Tshipi Borwa Mine is Hiring

Closing Date: 20 June 2018
Location: Tshipi Borwa Manganese Mine

Are you recently graduate / final year student with a positive attitude, who matriculated or currently reside within the John Taolo District?

Do you want an opportunity for a practical exposure in the mining sector?

We want to invite all recently qualified graduates / final year students within the mentioned disciplines to apply for our internship programme

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Qualifications

  • Mining Engineering [x2]
  • Environmental Officers [x2]
  • Occupational Hygiene [x1]
  • Analytical Chemistry [x1]
  • Geology [x2]
  • Geotechnical Engineering [x1]
  • Human Resources Management [x1]
  • Metallurgy [x2]

Requirements

  • Grade 12 / Matric
  • Completed degree / national diploma with no previous work experience or final year student with  a formal internship programme requirement / project
  • Matriculated / currently residing in John Taolo district (proof of school / residence required)

How To Apply

Applicants who meet the key requirements must apply and submit their CVs together with certified copies of qualifications and proof of school / residence to: hr@tshipi.co.za

Kantar: Data Analytics Graduate / Internship Programme 2018 / 2019

 

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Closing Date: 04 July 2018
Location: Durban

What can you expect from “Us”?

The KGP program is designed to offer top local graduates an exciting career in market research with 2 of Kantar’s South Africa based businesses. The Kantar Graduate Program provides exciting opportunities that includes the option to rotate between our Brands.

Description

You will receive a world class Research Experience and Exposure as a Trainee in TNS and Millward Brown. This 12 month program will provide you with one of the best working experiences and a taste of what Kantar companies are about via rotation and exposure to three sister companies. You could gain expertise and understanding of branding, product development, communication and marketing strategies; you will extend yourself beyond market research to “see the client’s side”.

What do we expect from “You”?

We expect you to be Passionate about the learning’s you will take from this great opportunity.

We expect you to be Impactful to take up the challenges and contribute the best way you can.

We expect you to be Supportive to your team and the way you approach your work.

We expect you to be Creative and be bold to explore ideas and new ways of doing things.

We expect you to be Trustworthy so you and your team can foster great working relationship and work ethics.

KEY OUTCOMES

  • Accomplishes standard tasks within team structure to ensure timely and accurate delivery of project objectives
  • Provide interpretation of basic statistical output
  • Applies appropriate learning to the task execution
  • Implements standard tasks and is conversant with RI Brands
  • Suggests improvements to standard processes
  • Supports strategies for building team effectiveness
  • Supports an environment of work excellence by ensuring own performance is consistently optimal
  • Constructively brings attention to issues of poor performance within team and suggests possible solutions
  • Requests technical support / back up / by team members
  • Seeks to build inter-departmental relationships productively
  • Interacts effectively with varying levels with different backgrounds and perspectives

CAPABILITIES

  • Qualification in Analytics, Mathematics, Stats or Data Science
  • Exposure to ‘R’/Python would be advantageous
  • Quantitative Research Process Knowledge
  • Shows flexibility & adaptability
  • Maintains consistency under pressure
  • Works cooperatively with others

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Kantar Data Analytics Graduate / Internship Programme

Omnia: Agricultural Science Graduate / Internship Programme 2019

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Closing Date: 30 June 2018
Location: countrywide

Omnia Fertilizer is offering opportunities for Graduate Development within the Agriculturalist discipline within various geographical areas in South Africa.

Qualifications

  • Minimum BSc Agriculture with major subjects Soil Science and/or Agronomy and/or Horticulture and/or Plant Sciences.

Experience

  • Newly qualified graduates with no work experience with a keen interest in marketing.
  • Afrikaans a distinct advantage (Writing, Speaking and Understanding).
  • Own reliable transport.

DutiesGraduate Development for period of 12 months.

Job Competencies

  • Interest in a dynamic marketing environment
  • Eager to learn and grasp new concepts
  • Can Do Attitude

General

Must be willing to relocate within South Africa

How To Apply

Apply Online for the Omnia Agricultural Science Graduate / Internship Programme

Teaching Internships at The Street Light Schools

Teaching Internships At Streetlight Schools. Streetlight Schools, is a nonprofit whose vision is to provide the neediest children the most innovative, effective and transformative teachers and schools to help them unlock their full potential.

Teaching Internships At Streetlight Schools

Streetlight Schools realises this vision by launching schools in inner-city communities in Johannesburg, including its first school, Streetlight: Jeppestown.

Streetlight Schools seeks to appoint an Intern, based in Johannesburg.

Report to: School Leader

Responsibilities:  

  • Assist the teaching teams in one classroom activities
  • Prepare learning and teaching resources
  • Take on break duties according to the school’s need, ensuring a safe and positive environment for the children during breaks and that students have access to engaging play activities
  • Take on extracurricular, aftercare and play based activities
  • Adapt and practice the responsive classroom principles with the students
  • Take initiative and contribute to an inclusive and positive working environment among staff

Requirements:

  • Studying towards a Teaching degree. Preferably in 2nd or 3rd year tertiary
  • No experience will learn on the job
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Ability to communicate and interact with others in the school
  • Ability to show initiative and be proactive
  • Willingness to adhere to the school’s values, culture and pedagogical approaches.
  • Prove excellent skills and ability to take care of and socialise with the students as well as the school staff
  • Appropriate training in the use of ICT packages
  • Ability to prioritise and manage issues and work tasks, organisation skills, ability to meet deadlines
  • Desire to work in low-income communities in an urbanising environment
  • Ability to relate well to children and adults and promote the school in the wider community
  • Ability to work constructively as part of the team of Streetlight Schools, willing to engage in building an innovative and effective learning environment for children
  • Fluency in spoken and written English
  • Proficiency in one or more indigenous South Africa Language
  • Strong Leader
  • Nurturing, kind and caring

Streetlight Schools, is a nonprofit whose vision is to provide the neediest children the most innovative, effective and transformative teachers and schools to help them unlock their full potential.

  • Attention to detail
  • Willingness to work beyond official working times when required
  • Show Love, Respect, Professionalism, Innovation, Dedication

How to Apply for Teaching Internships

To apply, submit CV and cover letter to jobs@streetlightschools.org. Please put the job title in the subject line.

SOURCE: NGO PULSE

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION ASSISTANT

REF NO: DOT/HRM/24
(Branch: Administration (Chief Operations Officer)
(Directorate: Human Resource Management and Administration)
(Sub-Directorate: Recruitment and Selection)
SALARY:R183 558 per annum (Level 06)
CENTRE:Pretoria
REQUIREMENTS:An appropriate NQF Level 6/7 as recognised
by SAQA in Human Resource Management with at least 1 year experience in HRM environment and the experience in Recruitment and Selection will be added as advantage.The following will serve as strong recommendations: Problem-solving abilities.Communication skills (written and verbal). Project management skills.Interpersonal, liaison, coordination and organizing skills. Computer literacy.Willingness to work beyond normal working hours.
DUTIES: The incumbent will responsible to: Sort job applications. Capture all applications from job applicants and compile executive summaries. Assist with other HR administrative duties as when required. Arrange for a suitable date for short listings. Invite all stakeholders, panel members including organized labour to the short listing. Scribe during the short listing meeting. Compile submission for shortlist approvals. Conduct reference checks for the shortlisted candidates. Arrange date and venue for the interviews. Invite short listed candidates to the interviews. Escort candidates to and from them interview venue on the day of the interviews. Assist candidates with the completion of S & T forms and submit them for approval. Assist with any logistics regarding interviews. Conduct pre-employment security screening for the shortlisted candidates with NIA. Conduct verification of qualification for the recommended candidates with SAQA. Compile a database all educational verifications from SAQA.
ENQUIRIES: Ms N Masilela; Tel No: (012) 309 3104
APPLICATIONS:Department of Transport, Private Bag X193, Pretoria, 0001 or hand deliver at
the 159 Forum Building, Cnr Struben and Bosman Street, Pretoria for attention
Recruitment Unit. Room 4034.
CLOSING DATE: 28 June 2018

How to Trade Bitcoins Without Using The Actual Money

Cryptocurrencies are causing a global stir and have proven to be a more serious pursuit than Pokemon Go, minting legions millionaires and billionaires. So you want in on the action and reckon you’ll take your chances in the choppy waters of crypto trading.

You’ve gotten yourself studied up on Technical Analysis and have learned all the terminology (you’re saying things like Exponential Moving Average, Bollinger bands, head-and-shoulders patterns etc.) and you’re ready to dive in and get your ‘buy low, sell high’ on. Not so fast Gordon Gecko, you might want to sharpen your skills first. You know, to make sure you don’t get in the game and get bullied by the bears.

How do you get the necessary practice in? Well if you don’t want the crypto big boys wiping the sidewalk with you, you need to get yourself a trading simulator. Here are a few simulators you can check out.

 

Coins2Learn

 

Coins2Learn offers a safe and free simulator teaches you how to exchange Bitcoin and altcoins to improve your trading abilities, without risking real money.Trading through a simulator enables you to gain valuable experience and confidence trading cryptocurrencies without the risk of going bust.

Coins2Learn also offer you a chance to compete with other traders in a global league, for the chance to win actual Bitcoin.

 

BitcoinHero

 

BitcoinHero is a free Bitcoin game/simulator for those who want to learn how to trade Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies without any risk. You can also change the bet and leverage, thus managing the potential profit size. Buy or sell Bitcoin, ETH, LTC, and Dash at their actual prices!

 

CryptoGround

CryptoGround features a beginner’s guide and news tab in addition to offering a simulator. The simulator is currently being revamped to offer a better trading experience but you can still test your mettle on the old one

 

That covers your desktop trading practice. For those who want to steal a moment of practice while waiting for the Gautrain, there are mobile obtions available. Namely: CryptoTrader, Cryptocurrency Exchange Simulator, and CryptoMarketGame, which mimic actual exchange layouts and use historical price charts so you’ll be trading against a coins actual historical price movements.

 

Get as much practice as you can before diving in with real value. Hone your strategy on a simulator and you have less chance of getting yourself spanked when you enter the markets. Happy trading.

 

Source: Bitcoinhub.co.za

 

The New 2018 Mandela Coin

 

The South African Mint, a subsidiary of the South African Reserve Bank (Sarb) announced the launch of two new limited edition coins which pay tribute to struggle icon and former president, Nelson Mandela. The new 2018 Mandela Coin.

The new coins serve as a commemoration of Mandela’s legacy and what he stood for during the Apartheid era.

Notably, 2018 marks exactly a century since the birth of Mandela and the Mint aims to celebrate this milestone.

The two coins are visibly different in appearance, the one coin being bronze while the other is sterling silver.

The R50 bronze coin also depicts Mandela in his youth as a young lawyer while the R50 sterling silver coin portrays him as SA’s first democratic President.

 

Pricing of The New 2018 Mandela Coin

The bronze alloy coin is priced at R127 and tells its own tale, says Tumi Tsehlo, MD, South African Mint.

“Pricing the coin was a conscious tribute to Nelson Mandela’s legacy and our way of paying it forward. To celebrate 100 years since the birth of Mandela, and in remembrance of the 27 long and lonely years, he spent in prison, the entry-level bronze alloy coin is priced at R127.

With every coin purchased, R27 (VAT-free) will be donated to the Nelson Mandela Foundation”.

Notably, the two coins are also the second installation in the “Celebrating South Africa” theme. The first installation being the 2017 OR Tambo Centenary range.

According to the SA Mint, the series serves to educate individuals on SA’s struggle icons.

“South Africans must never forget her heroes who stood up and against injustice and inequality to usher a new era of freedom and democracy. We hope their stories will continue to be told and heard every time someone holds a Madiba or Tambo commemorative coin,” adds Tsehlo.

“Collectability is a function of craftsmanship, quality and theme amongst other personal preferences. The Mandela series no doubt ticks all the boxes and will be an amazing addition to any collection, not only because of its design but also because of the enduring value of the theme.”

The coins can be purchased for the South African Mint’s retail store in Centurion, Elegance Jewellers in Melrose Arch and various pop-up stores in malls around South Africa.

Tselo added that they will be announcing new products in the Mandela Centenary range.

Where can you buy and sell Mandela Coins in South Africa

Source: IOL

MSOBO COAL: ARTISAN LEARNERSHIP PROGRAMME 2018 / 2019

Closing Date: 8 June 2018

Msobo Coal offers members of the local communities an opportunity to register as Technical OR Engineering Learner to be trained and developed to enable the individual to obtain an artisan qualification associated with coal mining.

Qualifications and Requirements

  • Minimum Grade 12 with mathematics and science or N2 with relevant subjects .
  • Applicants will be screened and will be subjected to an assessment process .
  • Successful applicants will be obliged to enter into an contractual agreement with the company stipulating obligations of both parties

MHSA Requirements

The successful candidate must be in possession of a valid certificate of fitness or be in a position to obtain one as per the requirements of the Mine Health and Safety Act.

MHSA requirements

The successful candidate must be in possession of a valid certificate of fitness or be in a position to obtain one prior to the commencement of employment, as per the requirements of the Mine Health and Safety Act.

Personal Attributes

  • Self-disciplined and energetic
  • Positive and Safe attitude
  • Creative/original .
  • Problem solving skills
  • Must be positive and serious about his/her own development
  • Good communication skills
  • Be able to work in a Team Environment
  • Subordination to supervision

How To Apply

Please forward your detailed CV to: Recruitment@msobo.co.za

If no response is received within two weeks after closing date it can be assumed that your application was unsuccessful. Preference will be given to applications from historically disadvantaged individuals

EC Government: Graduate / Internship Programme 2018 / 2019

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Closing Date: 22 June 2018
Location: Bhisho

Applications are hereby invited from unemployed graduates to participate in an internship programme in order to gain work experience in various fields of study. The interns will be paid a monthly minimum stipend of R5354.00 depending on the level of intern qualification and current salary scales respectively, for a fixed term contract of twelve (24) months. The applicants should be between the ages of 18 to 35. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Youth Affairs [x3]

  • Office Admin
  • Project Management
  • Developmental or Social Science
  • Economics

Ref: YA 1

Supply Chain Management [x6]

  • Commercial Studies
  • Logis System
  • Asset & Fleet Management
  • Demand and Acquisition Management

Ref: SCM 1

Provincial Communications [x3]

  • Public Relations
  • Communications
  • Marketing
  • Journalism
  • Media studies

Ref: PC 1

Risk Management [x1]

  • Office Management / Admin

Ref: RM 1

Organisational Development [x1]

  • Organizational Development

Ref: OD 1

Shared Human Resource Management Services [x1]

  • Hons (Counselling Psychology)

Ref: SHRMS 1

Policy Development Research & Coordination and Performance Monitoring and Evaluation [x5]

  • M&E, Spatial Planning (GIS / Town or development planning)

Ref: PCME 1

Organisational Employee Wellness [x1]

  • Social Science / Social Work

Ref: OEW 1

Information & Communication Technology [x4]

  • Information Management & Communication Technology

Ref: ICT 1

Internal Control Unit [x2]

  • Diploma Internal Auditing / BCom Finance

Ref: ICU 1

Intern applicants must have finished a three year tertiary qualification (degree / diploma or equivalent 3 year qualification) in the abovementioned fields of study:

How To Apply

Applications should be submitted on Form Z83, obtainable from any Government department and should be accompanied by the required certified copies of ID, educational qualifications. CV and reference number as stated Please note the following will not be considered:

Faxed applications / e-mailed applications / Interns with previous experience / Iate of incomplete applications

Should you not receive any response by 29 June 2018. please consider your application as unsuccessful. Al applications should be directed to:

Applications can be forwarded through one of the following options:

Hand Delivery: Room 1043, First Floor, Office of the Premier Building, Independence Avenue Bhisho.

Post to: Central Recruitment: Office of the Premier: Private Bag X0047, Bhisho, 5605

Enquiries: Mr. M. Mbangi 040 609 6424. Mr T. Mapapu @ 040-609 6080.

VLA: Public Admin Learnership Programme 2018 / 2019

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Closing Date: 08 June 2018
Location: Bushbuckridge; Mpumalanga

National Certificate: Public Administration NQF Level 5

Vusheni Learning Academy (VLA)in partnership with Public SETA and Host Employer Bushbuckridge Local Municipality invites applications for a Learnership in National Certificate: Public Administration: NOF Level 5 to be delivered in the Mpumalanga Province within the next 3 months.

Application must meet all the following criteria / requirements:

  • Must be currently unemployed.
  • Must have never participated In any Learnership or internship,
  • Must have a planned career in the Public Sector,
  • Minimum Matric Certificate with minimum English Level 4 and Mathematics minimum Level 5 OR Mathematical Literacy minimum Level 4
  • Must be a South African citizen and be between 18 and 35 years of age.
  • Must be committed to attend 60 days of training in Nelspruit,
  • Must be willing to enter into a 12-months uninterrupted leamership contract.
  • Must be a resident of Bushbuckridge Municipal,
  • Must be prepared to be mentored in your own business

Medium of instruction during training will strictly be in English. Successful learners will receive a monthly stipendIf you do not receive any communication from us on or before 15 June 2018please consider your application unsuccessfulSpace is limited. Upon successful completion of this programme, competent Learner will receive a PSETA National Certificate.

How To Apply

Interested applicants must submit the below mentioned documents to: Bushbuckridge Local Municipality (Head Office) R533 Graskop Road Opposite Mapulaneng DLTCBushbuckridge, 1280 on or before 08 June 2018:

  • Certified copy of South African ID (SAPS Commissioners stamp must reflect a on or before 8 June 2018 date)
  • Certified copy of Matric Certificate with minimum English Level 4 and Mathematics minimum Level 5 OR Mathematical Literacy minimum Level 4 (SAPS Commissioner’s stamp must reflect a on o before 8 June 2018 date)
  • Detailed CV (Provide two cell phone numbers)
  • Recent Municipal proof of residential address (Bushbuckridge Municipalities only)
  • Professionally prepared Application Letter

For more information or clarity kindly contact PhumlaThemba at (013) 7522439 or Maryanne Mnisi at 013 004 0291