Posted on :
13 Sep, 2012
The National Horseracing Authority of Southern Africa (NHA), previously known as The Jockey Club, is a professional regulatory body for both the sport of Thoroughbred horseracing and the breeding of Thoroughbred horses in Southern Africa.
The main function of the NHA is to maintain and enhance the sport of horseracing with the highest standards of professionalism and integrity.
An opportunity exists for three persons who have a high level of interest in sport and sports administration to receive training in all aspects of the horseracing sector with a view to being employed in a capacity best suited to the candidate’s and the sector’s needs.
Trainees will follow a programme designed to give them a broad understanding of the administration and control of the sport of horseracing.
During the programme, Trainees will receive tuition and instruction in an effort to equip them with the necessary skills to fulfil a role within the sport of horseracing.
The final deployment of the Trainee will take into account the strengths of the Trainee as well as the needs within the administration and regulation of horseracing.
For these posts we seek particularly to attract Black South Africans.
Candidates who have not been contacted within two weeks after the closing date should assume that their applications were unsuccessful