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BBD Bursary, Graduate and Learnership Opportunities

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30 Mar, 2016

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Bursaries in South Africa, Graduate Jobs in South Africa, Learnerships in South Africa

At BBD they are committed to providing opportunities for students and professionals looking to make a difference and work on exciting projects that vary from day to day.

The projects that we design and implement have a tangible effect on people from all walks of life, and so we ask for nothing less but total dedication, absolute professionalism and unbridled enthusiasm (bordering on the manic) from our new recruits.

BURSARY PROGRAMME

Are you?

  • A South African citizen currently studying at a South African high school?
  • Preparing to study at a South African university?
  • Passionate about creating and building software?
  • Studying Computer Science, Software and Computer Engineering, Informatics or any related IT fields?
  • Do you have a minimum academic average of 65% in the above subjects?

If this sounds like you, and you’re chomping at the bit to get your IT-related degree, so that you can wow the world with your software skills, then BBD’s Bursary Programme could help you with some of the costs associated with your university studies.

These include tuition fees, prescribed books, accommodation and meals, and a monthly allowance for food…. Or computer games.

LEARNERSHIP PROGRAMME

Do you have:

  • A National Diploma in IT or equivalent?
  • Less than 1 year working experience?
  • South African citizenship?
  • Good written and verbal communication skills?
  • An open mind and an awesome work ethic?
  • A strong sense of self discipline, personal accountability and urgency?
  • Attention to detail?
  • A professional, enthusiastic approach to learning and teamwork?

You could be a candidate for a BBD Learnership programme.

This is a 12-month, work-based learning programme that combines a structured learning component with practical work experience.

Incumbents are paid a minimum monthly stipend during the programme (starving is for artists, not programmers), and upon completion, gain a nationally recognised IT qualification.

There are only 10 vacancies for the programme, with two intakes in February and August of each year… so things might get a little bit ‘Hunger Games’ if you leave your application too late.

GRADUATE EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMME

Do you have:

  • BSc Computer Science/ Engineering in IT or equivalent?
  • 65% average academic results?
  • Less than 1 year working experience?
  • Good verbal and written communication skills?
  • An open mind and an awesome work ethic?
  • The ability to work within an unstructured environment?
  • A strong sense of self discipline, personal accountability and urgency?
  • Attention to detail?
  • A professional, enthusiastic approach to learning and teamwork?

Every year, BBD hires 7 talented graduates from all over the country to join our team.

In addition to invaluable experience at South Africa’s largest and longest standing, custom software development company, these applicants also have the opportunity to work for a permanent position at BBD (which comes with VIP access to the cappuccino machine)

Click Here to BURSARY, GRADUATE and LEARNERSHIPS AT BBD

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