National Treasury Internship Programme 2015 (Various study fields)

Are you an exceptional graduate? Did you pass your qualification with a minimum aggregate of 60%? Are you looking for an internship for 2015/2016? The National Treasury is looking for exceptional graduates to join its Graduate Internship Programme over various fields starting in 2015, the internship programme will run for a period of 24 months and all interns are required to be based in Pretoria, Gauteng over the period of the internship.

What are the requirements?

First and foremost, YOU HAVE TO be an above average graduate with an achievement of 60% (average) or more. You have to have a degree or post graduate qualification in one of the fields listed below:

  • A university degree or post graduate degree qualification in:     • Accounting • Business Administration • Business Management • Computer Science •Development Studies • Development Economics • Economics • Econometrics • Events Management • Financial Management • Finance • Public Finance • Bachelor of Business Science Finance • ND/B degree Human Resources • Internal Audit • Project Management • Public Management • BA Information Management • Knowledge Management • Risk Management • Logistics • Supply Chain Management • Public Procurement • LLB • Social Policy • Social Science • Public Administration • Informatics • Information Technology • Property Studies
  • If you are in you final year YOU MAY ALSO APPLY.

How do I apply?

To apply you must submit a completed application form (CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD [If the link doesn’t show a PDF, right click here and click “Save As”) together with your updated CV, FULL transcript of academic record, certified copy of  you ID.

You can send your application by email at gdp@treasury.gov.za OR by posting it to:

The HR Specialist

National Treasury

Private Bag X 115

Pretoria

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Closing Date: 15 August 2014

To get further information on this internship programme download this information sheet (click here)[If clicking here does not show a PDF, right click the link and click “Save As“]

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