Posted on :
21 Jul, 2017
21 Jul, 2017
The National Treasury is committed to youth and skills development in the country. The graduate programme is directed to at university graduates who have completed or in the process of completing their degrees in 2017.
Our 24-month internship programme offers graduates opportunities to enhance skills and gain meaningful workplace experience to complement their studies.
Graduates must be in their final year or have completed their degrees and or post graduate studies with an average of 60% or higher and must be South African citizens. A comprehensive selection process is also followed, including and not limited to interviews and case studies.
The internship programme runs for twenty-four (24) months. Permanent placement in the
department after the programme is not guaranteed. Interns are encouraged to apply for
permanent positions after one year on the programme.
University or University of Technology students with undergraduate or postgraduate degrees in the following fields may apply:
• Business Management
• Enviromental Science
• Statistics / Applied Mathematics / Quantitaitve Methods
• Built Environment
• Financial Management
• Financial Planning
• Human Resources Management
• Information Technology / Information Systems
• Internal Audit
• International Relations
• International Politics
• Public Finance
• Public Administration / Project Management
• Political Science
• Public Management
• Monitoring and Evaluation
• Development Studies
• Supply Chain Management / Procurement / Logistics
Complete and submit thIS Internship application form and attach the following:
All interns receive on-the-job training and will attend learning interventions both behavioural and technical arranged by the Department. There will be a learning agreement between the line manager and the intern to ensure that interns are developed accordingly.
Submit completed applications via post to:
The GDP Specialist
National Treasury Private Bag X115
E-mailed, faxed and late applications will not be accepted