Deadline: June 27, 2022.
Community Schemes Ombud Service (CSOS) 2022-23 Internship Programme for South Africans
CSOS – Applications are now open for the Community Schemes Ombud Service (CSOS) 2022-23 Internship Programme. In accordance with the Community Schemes Ombud Service Act (CSOS Act), 09 of 2011, CSOS is a Schedule 3A Public Entity under the Department of Human Settlements (DHS) that was created to control party behavior within community schemes and to guarantee their sound governance.
CSOS Act empowers the organisation to help create and facilitate orderly and well-managed community schemes. This is carried out by resolving disputes amongst the parties, administration of schemes governance documentation and providing regular training and education to all stakeholders.
The Programme helps to develop skills by giving graduates opportunities to gain work experience in a variety of skill areas. As a result, CSOS is seeking applications for a twelve (12) month Internship Program.
The Head Office in Centurion will be the location for the successful candidates. Since CSOS is an equal opportunity employer, when evaluating the applications, it will follow the rules of employment equity. According to its needs and requirements, CSOS upholds the right to place or not place applicants.
- Candidates must be South African citizens who have earned degrees in one of the fields listed below without having prior experience in those fields.
- An internship agreement must be signed by all successful interns.
- Degree in Law/finance/Auditing or equivalent.
How to Apply
Applications should be sent with a covering letter, a CV, and certified copies of all relevant credentials addressed to the Human Resources Administrator, Mr. Minkateko Shipalane and via email to:[email protected]
If applicants do not hear back from us within 4 weeks of the application deadline, we will consider their applications to be unsuccessful.
There will be no acceptance of late applications. During regular business hours.