The National Lotteries Board offers internship opportunities for 12 months in the following field:

Qualification Possible Placement Are # of Interns
National Lottery Board Internships 2012
National Diploma, Bachelar Degree, Post Grad (BTech, Hons or Masters – NQF6 – 10)

  • Public Relations
  • Journalism
  • Communication
  • Media Studies
Communication Division

  • Monitoring of Publications or Press Release or Media
  • Stakeholder Relations
3
National Diploma, Bachelar Degree, Post Grad (BTech, Hons or Masters – NQF6 – 10)

  • Development Studies
  • Project Management
Central Applications Office: Charities Sector 2
  • Law Degree
Legal Division

  • Legal Services
  • Legal Compliance
  • Contract/Debt Collection
  • Criminal Law
2
National Diploma, Bachelar Degree, Post Grad (BTech, Hons or Masters – NQF6 – 10)

  • Law
  • Compliance Managemet
  • Auditing and Accounting
  • Forensic Investigation
Compliance Division

  • Compliance & Monitoring
  • Regulation
  • Grant Audits
  • Due Diligence Review
  • Forensic Investigations

 

3

REQUIREMENTS
All Applicants must be:

  • Between the ages of 18-35 years
  • South Africa citizens
  • Unemployed graduates who have never participated in an internship programme.


The following documents should accompany your application:

  • 1 page letter indicating preferred placement area
  • CV (3-5) pages
  • Certified copies of ID, Senior Certificate & Qualification including academic transcripts
  • Driver’s license is required for Field and Compliance Officer interns

Applications are to be forwarded to: The Human Resources Manager, PO Box 1556, Brooklyn Square, 007 or your application can be hand delivered to: 33 Grosvenor Street, Hatfield Gardens, Block B, Hatfield.

Closing Date: 30 March 2012

NOTE:
Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates onlu. If you have not heard from the NLB with 30 days of you the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful. Enquiries can be directed to: The HR Development Officer: Mr. Shalom Pila at 012 432 1300

Source: Sunday Times