West Coast District Municipality hereby invites applications for Finance Internship / Graduate Programme for 2018 /2019.
At least a three-year Bachelors degree or National Diploma with majors in Accounting, Economics or Finance, including either Risk Management and/or Auditing • willingness to sign an internship agreement in addition to the employment contract (in order to ensure commitment to the programme which requires, amongst other things, full participation in the educational and workplace assignments and observance of policies and procedures) • 21 – 35
years of age.
The MFMIP is a structured professional training and work experience programme with the goal of providing high-quality training and practical exposure in all aspects of a Municipal Budget and Treasury Office, which is governed by the Municipal Finance Management Act, Act 56 of 2003 and the underlying reforms. The pro
gramme has a logical training sequence that builds on the skills and competencies acquired during university and technikon training. It ends where appropriate, with the credits for or a qualification in Municipal Finance Management in line with the Municipal Minimum Competency Regulations, Gazette 29967 of June 2007.
Term of Contract: One-year contract with the option of renewal for a further year.
Focus Areas:Internal Auditing & Finance.
The prescribed application forms are available during office hours from Ms P.S. Boer on 022 433 8400 or on the web site at www.westcoastdm.co.za/vacancies.html. Completed application forms, accompanied by comprehensive CVs and certified copies of diplomas/certificates/ registrations and driver’slicences, are to be forwarded to West Coast District Municipality, Human Resources: Recruitment & Selection, P.O. Box 242, Moorreesburg 7310.
Please Note: Council reserves the right not to make an appointment. No late applications, or applications via fax or e-mail, will be accepted. CVs will not be returned to candidates. Canvassing will disqualify a candidate.
Should no feedback from this office be received within 60 days of the closing date, candidates
may assume that their applications have been unsuccessful.