SARS seeks to be an employer of choice, not only amongst the public service agencies, but also in the private sector.
In the 2012 Companies of the Future publication, SARS came out at number seven in two successive years for being one of the most sought-after employers by Commerce students at South African Universities
This was ahead of many top JSE-listed companies. In the 2012/13 Universum Student Survey of all universities and universities of technology in South Africa, SARS was ranked at number three by Business, Management and Commerce students as an ideal employer.
Internships are work-based training programmes that offer trainees work experience.
Interns are placed on a 24 month contract and receive a monthly stipend.
internships are aimed at matriculants and final year students at Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), Further Education and Training
Matriculants with good scores in English and mathematics or accounting are considered for the Learnership Programme which is work-based and combines a structured learning component along with practical work experience.
The Internship Programme helps interns to gain work experience and meet the requirement of the Higher Education Institutions in order to be awarded their qualifications.
Applications for the Internship programme are now open. We have 64 Internship Programme vacancies.
What we expect from all interns:
- A quarterly report of their academic progress
- A written essay on their experience at Musa and portfolio companies
- Be professional
- Be creative
- Show initiative
- Learn new skills and improve skills you already have
- Be on time
- Be responsible
- When you’re not sure, ask
- Be part of a team
- Be smart with your time
The Internship programme places successful applicants within Divisions of SARS to provide a combination of structured learning and workplace experience.
Internship are offered a 24 month contract and receive a monthly stipend.