Posted on :
27 May, 2011
The South African Reserve Bank is an institution committed to transformation, excellence and the recruitment of individuals who have the potential and attributes to thrive in a changing and goal-orientated environment Cadet Graduate Programme in Central Banking.
The primary purpose of the South African Reserve Bank
The primary goal of the South African Reserve Bank (the Bank) is the achievement and maintenance of price stability in the interest of balanced economic growth and development.
The Bank not only endeavours to execute this goal for the benefit of the entire South African community, but it also plays an active role in the continued development of talented graduates in the country.
Purpose of the Cadet Graduate Programme in Central Banking This programme equips successful graduates with the requisite knowledge of, and skills in, the functioning of the financial sector in general and, specifically, on the role of the Bank in the economy.
In addition, at the end of the term successful graduates will be awarded the Programme in International and Central Banking qualification, which is issued by the University of South Africa.
All cadets will be stationed at the Bank’s Head Office in Pretoria from January to December 2012.
During this period they will receive work-based learning and attend the formal academic programmes in central banking, which are offered by the South African Reserve Bank College (SARB College).
These cadets will also receive a competitive contract salary for the duration of the programme and the option to join the Bank’s medical aid scheme.
If you are a South African citizen with a degree in the areas of economics, money and banking, accounting, econometrics, business statistics or commercial law, earned in the past two years, you are welcome to apply to attend this programme.
How to apply
All interested parties are invited to fax their application forms (available at www.reservebank.co.za>SARB College>Cadet Graduate Programme) and a certified copy of their latest academic records to the Human Resources Department, for the attention of the Manager: Recruitment and Selection at 012 313-4555 or, alternatively, forward the documents to the following e-mail address: [email protected]
Curricula vitae should not be included.
Shortlisted candidates will be subjected to psychometric assessment, and an appropriate reference check and security clearance as part of the selection process.
In line with the Bank’s commitment to diversifying its workforce, preference will be given to suitable candidates from designated groups.
People with disabilities are welcome to apply.
The closing date for application is 3 June 2011.
Late applications will not be considered.
Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted candidates.