SASSA Head Office Internships 2023 / 2024

Company : South African Social Security Agency – SASSA Head Office Internships
Location: Pretoria, South Africa
Closing date: 19 September 2023
SASSA Head Office Internships 2023

SASSA Head Office Internships

The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) is inviting unemployed graduates, throughout
South Africa, to apply for our Internship Programme. All applicants must be between the ages of
18 – 35 years and be South African citizens.


Successful candidates will be appointed for 24 months internship contract. An all-inclusive
monthly stipend of R7 043.00 will be payable.


The following Internship Positions are open for applications:
Human Capital Management Intern
Ref No: SAS H/O S&B 06/09/2023-06
National Diploma / B-Tech / Degree in:

  • Human Resources Management
  • Public Management
  • Administration
    Internal Audit Intern
    Ref No: SAS H/O S&B 06/09/2023-07
    National Diploma / B-Tech / Degree in:
  • Internal Audit / Accounting (Majoring in Internal Auditing / Financial Information System)

Information and Communication Technology Intern: SASSA Head Office Internships

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Ref No: SAS H/O S&B 06/09/2023-08
National Diploma / B-Tech / Degree in:

  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Library Information Science
  • Information Studies
    Library Information Sciences Intern
    Ref No: SAS H/O S&B 06/09/2023-09
    National Diploma / B-Tech / Degree in:
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Library Information Science
  • Information Studies

  • Finance Intern
    Ref No: SAS H/O S&B 06/09/2023-10
    National Diploma / B-Tech / Degree in:
  • Financial Accounting
  • Financial Accounting (with Governance, Risk and Compliance as Modules)


    Facilities and Auxiliary Support Services Intern SASSA Head Office Internships
    Ref No: SAS H/O S&B 06/09/2023-11
    National Diploma / B-Tech / Degree in:
  • Records Management
  • Archive Management
  • Information Management
  • Facilities Management
  • Property Management
  • Public Administration
    Fraud and Corruption Investigations Intern
    Ref No: SAS H/O S&B 06/09/2023-12
    National Diploma / B-Tech / Degree in:
  • Law
  • Policing
  • Police Science
  • Forensic Investigation
  • Compliance Management
    Fraud Management and Compliance Intern
    Ref No: SAS H/O S&B 06/09/2023-13
    National Diploma / B-Tech / Degree in:
  • Law
  • Policing
  • Police Science
  • Forensic Investigation
  • Compliance Management
    Marketing and Communication Intern
    Ref No: SAS H/O S&B 06/09/2023-14
    National Diploma / B-Tech / Degree in:
  • Public Relations
  • Communication
  • Media Studies
  • Multimedia Journalism
    Legal Services Intern
    Ref No: SAS H/O S&B 06/09/2023-15
  • LLB Degree

How to Apply Download Z83 Application Form 


Required Documents:Applicants should send the following
  • Fully completed signed Z83Detailed / comprehensive CV,Certified copies of qualifications
  •  NB. Please Quote the relevant reference number as per the advert Send Applications to:Head Office: Attention: Human Capital Management,SASSA P/Bag x55662,Arcadia, Pretorius,0083.or

     

    Hand deliver to: SASSA House, 501 Prodinsa Building, Cnr Steve Biko and Pretorius Street, Arcadia, 0001.

    Enquiries: Mr Justice Matshikiri 012 400 2343 Failure to comply with the above requirements may results your application been disqualified

    NB. Correspondences will only be limited to the shortlisted candidates, if you have not been contacted within 3 months after the closing date of the advertisement, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful. 

    Here are the general steps to apply for a SASSA internship:

    1. Check Eligibility: Ensure you meet the eligibility criteria for the specific internship program you’re interested in. These criteria can vary depending on the internship position, but they often include having the relevant educational qualifications and being a South African citizen.
    2. Find Internship Opportunities: Look for internship opportunities on the SASSA website, as well as on government job portals and career websites. SASSA typically posts internship opportunities when they become available.
    3. Prepare Required Documents: Gather the necessary documents, which usually include:
      • A well-prepared CV or resume.
      • Certified copies of your academic qualifications.
      • A certified copy of your South African ID.
      • A cover letter explaining why you are interested in the internship and what skills and qualities you can bring to the position.
      • Any other documents specified in the internship posting.
    4. Complete the Application Form: Fill out the internship application form provided by SASSA or the relevant government department. This form may be available for download on their website or through the application portal.
    5. Submit Your Application: Follow the instructions in the internship posting for submitting your application. This may involve sending your application and documents via email or applying through an online portal.
    6. Wait for Feedback: SASSA will review all applications and shortlist candidates for interviews or assessments. If you are selected for an interview, be prepared to demonstrate your qualifications, skills, and interest in the internship position.
    7. Interview and Assessment: Attend any interviews or assessments scheduled by SASSA. Be sure to research the organization and the specific internship role beforehand to prepare for the interview.
    8. Receive an Offer: If you are successful, you will receive an internship offer from SASSA. Review the terms and conditions of the internship and decide whether to accept the offer.
    9. Internship Period: If you accept the offer, you will begin your internship at the specified start date. Be sure to complete all required paperwork and orientations.

    Please note that application procedures and requirements can change, so it’s essential to visit the official SASSA website or contact their human resources department for the most accurate and current information regarding internship opportunities and application processes. Additionally, keep an eye on job portals and government career websites for updated internship listings.

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