The Western Cape Government: Corporate Services Centre invites unemployed South African graduates residing in the Western Cape to apply for the Graduate Internship Programme for 2020/2021 The Graduate Internship Programme is a Youth Development Programme which will provide successful interns the opportunity to gain practical work experience for a period of 3-24 months.
During the internship, on-the-job training will be provided in one of the following departments: Agriculture; Community Safety; Cultural Affairs and Sport; Department of the Premier Economic Development and Tourism; Environmental Affairs & Development Planning; Human Settlements; Local Government; Social Development; Transport and Public Works.
What are the requirements?
- You are in possession of a completed Certificate (NQF 5), Diploma (NQF 6), Degree (NQF 7) or Post Graduate Qualification (NQF 8 and higher);
- You are a South African citizen and reside in the Western Cape;
- You are between the ages of 20 and 35;
- You desire an opportunity to gain practical work experience.
- Good communication (written and verbal) skills in at least two of the official languages of the Western Cape;
- Proven computer literacy (MS Office);
- Ability to operate office equipment;
- Planning and organising skills.
How to apply?
Only online applications will be considered. CLICK HERE TO APPLY.
Closing date: 28 August 2020
Applicants who passed the final examinations will be considered. The final results will be verified. Also, other personal information and documentation will be verified in terms of legislation.
Applicants are requested to attach the following documents to their profile: • Your Curriculum Vitae (preferably in MS Word) • Your Identity document (ID) • Your Qualification (academic results from the academic institution) Please note that the application process consists of 2 (two) phases, the 1st phase, deals with registration and the 2nd phase with the actual application.
Applicants who do not have access to computers are encouraged to make use of the following internet facilities to complete the online application: Your local library; Your local Thusong Service Centre; E-Community Forums and e-Centres in rural towns; The Western Cape Government Walk-in Contact Centre; An internet café.