General Workers Cleaners Wanted

GENERAL ASSISTANT/CLEANER REF NO: KHC 10-06/2018 (X2 POSTS)
(College Council Posts)
SALARY : R115 437 per annum (SL 03)
CENTRE : King Hintsa TVET College – Centane Campus

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REQUIREMENTS : Standard 7 up to standard 10 qualifications is essential. Proven experience as
General Assistant Cleaner (minimum of 1 year cleaning experience).
Competencies: Good communicate skills. Must be able to communicate in English
(read, write) Ability to prioritize workload and work under pressure without
supervision. Willingness to undergo further training. Recommendations:
Trustworthy, Hardworking and team player.
DUTIES : Undertake activities associate with maintaining cleanliness of designated areas
and providing support during the relocation of office furniture/equipment with laid
down instructions. Receive verbal instructions from the immediate supervisor on
the work program and/or priorities related to specific departments and/or
communication specific cleaning material requirement. Clean ablutions facilities,
mopping floors and wiping ceramic surfaces, replacing toilet rolls, hand towels, etc.
and checking and reporting defective items to the immediate supervisor for
attention. Ensure that areas that are services are kept neat and tidy.
ENQUIRIES : Mr MM Ndzame or MS P Soyizwapi at Tel No: 047 401 6400

APPLICATIONS : Please Forward Your Application, Quoting The Reference Number to: The
Principal, King Hintsa TVET College, Private Bag X3018, Butterworth, 4960 Or
Hand Deliver to: 218 Mthatha Road Ibika Township, Butterworth.
CLOSING DATE : 20 July 2018, applications received after the closing date.
NOTE : Applications must be submitted on form Z83 obtainable from any public service
department and must be accompanied by a comprehensive CV and certified
copies of qualifications. Emailed or faxed applications will not be considered. The
successful candidate will be subjected to a security clearance and verification of
qualifications. Interviewed candidates will be subjected to a competency
assessment where necessary. Correspondence or communication will only be
entered into with short-listed applicants. The College /Department reserves the
right to withdraw any of the advertised posts at any time depending on the need.

 

Auxiliary Services Officer 10X Positions

AUXILIARY SERVICES OFFICER: FIELD MONITORS (X10 POSTS)
(5 Year Renewable Contract)
SALARY : R183 558 per annum (Level 06)
CENTRE : Umlazi District: Ref No: DOE/37/2018
Ilembe District: Ref No: DOE/38/2018
Harry Gwala District: Ref No: DOE/39/2018
Ugu District: Ref No: DOE/40/2018
Amajuba District: Ref No: DOE/41/2018
Umzinyathi District: Ref No: DOE/42/2018
King Cetshwayo District REF NO. DOE/43/2018 (X2 Posts)
Zululand District: Ref No: DOE/44/2018
Umkhanyakude District: Ref No: DOE/45/2018
Uthukela District: Ref No: DOE/46/2018

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REQUIREMENTS : Senior Certificate. Competencies: Knowledge of computers, computer literacy in
MS Word, MS Excel and other computer skills. Skills: Numeracy, Good
Interpersonal Relations, Communication and Record keeping. Experience and
proficiency in Supply Chain Management policies and prescripts or in Contract
Management.
DUTIES : Monitor and report on the implementation of the school nutrition program at
schools using the Monitor Respond and Respond (MRR) methodology and tools.
Provide advice to Principals and School Governing Bodies on primary school
nutrition matters. Investigate complaints and compile reports. Follow up on
approvals, payments, etc. and advise accordingly. Deliver documents to Head
Office and Circuit Offices, ie. Applications for feeding scheme, payments, approval
letters. Train Voluntary Food Handlers on the implementation of the programme
using the MRR approach. Provide onsite support to schools in the management of
the Service Level Agreement. Assist in the management of the Service Level
Agreement by schools and service providers. Receive, number and sort defaulting
service providers of the National School Nutrition Programme (NSNP) and liaise
with supervisor through writing comprehensive reports on defaulting service
providers.
ENQUIRIES : Mr T.J.C. Cele – Tel No: 033 – 392 1083

APPLICATIONS : Applications should be sent by post addressed to The Director: Human Resource
Services, KwaZulu-Natal Department of Education, Private Bag X9137,
Pietermaritzburg, 3200. Applications may also be hand delivered to Head Office,
228 Pietermaritz Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3201
FOR ATTENTION : Ms PS. Mthembu
CLOSING DATE : 16 July 2018 at 16H30
NOTE : Applicants must ensure that they fully complete and sign Form Z83, even if they
are attaching a CV. Incomplete and/or unsigned applications will not be
considered. Preference will be given to persons from designated groups including
persons with disabilities. Directive to Applicants: Applications must be submitted
on Form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service Department. Applications must
in all cases be accompanied by a recently updated comprehensive CV, originally
certified copies of all qualifications and RSA ID document, as well as a valid driver’s
license. Failure to attach the requested documents will result in the application not
being considered.

Source: DPSA

 

Vacancies » Senior Admin Officer Polokwane

SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICER: DEMAND MANAGEMENT REF NO:
LDH 06/11 (X1 POST)
SALARY : R299 709 per annum Level 08
CENTRE : Head Office (Polokwane)

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REQUIREMENTS : Qualifications and Competencies: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification in
Economics / Quantitative Management / Financial Management / Business
Management or Equivalent in Financial / Logistics / Purchasing
Management/Commerce at NQF level 6. A minimum of three (3) years relevant
experience in Demand and Acquisition Management. A valid driver’s license
(Attach Copy). Knowledge and Skills: Knowledge on conducting market research
and developing strategies. Computer literacy. Problem solving skills. Presentation
skills. Analytical and creative thinking. Planning and organising skills. Ability to
work independently and under pressure. Good communication and writing skills.
In depth knowledge of LOGIS, mainframe/on-line and BAS or any procurement
integrated system, PFMA, PPPFA, Supply Chain policies and procedures,
Treasury Regulations and BBBEE Acts.
DUTIES : Perform expenditure analysis with respect to goods and services Procured.
Conduct market research as per procurement plan, and Compile market research
report with sound research recommendations. Apply appropriate research
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methodology and recommend appropriate sourcing strategy. Maintain database of
market researched commodities. Monitor supplier performance and regular
engagement with internal and external stakeholders. Prepare monthly and
quarterly reports, facilitate the nomination and rotation of suppliers from central
supplier database, development of specifications, chairing of specification
committee meetings. Assist in coordination of the demand plan from districts,
branches and all departmental institutions.
ENQUIRES : should be directed to Ms Matimatjatji RL / Ms Mpati MM at 015 293 6126 and Ms
Mampane NR at 015 293 6426 during office hours.

APPLICATIONS : Applications for posts at Mopani and Waterberg Districts: should be addressed to
the District Executive Managers of the District Offices, for Tshilidzini Hospital to
the Chief Executive Officer of the Hospital as per the addressess below:
Mopani District: Private Bag X 628, Giyani 0826, Tel No: 015 811 650
Waterberg District: Private Bag X 1026, Modimolle 0510, Tel No: 014 718 1700
Tshilidzini Hospital, Private Bag X 924, Shayandima 0945, Tel No: 015 964 1061
Applications where the centre is indicated as Head Office [Polokwane] should be
addressed to: The Head of Department, Department of Health, Private Bag X
9302, Polokwane, 0700 and for hand delivery at 18 College Street Office No. 60
New Building
CLOSING DATE : 20 July 2018
NOTE : Applications are hereby invited from suitable qualified candidates for advertised
vacant posts. Applications should be submitted on the Z83 form obtainable from
any government institution and must be accompanied by comprehensive CV and
certified copies of required qualifications and Identity Document.

 

Sellers At Strong Area Of Interest On AUD/NZD?

Taking another shot on AUD/NZD, playing my short bias but this time at a better price. Bears to return at a major resistance area?

Sellers At Strong Area Of Interest On AUD/NZD?

AUD/NZD Daily
AUD/NZD Daily

As I mentioned in my trade review of my last AUD/NZD short attempt, I’m still bearish on the pair for fundamental reasons that I talked about in my last trade idea, but also on recent comments from both the Australia and New Zealand’s central banks.

For those who want to read a recap of those recent comments from the RBA and RBNZ, you can read a full recap by my friend, Forex Gump. But to keep it short for this post, it looks like that both are leaning more towards rate hikes than cuts, but it’s also highly unlikely that those monetary policy changes any time soon, probably not until the end of 2019 or beyond.

With monetary policy likely to stay neutral for the foreseeable future, I think back to the recent weak Aussie data to maintain my bearish AUD/NZD bias, and why I’m looking at this technical setup to hop back in.

On the daily chart above, we can see that 1.0900 has been an area of major interest, first as support in 2017, and now strong resistance in the last couple of months. We can also see a bearish candle pattern has emerged a couple of days ago in the form of a quasi-evening star pattern, and when combined with stochastic indicating potentially overbought conditions, this is probably a signal a lot of technical traders may act on.

With the fundies and price action lined up, I’m going to take another shot at AUD/NZD for a position play, or one that may likely take a month or two to develop as we’re in the Summer months and the economic calendar isn’t too heavy in the month of July for both Australia and New Zealand.

I’m setting my orders here just above market for a slightly better price, and my stop will be one weekly ATR to give the trade room to breathe. My target will be the last major support area that drew in buyers through all of 2016 and 2017. Here’s what I’m doing:

Short half position AUD/NZD at 1.0900, max stop at 1.1050, max target at 1.0500

l’ll be risking only 0.5% of my account on this position and with this setup, I have a roughly 2.67:1 potential return-on-risk. Both Australia and New Zealand have important inflation and employment data coming up later in the month, so dependent on those events, I may adjust early to reduce risk or maximize gains if the situation makes sense.

Stay tuned and as always, remember to never risk more than 1% of a trading account on any single trade. Adjust position sizes accordingly. Create your own ideas and don’t simply follow what I do.

Turn Positive Thinking to Positive Results!

Being successful, whether it’s in trading, business, or even in parenting, takes a lot of personal development.

You are continually tested by your surroundings (the forex market, your employees or coworkers, your children), and how you react before, during and after these challenges all play part in your success.

As currency traders, we all have those days or weeks when things just don’t go our way. Our losses are overshadowing our wins, and we can’t seem to consistently win. We start to wonder if we can ever make any “real” money and if our goals of becoming a full-time forex trader will ever be realized.

“Why did I ever get into forex trading? It’s nothing but a stress builder and a gigantic head ache. Who am I kidding? I think my hair is falling out!”

If you’ve been feeling this way and are asking yourself some of the same questions, it’s time to sit down and work on your positive thinking.

Any successful forex trader will tell you that he has made the mental decision to be as positive as possible in thinking, acting and doing, and that having a positive mind is critical in overcoming the setbacks brought on by trading.

Of course, as much as positive thinking and the Law of Attraction can put you in the right direction, it’s not enough to guarantee positive results. So what do you need to do next? Here are a few tips:

1. Begin the day on a positive note.

Start off the morning by looking at yourself in the mirror and saying “I’m good enough, I’m smart enough, and gosh darn it, people LIKE me!” And say it just like Stuart Smiley from Saturday Night Live… with enthusiasm!
No really, promoting yourself to YOU is a great first step in the right direction.

It helps you get in the right mindset, and helps you to start your day thinking positive thoughts. If looking in a mirror scares you, I’m sorry…try just saying it out loud to yourself.

2. Shake off the negative vibes.
Take note of your negative thoughts and understand that only you can change them. Once you start ridding yourself of those thoughts, you are thinking positively, while also creating a positive attitude.

The market has its ups and downs. Your trading will have the same. Loses are inevitable. They happen to everyone.

Think and visualize yourself as a successful trader. Imagine only positive results. Imagine the wealth you’ve created and the lifestyle it affords you. This type of thinking will help reinforce the ideas that first led you to the currency market and motivate you to stick with it.

3. Bring on the positivity!
Another easy method to assist you in becoming a positive thinker is to surround yourself with a positive environment. This can be your work space or the people around you. The world is filled with doubters and people who want to “help” you by destroying your dreams or shooting you out of the sky.

Make it easier on YOU by surrounding yourself with other positive thinkers who reassure and support your forex trading. And liven up your trading space so it’s inviting and makes you want to be there. Maybe it’s time to replace this crusty keyboard?

4. Spread the good vibes
Help yourself by being a positive talker to others and about yourself. Speaking positively fills your head with positive thoughts and ideas. Negative self-talk only helps to hinder your potential as a trader and keeps you from growing.

Do your best to welcome the currency market’s obstacles and view them as your opportunities for profits and success. Dealing with these obstacles will only help you to create a better trading experience.

Small changes in the way you think about yourself, think about others and think about trading will go a long way in your overall success as a trader.

While positive thinking doesn’t necessarily guarantee success, it puts you in the mindset you need to help you win your trades. And in the cutthroat jungle that is forex trading, you’ll need every advantage you can get.

How to Make Money Trading Forex

In the forex market, you buy or sell currencies.

Placing a trade in the foreign exchange market is simple: the mechanics of a trade are very similar to those found in other markets (like the stock market), so if you have any experience in trading, you should be able to pick it up pretty quickly.

How To Make Money Trading ForexThe object of forex trading is to exchange one currency for another in the expectation that the price will change.

More specifically, that the currency you bought will increase in value compared to the one you sold.

Example:

Trader’s Action EUR USD
You purchase 10,000 euros at the EUR/USD exchange rate of 1.1800 +10,000 -11,800*
Two weeks later, you exchange your 10,000 euros back into U.S. dollar at the exchange rate of 1.2500 -10,000 +12,500**
You earn a profit of $700 0 +700

*EUR 10,000 x 1.18 = US $11,800
** EUR 10,000 x 1.25 = US $12,500

An exchange rate is simply the ratio of one currency valued against another currency.

For example, the USD/CHF exchange rate indicates how many U.S. dollars can purchase one Swiss franc, or how many Swiss francs you need to buy one U.S. dollar.

How to Read a Forex Quote

Currencies are always quoted in pairs, such as GBP/USD or USD/JPY. The reason they are quoted in pairs is because, in every foreign exchange transaction, you are simultaneously buying one currency and selling another.

Here is an example of a foreign exchange rate for the British pound versus the U.S. dollar:

GBP/USD forex quote
The first listed currency to the left of the slash (“/”) is known as the base currency (in this example, the British pound), while the second one on the right is called the counter or quote currency (in this example, the U.S. dollar).

When buying, the exchange rate tells you how much you have to pay in units of the quote currency to buy one unit of the base currency. In the example above, you have to pay 1.51258 U.S. dollars to buy 1 British pound.

When selling, the exchange rate tells you how many units of the quote currency you get for selling one unit of the base currency.

In the example above, you will receive 1.51258 U.S. dollars when you sell 1 British pound.

The base currency is the “basis” for the buy or the sell. If you buy EUR/USD this simply means that you are buying the base currency and simultaneously selling the quote currency. In caveman talk, “buy EUR, sell USD.”

  • You would buy the pair if you believe the base currency will appreciate (gain value) relative to the quote currency.
  • You would sell the pair if you think the base currency will depreciate (lose value) relative to the quote currency.

Long/Short

First, you should determine whether you want to buy or sell.

If you want to buy (which actually means buy the base currency and sell the quote currency), you want the base currency to rise in value and then you would sell it back at a higher price.

In trader’s talk, this is called “going long” or taking a “long position.” Just remember: long = buy.

If you want to sell (which actually means sell the base currency and buy the quote currency), you want the base currency to fall in value and then you would buy it back at a lower price.

This is called “going short” or taking a “short position”. Just remember: short = sell.

How to make money trading forex by going long and short at the same time.

“I’m long AND short.”

The Bid, Ask and Spread

All forex quotes are quoted with two prices: the bid and ask. For the most part, the bidis lower than the ask price.

EUR/USD forex quote

The bid is the price at which your broker is willing to buy the base currency in exchange for the quote currency. This means the bid is the best available price at which you (the trader) will sell to the market.

The ask is the price at which your broker will sell the base currency in exchange for the quote currency. This means the ask price is the best available price at which you will buy from the market. Another word for ask is the offer price.

The difference between the bid and the ask price is popularly known as the SPREAD.

On the EUR/USD quote above, the bid price is 1.34568 and the ask price is 1.34588. Look at how this broker makes it so easy for you to trade away your money.

  • If you want to sell EUR, you click “Sell” and you will sell euros at 1.34568.
  • If you want to buy EUR, you click “Buy” and you will buy euros at 1.34588.

Here’s an illustration that puts together everything we’ve covered in this lesson:

CRYPTOCURRENCY EXCHANGE VS FOREX BROKER – WHICH IS BETTER FOR TRADING BITCOIN?

Bitcoin has seen phenomenal growth in popularity and value over the last decade. Despite this, Bitcoin is still considered to be in its early stages according to the vision set out by its creator’s.

As well as being an alternative currency for the purchase of goods and services, Bitcoin has also become an instrument for traders looking to make large returns and grow their accounts. Its rapid price increases and volatility have only bolstered that and is even drawing in individuals who have never traded before. Bitcoin has the potential to become a new major world currency and people are investing their money on the hope that it will.

Of course, whether Bitcoin becomes the ‘future of money’ or not isn’t the be all and end all for well-informed traders. Bitcoin certainly has some impressive technology behind it; however, the top priority for traders is simply to profit from its price movements. Traders can look to profit from Bitcoin if it succeeds or if it fails, either way, strong trends are bound to occur.

Where can you trade Bitcoin?

There are basically 2 main options you have for this as a Bitcoin trader, they are:

1 – Cryptocurrency exchange

2 – Online Forex broker

At a cryptocurrency exchange, you will buy and sell actual Bitcoins whereas through a forex broker you will trade a Bitcoin CFD (contract for difference).

I believe that online forex brokers are the best option for trading Bitcoin and will cover this today. I will outline the differences between the two and my reasons for this judgment.

Advantages of trading Bitcoin with a forex broker

Regulation – Reputable forex brokers are fully regulated so you know they have to operate responsibly and with professionalism. They will keep your funds in segregated bank accounts so they are always protected. Cryptocurrency exchanges, on the other hand, are completely unregulated. If a cryptocurrency exchange goes bust or closes down the protection you have may be very limited

Simplicity – This is a big one for me. Setting up a cryptocurrency account and getting started trading is certainly a complicated process, there’s no doubt about that. First, you will need to find an exchange that accepts residents from the country you are from. You then need to find a way to deposit funds into that account, which can be surprisingly difficult. I’ve even heard in some cases that traders will open a new bank account just so they can make deposits into their cryptocurrency exchange account.

What you will find with most traders that use cryptocurrency exchanges is that they have multiple accounts with different exchanges. They then use each account for different reasons. One could be for deposits, one for buying Bitcoin, one for margin trading, and one for short trades and so on.

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It’s a totally different story trading Bitcoin with an online forex broker. You can set up an account in minutes if you do not have one already. You can then deposit funds into your account using your preferred currency and any Bitcoin trades you make will be automatically settled back into your chosen currency.

 

Hidden fees and charges – This leads on nicely from the topic before. With an online forex broker, it’s free to open an account, free to deposit/withdraw your funds and there are no commissions Bitcoin trades. Your only expense when trading Bitcoin through a forex broker is the spread. This makes it much easier for a trader to manage their money and keep track of their expenses.

When using a cryptocurrency exchange there seem to be fees involved every step of the way. You will often pay fees depositing into your account, fees withdrawing, fees exchanging currencies, fees purchasing Bitcoin, fees transferring Bitcoin and commissions on trades. All these different fees can be costly and make keeping track of your expenses a complicated and time-consuming process.

Professional tools and platforms – Trading Bitcoin through an online forex broker will give you access to professional tools and platforms like the award-winning MetaTrader platforms. MetaTrader 4 and 5 allow traders to apply all different kinds of indicators and analysis tools helping to enhance your performance. They also allow you to trade directly from the Bitcoin charts.

The charting tools available on many cryptocurrency exchanges are lower quality with traders often using the exchanges only to place their trades. They will then use separate platforms for their charting and analysis requirements.

Maximum opportunities – Again trading through a cryptocurrency exchange can be complicated if you have certain requirements. Not all cryptocurrency exchanges will allow shorting and some will not provide leverage or margin.

When trading Bitcoin with a forex broker you have access to leverage and margin allowing you to trade at the size you want. You can also trade both long and short on Bitcoin trades enabling you to capture trends in either direction. If you are already a forex trader, staying with a forex broker allows you to keep all your funds in one place and monitor both your forex and Bitcoin trades at the same time.

Cryptocurrency Exchange VS Forex Broker Overview

What the future holds for Bitcoin nobody knows. What we do know is that it’s more than likely going to be eventful. Whether Bitcoin sees further success or eventual failure, opportunities will arise for traders no matter where they decide to trade it. If you are looking to use Bitcoin for purchasing goods and services then this is a different situation to what we’ve covered today. When it comes specifically to Bitcoin trading, I do feel that overall forex brokers currently provide the best, easiest and safest option.

 

RB Health: Graduate / Internship Programme 2019

Location: Elandsfontein, South Africa

A fantastic opportunity is available for Graduates to join RB’s Sales, Marketing, Supply Services, HR & Procurement (RB Health South Africa) teams.

 

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Join us as a Graduate in RB and look forward to the following:

We are looking for strong and dynamic graduates who will drive for delivering business results from day one. You will havemaximum exposureto the business and deal with new and experience exciting, new and unfamiliar situations. You will have the opportunity to work alongsidesuccessful teams and peopleand with their support., gain new skills. Take charge of your career and ensure it develops the way you want it to. Open and culture with colleagues from all over the world. Fast with fast development, international various career opportunities and the possibility opportunity to learn something new every day. In the duration of your graduate program you will get to know our business and get exposure to various areas (depending on where you are placed), including: Field Sales, Key Account Management, Trade Marketing, Marketing, Supply Chain, HR and Procurement.

Is this you?

  • Minimum relevant Bachelor’s Degree from accredited university with minimum pass rate of 65%. Previous work- or internship experience (preferably 6 months to 1 year in a commercial or relevant work environment in the Fast-Moving Consumer Goods/ Pharmaceutical or Retail industry) is beneficial.
  • We will consider university life and extra-curricular activities that develop general skills as well as leadership activities on campus. We will consider university life and extra-curricular activities that develop general skills as well as involvement with leadership activities on campus.

  • Independent, motivated self- starter and goal orientated.

  • Strong sense of urgency and dynamic problem solver.

  • Strong presentation and communication skills.

  • Strong interpersonal skills with ability to influence and negotiate with very strong entrepreneurial thinking and commercial mind-set

  • Strong analytical thinking as well as problem solving skills.Computer literate including MSOffice

  • Ability to develop and work independently as well as working in teams

  • High learning, change and mental agility as well as leadership abilities

  • Ability to grow and develop and work independently as well as working in team

  • Must be a RSA citizen with a valid driver’s license

We will uptake the graduates from July 2018.

In Return RB offer very competitive salaries with excellent benefits and the chance to progress your career within a truly global organisation.

How To Apply

Apply Online for the RB Health Graduate / Internship Programme

 

 

SAPS Visible Policing: Graduate / Internship Programme 2018 / 2019

Closing Date: 20 July 2018

The South African Police Service hereby invites unemployed youth who conform to the requirements for a twelve-month internship programme Division: Visible Policing. The internship programme is part of the National Human Resource Development Strategy and the National Skills Development Strategy.

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Requirements

  • Must be between ages 18 – 35
  • Be a South African citizen
  • Must be in possession of Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or equivalent qualification
  • Must have no criminal record(s)
  • Applicants must be unemployed, was never employed in field of the post and never participated in an internship programme in the relevant field of the post previously
  • Applicants must be residents of the province where the post is advertised (proof of residential address to be attached)
  • Applicants are restricted to apply for 3 positions only (to complete an application for each ref number)

Intern categories: Graduate Intern: Tertiary Qualification is required

Student Intern: Need practical experience in order to finalise qualification Intern: Senior Certificate (Grade 12) no tertiary qualification is required.

NB: Stipend for each category will be as determined by the Section Head: ETD Skills Development: South African Police Service

POST: INTERN AT COMPONENT: RAPID RAIL AND POLICE EMERGENCY SERVICES: SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT ( 6 POSTS )
 LOCATION: Pretoria Ref: VP / INT / 1 / 2018Pretoria (Roodeplaat) Ref: VP / INT / 2 / 2018

Johannesburg Ref: VP / INT / 3 / 2018

East London Ref: VP / INT / 4 / 2018

Kwa – Zulu Natal Ref: VP / INT / 5 / 2018

Western Cape Ref: VP / INT / 6 / 2018

REQUIREMENTS: 3 year Degree  / Diploma in: Purchasing Management, Supply Chain Management, Public Management, N6 Certificate in Supply Chain Management /  Public Management and Administration /  Logistics or equivalent

CORE FUNCTIONS: Perform Supply Chain Management R elated F unctions (e.g. Demand and Acquisition, Fleet Management, Movable Government Property, Facility Management, etc.)

 POST: INTERN AT COMPONENT: RAPID RAIL AND POLICE EMERGENCY SERVICES: FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION SERVICE ( 5 POSTS) LOCATION: Pretoria Ref: VP / INT / 7 / 2018
Johannesburg Ref: VP / INT / 8 / 2018East London Ref: VP / INT / 9 / 2018

Kwa – Zulu Natal Ref: VP / INT / 10 / 2018

Western Cape Ref: VP / INT / 11 / 2018

REQUIREMENTS: 3 year Degree /  Diploma in Financial Management /  Financial Accounting ( NQF 6 / 7 / 8) or N6 Certificate in Financial Management /  Financial Accounting

CORE FUNCTIONS: Perform all Finance Related functions (e.g. Capturing of allowances, management of Travel Centre, processing of applications for official journeys , etc. )

POST: INTERN AT COMPONENT: RAPID RAIL AND POLICE EMERGENCY SERVICES: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (5 POSTS) LOCATION: Pretoria Ref: VP / INT / 12 / 2018
Johannesburg Ref: VP / INT / 13 / 2018East London Ref: VP / INT / 14 / 2018

Kwa – Zulu Natal Ref: VP / INT / 15 / 2018

Western Cape Ref: VP / INT / 16 / 2018

REQUIREMENTS: 3 year Degree / Diploma in Human Resource Management /  Public Administration /  Labour Relations /  Human Resource Development (NQF 6 / 7 / 8) or N6 Certificate in Human Resource Management /  Public Administration /  Labour Relation.

CORE FUNCTIONS: Perform all Personnel Management, Skills Development and Human Resource Utilisation Functions

POST: INTERN AT COMPONENT: RAPID RAIL AND POLICE EMERGENCY SERVICES: VETERINARY ASSISTANT (1 POST)
LOCATION: Pretoria (Roodeplaat) Ref: VP / INT / 17 / 2018REQUIREMENTS: 3 year Degree / Diploma in Animal Health /  Veterinary Nurse (NQF 6 / 7 / 8)

CORE FUNCTIONS: R ender clinical veterinary assistant in the veterinary hospital. E xecute prim ary healthcare functions to South African Police Service’s animals. M anage physical resources allocated to the po st

POST: INTERN AT MANAGEMENT INF ORMATION AND STRATEGIC PLANNING ( 2 POST S )
LOCATION: Pretoria Ref: VP / INT / 18 / 2018REQUIREMENTS: 3 year Degree / Diploma in Administration, Public Management, Public Administration, Strategic Management, Project Management, Monitoring and Evaluation, Secretarial Diploma or social sciences. (NQF 6 / 7 / 8)

Additional Requirements * Good interpersonal relations. Be assertive, trustworthy, ethical and professional with integrity. * Must be willing to occasionally work after hours and travel to different provinces. * Be able to work independently and as part of a team. * Be able to work under pressure and maintain a high level of confidentiality. Computer literacy with MS Word, PowerPoint and Ms Excel will be added as an advantage.

CORE FUNCTIONS: Assist with the facilitation of Annual Performance Plans and Quarterly Reports. * Assist with the compilation of management information report and documents. * Assist with the development, maintenance and verification of statistical information and database key performance areas. * Assist in monitoring, collating, evaluating and coordinating of management information and research.

POST: INTERN AT SUPPORT SERVICES: HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ( 2 POSTS)
LOCATION: Pretoria Ref: VP / INT / 19 / 2018REQUIREMENTS: 3 year Degree / Diploma in Human Resource Management /  Public Administration /  Labour Relations /  Human Resource Development (NQF 6 / 7 / 8) or N6 Certificate Human Resource Management /  Public Administration /  Labour Relations .

CORE FUNCTIONS: Perform all Personnel Management, Skills Development and Human Resource Utilisation Functions .

POST: INTERN AT SUPPORT SERVICES: FINANCE AND ADMINISTRATION SERVICES (1 POST)
LOCATION: Pretoria Ref: VP / INT / 20 / 2018REQUIREMENTS: 3 year Degree /  Diploma in Financial Management /  Financial Accounting ( NQF 6 / 7 / 8) or N6 Certificate in Financial Management /  Financial Accounting

CORE FUNCTIONS: Perform all Finance Related functions (e.g. Capturing of allowances, management of Travel Centre, processing of applications for official journeys , etc. )

POST: INTERN AT C O MPONENT: PRO – ACTIVE POLICING ( 3 POST S )
LOCATION: Pretoria Ref: VP / INT / 21 / 2018REQUIREMENTS: 3 year Degree / Diploma in Police Administration /  Office Management and Technology ( NQF 6 / 7 / 8

CORE FUNCTIONS: * Provide administrative support to the sub section: Client Service Centre and complaints; making copies, typing, faxing, handling post, handling telephone enquiries, minute taking . * Process documents for sub section: Client Service Centre and complaints; itineraries, claims, keeping a database .

POST: INTERN AT COMPONENT: SOCIAL CRIME PREVENTION (5 POST S )
LOCATION: Pretoria Ref: VP / INT / 22 / 2018REQUIREMENTS: 3 year Degree / Diploma in Police Administration  /  Social Science  /  Office Management and Technology ( NQF 6 / 7 / 8

CORE FUNCTIONS: * Assist with the auditing of Victim Friendly rooms through excel format. Assist in typing of memo, monthly, quarterly and annual report. Assist with auditing of effective and non – effectiv e victim friendly rooms. Ensure the distribution of procured promotional materials to province. *Conduct station compliance visit with the team and compile feedback reports afterwards. Manage youth crime prevention programmes initiated by SAPS on school ba sed crime prevention.*Support in management of the effective implementation of community awareness programmes and facilitate the effective implementation of provincial awareness campaign.

POST: INTERN AT COMPONENT: FIREARMS LIQUOR AND SECOND HAND GOODS CONTROL (2 0 POSTS)
LOCATION: Pretoria Ref: VP / INT / 23 / 2018REQUIREMENTS: Matric (Grade 12) qualification is required. Basic Computer /  Computer Literacy will serve as an advantage.

CORE FUNCTIONS: * A dminister enquiries and statistics at National Firearm s, Liquor and Second hand goods. Receive and Conduct telephone enquiries on a Firea rm Liquor and Second Hand goods. Verify information and application status on the system function Enhance from inter nal and external Clients. To Report compl ains o f long outstanding application. Receive SAPS 271 applications on EFRS, o pening of files, preparing applications, testing for Competencies. *Receiving of incoming post, a dminister the checking and verification of all incoming applications

GENERAL:

  • Only the official application form for the internship programme (available on the SAPS website) will be accepted. All instructions on the application form must be adhered to. Failure to do so may result in the rejection of the application.
  • The reference number of the post must be correctly specified on the application form.
  • A Curriculum Vitae must be submitted together with the application form and
  • proof of residence.
  • Certified copies of an applicant’s ID document, Senior Certificate and all post school educational qualifications obtained must also be submitted and attached to every application. Certified copies should not be older than 3 months. No faxed or e-mailed applications will be considered
  • only certificate of qualifications will be accepted, and not a statement of results.
  • Applicants will be subjected to fingerprint screening and reference checking.
  • Applications must be mailed timeously. Late applications will not be accepted or considered. The closing date for all applications is 2018-07-20 at 12h00.
  • If an applicant is short-listed, it can be expected of him  /  her to undergo a personal interview. Short-listed applicants may be subjected to security clearance.
  • Correspondence will be conducted with successful interns only. If you have not been contacted within 2 months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.
  • The South African Police Service is under no obligation to fill a post after advertisement thereof.
  • A stipend will be paid according to proof of relevant qualification.
  • Recommended candidates will be expected to sign a 12 month internship contract.
  • Internship program in the SAPS may not be regarded as a guarantee for automatic absorption for permanent appointment.

How To Apply

Applications can be posted or hand delivered to:

The Divisional Commissioner: Visible Policing ( Attention: Lieutenant Colonel Thakanyane ), Private Bag x12, Arcadia, 0007 or hand delivered to 540 Pretorius Street ; Pretoria , for attention Lieutenant Colonel Thakanyane .

 Location: Kwazulu Natal

The Divisional Commissioner: Visible Policing ( Attention: Capt Cele ), posted to Private Bag x54348, Durban, 4001 or hand delivered at 65 Masabalala Yengwa Avenue, Suite no. 221 Interside, Durban Station, Durban 4000. Tel: 031 365 6713/ 6715.

Location: Eastern Cape (East London)

The Divisional Commis sioner: Visible Policing (Attention: Lt Col Sihlangu), posted or hand delivered at Eastern Cape Provincial Office, 3 Station Street, 5200. Tel: 043 704 8405.

Location: Western Cape (Pinelands)

The Divisional Commissioner: Visible Policing (Attention: Lt Col Groenewald), posted to Private Bag x894, Pinelands, 7401 or hand delivered at Pinelands Barracks (Secretary’s House), 1 Watlegrove Road, 5200. Tel: 021 506 8333

Enquiries can be directed to: Lt Col Thakanyane Tel (012) 421 8 242 , Capt Mas hiane Tel (012) 421 8069, PPO Manong Tel (012) 421 8232 and S g t Kgosana (012) 421 8 073

SAPS Corporate Support: Graduate / Internship Programme 2018 / 2019

Closing Date: 20 July 2018

The South African Police Service hereby invites unemployed youth who conform to the requirements for a twelve-month internship programme at Component: Corporate Support. The internship programme is part of the National Human Resource Development Strategy and the National Skills Development Strategy.

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Requirements

  • Must be between ages 18 – 35
  • Be a South African citizen
  • Must be in possession of Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or equivalent qualification
  • Must have no criminal record(s)
  • Applicants must be unemployed, was never employed in field of the post and never participated in an internship programme in the relevant field of the post previously
  • Applicants must be residents of the province where the post is advertised (proof of residential address to be attached)
  • Applicants are restricted to apply for 3 positions only (to complete an application for each ref number)

Intern categories: Graduate Intern: Tertiary Qualification is required

Student Intern: Need practical experience in order to finalise qualification Intern: Senior Certificate (Grade 12) no tertiary qualification is required.

NB: Stipend for each category will be as determined by the Section Head: ETD Skills Development: South African Police Service

HEAD OFFICE
Strategic Management InternSection: Head Strategic Management

Location: Head Office: Pretoria

Ref No: SM 01  [x1]

Requirements

  • Be in a possession of B – Tech (English Language Practice) OR B – Education (English Language)

Core Functions:

  • To render English linguistic support to the Head: Strategic Management and four subsections
  • Ensure that all internal documents are compliant with the South African Police Service (SAPS) Language Guidelines and other relevant directives.
  • Ensure that all external documents are compliant with the South African Police Service (SAPS) Language Guidelines and other rel evant directives.
  • Provide English proficiency and business writing skills, via the use of language guidelines circulated to the members of Strategic Management
OFFICE OF DEPUTY NATIONAL COMMISSIONER: MANAGEMENT ADVISORY SERVICES: HEAD OFFICE
Administration Clerk [x1]Section: DNC: Management Advisory Services

Location: Head Office: Pretoria

Ref No: MAS 1 /2018

Skills and Ability

  • Must be in possession of Matric Certificate or equivalent qualification .
  • Computer – MS Office (Word, PowerPoint and Excel, etc)

Core Functions

  • Perform administrative support functions. Assist with a wide range of general office work as required.
  • Coordinate office activities including taking minutes and typing letters, minutes and a genders etc.
  • Maintain good record keeping, filing and bring forward system. Answer and screen all incoming calls to the office.
  •  Arrange and book venues for the meetings in accordance to the number expected to attend.
  • Monitor the flow of d ocuments to and from the office.
  • Make travel and accommodation arrangements including the submission of claims for the general.
  • Operate standard office equipment: fax, photocopy machine, telephone, computers, etc.
  •  Maintain good relations with other offi ces of SAPS.
Communication Officer [x1]Section: DNC: Management Advisory Services

Location: Head Office: Pretoria

Ref No: MAS 2/2018

Skills and Ability

  • Must be in possession of Diploma/ Degree in Arts specializing in media, communications.
  • Computer – MS Office (Word, PowerPoint and Excel, etc)

Core Functions: Attend to all communication matters, MIC and general administration duties.

PRETORIA
LANGUAGE PRACTITIONER INTERNSection Internal Communication

Location Head Office, Pretoria, Gauteng

Ref No: CCL1  [x2]

Requirements

  • Be in possession of a Diploma in Language Practice or Degree in Languages

Core Functions:

  • Translate, edit, interpret and transcribe from English to Afrikaans and or African languages and vice versa.
NATIONAL LEVEL: PRETORIA
 LANGUAGE PRACTITIONER INTERNSection Internal Communication

Location Head Office, Pretoria, Gauteng

Ref No: CCL1  [x2]

Requirements

  • Be in possession of a Diploma in Language Practice or Degree in Languages

Core Functions:

  • Translate, edit, interpret and transcribe from English to Afrikaans and or African languages and vice versa.
EXHIBITION INTERNSection Community and Stakeholder Relations

Location Head Office, Pretoria, Gauteng

Ref No: CCL5 (2 posts)

Requirements

  • No Additional Requirements (must meet generic requirements)

Core Functions:

  • Assist with assembling and dismantling exhibition material at various provinces, shows and events.
  • Keep storeroom tidy
  •  Ensure that exhibition material is well maintained and readily available
HEAD OFFICE
Administration Clerk [x1]Section: Gender and Youth Empowerment

Location: Head Office: Pre toria

Ref No: PPM1 / 2018

Requirements Skills and Ability

  • Must be in possession of National Diploma Public Administration / Management / Project Management
  • Computer – MS Office (Word, PowerPoint and Excel, etc)

Core Functions:

  • Perform administrative support functions.
  • Assist project managers and facilitators with a wide range of general office work as required.
  • Coordinate office activities including taking minutes and typing letters, minutes and agendas etc.
  • Maintain good rec ord keeping, filing and bring forward system.
  • Answer and screen all incoming calls to the Section.
  • Arrange and book venues for the meetings in accordance to the number expected to attend.
  • Monitor the flow of documents to and from the Section.
  • Make travel and accommodation arrangements including the submission of claims for the Section.
  • Operate standard office equipment: fax, photocopy machine, telephone, computers, etc.
  • Maintain good relations with other Sections of the Component

GENERAL:

  • Only the official application form for the internship programme (available on the SAPS website) will be accepted. All instructions on the application form must be adhered to. Failure to do so may result in the rejection of the application.
  • The reference number of the post must be correctly specified on the application form.
  • A Curriculum Vitae must be submitted together with the application form and
  • proof of residence.
  • Certified copies of an applicant’s ID document, Senior Certificate and all post school educational qualifications obtained must also be submitted and attached to every application. Certified copies should not be older than 3 months. No faxed or e-mailed applications will be considered
  • only certificate of qualifications will be accepted, and not a statement of results.
  • Applicants will be subjected to fingerprint screening and reference checking.
  • Applications must be mailed timeously. Late applications will not be accepted or considered. The closing date for all applications is 2018-07-20 at 12h00.
  • If an applicant is short-listed, it can be expected of him / her to undergo a personal interview. Short-listed applicants may be subjected to security clearance.
  • Correspondence will be conducted with successful interns only. If you have not been contacted within 2 months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.
  • The South African Police Service is under no obligation to fill a post after advertisement thereof.
  • A stipend will be paid according to proof of relevant qualification.
  • Recommended candidates will be expected to sign a 12 month internship contract.
  • Internship program in the SAPS may not be regarded as a guarantee for automatic absorption for permanent appointment.

How To Apply

APPLICATIONS POSTED: The Section Head: Corporate Support, South African Police Service, Private Bag x94, Pretoria, 0001. (For attention Lieutenant Colonel MS Mmamadisha)

APPLICATIONS HAND DELIVERED: The Section Head: Corporate Support, Opera Plaza, Annex Building, Pretorius Street, Pretoria. Application must be dropped into the box available at the reception area.

ENQUIRIES: Lieutenant Colonel MS Mmamadisha, Tel no. (012) 393 4091 Warrant Officer S Ndhlovu, Tel no. (012) 393 4500 PO MP Kgaloshi, Tel no. (012) 393 3213