Johannesburg Water: Graduate / Internship Programme 2017

Closing Date: 24 March 2017

Johannesburg Water is offering a one year Internship Programme in the following discipline.

1. Supply Chain [x2]National Diploma in Procurement / Supply Chain Management or B Com Degree
2. Wastewater Treatment Works [x1]BSc with Biochemistry, Chemistry or Microbiology or a B Tech in Wastewater
3. Microbiology [x1]BSc Microbiology cor S4 Microbiology or S4 Biotechnology
4.Chemistry [x6]BSc Chemistry or S4 in Analytical Chemistry
5. Stakeholder Relations [x1]Degree in Public Administration
6.  Communication & Marketing [x1]Degree or National Diploma in Communication
7. Civil Engineering [x1]S4 Civil Engineering preferable with P1 & P2 completed.

The purpose of the internships is to:

  • Empower youth with the necessary skills to ensure that they become marketable
  • Create an opportunity for students who have completed their studies to familiarize themselves with the working environment and gain practical experience
  • Increase the awareness among young people of the job and career opportunities at Johannesburg Water.

Requirements

  • To qualify, applicants must have completed their qualification within the last five years and be under the age of 30.
  • Johannesburg Water will ensure that its selection and recruitment process is employment equity compliant and in line with its EE plan.
  • Preference will be given to females and persons with disabilities.

How To Apply

Application form may be downloaded at www.johannesburgwater.co.za. Completed application forms to be emailed to jw.humanresources@jwater.co.za,

Please note: Only short-listed applicants will be contacted

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