Maritime Apprenticeship Deck Programme Opportunity at Robben Island Museum x 4

Closing Date 10 January 2021


The above mentioned position is available in the Ferry Operations Department at Robben Island Museum. The purpose of this project is to provide on board training to South African Cadets who wish to pursue career in Port Operations. Furthermore, the deck cadets will be expected to ensure the maintenance and conservation of the vessels decks and accommodation areas to ensure an effective and efficient transport system including hospitality to the passengers. It is also imperative to note that it will enable them a platform to gain knowledge and sufficient sea-time required by SAMSA to qualify for Skipper and Master Port operations respectively.

 

Stipend: R70 715.00 per annum

Duartion: 24-36 months (Subject to training and outcome of assessments)


Minimum requirements:

· SAMSA eye test;

· Curriculum Vitae with covering letter;

· Certified copy of your South African ID;

· Good health;

· Copy of your Matric results;

· ND Maritime Studies Deck cadets who successfully completed S1,S2,S3 & S4;

· Copy of your S1,S2,S3 and S4 results to be provided;

· Preference will be given to unemployed South African citizens.


Duties and Responsibilities:

· To complete the training record books in the prescribed time;

· Obtain the Skipper Port Ops and/or Master Port Operations Unlimited qualification in the stipulated time frame.

· To carry out bridge watch-keeping and report objects and targets to the Master;

· To complete a steering certificate;

· Ensure safe access for passengers and that the gangway is properly secured;

· To count all passengers boarding the vessel and ensure that the vessel is never overloaded;

· To show all passenger where to seat in the accommodation areas;

· Ensure safe mooring and unmooring operations;

· Ensure cargo is safely loaded and properly stowed and lashed for sea. Check that the vessel is ready for sea and report to the Able seamen;

· Carry out lookout duties during restricted visibility and at night;

· Make regular rounds during sea passage to ensure passenger comfort and attend to sick passengers;

· Ensure that all FFE and LSA is in its positions and readily available for use;

· Ensure that the vessel is clean at all times inside and out;

· Participate and contribute to the drills and training held on board;

· Carry out regular safety rounds and report any defects to the Master/Skipper;

· Carry out all deck maintenance such as washing down, chipping and painting;

· Fully understand the use of lifting gear and rope work including splicing;

· Ensure that they are fully familiar with the operation of all LSA, FFE and deck equipment on board the vessel;

· Spend 10 days in the engine room for familiarization as per the on board training record book.


RIM is an EE & AA employer, RIM reserves the right not to make an appointment if suitable candidate is not found.

Forward a detailed CV, accompanied by certified copies of your ID and qualification(s) as well as contactable & traceable referees, to recruitment@robben-island.org.za or by no later than 10 January 2021. 


Note: If you do not hear from us within 30 days, please consider your application unsuccessful. Please note your attachment should not exceed 10MB:

Maritime Apprenticeship Engineering Programme Opportunity at Robben Island Museum x 6

Closing Date 10 January 2021


The above mentioned positions are available in the Ferry Operations Department at. The purpose is to provide on board training to South African Cadets who wish to pursue a career in Port Operations. The engineering cadets will be expected to ensure the timeous completion of their training record books and ultimately qualify as Chief Engineer Port Operations.


 Stipend: R70 715.00 per annum

24-60 months

 (Subject to training and outcome of assessments)

Duties and Responsibilities:

· Attend all required training;

· To complete the training record books in the prescribed time;

· Use all opportunities to gain knowledge and experience in the operation and maintenance of all equipment on board the vessels and ship board routine;

· Obtain the Chief <750kW and/or Chief Port Operations Unlimited qualification in the stipulated time frame.

· Assist with repair and maintenance tasks as required;


Experience, Technical skills & Core Competencies:

· Curriculum Vitae with covering letter;

· Certified copy of your South African ID;

· Good health;

· Copy of your Matric results;

· Minimum of all S3 subjects in Marine Engineering (preference may be given to candidates who completed the National Diploma: Marine Engineering) Copy of final results to be provided.

· Preference will be given to unemployed and people with previous sea going experience.

· Fluent in English, written and oral;

RIM is an EE & AA employer, RIM reserves the right not to make an appointment if suitable candidate is not found. 


Forward a detailed CV, accompanied by certified copies of your ID and qualification(s) as well as contactable & traceable referees, to recruitment@robben-island.org.za or by no later than 10 January 2021. 

Note: If you do not hear from us within 30 days, please consider your application unsuccessful. Please note your attachment should not exceed 10MB:

Printing Apprenticeship Programme at South African Bank Note Company

Closing Date 21 December 2020


The South African Bank Note Company (SABN), a fully owned subsidiary of the South African Reserve Bank (SARB), is a highly competitive security printing company, which competes on a global scale, using the latest high-tech modern technology and machinery. The company offers apprenticeship programme for individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in Printing.


Location: Pretoria, Gauteng


The Preferred Candidate is likely to have:

  • Matric with 50% pass for Mathematics and Physical Science
  • N3 Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or equivalent
  • TT3 qualification will be added advantage
  • Must be a South African citizen
 

Applications must include the following documents

  • A brief statement showing why the applicant chose to pursue career in Printing
  • A comprehensive CV
  • Certified copies of all qualifications, including statements of results
  • Certified copy of ID
 

Applicants will also be required to undergo a series of assessments and security clearance process as prescribed by the National Key Point Act.


CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY 

Pharmacist Internship Opportunity at Roche

Purpose is to fulfil the SAPC internship training requirements whilst adding value to Roche Products processes. Reports into: Quality Assurance Manager and Responsible Pharmacist


Location:  Midrand , Johannesburg (Pharma Division)


Your key activities will include:


Product Release:

Post importation testing

Quarantine management

Analytical technology transfer

Handling of OOS (Post importation testing)

Transport Conditions and Handling of Excursions

Supply Chain Transfers

Quality Systems:

Deviation and CAPA management

Auditing

Complaint management

Quality Overview

Supplier agreements

Quality risk management

Root cause analysis


This challenging role requires the following qualification, experience and skills:

  • Matric
  • Must have B Pharm (Pharmacy) degree. - *PLEASE APPLY ONLY IF ARE COMPLETING END OF THIS YEAR OR HAVE ALREADY COMPLETED BPHARM
  • Computer Literate
  • Interest in manufacturing Pharmaceutical industry

Competencies:

  • Self-driven
  • Attention to Detail
  • Disciplined
  • Team Player

The Affirmative Action principles as set out in the Company’s Employment Equity targets and Policy shall apply. In addition, selection of the successful candidate will be dependent on the operational requirements of the Company.

Interested persons who qualify please apply directly on the link.

Roche is an equal opportunity employer.

Vocational & Development Programs, Vocational & Development Programs > Internship

CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY 

TVET/FET Internship Opportunity The Foundation for Professional Development (FPD)

Closing Date 21 December 2020


Our goal is to promote the advancement of human capacity development and provide adequate technical assistance to the different sectors throughout South Africa. Reporting to : Allocated Host Organisation


Contract type : Internship 18 Months (80 positions)

Annual Stipend : R42,000

Location : National (all 9 provinces)

Reporting to : Allocated Host Organisation


About the Internship:

Employ Interns on an 18-months fixed term contract.

Provides Internship opportunity to youth between the ages of 18 and 28 years

Provides the opportunity to young South Africans to gain practical work experience

Enables up-and-coming young individuals to exercise their skills and knowledge under the guidance of experienced professionals.


Essential Qualification:

• Completed N6 Business Studies from a Public TVET College

Additional requirements:

• Proficiency in reading, speaking, and writing English

• Proficiency in MS Office and MS Outlook

• Proficiency in another local language

Closing date for applications: 21 December 2020 at 16h30

Interested candidates should forward CV, ID copy, Matric Certificate, SARS Tax letter, Banking details letter and N4-46 Certificates to thabisom@foundation.co.za

For enquiries, please contact Thabiso Mabena on 087-821-1109

Please note:

Only applicants shortlisted for interviews will be contacted. If you have not been contacted within 2 weeks after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful

University Graduate Internship Opportunity at The Foundation for Professional Development (FPD)

Closing Date 21 December 2020


Our goal is to promote the advancement of human capacity development and

provide adequate technical assistance to the different sectors throughout South

Africa. Reporting to: Hosting organisation Manager


Location: National (all 9 provinces)

Department: FPD SHIPS

Job Type: Learnership - 12 Months Contract

Stipend: R6 000.00 per month


About the Learnership:

Employ University Graduate interns on a 12-month fixed term contract.

Provide internship opportunity to youth between the ages of 18 and 28 years

Provides the opportunity for University graduates to gain workplace experience

Enables up-and-coming young professionals to exercise their skills and

knowledge under the guidance of experienced professionals.

The University Graduates interns will be working under supervision of the

Mentor / Supervisor at the allocated Host organisation, in the following field of

studies: HR, Social Workers, Biomedical Technology, Finance and Community

Development


Level of Qualifications: University Degree

Mandatory qualifications: Human Resource, Social Workers, Biomedical Technology, Finance and Community Development

Experience: None


Interested candidates should forward CV, certified ID copy, Proof of Banking details, Tax certificate and proof of relevant qualifications, Bank confirmation letter to: monkik@foundation.co.za 

Please note:

Only applicants shortlisted for interviews will be contacted. If you have not been contacted within 2 weeks after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

Industrial Engineer Internship Opportunity at Aspen PharmaCare

This one-year internship programme at our Finished Dose Forms manufacturing site will provide candidates with an opportunity to gain workplace experience, knowledge and skills related to the pharmaceutical industry. The internship is highly relevant for the qualification and for practice as an Industrial Engineer in industry.


Reference Number IEIntern2020

Description

Please submit your application via Direct Hire online platform, where the following documents are required (please merge them into one document for submission to allow for upload):

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Certified copy of your ID
  • Certified copy of your National Senior Certificate
  • Latest University certified/stamped academic transcript

Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Aspen subscribes to the principles of Employment Equity and will make decisions in line with this ethos.

Shortlisted candidates may be expected to undergo an assessment.

Aspen reserves the right to not make an appointment.

Aspen bursary holders may receive priority attention.

Aspen fully subscribes to the principles of Employment Equity and will make decisions in line with this ethos.

Requirements

Requirements:

  • Final year of Bachelor of Engineering Technology in Industrial Engineering (2020) or completed BTech Industrial Engineer
  • South African Citizen

Location: Port Elizabeth

CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY 

Learning and Development Graduate Programme Opportunity at Aspen PharmaCare (12 Months Contract) (Gauteng)

Closing Date 17 December 2020

 

Begin your 12-month Graduate Programme with a leading global player in specialty and branded pharmaceuticals with an extensive basket of products that provide treatment for a broad spectrum of acute and chronic conditions experienced through all stages of life. Our 12-month Graduate programme is premeditated to develop young talent, striving for professional and personal growth.

 

Reference Number

111220b

 

Begin your 12-month Graduate Programme with a leading global player in specialty and branded pharmaceuticals with an extensive basket of products that provide treatment for a broad spectrum of acute and chronic conditions experienced through all stages of life. Our 12-month Graduate programme is premeditated to develop young talent, striving for professional and personal growth.

You will attain working knowledge of Aspen as a business and you will learn how to deliver on high business demands, enduring pro-active and results driven traits within a diverse workforce and high-performance culture.  

Requirements

To be eligible for this opportunity:

All applicants must have completed Grade12

Applicants would have ccompleted a Degree Human Resources Management

Energy and passion for working with people.

Ability to manage and prioritise multiple assignments

Ability to maintain accuracy and attention to detail

Ability to communicate information clearly and concisely

Strong computer literacy in MS office essential

An energetic, self-starter who will be able to deal with multifaceted situations, committed to excellence and has a keen willingness to learn.

Location Gauteng

 

CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY

Environmental Laboratory Analyst Internship Opportunity at The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)

The CSIR has two Internship opportunities in the Environmental Laboratory within the Smart Places cluster. The purpose of the Internship is to provide graduates with an opportunity to gain practical work experience through providing technical support to Analysts working in the Water Testing Laboratory, including data gathering/capturing, analysis of water samples and reporting. This role includes providing an efficient analytical chemistry service in a professional manner and to the satisfaction of customers, while maintaining a safe working environment for one’s self and colleagues in all work areas. These positions are based in Durban & Pretoria.

 

The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) is a leading scientific and technology research organisation that researches, develops, localises and diffuses technologies to accelerate socio-economic prosperity in South Africa. The organisation’s work contributes to industrial development and supports a capable state.

 

Key responsibilities:

Under focused mentorship, coaching and supervision, the Intern will be required to:

Carry out routine analyses for simple methods and/or instruments in an ISO 17025 laboratory under supervision and within required quality and production parameters;

Operate basic equipment and instrumentation independently;

Perform basic instrument maintenance;

Prepare samples for analysis;

Adhere to the laboratory’s quality system and EHS procedures;

Accurate, efficient and effective production at minimum turnaround times;

Proficiency tests scores acceptable for work conducted;

Ensure that adequate stocks for tests are available;

Closure of Corrective Action Requests.

 

Qualifications, skills and experience:

A National Diploma in Analytical Chemistry or equivalent three-year qualification;

A BSc degree in Chemistry or Honours degree will be advantageous;

Thorough understanding of ISO 17025 will be advantageous;

Knowledge of water testing as it relates to a laboratory’s business;

Ability to capture and report analytical data to superiors;

Ability to interact with peers and superiors;

Computer literacy and competency in MS Office;

Good written and oral communication skills;

Attention to detail and the ability to work accurately and well under pressure;

A candidate with a Code B drivers licence will be advantageous.

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT FEEDBACK WILL BE GIVEN TO SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES ONLY.

For more info, please email us at recruitment01@csir.co.za Please do-not send your application to this maibox

The CSIR is an equal opportunity employer. As such, it is committed to the Employment Equity Act of 1998. By applying for this position at the CSIR, the applicant understands, consents and agrees that the CSIR may solicit a credit and criminal report from a registered credit bureau and/or SAPS (in relation to positions that require trust and honesty and/or entail the handling of cash or finances) and may also verify the applicant’s educational qualifications and employment history. The CSIR reserves the right to remove the advertisement at any time before the stated closing date and it further reserves the right not to appoint if a suitable candidate is not identified.

 

CLICK HERE TO APPLY FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY

SAAFoST Undergraduate Bursary 2021

Closing Date 15 January 2021


The South African Association for Food Science and Technology (SAAFoST) Foundation is inviting interested students to apply for full-term bursaries in the field of Food Science and Technology. SAAFoST Foundation is offering bursaries for full-time undergraduate food science and technology students, awarded based on academic merit, employment equity, and demonstrated potential.


Application


Download the application form in Adobe PDF format or MS Word format.

Ensure that you provide the following with your completed application form:

  • A head and shoulders passport size photograph of yourself
  • A certified copy of your ID book or RSA passport
  • A certified copy of your most recent academic results (Part C)
  • Personal Statement (Part D)
  • Reference Letter (Part D)
  • Proof of registration at Tertiary Institution for 2021

The awarded bursary will be administered by the SAAFoST Foundation, in liaison with the Student Liaison Representatives at each academic institution.

Completed applications must be e-mailed to the SAAFoST Membership Development Officer.

Irene Burke (SAAFoST Membership Development Officer)

Tel: 071 870 2633

E-mail: irene@saafost.org.za

Click here for more information.


The selection of candidates is based on the following criteria:

  • Preference will be given to students who excel academically and / or demonstrate potential.
  • Applicants must be enrolled for full time undergraduate study for a first degree or diploma in the field of Food Science and Technology at a South African Tertiary Institution, and be in a position to complete his / her chosen study programme within the prescribed period of the relevant South AfricanTertiary institution or following period:
    Undergraduate Degree (up to B.Sc (Hons) – 4 years
    B. Degree – 4 years or Higher Diploma
    B. Degree – 3 years
  • Applicants must be South African or permanent resident citizens who have been resident in South Africa for at least 3 years prior to application.
  • Applicants must have been a member of SAAFoST for at least 12 months preceding the application.
  • Applicants will be required to provide a written personal statement of not more than 1 A4 page outlining how their education and training in the field of food science and technology will make a positive difference in their lives and in the scientific community.
  • Applicants will be required to submit a reference that speaks of the applicant’s character. The reference letter will be written by someone at the Tertiary institution who has known the applicant in a learning capacity.
  • Applications will be reviewed by the SAAFoST Foundation, whose decision is final and binding.

Bursary package

The bursary includes financial assistance for the following:

  • Actual tuition fees levied by the tertiary institution as per a statement of account issued by the institution in the name of the student up to a maximum of R35 000.00 per annum until graduation. The payment is made directly to the Tertiary institution yearly in two installments; the first installment being subject to a satisfactory final mark for the previous year of study and the second installment being subject to satisfactory results in the first semester.

Bursary conditions

  • The student will be required to sign a contract as acceptance of and agreement to the conditions outlined below:
  • Granting of bursaries is not automatic and SAAFoST Foundation reserves the right not to award a bursary.
  • Only students who apply within the specified date and have fully completed the required application forms and whose registrations have been accepted by a university will be considered.
  • The student will be required to provide the SAAFoST Foundation with a six monthly report and exam results outlining the highlights of the year’s study including participation in SAAFoST activities.
  • The bursary will at the sole discretion of the SAAFoST Foundation be converted into a loan repayable in equal instalments, as determined by the SAAFoST Foundation, at the prime rate of interest if, without formal permission of the SAAFoST Foundation:
    • The student terminates or interrupts his / her studies, without formal permission for the interruption of studies
    • The student does not complete his / her studies within the period stated above
    • The student fails any year or semester of study.
  • Should the recipient not successfully complete all of the stipulated courses in any bursary year or not successfully complete any outstanding subjects as supplementary examinations prior to the commencement of the following academic year, then at the sole discretion of the SAAFoST Foundation the bursary may be suspended for the following year with the proviso that, should the recipient successfully complete all of the courses in that subsequent year including any carried over courses from the previous year, then the SAAFoST Foundation will refund to the recipient, all suspended tuition fees and the bursary shall then continue as before, however, no repeated courses, subjects, or modules shall be paid for by the SAAFoST Foundation.

Application

Download the application form in Adobe PDF format or MS Word format.

Closing date for applications: 15 January 2021
Review period: January – February
Award announcement: February

Ensure that you provide the following with your completed application form:

  • A head and shoulders passport size photograph of yourself
  • A certified copy of your ID book or RSA passport
  • A certified copy of your most recent academic results (Part C)
  • Personal Statement (Part D)
  • Reference Letter (Part D)
  • Proof of registration at Tertiary Institution for 2021

Completed applications must be e-mailed to the SAAFoST Membership Development Officer:
SAAFoST Membership Development Officer
Tel: 071 870 2633
E-mail: 
irene@saafost.org.za