Human Resources Internship Opportunity At WURTH
We are looking for talented individuals for our HR Internship. The duration of the Internship is 12 months.
The Würth Group is the world market leader in assembly and fastening material and it currently consists of over 400 companies in more than 80 countries and we currently have a vacancy for Human Resources Intern at our Head Office in Kempton Park
- Matric or equivalent
- Currently studying towards a Human Resources Management qualification
- HR Degree will be advantageous
- Excellent computer skills and proficient in Excel, Word, Outlook and PowerPoint
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
- Basic understanding of South African labour laws
HOW TO APPLY
- EE candidates (African, Indian and Coloured) aged between 18-35.
- Matric or Equivalent with Mathematics, English as the home language or at least 2 additional African languages as subjects.
- No experience required, therefore unemployed candidates will be given preference.
- Valid driver’s license is compulsory and candidates will be assessed on their driving capabilities.
- Clear Criminal Record.
- Clear Credit History.
- Management reserves the right to use additional or relevant information as criteria for short-listing.
The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) invites all innovative and talented applicants to apply for its Information Technology Internship (Grow-IT) opportunity. The SARB actively contributes to addressing scarce and critical skills through this programme.
The Gauteng Provincial Government and the Gauteng Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in partnership with Tshepo 1 Million have exciting short-term work experience opportunities for over 1,400 young graduates in Gauteng.
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