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The Mining Qualifications Authority (MQA), the Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) for the mining and mineral sector in terms of the Skills Development Act of 1998, is inviting suitable candidates to apply for its Internship Programme in Marshalltown, Johannesburg. This particular post relates to its Human Resource Internship Opportunity.
The internship will cover, but may not be limited to the following areas:
- Providing technical support on Learning Programmes administration;
- Assist with the registration/general administration of non-artisan learnerships, ABET, FLC, Mine Environmental Control and skills programmes including the OHS Skills
- Providing a customer service to internal and external stakeholders in accordance with MQA customer service standards;
- Providing administrative support service to the Learning Programmes Unit;
- Performing any other tasks delegated by the Senior Learning Programmes Administrator, Learning Programmes Specialist or Learning Programmes Manager; and
- Gaining exposure to other MQA units’ scope of work/performance areas
The candidates to be considered must possess:
- A relevant degree or diploma in Human Resource Management/Development or Business Management/Administration;
- Sound knowledge and application of Microsoft Office packages;
- Good communication and sound interpersonal skills;;
- An understanding of legislation and developments in respect of education and training;
- The ability to work under pressure;
- The ability to demonstrate a proactive attitude; and
- Knowledge of the mining and minerals sector will be an advantage.
Closing date: 7 November 2012.
Applicants who have not been notified within 1 month after the closing date of the advertisement must accept that their applications were not successful.
Forward your application letter and CV (no certificates) for the attention of the Human Resources, Private Bag x 118, Marshalltown, 2107.
The MOA is an equal opportunity employer.
Preference will be given to affirmative action candidates and people with disabilities.
The MQA reserves the right not to make an appointment.