Department of Social Development offers exciting opportunities to suitable candidates who have passed grade 12 for potential placement in our Learnership programme.
PREFERENCE WILL BE GIVEN TO: Youth with a disability Foster Children Orphans\Youth Related to Military Veterans Child Support Recipients Child Headed Families Youth from 50 poorest wards Successful learners will be expected to enter into a 12 month contract for 2015 and would be placed across the Department and Identified NGO’s and ECD centres.
Documents to be attached
Certified copies of ID Certified copy of Grade 12 certificate CV Foster Care Order ( in cases of foster children) Documentary proof of Child Support Grant Documentary proof of relation to Military Veterans. Motivation from Social Worker. Death Certificate in respect of Orphans.
Learnership Positions: Social Auxiliary Work Information Technology Early Childhoold Development Business Administration Childand Youth Care
NB: No incomplete, faxed or emailed applications will be considered. All applications should be submitted to the project coordinator responsible for the programme at 75 Commissioner Street, Perm Building, Ground Floor or posted to Private Bag X 35, Johannesburg, 2000.
SAICA learnerships are current available at the following office for the
2015 intake for the: Western Cape, Free State, North West, Mpumalanga
and Eastern Cape.
A minimum qualification of a recognised B-degree in
accounting or in the process of completion with a strong desire to
become a CA(SA), completed Honours/CTA will be an added advantage. A
competitive salary and ample study leave are available to trainees.
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