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TROPICAN LIFE| Human Capital Learnership Programme 2024

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TROPICAN LIFE| Human Capital Learnership Programme 2024

TROPICAN LIFE| Human Capital Learnership Programme 2024. Metropolitan Life is currently seeking applications from recent graduates for its Human Capital Learnership Programme 2024 in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

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Learnership Purpose

The Human Capital Learnership Programme is designed to provide learners with valuable workplace experience within the field of Human Capital. Participants will have the opportunity to work closely with specialists and experts in the Human Capital community to enhance their knowledge and skills.

Closing date: 12 January 2024

Reference Number MMH221212-4
Job Title Hc Administrator Intern – Durban
Position Type Internship
Role Family Operations
Cluster Metropolitan Life
Remote Opportunity None of the time

About Metropolitan

Metropolitan is a renowned financial services brand with a 116-year legacy in South Africa. Dedicated to serving the communities it operates in, Metropolitan focuses on empowering people through affordable financial solutions that foster financial growth and security. Operating not only in South Africa but also in 12 other African countries, Metropolitan offers various financial wellness solutions to meet the needs of its diverse client base.

Key Duties and Responsibilities

Bulk Recruitment Administrative Support

    • Prepare and post job advertisements on relevant platforms.
    • Review and screen CVs, shortlisting candidates based on selection criteria.
    • Conduct telephonic interviews to assess candidate suitability.

Candidate Checks and Logistics Coordination

      • Conduct reference, probity, and background checks on shortlisted candidates.
      • Coordinate logistical arrangements for recruitment and assessment processes.
      • Support the onboarding and integration program for new employees.

Data Management and Documentation

    • Capture and maintain employee and position management data on the relevant system.
    • Ensure data quality and integrity standards are adhered to.
    • Compile and submit HR documentation to relevant stakeholders.
    • Accurately capture employee contracts on the system.

Payroll Processing and Exit Procedures

    • Submit contracts and payroll documentation to payroll within agreed timeframes.
    • Quality-check payroll documentation for completeness.
    • Facilitate the exit process by providing relevant documentation and coordinating logistics.

Project Support

    • Assist the HR team with projects and research on an ad hoc basis.

Requirements

  • Matric or NQF 4 equivalent.
  • Relevant Human Resources certificate or similar.
  • Unemployed and South African citizen by birth.

Skills and Competencies

  • Eye for Detail.
  • Energetic and Self-Motivated.
  • Insatiable Curiosity.
  • Innovative and Brave.
  • Collaborate across Boundaries.
  • Diversity and Inclusiveness.

How to Apply

Interested candidates can apply through the Metropolitan careers portal, accessible via the link provided below.

Conclusion

Metropolitan Life’s Human Capital Learnership Program 2024 offers recent graduates valuable workplace experience. Applicants can apply through the Metropolitan careers portal, embracing diversity and fostering innovation in human resources.

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NEMISA Internship Programme

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NEMISA Internship Programme

NEMISA Internship Programme. The National Electronic Media Institute of South Africa (NEMISA) is dedicated to nurturing talent and empowering South Africa youth. As part of this commitment, NEMISA offers a 24-month internship programme designed to provide valuable work experience to unemployed graduates who have completed qualifications at a minimum NQF Level 5-8.

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Opportunities Across Various Disciplines

NEMISA’s internship programme covers a wide range of disciplines, including:

  1. Television: Gain hands-on experience in television production and broadcasting.
  2. Radio Broadcasting: Learn the ins and outs of radio broadcasting, from content creation to technical operations.
  3. Graphic Design: Develop your skills in graphic design, creating visual content for various media platforms.
  4. Web Development: Explore the world of web development, creating and maintaining websites.
  5. Administration: Get valuable administrative experience, supporting the day-to-day operations of NEMISA.
  6. Digital Marketing: Learn about digital marketing strategies and techniques to promote NEMISA’s initiatives.
  7. Business Development: Gain insight into business development processes and strategies.
  8. Animation: Explore the art of animation, creating engaging and creative content.

How to Apply

To apply for NEMISA internship programme, candidates must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a South African citizen.
  • Have completed a qualification at a minimum NQF Level 5-8.
  • Be unemployed.

Interested candidates can visit NEMISA’s official website for more information on how to apply.

Conclusion

NEMISA internship programme offers a unique opportunity for graduates to gain practical experience in their chosen fields. By participating in this programme, interns not only enhance their skills but also contribute to the growth and development of South Africa’s media industry. Apply now and be part of this exciting journey with NEMISA!

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