Companies & Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) Internship Programme 2012
CIPC (a member of the dti) is committed to youth skills development by providing graduates with opportunities to gain work experience to complement their studies. Applications are invited for an Internship Programme that would run for a period of 12 months. Interns will be placed at our Sunnyside Office (Pretoria).
CIPC is an equal opportunity employer and would therefore be guided by the principle of Employment Equity when considering applications. CIPC holds the right to place or not to place applicants, based on its needs and requirements.
What is an Internship?
As contemplated by Cabinet in December 2002, Internships are Public Service graduate work experience programmes targeting unemployed graduates. It gives students workplace experience or an opportunity to practise the work skills that they have studied for and will practise in the future.
Applicants must be graduates in any one of the fields specified below and must be between the age of 18 and 35 years. Successful interns will be expected to sign an Internship Agreement.
Interns are offered R4 000.00, which is standard for all qualifications, namely:
A three- (3-) year National Diploma (ND) or degree obtained from a recognised tertiary institution.
Interns are required in the following divisions:
|Field of Study||Business Unit||Division||No of Interns||Contact Person|
|ND/Degree: Commerce/Administration/Public Management||Client Service||Customer Interface Unit||5||Mr D Raidoo, tel. (012) 394-3940|
|ND/Degree: Accounting/Financial Management/Cost & Management Accounting||Management Accounting||Finance||2||Ms F Matshika, tel. (012) 394-5368|
|ND/Degree: Accounting||Financial Accounting||Finance||2||Mr T Lusenga, tel. (012) 394-5338|
|ND/Degree: Supply Chain/Logistics/ Purchasing and Transport Management||Supply Chain Management||Finance||1||Mr L Chauke, tel. (012) 394-5351|
|ND/Degree: Security, Safety and/or Facilities Management & Administration||Facilities & Security||Finance||2||Mr A Oosthuisen, tel. (012) 394-3961|
|ND/Degree: Communications/Public Relations/Marketing||Communications, Marketing & Stakeholder Relations||Communications, Marketing & Stakeholder Relations||2||Mr S Makhubu, tel. (012) 394-5400|
|ND/Degree: Human Resource Management/ Industrial Psychology/ Public Management||Human Capital||Human Capital||1||Ms N Maynard, tel. (012) 394-3998|
|ND/Degree: HR/Administration/Public Administration/Public Management/Social Science||Organisational Performance||Strategic Support||2||Mr W Nape, tel. (012) 394-5408|
|Degree: Information Technology||Infrastructure Management||Information & Communication Technology||1||Mr E Mojanaga, tel. (012) 394-5520|
|BCom Degree: Financial Management/Business Economics||Compliance and Complaints & Business Rescue||OCIPE||6||Ms A Lotheringen, tel. (012) 394-1512|
|ND/Degree: Internal Auditing/Risk Management||Compliance, Audit & Risk||Compliance, Audit & Risk||3||Ms N Mxaka, tel. (012) 394-5448|
|ND/Degree in Accounting&/or Law||Companies Amendment Stream||Companies||10||Mr V Nkohla, tel. (012) 394-5012|
|ND: Corporate Law/Degree: Law with a Certificate in Corporate Law an added advantage.||New Companies Stream||Companies||10||Mr E Manyelo, tel. (012) 394-5380|