The learnership is a 12 month programme which will allocate successful candidates to various areas in the bank where they will be spending time applying their learning, when they are not formally or informally engaged in training activities.
What’s in it for successful candidates?
- Successful candidates will be required to sign a 12 month fixed term employment contract as well as a learnership agreement.
- They will not be paid a salary but will receive a learner allowance of R 3,500-00 (taxed as per SARS tax table) per month for the duration of the learnership.
- Upon successful completion, candidates will obtain a recognised Core Banking and Financial Services (NQF 5) Qualification
- Be between the ages of 18-30
- Be able to speak, read and write English
- Have completed Matric and passed Mathematics and/or Maths Literacy and/or Accounting with minimum 60%
- Be computer literate
- Not be permanently employed
- Not be studying at any other institution
- Not be registered on any other learnership What is the Recruitment process?
Anticipated start date of Learnership 1st March 2017. Candidates will be required to complete relevant assessments
The following checks will be conducted:
- Register for Employees Dismissed (RED) checks;
- Credit and criminal record checks;
- Reference checks with previous employers;
- Verification of educational qualifications;
- and Proof of South African citizenship/South African residency/work permit.