Would you like to gain work experience in the public service? The Premier's Advancement of Youth (PAY) programme will provide 750 matriculants from the class of 2015 with work and training from 1 April 2016 until 31 March 2017.
This information comes from the Western Cape Government: For more information please follow this link: https://www.westerncape.gov.za/pay
Is this you?
- You're between the ages of 18 and 24.
- You've written and passed the National Senior Certificate (NSC) in 2015 in the Western Cape.
- You're not going to study further in 2016.
- You're a South African citizen, residing in the Western Cape.
- You have no support network to help you make informed career choices.
- You're not sure of your next step after school.
- You're financially constrained.
If your answer is “yes” to all of the above, the PAY project is for you!
What will you achieve?
- Work experience in the public sector.
- Contactable references for your brand new CV.
- A set of skills and experiences that will make you more marketable and employable.
- A year in which to make informed career choices together with a network to back it up.
Make it happen
- Applications open on Tuesday, 1 December 2015.
- To apply, go to Western Cape Government e-recruit page and complete the online application form.
- You'll need to attach your CV and a copy of your ID when submitting your online application.
- You'll be asked to write a brief statement about yourself regarding your:The closing date for applications is Friday, 15 January 2016
- key skills and abilities,
- key achievements and experiences, and
- career objectives.
- If you don't have an email address, create one at a free email site like Gmail or Yahoo. You will need it to apply.
- You have to register first before you can apply.
- Once you have registered successfully, you'll receive a username and password.
- Use the username and password to login and complete the application.
- Please save your username and password in a secure place so that you are able to access it should you need to.
- Find out more by reading our Recruitment Guide.
We'll be verifying each applicant’s National Senior Certificate (NSC) results with the Western Cape Education Department as well as any other relevant documentation.
Applicants will only be appointed once they've passed a security check, which includes having their fingerprints taken.
Applicants must ensure that they open bank accounts before undergoing personnel security check.
Applicants must also ensure that they register with SARS to obtain a tax number before the personnel security check.