CLOSING DATE: 15 November 2013
Renumeration: R120 000.00 (All-Inclusive)
The Kgetlengrivier Local Municipality in the North West Province’s town of KOSTER, hereby invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for the following vacancy:
• The candidate should hold, as a minimum, a three-year bachelor’s Degree or National diploma with majors in accounting, Economics or finance including either risk Mangement and/or auditing amongst others. • The intern will sign an internship agreement, which is in addition to the programme, which require, amongst others, full participation in the educational and workplace assignments and observance of policies and procedures. • The candidates must be between the ages of 21 and 35.
Internship Overview: • The MFMIP is a structured professional training and work experience programme with the goal of providing high quality training and practical exposure in all aspects of a Municipal budget and Treasury Office, which is governed by the Municipal Finance Management act, act 56 of 2003 and the underlying reforms.
How to Apply
Forward all applications marked for the attention of the Municipal Manager, Kgetleng rivier Local Municipality, and PO. Box 66, KOSTER, 0348 or hand delivered to corner De Wet ad Smuts Street, KOSTER
Applications to include covering letter and a CV containing details of three (3) contactable references. Reference checks will be done for short-listed candidates.
ENQUIRIES: Mr. J. R. Maotwane, Human Resources Officer at 014 543 2004
Faxed or e-mail applications will not be acceptable.
The Municipality reserves the right not to make an appointment. Candidates are requested not to contact the Municipality directly, any attempt to lobby or canvas
support for appointment from members of the Council will automatically disqualify the applicant.
If you have not been contacted within 14 days after closing date, then consider your application to have been unsuccessful and all documentation pertaining to your application to have been destroyed.
The Municipality subscribes to the principles of Employment Equity as enshrined in the Employment Equity Act.
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