Capricorn District Municipality is inviting applications from unemployed graduates with a minimum of a three-year bachelors degree (B Com) or national diploma in Accounting to apply for its financial management internship programme starting in 2014 – ending in 2016. If your would like to see yourself gaining your financial management experience with this Polokwane-based municipality please read on.
What are the requirements?
You have to meet the following requirements for you to be considered for a place on this internship programme:
- Have a National Diploma or Bachelor of Commerce degree in Accounting;
- Be South African;
- Be unemployed;
- Must have NEVER participated in an internship programme;
- Be eager to learn;
- Have a passion for Accounting; and
What will your duties be?
If you are successful in your application for this internship you can expect to gain experience in the following areas: Supply Chain Management, Budget and Treasury, and Expenditure Units.
How to apply?
To apply please write a letter of application indication the position you are applying for (Financial Management Grant (FMG) Internship Programme), your comprehensive CV, and recently CERTIFIED copies of your ID document and qualifications by either post or hand delivery:
Financial Management Grant (FMG) Internship Programme
Capricorn District Municipality
P O Box 4100
By hand delivery:
41 Biccard Street, Polokwane at the registry desk.
CLOSING DATE: Friday 31 October 2013 at 16h30
Should you have any questions about this internship programme please contact: Bokang Mahlobogwane at (015) 294 1002 or Priscilla Shilubane at (015) 294 1087.
Capricorn District Municipality is committed to the achievement and maintenance of diversity and employment equity, especially in terms of race, gender and disability. Applicants from these designated groups are encouraged to apply. Capricorn District Municipality reserves the right to make appointments. If you do not hear from us 3 months after the closing date, kindly accept that your application was unsuccessful.
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