Transnet In-Training For Young Professionals
The purpose of the Young Professional in Training Programme is to develop a pipeline for key roles within Transnet Port Terminals (TPT) through a structured 24-month training programme.
The programme seeks to place Young Professional in specific areas within TPT according to their academic background, career aspirations and business requirements.
Follow a structure training programme
- Undergo performance reviews and assessments every 6 (six) months
- Submit monthly reports
- Perform all duties as contained in his/her development programme, as well as which he/she may reasonably be required to perform by Transnet Port Terminals
- Bachelor's degree or NQF level 7 equivalent in Corporate Affairs , Stakeholder Engagement
- Incumbent to be based at TPT Port Elizabeth
HOW TO APPLY
It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that HR has received the application before the closing date of the advertisement.
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