Transnet Graduate Internship Program For Fresh Graduates
Transnet Capital Projects is now offering challenging career opportunities of graduate internship programs for those who just graduate recently. The disciplines that are prioritized to follow this transnet graduate internship program is Engineering to be placed as Technician in Training and Young Professional in Training. The positions available are civil project management for mechanical, electrical or civil bachelor in engineering and ND Tech engineering. These above positions are offered for 18 months. For you with ND / B Tech quantity surveying OR ND building title, positions as internship in cost engineer and quantity surveyor is available in young professional in training program. These positions are offered for two years. The other young professional in training program is offered for ND / B. Tech environmental management to become environmental officer and ND safety management OR ND environmental health to become safety officials. These positions are offered for two years.
If you are interested to join this transnet graduate internship program, these are the documents that you should prepare; your recent CV will, your application letter that states specifically upon which position you are applying, a copy of driving license that is certified if applicable, a copy of your full academic record that is certified and a copy of your qualifications certificates.
It is time to join Transnet Capital Projects by sending your application to email@example.com. Please note in mind that the closing date for application will be on 27 March 2015. If you do not receive any follow up by thirty days of this due date, you can consider that your application is not successful enough, while the sort-listed candidates will be contacted start in 1 May 2015 for approximate. Candidates who are recently members of the designated groups associated with the Employment Equity Plan and Targets of Transnet Capital Projects will be given preference to join transnet graduate internship program.
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