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Internships at South African Weather Service (SAWS) | SALARY PAID

The South African Weather Service (SAWS) hereby invites applications for a one-year Internship Programme. Successful candidates will be required to enter into an Internship Agreement with SAWS for a duration of twelve months. There will be no obligation to employ the intern on completion of the Programme.

Position: Governance, Risk & Compliance Intern

Reference No: Ref. RISK 2022

Salary: R6 500.00

Minimum Requirements:

  • Applicants must be 18 – 35 years of age.
  • Applicants must be unemployed and with no work experience.
  • Students looking for Work Integrated Programme are encouraged to apply.

Required Education:

Diploma / Degree in:

  • Governance,
  • Internal Auditing
  • Risk Management

Interns will be placed at the SAWS head office, currently based at Centurion. Successful candidates will be responsible for their own transport to the office. The SAWS will pay a monthly stipend of R6500.

How to Apply

In your online applications Upload your (Comprehensive CV with certified copies of qualifications).

Note: The link below will take you to the SA Weather Service Career website. Once on the website scroll down to find the internship and apply.

Apply Online for the SA Weather Service: Governance and Risk Internship Programme 2022 / 2023

Apply For SA Weather Service: Governance and Risk Internships 2022 / 2023

Company : South African Weather Service (SAWS)
Location : Centurion, South Africa
Closing date: 06 July 2022.

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