The National Lotteries Board (NLB) internship 2012

The National Lotteries Board has ten (10) internship opportunities available for a 12 months period. This is a paid internship; therefore interns will receive a monthly stipend for the duration of the programme. The successful interns will be placed in one of the NLB’s four divisions (Communications, Central Applications Office: Charities Sector, Legal, and Compliance).

QualificationPossible Placement AreaNo. of interns required
National Diploma, B Degree, BTech, Honours, Post Grad. Diploma, Masters  (NQF 6 – 10):

  • Public Relations
  • Journalism
  • Communication
  • Media Studies

 

Communications:

  • Monitoring of publications/press release/media
  • Stakeholder relations

 

Three (3) Communication Officer interns
National Diploma, B Degree, BTech, Honours, Post Grad. Diploma, Masters  (NQF 6 – 10):

  • Project Management
  • Project Management

 

Central Applications Office: Charities Sector2 Grant Officer Interns
Law DegreeLegal Division:

  • Legal Services
  • Legal Compliance
  • Contracts/ Debt Collection
  • Criminal Law
Two (2) Legal Officer Interns
National Diploma, B Degree, BTech, Honours, Post Grad. Diploma, Masters  (NQF 6 – 10):

  • Law
  • Compliance Management
  • Accounting and Auditing
  • Forensic investigation

 

Compliance Division:

  • Regulations
  • Grant Audits
  • Due Diligence review
  • Forensic Investigations
  • Compliance Monitoring
Two (2) Field Officer Interns and One (1) Compliance Officer Intern

 

What are the requirements for this internship?

Additional to the above-mentioned qualifications, the applicants must be:

  • Between 18 and 35 years old
  • South African citizen
  • Unemployed graduate who never participated in an internship programme.

How to apply for the National Lotteries Board Internship?

To apply for this internship submit the following: 1 page letter of motivation indicating your preferred placement area, curriculum vitae (3-5 pages), certified copies of ID document, Senior Certificate (Matric), and other qualifications including transcript of academic record, by POST: The Human Resources Manager, P.O. Box 1556, Brooklyn Square, 0075 or HAND DELIVER to: 333 Grosvenor Street, Hatfield Gardens, Block B, Hatfield. BEFORE or on the CLOSING DATE: 30th March 2012.

If you did not hear from NLB within 30 days of closing date please consider your application unsuccessful.

For enquiries call Mr Shalom Pila at 012 432 1300.

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