Limpopo Province’s state-owned provincial public transport company, Great North Transport (GNT), is inviting applications for its 2014 internships. Graduates in various fields including IT, Admin, Office Management, Transport Management, Accounting, Internal Auditing, Law and Human Resources are invited to apply. Interns will be based across GNT’s operations in Limpopo and will receive a monthly stipend for the duration of the internship.
What are the requirements?
In addition to the qualification requirements listed in the table below, applicants must make sure they meet the following minimum requirements before applying:
- Be an unemployed FEMALE;
- Be a graduate with a National Diploma OR a Degree in any of the fields listed in the table below;
- Be between the ages of 21 and 35 years old;
- Be a South African citizen;
- Have good communication skills.
|Qualification||No. of Interns Required||Reference|
|BA Admin, Office Management||1||CEO Office|
|Internal Auditing /Accounting||4||Internal Auditing/Accounting|
|Human Resource Management/ Labour Relation||1||GNT – Human Resources|
|Legal/Corporate Law, LLB||1||Company Sec Officer|
|Transport Management/ Transport Economics/ Auto Electrician/ Mechanical Engineering||1||GNT – Operation and Technical|
|Accounting/ Financial Management/ Procurement||1||GNT - Finance|
|Information Technology||1||GNT - IT|
How to apply?
To apply for this internship opportunity send your application letter stating your qualification and the reference (see table above) for the internship you are applying for together with your CV and certified copies of your ID and qualifications by email to the Training Manager at GNT, L Ngwangwe at email@example.com
If you have any questions, call L Ngwangwe on this telephone number 015-291 2641 during normal office hours.
Closing date: 02 June 2014
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to an interview. If you do not hear from GNT within two (2) months after the closing date, accept that your application was unsuccessful.
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