Albertus, tel. no. 021 483 6108

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