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Boilermaking Learnerships at Afrimat

Closing Date: 23 February 2018

Requirements for applicants: 

  • Candidate must have N2 in boilermaking
  • Must be willing to travel
  • Must have a code 10 driver’s license

Skills & Attributes: 

  • Technically Inclined
  • Sound Communication Skills
  • Good Problem Solving Skills
  • Honest and Reliable
  • Adaptable to change

How To Apply

Please forward the following documents to shadi.mnisi@afrimat.co.za to be considered:

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10 Romantic Things to do With Your Partner on Valentines Day

We browsed around online and here is what we found on huffingtonpost

With all due respect to dinner and a box of chocolates, your Valentine’s Day plans could probably use a little shake-up.

To that end, we’ve gathered 10 unique things to do with your partner come February 14.

1. Look through your old Facebook photos.
Valentine’s Day plans don’t have to be expensive. Keep things low-key romantic by snuggling up on the couch and clicking through your old Facebook photos and wall posts. Facebook conveniently groups all your interactions with a person under the “see friendship” button on their profile. (We apologise in advance for all the cringing you’ll do when you read messages sent during the crush phase of the relationship.)

2. Do a fitness class together.
You + your boo + the gym = a match made in heaven. Studies have shown that couples report feeling more satisfied with their relationships and more in love with their partners after partaking in an exciting physical challenge. Plus, the physiological response you get from breaking a sweat ― a flushed face, a rapid pulse ― may put you in the frame of mind for a different kind of physical activity. Wink wink, nudge nudge.

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3. Make a joint vision board.
Bring your New Year’s resolutions to life by creating a joint vision board with photos and phrases that speak to the goals you hope to achieve this year as a duo. (A photo of Cabo here, a “life is short, order the pasta” headline there ― you get the picture.)

4. Cook dinner for each other.
Channel your inner John Legend and Chrissy Teigen and cook for each other. Few things bring you closer as a couple or feel more nurturing than making food for a loved one.

“Giving to others fills us in so many ways,” Michal AviShai, a culinary arts therapist, told HuffPost. “And even more so when it’s cooking, because feeding fulfils a survival need, and so our feeling of fulfilment comes not only from the good of the act of giving, but also the fact that we have ‘helped’ in some very primal way. We have given fuel.”

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5. Volunteer.
Make the most of your couple time by volunteering at a local nonprofit. Chances are your nearest school feeding scheme or homeless shelter could use the help; most nonprofits, particularly those involved in food service, see an influx of volunteers over the festive season until the new year, then a drop-off after New Year’s Day. Use an app like GiveGab to find volunteering opportunities you’re both interested in.

6. Try something new together.
Remember when you first got together, and even mundane things like a trip to the shops felt exciting? Recapture those feelings by doing something brand-new together: Buy that Groupon for a hot air balloon trip (sure, it’s kind of corny, but think of all the Instagram opportunities). Check out that new Thai restaurant down the street. Doing something new together increases oxytocin ― the so-called “love hormone” ― so you’ll grow closer than you would if you stayed home and watched Netflix.

7. Challenge yourselves to only make out.
When was the last time you had a good high school-esque makeout sesh? Getting handsy without the expectation of sex could add some much needed passion to your relationship, Los Angeles-based sex therapist Moushumi Ghose told HuffPost.

“If orgasm happens, great — that’s the icing on the cake,” she said. “But sex can also be as simple as a heavy make-out session in the nude, some time together in the bath, or even a massage.”

8. Make it a double date.
One-on-one time is nice, but there’s no rule against making Valentine’s Day a group activity. In fact, it could be good for everyone involved. A 2014 study presented at the Society for Personality and Social Psychology conference showed that couples who received validation from another couple while on a double date or in any other social situation felt greater passion toward each other after the group outing.

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9. Reread your vows.
Embrace the schmaltz of Valentine’s Day and revisit the vows you made to each other at your wedding. If you’re not married, think back on the promises you’ve made to each other through the years, or consider drafting some makeshift vows to revisit each year. If you’ve gotten slightly off-track in your relationship, reflecting on your promises could help you course-correct. And adding new vows or goals to your list will help keep things exciting.

10. Go on your first date again.
Make the day extra sweet by recreating your first date, right down to that awkward half hug you shared at the end of the night. The more details you get right in recapturing it, the better. Get on with your cheesy selves, guys ― it’s Valentine’s Day, the cheesiest day of them all.

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Learnerships , bursaries and jobs closing in February 2018

GOVERNMENT JOBS TIPS

IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR A GOVERNMENT JOB (common information) NOTE : Applications must be submitted on with a Z83 form obtainable from any Public Service Department or on the internet . The completed and signed form Z83 should be accompanied by a recently updated, comprehensive CV as well as recently certified copies of all qualification(s) and ID-document [Driver’s license where applicable]. Non-RSA Citizens/Permanent Resident Permit Holders must attach a copy of their Permanent Residence Permits to their applications. Should you be in possession of a foreign qualification, it must be accompanied by an evaluation certificate from the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). Applicants who do not comply with the above-mentioned requirements, as well as applications received late, will not be considered . –

Administrative Learnerships: Must Have Grade 12

Sasol is offering a Fixed Term Contract (Learnership) for 12 months. This programme is comprised of a theoretical element, aligned to a NQF Learnership, and practical work experience

Sasol Administrative Learnership

The 12 month programme will offer a theoretical element aligned to a NQF Learnership programme and practical on-site work experience to improve the skills and workplace performance of entry-level learners. It provides foundational skills in literacy, numeracy, communication, computer and basic business principles.

It is suitable for Grade 12 qualified persons to develop essential professional skills. During the practical component Learners will provide administrative support to improve the effectiveness of managers and the departments in general as work readiness preparation.

The theoretical component will cover: Entrepreneurship, Business Operations, Customer Service, Business Accounting, Maths Literacy, Communication skills and Computer Skills.

Core Elements:

  • Participate in Learnership programme and successfully complete assessment process;
  • Participate in all required work-place readiness activities and exercises

Requirements:

How To Apply:

NOTE: In line with Sasol’s commit In line with Sasol’s commitment to Employment Equity, preference will be given to suitable candidates from designated groups. Sasol’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, we actively encourage and welcome persons with disabilities to apply. Should you not receive any response from Sasol within 30 days after the closing date of this advertisement, please consider your application unsuccessful.

 Closing date 26th February 2018

Apply online HERE before the closing date

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Unemployed Youth Workshop at Department of Labour

The Department of Labour will host a two-day SADC workshop on youth unemployment in the region.

South Africa, as chair of the Southern African Development Community (SADC), will host the gathering under the theme ‘Addressing Youth Employment in the SADC Region’ from 13 – 14 February in Ekurhuleni, Gauteng. 

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Youth unemployment is defined by the United Nations as unemployed young people between the ages of 15-25 years of age, who do not have a job but are actively seeking work. However, youth unemployment within the SADC region includes unemployed persons between the ages of 15-35 years old.

An estimated 71 million youth in the SADC region are said to be unemployed. SADC Labour Ministers have been mandated to come up with solutions to the growing problem.

The objective of this workshop is to establish a forum for employment services practitioners within the SADC Member States to share experiences and challenges, as well as come up with best practices on how to approach youth unemployment.

The workshop will start at 9am at Birchwood Conference Centre.

Source: SAnews.gov.za

 

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Capitec Bank: Bank Teller. 109x posts

Capitec Bank: Bank Teller.

Capitec Bank is on the lookout for a dynamic, self-motivate team member sharing our passion for excellent client service. As a Service Consultant (Teller) you are required to deliver a quality front-line banking service to our clients within the branch by:

  • consulting with clients,
  • gathering and capturing of information,
  • deposit- taking transactions,
  • new client take on procedures and
  • assisting clients with general banking related queries.

Qualifications

  • National Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or National Certificate (Vocational) essential
  •  Preferably a relevant tertiary qualification in Commence / Management

How To Apply

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Do you have Abet level 4 ? if yes this is for you.

PRINCIPAL PROVISIONING CLERK (REF: 3/2/1/2018/028) Office of the Registrar of Deeds SALARY : R226 611 per annum (Level 7) CENTRE : Mthatha

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 Certificate, N3 Certificate or Abet level 4. 3 years experience required. Basic knowledge of supply chain duties, practices as well as the ability to capture data, operate computer and collecting statistics. Basic knowledge and understanding of the legislative framework governing the Public Service. Basic knowledge of work producers in terms of the working environment. Planning and organisation skills. Computer literacy (SCM Systems). Interpersonal relations. Flexibility. Communication skills (Verbal and written). Team work. Working under pressure. Meeting deadlines.

DUTIES : Supervise and render assets management clerical services. Oversee the compilation and maintenance of records. Verify the issuing of equipment and accessories to components and individuals in need. Identify redundant, non-serviceable and obsolete equipment for disposal. Oversee the verification of the asset register. Supervise and render demand and acquisition clerical services. Update and maintain supplier (including contractors) database. Ensure that suppliers are captured and registered on the system. Request and receive quotations. Capture specification on the electronic purchasing system. Ensure that all orders are placed on time. Issue and receive bid documents. Provide secretariat or logistical support during the bid consideration and contracts conclusions. Supervise and undertake logistical support services. Check, place and verify orders for goods. Receive and verify goods from suppliers. Capture and ensure that goods are captured in registers and databases. Receive request for goods from end users. Issue goods to end users. Check and maintain goods registers. Update and ensure the maintenance of the register of suppliers. Supervise human/staff. Allocate and ensure quality of work. Personnel development. Assess staff performance. Apply discipline.

APPLICATIONS : The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform has launched the Erecruitment web site were applicants apply for a post on line. Applications must be submitted by following the link to apply for the post above http://drdlr.erecruit.co.za/candidateapp/Jobs/Browse.aspx

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Do you have Grade 12 Certificate, N3 Certificate or Abet level 4 ? this is for you

PRINCIPAL PROVISIONING CLERK (REF: 3/2/1/2018/028) Office of the Registrar of Deeds SALARY : R226 611 per annum (Level 7) CENTRE : Mthatha

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 Certificate, N3 Certificate or Abet level 4. 3 years experience required. Basic knowledge of supply chain duties, practices as well as the ability to capture data, operate computer and collecting statistics. Basic knowledge and understanding of the legislative framework governing the Public Service. Basic knowledge of work producers in terms of the working environment. Planning and organisation skills. Computer literacy (SCM Systems). Interpersonal relations. Flexibility. Communication skills (Verbal and written). Team work. Working under pressure. Meeting deadlines.

DUTIES : Supervise and render assets management clerical services. Oversee the compilation and maintenance of records. Verify the issuing of equipment and accessories to components and individuals in need. Identify redundant, non-serviceable and obsolete equipment for disposal. Oversee the verification of the asset register. Supervise and render demand and acquisition clerical services. Update and maintain supplier (including contractors) database. Ensure that suppliers are captured and registered on the system. Request and receive quotations. Capture specification on the electronic purchasing system. Ensure that all orders are placed on time. Issue and receive bid documents. Provide secretariat or logistical support during the bid consideration and contracts conclusions. Supervise and undertake logistical support services. Check, place and verify orders for goods. Receive and verify goods from suppliers. Capture and ensure that goods are captured in registers and databases. Receive request for goods from end users. Issue goods to end users. Check and maintain goods registers. Update and ensure the maintenance of the register of suppliers. Supervise human/staff. Allocate and ensure quality of work. Personnel development. Assess staff performance. Apply discipline.

APPLICATIONS : The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform has launched the Erecruitment web site were applicants apply for a post on line. Applications must be submitted by following the link to apply for the post above http://drdlr.erecruit.co.za/candidateapp/Jobs/Browse.aspx

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Grade 12 people needed for SECRETARY Job

SECRETARY (REF: 3/2/1/2018/036) Directorate: Demand and Acquisition Management Services

SALARY : R183 558 per annum (Level 6) CENTRE : Pretoria 44

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 Certificate or an equivalent or any other training course / qualification that will enable the person to perform the work satisfactory. Relevant experience in a secretarial environment. Advanced computer literacy (MS Word, MS Excel, Power Point, Outlook etc.). Good telephone etiquette. Sound organisational skills. Good people skills. Ability to work under pressure as well as the willingness to work irregular hours. Language skills and ability to communicate well with people at different levels and from different backgrounds. High level of reliability. Basic written communication skills. Ability to act with tact and discretion.

DUTIES : Provide a secretariat / receptionist support service to the Director. Receive and refer the calls to the respective role players. Diary management. Typing of documents for the Director and managers within the unit. Operate office equipment e.g. fax machines and photocopiers. Provide clerical support to the Director. Liaise with travel agencies and manage travel arrangement for the Director. Arrange meetings and events for the Director and staff in the unit. Process the travel and subsistence claims for the Directorate. Processing of all invoices for the Directorate. Minutes taking. Draft routine correspondence and reports. Filing and administration of leave registers and telephone accounts. Distribute all incoming and outgoing documents. Procurement of standard items like stationary, refreshments etc. Remain up to date with regard to prescripts / policies and procedures applicable to her/his work environment to ensure efficient and effective support to the Director. Keep abreast with the procedures and processes that apply in the office of the Director.

APPLICATIONS : The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform has launched the Erecruitment web site were applicants apply for a post on line. Applications must be submitted by following the link to apply for the post above http://drdlr.erecruit.co.za/candidateapp/Jobs/Browse.aspx

NOTE : Coloured, Indian and White males and females and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

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GROUNDSMAN

Chief Directorate: Metro District Health Services

SALARY : R83 766 per annum

CENTRE : Metro TB Hospital Centre REQUIREMENTS : Minimum requirement: Basic literacy and numeracy skills. Experience: Appropriate experience in gardening and grounds maintenance. Inherent requirements of the job: Valid (Code EB/B) driver’s licence. Perform heavy manual labour including lifting, using various gardening and grounds maintenance tools and power equipment safely and efficiently. Competencies (knowledge/skills): Ability to communicate in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape. Ability to function independently as well as in a team set up. Note: No payment of any kind is required when applying for this post.

DUTIES : (key result areas/outputs): Maintenance of grounds. Apply and maintain quality and risk. Maintain apparatus and equipment.

ENQUIRIES : Mr C Van Houten, tel. no. (021) 508-8333

APPLICATIONS : The Manager: Medical Services, Metro TB Hospital Centre: Brooklyn Chest Hospital, Private Bag X2, Ysterplaat, 7425.

FOR ATTENTION : Ms A Gertse CLOSING DATE : 02 March 2018

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