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Pick n Pay is Hiring Various Fields

Pick n Pay is Looking for TVET Graduates for Workplace Placement. Closing Date: 09 August 2019
Location: Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth

Pick n Pay in partnership with the Wholesale and Retail Sector Education and Training Authority (W&RSETA) is looking to recruit young and vibrant graduates from all PUBLIC TVET (Technical Vocational Education and Training) Colleges.
We invite graduates who have completed their 18 month experiential training to participate in the placement programme at various business areas within Pick n Pay Supply Chain.

Requirements

Senior Certificate, with no less than a 3 score in any of the subjects.
Human Resources TVET Diploma
Supply Chain Management TVET Diploma
Financial Management TVET Diploma or
Financial Accounting TVET Diploma
Duties & Responsibilities

Providing a reliable and timeous HR data and reports
Ensure that filing of personnel and recruitment information is done accurately
Ensure that terminated employees are withdrawn from medical aid
Assist employees from both sheds with their queries
(Medical aid, provident fund, payroll, recruitment, IR, etc.)
Assist with medical aid application and requests for new cards.
Advise employees on various medical aid plans.
Compile and distribute weekly & monthly reports on all HR processes
Coordinate all reporting for the entire site (IR, staff complement, etc.)
Arranging counselling for employees when needed
Placing of advertisements on notice boards
Conducting competency based interviews
Conducting exit interviews
Assisting management with drawing up of charge sheets, disciplinary notices and grievances etc, in consultation with the HRO
Facilitate and attend hearings as an HR observer
Ensure that probation reviews and IPAs are completed and filed
Assisting management on completion of reviews and IPAs
Consolidating development plans
Competencies

Completed 18 months workplace experiential Training

How to Apply
Apply Online at Pick n Pay career page

Survey for Cash Programme

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Learnership Programme R4 000 a month

Completed matric and have 3-6 months experience in the contact center.

Have not had the opportunity to earn a qualification or find the organisation that is going to invest in you and provide you with meaningful employment- Look no further.
A leading technology company is wanting to provide our youth with employment.
You will obtain accredited contact center training, product training and on the job experience where you will learn from the BEST.

Many of these top performers have made a career in one of the fastest growing industries in South Africa and started out just like you
To qualify for this life-changing opportunity you need to meet the following criteria

Completed Matric Certificate
Clear Criminal Record
African Male/ Female
Age between 19-27
Be able to speak English and another official South African Language
Travel to Midrand for Training
Work in the contact centre in Randburg
Available to start on the 1 July 2019
Please complete the questionairre and upload your CV to be considered. If you are shortlisted you will be required to send us a whatsapp video

How to Apply

Click here to apply

Cleaners 21 Vacancies

CENTRE :

Alfred Nzo District Ref No:
DRDAR: 73/06/2019 (X3 Posts)
DOHNE Ref No: DRDAR: 74/06/2019 (X3 Posts)

Amatole District Ref No: DRDAR 75/06/2019 (X3 Posts)
Western District Ref No: DRDAR: 76/06/2019 (X3 Posts)

OR Tambo District Ref No: DRDAR: 77/06/2019 (X3 Posts)

Chris Hani District Ref No: DRDAR: 78/06/2019 (X3 Posts)

Joe Gqabi District Ref No: DRDAR: 79/06/2019 (X3 Posts)

REQUIREMENTS :

Grade 10 or Grade 12 plus appropriate experience relating to general cleaning and maintenance.
Candidates will be subjected to a competency exercise.
TRACTOR DRIVER

REF NO: DRDAR: 72/06/2019

CENTRE : DOHNE

REQUIREMENTS :

Grade 10, Grade 12 will be an added advantage.
Driver’s License Code 8 or Code 10.
Basics of tractor maintenance.
Previous relevant work experience of two years driving tractors.
Candidates will be subjected to a competency assessment.
SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK

REF NO: DRDAR: 71/06/2019

CENTRE : Chris Hani District

REQUIREMENTS :

A qualification at NQF level 6 in Finance or equivalent.
At least 2 years’ relevant experience in finance management.
Computer literacy and knowledge of BAS/Persal will be advantageous.
Knowledge of PFMA National Treasury Regulations as well as MS Excel Spreadsheet, MS Word and word perfect will be an added advantage.
Ability to work under pressure.
Good interpersonal skills and verbal and written communication skills.
A valid driver’s license will be an added advantage.
REGISTRY CLERK

CENTRE :

Joe Gqabi District Ref No: DRDAR: 56/06/2019

Alfred Nzo District Ref No: DRDAR: 57/06/2019

Amatole District Ref No: DRDAR: 58/06/2019

Western District Ref No: DRDAR: 59/06/2019

OR Tambo District Ref No: DRDAR: 60/06/2019

Chris Hani District Ref No: DRDAR: 61/06/2019

REQUIREMENTS :
A qualification at NQF level 6 in Records Management or equivalent qualification with one (1) year relevant experience.
Computer literacy.
A valid EB Driver’s license will be an added advantage.
Knowledge of registry procedures, policies and exposure to general Office Administration.
Excellent interpersonal relations and communication skills. (Ms Packages) including Ms Word and Excel.
Ability to maintain high level of professionalism, confidentiality and reliability.
Ability to work under pressure, independently and as part of a team.
Good office practice.
Candidates will be subjected to a competency assessment.
HOW TO APPLY
Applications must be submitted on the Application for Employment Z83 Form – CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM obtainable from any Public Service Department or go to www.dpsa.gov.za and should be accompanied by a comprehensive CV, including at least two contactable referees, and certified copies of qualifications, driver’s license (where applicable) and Identity Document (with an original certification stamp) The Z83 form must be signed by an original signatures.

It is the responsibility of applicants in possession of foreign qualifications to submit evaluated results by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA). All shortlisted candidates will be subjected to a technical exercise that intends to test relevant elements of the job.

Applicants must quote the relevant reference number for the post as advertised. For SMS post: Females and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply and will be given preference and short listed candidates will be required to undergo competency assessments. If you have not been contacted within three (3) months of the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

The Department of Provincial Treasury welcomes people with disabilities and they may be given preference.

All short listed candidates will be required to undergo pre-employment screening. All the appointments are subject to security vetting results. Applications from all racial groups are welcome.

However, in making appointments to the posts the department will give preference to some employment equity target groups based on the Employment Equity Plan of the Department.

Failure to submit a comprehensive CV, academic qualifications and the signed Z83 form will result in the disqualification of the application from the process.

Applications received after closing date will not be considered.

No faxed/email applications will be accepted. For all posts people with disabilities will be given preference.

OR
Z83 Form – CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FORM

Social Auxiliary Workers X69 Positions

SOCIAL AUXILIARY WORKER X69
CENTRES : EKURHULENI SD/2019/05/01 X10,

WEST RAND SD/2019/05/02 X7,
JOHANNSBURG METRO SD/2019/05/03 X 23, TSHWANE
SD/2019/05/04 X9, SEDIBENG SD/2019/05/05 X12, WALTER SISULU
SD/2019/05/06 X3, DR FABIAN AND FLORENCE RIBEIRO
SD/2019/05/07 X1, DESMOND TUTU SD/2019/05/08 X1, ZANELE
MBEKI SD/2019/05/09 X3,
SALARY : R 148 215 – R 265 320 per annum (within the OSD Framework)

REQUIREMENTS : Grade 12 Further Education Training Certificate (FETC) NQF level 4 plus
registration with the SACSSP as a Social Auxiliary Worker. Submission of valid proof of registration with the South African Council for Social Service
Professions (SACSSP). Knowledge and understanding of Social
dynamics, human behaviour and social systems. Knowledge of Social
legislation, policies and ethical practices governing field and intake
programmes. Skills and Competencies: Good Communication, Problem
solving, Report writing, Team work and Collaboration, skills. Must be
innovative, caring and professional

DUTIES : Liaise with beneficiaries and conduct visits to children and youth in
conflict with the law in raising awareness to the public about probation
services. Provide probation services programmes and prepare logistics
in preparation for progress reports on home based supervision. Perform
administrative functions and assist in taking minutes during meetings and
conduct file verification and create beneficiary records on SAP.

ENQUIRIES : Mr S Makgorogo Tel- (011) 950 7803- West Rand Region, Mr A Kotsedi
Tel-(012) 359 3314- Tshwane Region, Ms T Mokgokolushi Tel: (011) 938
0004 – Walter Sisulu, Ms Z Nhlapo (011) 817 7303 – Zanele Mbeki, Ms
S Hutchinson (012) 734 8377 – Dr Fabian and Florence, Mr D Barnard
Tel- (012) 564 0640 – Desmond Tutu, Ms C Dukwana Tel-(011) 355
9502- Johannesburg Metro Region, Ms L Harmse-Tel (016) 930 2055-
Sedibeng Region, Ms R Makhalemele-Tel (011) 820 0336 -Ekurhuleni
Region,
CLOSING DATE : 31 May 2019
NOTES : ERRORS & OMISSIONS EXPECTED:
The Department reserves the right to fill or not to fill this position(s).

Applications can be delivered to- The Gauteng Department of Social
Development.

West Rand Region, 16 Human Street, Krugersdorp. For
attention Mr S Makgorogo. Tel:(011) 950 7782/ 7700 or posted to Private Bag X 2068, Krugersdorp, 1740,

Walter Sisulu Centre, No 3 Modder
Street, Noordgesis, 1804 for attention – T Mokgokolushi Tel: (011) 938
0004,

Dr Fabian and Florence Ribeiro Treatment Centre, Zonderwater
Road, Next to Zonderwater Prison, Cullinan or Private Bag X 1004,
Cullinan, 1000 for attention Ms S Hutchison (012) 734 8377,

Zanele Mbeki Frail Care Centre, 3 Vlakfontein Road, Dunnotar, 1496 for attention Ms Z Nhlapo Tel: (011) 817 7303, ,

Ekurhuleni Region 40 Catlin Street, Germiston,1400 or posted to -Private Bag x1008, Germiston, 1400 for Attention- Ms R Makhalemele, Tel- (011) 820 0336,

Johannesburg Metro Region 91 Commissioner Street,Private Bag x1
Johannesburg, 2000- Attention Ms C Dukwana Tel-(011) 355 9502,
Sedibeng Region, 3 Moshoeshoe Street, Sebokeng- for attention Ms L
Harmse Tel (016) 930 2055, Tshwane Region, South Tower, Fedsure
Building, 268 Cnr Lillian Ngoyi & Pretorius Street, Pretoria, 0164 for
attention- Mr A Kotsedi Tel-(012) 359 3314.

Amanda Black releases new video dedicated to all women

The much anticipated video of Amanda Black’s hit single, Thandwa Ndim, debuts tomorrow (Friday May 17), and the singer says it tackles the scourge of gender-based violence through the stories of women.

Talking to City Press at the Africa Creative Agency offices at Waterfall City on Wednesday, the 26-year-old singer-song writer said that it might surprise music lovers.

“In the video we are exploring women’s stories. The women are telling their stories because more often than not we always look at the abuser and then we forget about the women. The women tell their own stories and that’s what the video will do. It will allow women to tell their own stories,” she said.

Released in February this year, Thandwa Ndim – a Xhosa expression meaning loved by me – seeks to encourage women to love themselves first and realise their self-worth.

“The song is about self-love. I tell the story of a woman in an abusive relationship and goes through all the emotional cycles. She needs to leave but she doesn’t know how. She knows she has to leave but she doesn’t feel she is strong enough to leave,” she told City Press.

“She goes through the emotions throughout the song but in the end she realises, looking in the mirror that: ‘I will be loved by myself.’

“My hope is that this song reaches as many women as possible. The way I wrote the song, I wanted to focus on the emotional. I wanted to focus on the things that we cannot see that abuse creates – the effects of abuse. My hope for the song is that women can find that strength within themselves.”

Speaking about the song, Black said it was inspired by the way in which abuse had become the norm in South Africa, it inspired her to write a song that would empower women who found themselves in abusive relationships.

“This song has very strong messaging of things that I saw and felt from people around me and obviously South Africa at large especially with abuse becoming the epidemic that it has become,” she said.

“I drew a lot from people’s stories, strengths, emotions and everything that they have been through, that’s how this song became powerful because of my story and other people’s stories.”

Zodwa Wabantu on proposing to her bae: If you love your man, why wait?

Eat your hearts out, ladies, Ntobeko Linda is off the market. This after Zodwa popped the question to her lifetime bae.

Zodwa Wabantu took to Instagram on Sunday to share a video of her going down on one her knee at Eyadini Lounge, in Durban, and asking Ntobeko to marry her.

And get outfits ready fam, the wedding is in June.

Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Zodwa said that the clock is ticking for her to get married and so she decided to take the initiative before Ntobeko “runs away”.

“I love him, he has been with me through it all. I’m old and checking my time to marry him before I run out of time or he leaves me.”

Zodwa took to Instagram to reveal that the rings were worth a combined R61,000

She said that she bought the ring from the money she made from twerking and dancing.

She said her bae was taken by surprise by the proposal.

Ntobeko told TshisaLIVE that he was over the moon and ready to marry his fiancée

“This is not a public stunt. It’s real and I can’t wait for our marriage journey. I love her because she’s truthful and fights for what she wants. I’m head over heels with my queen.”

While the fact that Zodwa proposed may have raised eyebrows, Ntobeko said he was not worried about those people calling him names.

“What’s the difference if the engagement proposal is done by a man or woman. I don’t care what people say because they have been calling us names.

“If you love your man why wait for him to put a ring on it? You can also do the same if you are in a relationship.”

It’s 2019 ladies, what are we waiting for? Let’s put the ring on it

Zodwa Wabantu took to Instagram on Sunday to share a video of her going down on one her knee at Eyadini Lounge, in Durban, and asking Ntobeko to marry her.

And get outfits ready fam, the wedding is in June.

Speaking to TshisaLIVE, Zodwa said that the clock is ticking for her to get married and so she decided to take the initiative before Ntobeko “runs away”.

“I love him, he has been with me through it all. I’m old and checking my time to marry him before I run out of time or he leaves me.”

Zodwa took to Instagram to reveal that the rings were worth a combined R61,000

She said that she bought the ring from the money she made from twerking and dancing.

She said her bae was taken by surprise by the proposal.

Ntobeko told TshisaLIVE that he was over the moon and ready to marry his fiancée

“This is not a public stunt. It’s real and I can’t wait for our marriage journey. I love her because she’s truthful and fights for what she wants. I’m head over heels with my queen.”

While the fact that Zodwa proposed may have raised eyebrows, Ntobeko said he was not worried about those people calling him names.

“What’s the difference if the engagement proposal is done by a man or woman. I don’t care what people say because they have been calling us names.

“If you love your man why wait for him to put a ring on it? You can also do the same if you are in a relationship.”

It’s 2019 ladies, what are we waiting for? Let’s put the ring on it

Interview Questions You Must Know By Heart

Another one of many articles about presenting yourself as the best candidate. This time, the focus is on job interviews (any interview etc…).

I am writing with the hope that many of you will add to this as I believe interviews differ by job type and field. So here is what you should know like your ABCs…

Before The Interview

  1. Draw a line down the center of a piece of paper. On the left side, make a list of what the employer is looking for based on the job requirements. On the right side, make a list of the qualities you possess that fit those requirements.
  2. Research the company, their industry and their competition.
  3. Prepare your 60-second personal statement (your answer to the “tell me about yourself” question).
  4. Write at least five success stories to answer behavioral interview questions (“Tell me about a time when…” or “Give me an example of a time…”).
  5. List five questions to ask the interviewer about the job, the company and the industry
  6. Research salary data to determine your worth.
  7. Determine your salary needs based on your living expenses.
  8. Get permission from your references to use their names.

Basic Questions You Should Know By Heart

  1. Tell us about yourself.
  2. What do you know about this company?
  3. What are your goals?
  4. What are your strengths and weaknesses?
  5. Why do you want to work for this company?
  6. What has been your most significant achievement?
  7. How would your last boss and colleagues describe you? (If you worked before)
  8. Why should we hire you?
  9. What are your salary expectations?

In addition to the above, here is the four questions I think we should all ask during a job interview:

  1. What do you expect me to accomplish in the first 3 months of the job?
    What you are saying: “I want to make a difference – right away” 
  2. What are the common attributes of your top performers?
    What you are saying: “I want to be a great long-term employee”.
  3. What are some of the things that really drive results for the company?
    What you are saying: “I want to add value to the company – and so you want to know the secret”.
  4. How do you plan to deal with…?
    You did your research about the company right? So, there must be something a competitor is doing well which the company should do something about in order to remain at the top. Or a negative comment your read about the company online…

In addition to the above, here is a list of questions you can and should ask at every level of the interview and why. This is geared towards experienced jobseekers…

Questions to Ask the Recruiter/HR

How would you describe the culture of the company?

  • Helps you get a feel for the company from an employee outside the direct organization you will be working for.

What do most people like about working here (the company)?

  • Similar to the above question, helps you to get an impression on why you would want to work at this company.

What is the average length of time someone stays at the company?

  • Can help you tell if this is a short term company people are using as a resume builder, potentially bad company where people don’t stay long, or somewhere you can expect to have the potential for a long career.

Why is the position available?

Will there be a hand over period so that I can best understand the role and process?

What are your training & development initiatives?

Questions To Ask The Hiring Manager

What can I expect to learn from you?

  • Gives you a sense of how the manager sees him/herself and what skills they can pass on to you.

What is your biggest accomplishment?

  • Can get an idea of what they feel is an accomplishment.

What do you value most in an employee?

  • Helps you get an idea of what the manager is looking for.
  • Helps you know if you fit those skills and can be successful or if possibly not a good fit.

What do you like most about working there?

  • Further digging into the company and more specifically the individual organization you would be working for.

What is the most important thing I can do to ensure that you feel I have done a good job in my first six months?

  • Helps to defines expectations of the position clearly so that you can determine if it’s the right pace and skill-set for you are you going to be able to meet those expectations to ultimately be successful.

Follow up Questions to Ask Dir. and up

What is your vision for the team?

  • Helps to give you an idea of the direction the senior management/executives have for the team.

What do you like best about an employee?

What kind of accomplishments can I help the team make in the first year to make you feel like we are exceeding expectations?

  • Similar to the question asked of the hiring manager, this gives an idea of what you will need to contribute to exceed their expectations and grow the team.

What do you see as the future of the company in the next 5 years?

  • Let’s you know if the plan is to grow the company, move in another direction, some inclination of where you might fit in that plan.

What reservations do you have about me as a candidate right now that I might be able to address?

  • Gives you a chance to address any concerns they may have right away before they dwell on them and make decisions on things you might be able to change.

After The Interview

  1. As soon as possible, write down what you are thinking and feeling.
  2. Later in the day, review what you wrote, and assess how you did.
  3. Write a follow-up thank-you letter/email. Please make sure to remind the interviewer of your qualities.