ITAC 2016/2017 Internships (Various)

The International Trade Administration Commission of South Africa (ITAC) is inviting applications from unemployed young South African graduates in various fields (see table below) for its 2016/2017 Internships which are currently available in its Sunnyside, Pretoria offices. Candidates will be paid a monthly stipend of R6 000 for the twelve months duration of the internship programme.

What are the requirements?

In order to be considered for this internship programme, candidates have to meet the following requirements:

  • Be a South African citizen;
  • Be a young person (be between the ages of 18 and 35 years);
  • Must have NO previous work experience, including internship work experience; and
  • Must have any of the qualifications listed in the following table:
Field of exposure Qualification requirements Reference No.:
Legal Services A minimum of an LLB degree (preferably with electives in International Trade Law or Competition Law) 10/2016
Tariff Investigations I Bachelor’s degree in Economics, OR International Relations, OR Business Economics, OR Trade Policy 11/2016
Tariff Investigation II Bachelor’s degree in Accounting OR Auditing, OR Business Economics, OR Economics 12/2016
Human Resources I Bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification in Human Resource Management and Development 13/2016

How to apply?

In order to apply, applicants should send their letter of application as well as a detailed CV and certified copies of qualifications, quoting the relevant reference number from the above table, to:

ITAC Human Resources,
Private Bag X753,

Closing date: 03 June 2016 at 12H00 pm

Applications received after the closing date will not be considered. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates.

ITAC is an equal opportunity employer. Preference would be given to candidates from the designated groups in line with the Employment Equity. ITAC reserves the right not to fill the advertised position should there be no suitable candidate identified. Candidates with foreign qualifications are responsible for the evaluation of their qualifications by SAQA.

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