2016 Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) Internships (Various fields)

The Government Communication and Information System (GCIS) is inviting applications for its 2016 Internship Programme from South African unemployed graduates and students who require in-service training in various fields. The internships are available mostly at the GCIS’s head office in Hatfield, Tshwane; however, there are additional opportunities for Communication / Journalism graduates at GCIS’s provincial and parliamentary offices which can be found here (click)

Field(s) of study Division / Cluster / Unit of placement Reference number Enquiries contact
Public Relations/ Media Studies/ Communication/ Political Science Media Engagement ME 2915/15 Ms T Modubu: 012 473 0320
Cluster Supervision CSS 2915/15 Mr M Mpuzana: 012 473 0178
Cluster Supervision CSG&A 2915/15 Mr L Leso: 012 473 0147
  Rapid Response RR 2915/15 Mr M Jikazana: 012 473 0197
  Research Rea 2915/15 Dr N Nala: 012 473 0218
  Internal Communication IC 2915/15 Mr T Kgomo: 012 473 0233
 
Translation/Language Practice (specifically in SiSwati) Content Development: CD 2915/15 Mr E Tibane: 012 473 0069
 
Marketing / Advertising / Media Buying Marketing / Advertising and Media Buying MAD 2912/13 Mr S Mlisa: 012 473 0287
 
Finance/Supply Chain Management/Logistics Management/ Purchasing Management Finance Fin 2915/15 Mr F Nieman: 012 473 0088
  Supply Chain Management SCM 2915/15 Mr G Storey: 012 473 0093
 
Information Management System Development ITSD 2912/13 Ms C Chen: 012 473 0043
  Information Technology (Hardware Focus) IT 2912/13 Ms V Ramosangoana: 012 473 0129
 
Graphic Design  Vuk’uzenzele VK 2915/15 Ms D Simpson: 012 473 0065
  Media Production VP 2915/15 Mr A Mohamed: 012 473 0015
 
Internal Audit/Financial Accounting Internal Audit IA 2915/15 Mr Dalson Modiba: 012 473 0054

Who is eligible to apply?
Graduate interns: Unemployed South African graduates with a tertiary qualification in any of the above-mentioned fields of study who have not been previously employed or participated in an internship programme.

Student interns: Unemployed South African students who are currently studying towards a higher-education qualification and need to be exposed to the work environment in order for them to obtain the qualification they are studying for. Only students who have not been previously employed or participated in an internship programme should apply.

How to apply?
Applications must be submitted on Z83 form, obtainable from any public departments or CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD, stating the field for which the intern is applying (from the above list). A CV, certified copies of certificates, academic transcripts, and Identity document must be attached. The certification stamp must not be older than three months and failure to submit the required documents will result in the application been disqualified.

Send your applications by post or hand delivery as follows:

Post Hand delivery
Ms Rina van der Berg:Tshedimosetso House1035 Frances Baard Street (corner Festival Street),Hatfield,

Pretoria

Ms Rina van der BergPrivate Bag X745Pretoria0001

General Enquiries:
Kabelo Dimpe: 012 473 0121 or Piet Lebelo: 012 473 0242

Note: Short–listed candidates will be required to attend interviews to determine their suitability. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If you have not been contacted within 3 months of the closing date please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

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