Closing Date: 19 August 2012
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To qualify for the internship programme, you must have completed or be in the process of completing your undergraduate or postgraduate studies in the field of:
Fields of study we recruit from (based on the business needs):
- Procurement/ Supply Chain Management/Logistics
- Human Resources Management/Organisational Psychology
- Social Policy
- Public Policy
- Computer Science/Information Systems/Information Technology
You must have an average of 60% or higher.
The National Treasury team will be embarking on recruitment drives at universities around the country. Look out for further information around campus or at your university’s careers office.
Interns are offered competitive market-related salaries, which are structured according to the individual areas of work, level of expertise and qualification.
How to Apply
Complete and submit the CAA application form
available on National Treasury’s website (www.treasury.gov.za), and attach the following:
- Updated CV
- Certified copy of your SA identity document
- Full official academic transcripts/results
- Submit completed applications via e-mail to email@example.com or Post to:
The HR Specialist
Private Bag X 115
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What must I have in order to be considered for the National Treasury Graduate Development Programme?
A. Graduates must have completed their degrees and or post graduate studies with an average of
60% or higher and must be South African citizens. A comprehensive selection process is also followed, including and not limited to interviews and, competency assessments.
Q. What is the salary offering?
A. Interns are offered a market related salary.
Q. What kind of development initiatives will I be exposed to while on the Internship Programme?
A. All interns receive on-the-job training. There will be a learning agreement between the line manager and the intern to ensure that interns are developed according to their job description and the specific job competencies required.
Q. Where would I be based during the programme?
A. All interns will be based at the National Treasury’s offices in Pretoria.
Q. How long is the Internship Programme, and what happens thereafter?
A. The internship programme runs for 24 months. Permanent placement in the department after the programme is not guaranteed. Interns are encouraged to apply for permanent positions after one year on the programme. Most of our interns have been appointed into permanent positions.
Should you not be appointed to a permanent position at the end of the programme, the intern will receive a letter of reference.
Q. Would I qualify for leave?
A. Interns qualify for certain types of leave.