Closing Date: 27 June 2012 at 10h00
The South African National Energy Development Institute (SANEDI) is providing opportunities to 10 unemployed graduates to gain work experience in various skills areas. It is therefore inviting applications for an Internship Programme that will run for a 12 month contract period. The internship programme is aimed at enhancing the employability of unemployed graduates. Remuneration is in line with Government’s policy on internships.
Requirements: Applications must be graduates and have successfully completed the theoretical part of study and are in need of experiential learning in order to be employable in the market.
|BUSINESS UNIT||RELATED FIELD OF STUDY|
|Electrical/Electronic Engineering||Electrical/Electronic Engineering degree /diploma (preferably with knowledge of IT systems|
|Project Management||National Diploma/ Degree in Project Management|
|Geology||BSc. Geology degree|
|Data Analysis and Modelling||National Diploma IT/ B.Tech/ B. Com Informatics|
|Energy Studies /Engineering||Masters in Energy Studies/Engineering – knowledge of renewable energy and the energy landscape|
|Risk Management||B.Com (Risk Management)/risk management certificate relevant qualification in risk management; risk management will be an added advantage|
|Finance||National Diploma /Degree in Financial Accounting or Equivalent, Financial management qualification|
|Communication||B.Com Media Studies/National Diploma in Communications /Degree in Communications|
|Office Administration||National Diploma/Degree in Administration|
How to Apply
All applications must be accompanied by a detailed cv and a motivation letter specifying the internship being applied for together with copies of identity documents and qualifications. This must be emailed to: [email protected]
Enquiries: Deshnee Govender Tel: (010 – 201 4713)
NB: No late applications shall be considered if received after the closing date and time. If you have not been contacted within 6 weeks of the Closing date, you may assume that your application was unsuccessful.