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2023 Supply Chain Internship at SANPark’s Addo Elephant National Park

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SANPark’s Addo Elephant National Park is recruiting and invites applications for the Supply Chain Management Internship 2023.

Closing date: 15 March 2023

Addo Elephant National Park is offering an Internship opportunity. Applications are invited from candidates in the related field of study stated below:

1 x Supply Chain Management / Procurement / Logistics (No accommodation available inside the park)

Who is eligible to apply?

Qualified and unemployed South African youth with a NQF level 6 (National Diploma) qualification in the above-mentioned field of study only, and have not attended any internship programme before.

Candidates with driver’s licence have an advantage.

The duration of the Internship will be from April 2023 to 30 March 2025 with a monthly stipend of R6030.70

Applicants must note that people applying but not having a relevant qualification in the field of study stated above will not be considered.

Please submit your:

1. Application letter
2. CV (typed)
3. Certified copies of Qualification/s


4. Certified copy of ID and Driver’s license
5. SARS registration document

Please use the following reference number: Supply Chain Management

Applications must be submitted to:
Human Capital Management Department
South African National Parks
ATT: Andiswa Beki
Private Bag X 66, Cradock, 5880
Email: [email protected]

Incomplete or irrelevant applications will not be considered.

Applications not responded to within 21 days of the closing date must be considered unsuccessful.


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