Closing Date: 08 Februay 2013
The National Credit Regulator (NCR) was established by the National Credit Act 34 of 2005 (the Act) as the credit industry regulator in South Africa. It is tasked with carrying out education; research; policy development; registration of industry participants, (i.e. credit providers, credit bureaux and debt counsellors); investigation of complaints, and
enforcement of the Act. The Act requires the Regulator to promote the development of an accessible credit market; particularly to address the needs of historically disadvantaged persons, low income persons, and remote, isolated or low density communities.
The National Credit Regulator is committed to addressing the country’s skills shortage and to assist young people in acquiring skills that will secure them employment; whether it is in the banking sector, or other regulatory environments.
The NCR is looking for dynamic, self motivated individuals who intend to enter into learnerships for:
The NCR learnerships are focused on the development of unemployed graduates who have completed the following degrees:
Graduates must have completed their studies between 2010 and 2012. The learnership programme is administered in conjunction with BANKSETA (Banking Sector Education & Training Authority). Learners will enter into a 12-month contract with the NCR. A monthly stipend will be paid to the learners for the duration of the contract.
How to Apply
To apply, please send a detailed CV accompanied by a one page motivation explaining why you have chosen your field of study to: [email protected]. Alternatively, applications can be hand-delivered at 127 15th Road Randjespark, Midrand. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply. All applications must be accompanied by certified copies of
identity documents & qualifications.
Correspondence will only be entered into with short-listed candidates.