DST-NRF Internship Programme 2013/14
There are 1 year job opportunities for post-grad students to work at a university. The ADU (SAFRING, MammalMAP, SABAP2) has applied for students. Read more below and apply here.
Only university graduates with Bachelor’s, Honours, BTech, MTech or Master’s degrees may apply. People holding a National Diploma, DTech and PhD need not apply.
Interns will receive a monthly salary ranging between R5 445 and R7 260 per month - depending on their level of qualification.
Who is Eligible to Apply?
Unemployed South African university graduates and postgraduates in the Science, Engineering, and Technology (SET) Research and Development fields are eligible. Non-South Africans need not apply. Applicants should not be older than 35 years at the time of submission of application. Candidates with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Successful applicants will be placed in various institutions throughout the country and should thus apply for a position available in the Province where they would like to be placed. The NRF does not pay relocation costs to appointed candidates who need to relocate to another Province.
The internship programme is offered for a period of 12 months. Successful candidates will be required to sign an internship contract for the duration of the internship period. Successful candidates will start their internship on 1 April 2013.
How to Apply?
All applications must be submitted online here and click on ‘vacancies internship’. Please also attach certified copies of qualifications, academic records and your South African Identity Document. NB: Applicants may only submit a maximum of three applications, each specifying one area of specialisation the candidate is applying for. No e-mailed or faxed applications will be considered.
Enquiries: Monwabisi Mfihlo, tel. (012) 481-4023 or Sello Raseruthe, tel. (012) 481-4388/4049.
Closing date: 5 October 2012
NB: Applications received after the closing date will not be considered. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If no correspondence has been received within four months of the closing date, applicants should consider their applications unsuccessful.