Mail Processing Graduate Jobs at SA Post Office [3 Vacancies]

Posted on :

20 Mar, 2014

Category :

Graduate Jobs in South Africa

The SA Post Office’s Mail Processing is offering limited experiential learning opportunities for highly motivated, analytical and unemployed graduates for a period of twelve (12) months.

The positions will be based at Durmail, Durban (03 x Positions).

The Post office would therefore like to invite applications from unemployed graduates who have completed a recognized 3 year tertiary qualification (Diploma / Degree) specialising in Industrial Engineering or Management Services at a recognized institution.



Will be paid a monthly allowance/stipend as determined by the company

Will sign a training contract for the duration of the training

Will not be guaranteed permanent positions after completion of the training

Will not be entitled to company benefits apart from the monthly allowance.



Persons must be South African Citizens seeking workplace experience.

Completed a 3 year recognized Degree/diploma in Industrial Engineering or Management Services.

Must have report writing, analytical and conceptual skills

Must be residing within the KwaZulu Natal area.

Must be willing to render excellent service to the unit

Must be willing to undergo an assessment/interview.


How to apply

NB: All applications to be accompanied by a

Comprehensive CV,

Certified copies of qualifications,

Statement of results,

ID Copy and contact number

Please e-mail your application to E-mail [email protected], alternatively fax it to 0866 883 257 or you can post it to:


The Manager: HR Operations

Human Resources: (Kwazulu Natal)

Attention: Zodwa Mthembu

Private Bag X 54351

Durban, 4000


Closing Date: 01 April 2014

NB: Please quote this reference in all your applications: Mail Processing Learnership

Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only.

If you do not hear from the South African Post Office or its Agent within 3 months of this advertisement, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful.


Enquiries regarding the programme can be directed to: Lydia Mabena on 012 – 649 6509


Anybody asking you to pay money to schedule your interview or offer you job may be a scam

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