SARS Seasonal Workers 2018

The South African Revenue Service seeks seasonal workers to handle tax related customer queries within a Branch or Contact Centre in compliance with SARS policies and procedures.

Requirements
Education:

  • Grade 12 or any NQF 4 certificate
  • 3 years customer service experience in a face-to-face / contact centre / call centre environment
  • Customer Service Certificate will be advantageous
  • Knowledge of SARS products will be advantageous

Knowledge And Skills:

  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Customer Relationship Management
  • Administrative Support
  • SARS system products
  • Tax knowledge
  • Basic IT Support
  • Building sustainability
  • Attention to detail
  • Planning and Organising
  • Standard system products
  • Organisational Awareness
  • Fairness
  • Integrity
  • Accountability
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

Duties

  • Communication of transactional outputs and queries in area of work according to policies and quality requirements.
  • Deliver on contracted performance objectives and escalate unresolved delivery and quality issues to management and process owners.
  • Draw on own knowledge and experience to identify and develop solutions that leads to improved service delivery and quality.
  • Effectively plan and schedule own activities to continuously improve quality and service delivery in area of work.
  • Report on transactional and process activities within set guidelines to provide timely information for decision making.
  • Develop and maintain productive working relationships with peers and SARS role players to achieve predefined objectives.
  • Ensure that all walk-in tax related queries/or telephonic inbound/outbound queries are promptly, effectively & efficiently resolved.
  • Drive own performance in order to achieve work outputs in line with required response time, quality and service delivery standards.
  • Search for, integrate and share new knowledge attained through formal and informal learning opportunities in the execution of your job.
  • Comply to set governance and compliance procedures and processes related to an area of work and continuously identify and escalate risks.
  • Adhere to specified polices, standards and procedures to prevent wastage on resources and report violations.
  • Contribute to a culture of service excellence, which builds positive relationships and provides opportunity for feedback and exceptional service.
  • Ensure client satisfaction by delivering a service that is consistent, seamless and error free.

How To Apply
Click here to apply online

Closing: 17 May 2018

Employment Equity:
The Employment Equity policy of SARS will be considered as part of the recruitment and selection process. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have all foreign qualifications evaluated and verified by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA) and proof thereof must be attached. Successful candidates will be subjected to personnel suitability checks including pre-employment screening, vetting and integrity assurance testing and will be further required to declare their private interests on an annual basis. Appointment is subject to a positive outcome of the relevant checks.

Putting our people first is an integral part of SARS business strategy. In support of this and our ongoing evolution towards becoming the best employee-centric employer in South Africa, our Human Resources strategy aims to create a high performing environment for our people by role modelling and embedding the right behaviours and values.

BSC AGENT

Job Title
BSC AGENT: CENTRALISED COLLECTIONS

Division
Business Support

Business Unit
Business Support

Purpose of the Role
To call defaulting Capitec Bank clients and negotiate repayment of loans, maximizing client retention and minimizing bad debt, dealing with credit management, maintaining professional telephonic interaction with clients. Operating within the business support department.

Qualifications
• National Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or National Certificate (Vocational)

Experience
• 2 years and above collections experience in a Collections Call center
• 2 years and above experience on Predictive Dialer, Tallyman Collections system and Avaya soft phone

Knowledge and skills
• Call center processes and procedures, customer care and service protocol
• Communication skills (verbal & written) in English and Afrikaans
• Computer Literacy (MS Word, MS Excel, MS Outlook) at a basic level
• Emotional resilience
• Ability to speak an African Language an advantage
• Good Listening and comprehension skills
• Telephonic skills
• Conflict management
• Attention to detail and high level of accuracy
• Negotiation skills

Additional Requirements
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team
• Ability to work in an open plan environment
• Willing and able to work extra hours, outside normal business hours as and when required
• Willing and able to work shifts within a 45hr work week (Monday – Saturday)
• Clear criminal and credit record

Product Support Graduate at Praekelt 2018

As a respected Product Support Graduate you will be expected to, use your high energy and social skills to partner with our client’s customers to help them achieve maximum benefit from their products.

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When a user emails or sends you a chat with a problem or support query, it is important that you develop a strong rapport and make the user feel that someone is listening and understanding them. You should be able to remember answers to frequently asked questions and troubleshoot with ease.

Key Focus Areas:

  • Managing incoming email and chat user support enquiries
  • Identifying and assessing user needs to achieve satisfaction

Responsibilities:

  • Be an expert when it comes to the product and potentially for other products in the future
  • Act as a liaison to resolve any emerging problems that our users might face with accuracy and efficiency
  • Handle queries and complaints, provide appropriate solutions and alternatives within the time limits, following up to ensure resolution and keep records of customer interactions
  • Tech-Savvy within software
  • Follow communication procedures, policies and guidelines
  • Respond from pre-prepared script that applies to the situation at hand
  • Go the extra mile to engage with customers
  • Able to commute to 44 Stanley Avenue (Praekelt offices) as primary place of work
  • Working hours: 9am – 5pm working days whilst achieving the following turnaround times:
  • Live chat response time : 5 minutes
  • Email Support via email response time : 30 minutes
  • Management of content to be uploaded to the brand management portal during down time

Desired skills and experience:

  • High school qualification (Essential)
  • Diploma / Degree or the equivalent (advantageous)
  • Proven customer support experience or experience as a client service representative, in sales or marketing
  • Customer orientation and ability to adapt/respond to different types of characters
  • Excellent written communication abilities and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to multi-task, prioritise, and manage time effectively
  • Be able to learn quickly so they can acquire the product knowledge to answer users questions accurately

What will make you stand out from the rest:

  • Excited to help users
  • Patient, empathetic and passionately communicative
  • Problem-solving should come naturally
  • Confident at troubleshooting and investigate if you don’t have enough information to resolve users queries, support issues or complaints

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Praekelt is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, national origin or physical ability.

Communications Intern at JUMO 2018

Billions of people in emerging markets are coming online for the first time, most of them via mobile phones. Many have limited or no access to financial services.

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JUMO combines technology with data to create progressive financial choices for anyone, anywhere. On the JUMO platform, a customer can configure a savings, or lending product by amount, term and payment method. We believe any individual should be able to leverage their data footprint and access financial services tailored to their needs.

A blueprint for our mission does not exist and our growth trajectory is steep thus we look for exceptional people who will enhance our culture and who have the potential to have an impact now and in the future.

We are motivated by an ambitious purpose and inspired by the exceptional people that we work with and we are looking for a Communications Intern to join our Customer & Brand team. This position will be based in Cape Town and will report to the Communications Manager.

Job Purpose

Support the JUMO Customer and Brand team in reaching our strategic objectives as we share our work and story with the world, as well as contributing to increasing our brand visibility and reach with our key audiences

Key Responsibilities

  • Support in media engagement and management including traditional, social and digital channels
  • Support in content development for JUMO and JUMO product brands
  • Update and maintain the tools and processes in the JUMO brand communications environment
  • Support in communications and brand analytic

Capabilities

  • Strategic and Tactical operational skills
  • Ability to handle both big-picture thinking and day to day operations
  • Administration of internal and external digital communications assets (Website, Blog, LinkedIn, Twitter etc.)
  • Administration and co-ordination of work related to JUMO visibility (sponsorships, events, speaking engagements etc.) and media initiatives
  • Excellent written and Verbal communications skills
  • Assist in the development of high-quality, accessible and compelling content to share the JUMO story across multiple channels – including web, social media platforms, press releases, blogs, Q&As, speeches, editorials, infographics etc.
  • Interpersonal and Relationship Management Skills
  • Develop and maintain strong, productive relationships with internal stakeholders
  • Coordinate work with public relations agencies and outsourced suppliers as required
  • Commercial understanding and Ability to interpret data and insights
  • Drive the identification, development, pitching and placement of JUMO related stories in top tier business, technology and financial media worldwide
  • Collaborate with relevant functions to produce copy for product brand websites, collateral and press releases
  • Identification and Creation of workable solutions
  • Work with subject matter experts in JUMO to develop and provide communications tools and processes to help advance JUMO strategic objectives in all markets
  • Ability to work to tight deadlines, multi-task, prioritise and handle a diverse workload

Key Requirements

  • Bachelors degree in Journalism, Media, Communications or related field is essential
  • Conversant in media measurement and analytics
  • Proven ability to think ahead, engage proactively and take initiative
  • Firm grasp of business related computer skills including knowledge with PowerPoint, Excel and Word
  • Experience working in social media, public relations and/or copywriting is desirable
  • Prior experience in effective communication with press is desirable

Communication Internship at MSF 2018

Doctors without Borders (MSF) is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation committed to two objectives: providing medical assistance to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, healthcare exclusion, natural and man-made disasters; and speaking out about the plight of the populations assisted.

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MSF has provided antiretroviral treatment for people living with HIV and AIDS since 2000, starting in Thailand, South Africa and Cameroon. Today MSF supports treatment for over 230,000 people living with HIV in 19 countries, with a focus on free quality care, including innovative approaches to testing and linkage to treatment, improved adherence support, differentiated models of care and the prevention and treatment of advanced HIV.

Within the HIV environment, MSF advocates for continued equitable funding of and support to the HIV response .
Overall, MSF has projects in more than 70 countries, including South Africa, where MSF continues to pilot new strategies to scale up testing and access to treatment for HIV and TB while addressing the medical consequences of sexual violence.
Background
Production & dissemination of communications materials
The MSF Field Communications Manager for South Africa and MSF Communications Advisor for Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa and Zimbabwe and HIV oversee the development, production and dissemination of a range of communications materials in support of MSF’s medical projects in the region and global HIV advocacy objectives. Outputs include videos, infographics, photo packages, articles and press releases, which are shared with the MSF network (for dissemination via their platforms), media contacts and internally within MSF.
The @MSF_HIV Twitter account
The @MSF_HIV twitter account, currently at nearly 3000 followers, was started in April 2016 and positions itself as “the main hub for MSF’s work in 19 Middle & Lower Income countries, plus HIV-related operational research, views and more.”
The account aims to be a tool for the MSF movement to build general visibility on MSF’s HIV and related interventions, while supporting MSF’s leverage communications around HIV, with positioning around key events and issues. The account, which is managed by the MSF Communications Advisor, has access to a wide network of MSF projects and operational staff, from which a wide range of material can be sourced and developed.
Role Purpose
The Communications Assistant Intern would provide a range of support to the Field Communications Manager and Communications Advisor, including
Support to the Field Communications Manager
The Communications Assistant Intern would provide practical support to the Field Communications Manager on local production and collecting of communications materials, as well as any other communications tasks as requested.

Support on the @MSF_HIV Twitter account
The Communications Assistant will support the Communications Advisor to raise online visibility, awareness and engagement around MSF’s HIV-related activities and positioning using the @MSF_HIV account. The Intern will play a key role in all aspects of the account, and will proactively identify and produce elements appropriate for sharing with selected audiences.
The role will also play a part in the ongoing development and deployment of the @MSF_HIV account strategy. The Social Media Intern reports to the Communications Advisor, who will ensure necessary training and supervision and will be based with the South African Medical Unit in Observatory, Cape Town.

Purpose of the job: Supporting MSF’s operational communications staff based in Cape Town, South Africa on related tasks, with two main focus areas
Support to the Field Communications Manager and Communications Advisor, including on production and dissemination of communications materials
Assisting in the growth and engagement of the @MSF_HIV account, by identifying relevant networks and new areas of growth. The role will include elements of production, design and dissemination.

Responsibilities
Support to the Field Communications Manager
Assist the Field Communications Manager on local content production and material collection, including coordination of itineraries, researching and working with service providers, contacting and briefing subjects, as well as writing, editing and design where possible.
Assist the Field Communications Manager on additional communications tasks, including monitoring of local media and social media, translation, reporting and internal communications.

Support on the @MSF_HIV Twitter account
Support to the Communications Advisor on the following tasks:
Media monitoring – using @MSF_HIV, List_servs, mailing lists, Google search terms and newsletters, conduct daily monitoring of key HIV organisations, key search terms, and HIV related info; flag stories with HIV Advocacy / Comms team
Engagement – build and maintain proactive engagement with followers who like, retweet or quote @MSF_HIV
Content development – support the Communications Advisor in producing, sourcing, developing or repurposing existing HIV related MSF content for sharing via @MSF_HIV
Maintaining contacts, lists – research, identify and follow Twitter handles of key contacts and networks
Reporting – track and regularly report on the @MSF_HIV account, including engagement rates, influence

Essential
Studies in Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, or similar field.
Solid understanding of communications processes and approaches
Good working knowledge of Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, related Apps & other social networking tools & platforms.
Experience in using social media monitoring tools
Ability to coordinate and organise effectively
Proactive and flexible approach to work, and ability to work well within a team.
Excellent verbal and written proficiency in English.
An interest in humanitarian, HIV and global health issues.
Awareness of best industry practice.

Highly desirable
Understanding of and interest in humanitarian aid, health, HIV and TB
Experience in managing social media accounts and/or campaigns
Experience in shooting, editing mobile and standard video, photos
Basic design and layout experience, including on InDesign
Spoken, written Xhosa

Personal Attributes
Ability to work independently, as part of a team and interdepartmentally
Strong organisational skills with the ability to carry out different tasks simultaneously and to prioritise time and resources accordingly whilst maintaining an overview of all activity
Good interpersonal, team-working and negotiation skills
A positive mental attitude, persistence and the desire to learn
The ideal candidate for this role will be hard working and fast learning
A creative, out-of-the-box thinker

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Please CLICK HERE TO APPLY by 13th February 2018.
Applications without cover letters will not be considered.

SouthSouthNorth (SSN) Seeks an Intern

Do you have what it takes? SouthSouthNorth (SSN) is looking for self-motivated and enthusiastic operations and finance intern to join their team.

SSN promotes sustainable development while addressing climate change.

The ideal candidate will have a background in commerce, business science, financial management, accounting or economics.

Position Title: Operations and Finance Intern

Location: Cape Town, South Africa.

Remuneration: R8 500 /m

SouthSouthNorth (SSN) is a non-profit company working on projects that promote sustainable development and address climate change.

SouthSouthNorth has an internship programme which looks to source self-motivated, enthusiastic talent.

This internship intake focuses on personnel with financial and operational support to project managers.

This internship also offers a uniquely broad perspective into the workings of SSN, and applicants can expect to encounter a diverse and engaging range of tasks including:

  • Operational and financial project management, research development, knowledge management, and logistic support.

The internship programme is designed to allow interns the opportunity to engage with a number of support functions within our office and quickly get a sense of the variety of projects SouthSouthNorth is implementing.

Examples of the types of functional areas that the intern may be exposed to within the six-month period include:

Project management and operational support:

  • Support project managers with operational and financial management
  • Basic budget forecasts and tracking of deliverables across a suite of projects
  • Collate reports and feedback from multiple project partners
  • Create and manipulate quantitative analysis worksheets
  • Liaise with project managers and compile administrative inputs (e.g. taking meeting minutes, checking expense claims and supplier invoices, uploading deliverables to databases as requested)

Research support:

  • Ad hoc research support to scale up existing SouthSouthNorth projects and programmes
  • Ad hoc literature reviews and background research to support project managers in scoping new projects and programmes
  • Support for alignment and coordination of activities

Assistance with logistics:

  • Ad hoc logistics support and/or arrangements for various programmes being implemented by SouthSouthNorth (e.g. convening scientific workshops, logistics for side events at conferences, arrangements supporting online forums and webinars)
  • Workshop note taking and collation of input/feedback
  • Transcribing audio and video input from workshops

Competencies and personal qualities

  • Excellent interpersonal skills, as well as English verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent computer skills with a focus on excel
  • Excellent finance and project management skills
  • Proactive with an inclination to take on tasks which fall outside the applicant’s skill and experience set
  • Ability to work in a flexible and fluid working environment
  • Ability to multi-task easily and manage time efficiently
  • Positive attitude and willingness to learn through doing
  • Energetic and self-motivated
  • Accuracy and precision
  • particularly regarding quantitative analysis – Critical thinking and an ability to distill a complex problem into key elements

Qualifications

  • At least an undergraduate qualification (or equivalent experience). Candidates with a background in commerce, business science, financial management, accounting, or economics will be given preference.

Two-part Application process To apply, complete the following two steps:

1. Google form: APPLICATION FORM HERE

2. Please email your CV and a covering letter to email protected.

Subject line: “Application: SouthSouthNorth 2018. Internship Hub: your name and surname”. Applications will close at mid-day (12 PM) on Wednesday 31 January 2018.

No late applications will be permitted and we will contact shortlisted candidates within one week of the closing date.

If you are not contacted within this time period please consider your application unsuccessful.

Unfortunately we are not able to offer feedback on any application made for this job posting.

SouthSouthNorth reserves the right to not make an appointment.

SouthSouthNorth (SSN) Seeks An Interns

Do you have what it takes? SouthSouthNorth (SSN) is looking for self-motivated and enthusiastic operations and finance intern to join their team.

SSN promotes sustainable development while addressing climate change.

The ideal candidate will have a background in commerce, business science, financial management, accounting or economics.

Position Title: Operations and Finance Intern

Location: Cape Town, South Africa.

Remuneration: R8 500 /m

SouthSouthNorth (SSN) is a non-profit company working on projects that promote sustainable development and address climate change.

SouthSouthNorth has an internship programme which looks to source self-motivated, enthusiastic talent.

This internship intake focuses on personnel with financial and operational support to project managers.

This internship also offers a uniquely broad perspective into the workings of SSN, and applicants can expect to encounter a diverse and engaging range of tasks including:

  • Operational and financial project management, research development, knowledge management, and logistic support.

The internship programme is designed to allow interns the opportunity to engage with a number of support functions within our office and quickly get a sense of the variety of projects SouthSouthNorth is implementing.

Examples of the types of functional areas that the intern may be exposed to within the six-month period include:

Project management and operational support:

  • Support project managers with operational and financial management
  • Basic budget forecasts and tracking of deliverables across a suite of projects
  • Collate reports and feedback from multiple project partners
  • Create and manipulate quantitative analysis worksheets
  • Liaise with project managers and compile administrative inputs (e.g. taking meeting minutes, checking expense claims and supplier invoices, uploading deliverables to databases as requested)

Research support:

  • Ad hoc research support to scale up existing SouthSouthNorth projects and programmes
  • Ad hoc literature reviews and background research to support project managers in scoping new projects and programmes
  • Support for alignment and coordination of activities

Assistance with logistics:

  • Ad hoc logistics support and/or arrangements for various programmes being implemented by SouthSouthNorth (e.g. convening scientific workshops, logistics for side events at conferences, arrangements supporting online forums and webinars)
  • Workshop note taking and collation of input/feedback
  • Transcribing audio and video input from workshops

Competencies and personal qualities

  • Excellent interpersonal skills, as well as English verbal and written communication skills
  • Excellent computer skills with a focus on excel
  • Excellent finance and project management skills
  • Proactive with an inclination to take on tasks which fall outside the applicant’s skill and experience set
  • Ability to work in a flexible and fluid working environment
  • Ability to multi-task easily and manage time efficiently
  • Positive attitude and willingness to learn through doing
  • Energetic and self-motivated
  • Accuracy and precision
  • particularly regarding quantitative analysis – Critical thinking and an ability to distill a complex problem into key elements

Qualifications

  • At least an undergraduate qualification (or equivalent experience). Candidates with a background in commerce, business science, financial management, accounting, or economics will be given preference.

Two-part Application process To apply, complete the following two steps:

1. Google form: APPLICATION FORM HERE

2. Please email your CV and a covering letter to email protected.

Subject line: “Application: SouthSouthNorth 2018. Internship Hub: your name and surname”. Applications will close at mid-day (12 PM) on Wednesday 31 January 2018.

No late applications will be permitted and we will contact shortlisted candidates within one week of the closing date.

If you are not contacted within this time period please consider your application unsuccessful.

Unfortunately we are not able to offer feedback on any application made for this job posting.

SouthSouthNorth reserves the right to not make an appointment.

IkamvaYouth Internship Opportunity 2018

IkamvaYouth equips learners from disadvantaged communities with the knowledge, skills, networks and resources to access tertiary education and/or employment opportunities once they matriculate. IkamvaYouth aims to increase the collective skill level of the population, to grow the national knowledge base, and to replicate success in more communities.

A non-profit organisation (established in 2003 and formally registered in 2004) with branches in five provinces in South Africa, IkamvaYouth currently operates in the Western Cape, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, North West and the Eastern Cape.

While learners enroll at IkamvaYouth when they are in grades 9, 10 and 11, the programme’s success is ultimately determined by the number of grade 12 learners who access tertiary institutions and/or employment-based learning opportunities when they matriculate.

Currently fewer than 10% of South African youth access higher education (SAIRR, 2009) of which only a fraction come from township or rural communities.

IkamvaYouth seeks to appoint an intern Finance, to be based in Pretoria.

Duration: 6 Months

Responsibilities:

  • IY Asset Register and Insurance Tracking
  • Support development and tracking of IY’s asset register (ensuring that it is updated as assets are purchased and disposed of)
  • Ensure outdated and nonexistence assets are removed from the insurance policy in consultation with Technology coordinator
  • Assist the branch staff to update their Asset register as there are movements
  • Day to day Operations Support
  • Maintain a record of all IY Accounts with various service providers e.g. Insurance, phone accounts etc
  • Assist with the double checking if all the cost centres have uploaded the relevant supporting documents (receipts, invoices, learner, tutor and staff reimbursement on drop box
  • Assist with account balance reconciliations monthly for various account
  • Support internal Branch Audits
  • Ad-hoc support to the Finance team as needs arise
  • Help address finance -related queries from IY branch and national staff
  • Provide support to the Finance manager as needed

Requirements:

  • Degree / Diploma
  • Minimum one year administration experience
  • Telephone etiquette
  • Computer literate
  • Communication skills
  • Writing skills
  • A can do attitude

To apply, submit CV and a cover letter to

careers@ikamvayouth.org

with the subject heading clearly marked “Intern Finance’’

Opportunity closing date: Wednesday, 17 January, 2018

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

Should you not hear receive a response by two weeks, you may consider your application unsuccessful

For more about Ikamva Youth, refer to www.ikamvayouth.org

Media Sales Support Intern at Thomson Reuters 2017

At Thomson Reuters, we believe what we do matters. We are passionate about our work, inspired by the impact it has on our business and our customers.

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As a team, we believe in winning as one – collaborating to reach shared goals, and developing through challenging and meaningful experiences.

With more than 45,000 employees in more than 100 countries, we work flexibly across boundaries and realize innovations that help shape industries around the world. Making this happen is a dynamic, evolving process, and we count on each employee to be a catalyst in driving our performance – and their own.

As a global business, we rely on diversity of culture and thought to deliver on our goals. To ensure we can do that, we seek talented, qualified employees in all our operations around the world regardless of race, color, sex/gender, including pregnancy, gender identity and expression, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, citizen status, veteran status, or any other protected classification under country or local law.

Thomson Reuters is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer providing a drug-free workplace.

Reuters News Agency has an opportunity to appoint a full time Media Sales Support Intern in South Africa who will be responsible for supporting the function of the Senior Account Manager.

The intern hired for this position has the opportunity to learn under the mentorship of a successful media team for a yearlong contract (subject to renewal based on performance).

You will need to have passion for media, strong strategic and innovative thinking skills in order to integrate into our growing, vibrant and passionate team who are always willing to go the extra mile. We are looking for an intern eager to gain a ton of great media experience!

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Assist in all aspects of admin and contribute to the media sale process;
  • Adheres to all company policies, procedures and business ethics
  • On the job training and learning of product feature offerings and benefits
  • Assist in the sale opportunity process such as entering contact opportunity information, set up free trials request and assist in the trial follow up opportunity progress as set by Senior Account Manager
  • Assist in commercial internal processes such as the preparation of quotations, draft of order, resolution on pending requests and quality issues, creation and mock-up of proposals
  • Assist with providing pipeline reports, territory and account opportunity updates and forecasts through the use of Sales Force.
  • Assist with the sales operation communication channel flow as set by your manager
  • Assist with commercial sales Operational day to day
  • Assist with internal liaising with billing and credit control departments
  • Assist with business travel and expenses processing administration
  • Assist in assessing the sales opportunities available internal and external such as product trends and competitive research
  • Support and assist with managing general enquiries, telephonic or email.
  • Not limited to the above, duties will be adapted and redefined from time to time to align with the commercial business workflow.
  • Requirements and skills
  • Degree Majoring in Sales, Marketing or Advertising, Public Relations
  • Passionate about media and people
  • Willingness to learn and ability to listen
  • Confident Communicator, well presented and credible
  • Strong attention to detail, highly organized, strong administration skills
  • Supportive of working in a team environment
  • Self -motivated, proactive with a ‘can do’ attitude
  • Be digitally savvy / innovative
  • Computer Proficiency Power Point, Word and Excel experience is a bonus
  • Proficient in English and other languages being a great asset
  • Time management and Deadline driven
  • Winning attitude!

CLICK HERE TO APPLY

Human Resource Internship at SAPS 2017

The South African Police Service hereby invites unemployed youth who conforms to the requirements for a twelve-month internship programme at Division: Human Resource

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Development (HRD).

The internship programme is part of the National Human Resource Development Strategy and the National Skills Development Strategy.
Generic requirements:
*Must be between ages 18-35
*Be a South African citizen
*Must be in possession of Senior Certificate (Grade 12) or equivalent qualification
*Must have no criminal record(s)
*Applicants must be unemployed and never participated in an internship programme
previously
*Applicants must be residents of the province where the post is advertised (proof of residential address to be attached)
*Applicants are restricted to apply for 3 positions only (to complete and application form for each advertised post with a reference number)
Internship categories:
Graduate Intern: Tertiary Qualification is required
Student Intern: Need practical experience in order to finalise qualification
Matric Intern: Senior Certificate (Grade 12) no tertiary qualification is required.
NB: stipend for each category will be as determined by the National Commissioner:
South African Police Service
DIVISION: HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT: HEAD OFFICE PRETORIA
Post Graphic Designer INTERN (2 posts)
Section ETD Operational Support
Location Division HRD Pretoria
Ref Number MISP1/2017 HRD (1 Post)
ETDCDP1/2017 HRD (1 Post)
Additional Requirements:
*Be in possession of a National Diploma/Degree in Graphic Designing or equivalent qualification
Core Functions:
*Establishing and maintain professional graphic support to the Division Human Resource Development
*Perform general administrative functions for the Section Management Information & Strategic Planning
*Render assistance to events within the Division Human Resource Development
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Post Sound Engineering INTERN (1 post)
Section ETD Operational Support
Location Division HRD Pretoria
Ref Number MISP2/2017 HRD
Additional Requirements:
*Be in possession of a National Diploma/Degree in Music
Technology/Arts or equivalent qualification
Core Functions:
*Manage and administration of technical audio-visual support service
*Manage the provision of support in the maintenance of audio-visual equipment’s for events nationally and Division HRD
*Administer proper utilisation of resources allocated to the post environment
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Post Events Management & Strategic Planning INTERN (1 post)
Section ETD Operational Support
Location Division HRD Pretoria
Ref Number MISP3/2017 HRD
Additional Requirements:
*Be in possession of a National Diploma/Degree in Event
Management or equivalent qualification
Core Functions:
*Organise in consultation with the events coordinator and the event
planning committee
*Manage the provision of support in the maintenance of audio-visual equipment’s for events nationally and Division HRD
*Administer proper utilisation of resources allocated to the environment
*Monitor and evaluate the Annual Performance Plan and handling of the monthly feedback and reports.
*Administration on the Training Administration System and related correspondence.
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Post Demand Management INTERN (1 post)
Section ETD Operational Support
Location Division HRD Pretoria
Ref Number AFM5/2017 HRD
Additional Requirements:
*Be in possession of a National Diploma/Degree in Logistics or equivalent qualification
Core Functions:
*Administer all current needs for equipment via resource plan
*Establish a database for all National Transversal Term contract and a specific period of contract
*Conduct industry and commodity analysis in respective of required
goods and services
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Post Supply Chain Management INTERN (2 posts)
Section ETD Operational Support
Location Division HRD Pretoria
Ref Number AFM6/2017 HRD
Additional Requirements:
*Be in possession of a Senior Certificate/N6/National Diploma in
Supply Chain Management / Computer Literacy or equivalent
qualification
Core Functions:
*Arrange all travelling and accommodation bookings for all Senior
Management and personnel including external candidates
*Administer the acquisition process for training academies and the
Division Human Resource Development
*Ensure the maintenance of assets registered in respect of movable
Government property
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Post Financial Management INTERN (1 post)
Section ETD Operational Support
Location Division HRD Pretoria
Ref Number AFM7/2017 HRD
Additional Requirements:
*Be in possession of a National Diploma/Degree Finance Accounting
or equivalent qualification
Core Functions:
*Manage the Training Provisioning Plan
*Administer functions regarding training intervention
*Capture allowances
Post Financial Management INTERN (2 posts)
Section ETD Operational Support
Location Division HRD Pretoria
Ref Number AFM8/2017 HRD
Additional Requirements:
*Be in possession of a Senior Certificate/Computer Literacy
Core Functions:
*Deal with claims and supplier payments coordinate telephone
management
*Conduct Financial administration
*capture Sunday times
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Post Labour Relation INTERN (1 post)
Section ETD Operational Support
Location Division HRD Pretoria
Ref Number HRM9/2017 HRD
Additional Requirements:
*Be in possession of a National Diploma/Degree Human Resources
or equivalent qualification
Core Functions:
*Manage effective labour engagement and collective agreements
between the South African Police Service and recognised employee
labour organisations
*Manage grievances brought for joint Grievance Resolution Team and
arrange dates for the sitting of the JGRT meetings
*Facilitate advisory session to management regarding labour matters
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Post Human Resource Management INTERN (2 posts)
Section ETD Operational Support
Location Division HRD Pretoria
Ref Number HRM10/2017 HRD
Additional Requirements:
*Be in possession of a Senior Certificate/National Diploma/Degree
Human Resources or equivalent qualification
Core Functions:
*Receive and register discipline files for the Division dealing with
incoming and outgoing correspondence
*Complete SAPS 172 (b) for fines and suspension and capture information on Personal system
*Make photocopies, keeping the register up to date and handle telephone enquiries
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Post Administration Clerk INTERN (1 post)
Section ETD Curriculum Development & Standards
Location Division HRD Pretoria
Ref Number CDS11/2017 HRD
Additional Requirements:
*Be in possession of a Senior Certificate/ Computer Literacy/Diploma Office Management or equivalent qualification
Core Functions:
*Conduct administration of files maintaining of outgoing and incoming correspondence
*Register and maintain the database dealing with telephone inquiries assist with the dairy of the Component head
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Post Administration INTERN (2 posts)
Section ETD Policy & Standards
Location Division HRD Pretoria
Ref Number PS12/2017 HRD
Additional Requirements:
*Be in possession of a Senior Certificate/ Computer Literacy/
Diploma Office Management or equivalent qualification
Core Functions:
* To monitor the reproduction of assessment and answering of calls on Monitoring &Evaluation receiving and sending emails on
Monitoring &Evaluation. Making Copies on Monitoring &Evaluation related documents. Filling of Monitoring &Evaluation documents
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Post Research INTERN (1 post)
Section ETD Research & Quality Management
Location Division HRD Pretoria
Ref Number RQM13/2017 HRD
Additional Requirements:
*Be in possession of a Degree in Policing/Human Resource Management/Public Administration or equivalent qualification
Core Functions:
*Provide administrative functions in the office of Research & Quality Management
*Monitor the implementation of the research project intents
*Capture and update the database on the explicit policing knowledge
assets and repository.
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Post Language Practitioner INTERN (1 post)
Section ETD Curriculum Development Policing
Location Division HRD Pretoria
Ref Number ETDCDP14/2017 HRD
Additional Requirements:
*Be in possession of a Diploma/Degree in Language Practice or equivalent qualification
Core Functions:
*Translate, edit, interpret and transcribe Learning Programmes
*Assist in administration and manage document in the office of the
Head ETD Curriculum Development Policing.
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Post Administration Clerk INTERN (9 posts)
Section ETD Skills Development
Location Division HRD Pretoria
Ref Number SD13/2017 HRD
Additional Requirements:
*Be in possession of a Senior Certificate/N6/National Office Management & Technology/Administration/ Public Admin or equivalent qualification
Core Functions:
*Conduct administration of files maintain of outgoing and incoming correspondence
*Register and maintain the database dealing with telephone inquiries assist with the dairy of the office of the Section Head
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Post Sport Management INTERN (1 post)
Section Basic Police Development
Location Division HRD Pretoria
Ref Number SRM14/2017 HRD
Additional Requirements:
*Be in possession of a National Diploma/Degree Sports Management or equivalent qualification
Core Functions:
*Perform administration functions regarding physical fitness maintenance. Compile and consolidate reports
*Arrange and coordinate venues, accommodation and travelling for physical fitness maintenance
*Update and maintain administration filing systems, compile and consolidate reports
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Post Sport Management INTERN (1 post)
Section Basic Police Development
Location Division HRD Pretoria
Ref Number SRM15/2017 HRD
Additional Requirements:
*Be in possession of a Senior Certificate/Computer Literacy
Core Functions:
*Perform administration functions regarding physical fitness maintenance Compile and consolidate reports
*Arrange and coordinate venues, accommodation and travelling for physical fitness maintenance.
*Update and maintain administration filling systems compile and consolidate reports
Post Provisioning Admin Clerk INTERN (1 post)
Section Basic Police Development
Location Division HRD Pretoria
Ref Number BPD16/2017 HRD
Additional Requirements:
*Be in possession of a Diploma in Office
Management/Administration or equivalent qualification
Core Functions:
*Perform administration functions within the Component Basic Policing
Development
*Perform typing functions and compile reports
*Update and maintain administration filing systems
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Post Administration Clerk INTERN (1 post)
Section Basic Police Development
Location Division HRD Pretoria
Ref Number BPD17/2017 HRD
Additional Requirements:
*Be in possession of a Senior Certificate/Computer Literacy
Core Functions:
*Perform administration functions within the Component Basic Policing Development
*Perform typing functions and compile reports
*Update and maintain administration filing systems
GENERAL:
 Only the official application form for the internship programme (available at all SAPS Institutions) will be accepted. All instructions on the application form must be adhered to. Failure to do so may result in the rejection of the application.

 The reference number of the post must be correctly specified on the application form.

 A Curriculum Vitae must be submitted together with the application form.

 Certified copies of an applicant’s ID document, Senior Certificate and all post-school educational

qualifications obtained must also be submitted and attached to every application. Certified copies

should not be older than 3 months. No faxed or e-mailed applications will be considered.

 Applicants will be subjected to fingerprint screening and reference checking.

 Applications must be mailed timeously. Late applications will not be accepted or considered. The

closing date for all applications is 2018-01-12 at 16h00.

 If an applicant is short-listed, it can be expected of him/her to undergo a personal interview.

Shortlisted applicants may be subjected to security clearance.

 Correspondence will be conducted with successful interns only. If you have not been contacted

within 3 months after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was

unsuccessful.

 The South African Police Service is under no obligation to fill a post after advertisement thereof.

 A stipend will be paid according to proof of relevant qualification.

 Internship programme in the SAPS may not be regarded as a guarantee for automatic absorption

for permanent appointment.

 Recommended candidates will be expected to sign a 12-month internship contract.

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ENQUIRIES:

Captain Arries Tel no. (012) 334 3551
CAC Baloyi Tinyiko Tel no. (012) 334 3699
APPLICATIONS POSTED:
Division Human Resource Development
429 Shorburg Building, Helen Joseph Street Pretoria, 6th Floor North Wing.
Private Bag X117, Pretoria 0001 (For attention Captain Arries)
APPLICATIONS HAND DELIVERED:
Division Human Resource Development
429 Shorburg Building, Helen Joseph Street Pretoria, 6th Floor North Wing.