About the Johannesburg City Parks & Zoo
The Johannesburg City Parks & Zoo is a prominent institution responsible for managing and preserving the parks, green spaces, and zoological facilities in the city of Johannesburg, South Africa. It serves as the custodian of the city’s natural heritage, promoting conservation, biodiversity, and recreational activities for residents and visitors alike. The primary objectives of Johannesburg City Parks & Zoo include the development and maintenance of public parks, gardens, and nature reserves, as well as the operation of the Johannesburg Zoo. They strive to create and sustain beautiful green spaces that enhance the quality of life for Johannesburg’s residents, while also fostering environmental education and awareness.
The organization plays a crucial role in urban greening, aiming to create a sustainable and eco-friendly cityscape. This involves initiatives such as tree planting, landscaping, and the protection of indigenous flora and fauna. Johannesburg City Parks & Zoo is committed to preserving the natural environment, promoting biodiversity, and mitigating the effects of urbanization on local ecosystems.
About the Johannesburg City Parks & Zoo Horticultural Learnership 2023
The Johannesburg City Parks & Zoo is providing unemployed candidates the opportunity to participate in their insightful Horticulture learnership. The Johannesburg City Parks & Zoo Horticultural Learnership is currently offering X60 positions.
The Johannesburg City Parks & Zoo Horticultural Learnership requires you to provide evidence of specific training achievements. These training outputs include a comprehensive understanding of Health and Safety practices in a horticultural environment. Additionally, you should possess the ability to identify various types of plants and possess knowledge of their cultivation and care, particularly in relation to ornamental plants.
Additionally, you must be knowledgeable in the mixing and application of herbicides and pesticides, ensuring their safe and effective use. An understanding of laying and maintaining grass sods is essential, as is the ability to mow lawns to maintain their neat and attractive appearance. Finally, you should possess pruning skills, enabling you to appropriately trim and shape plants for aesthetic and growth purposes.
The selected applicants of the Johannesburg City Parks & Zoo Horticultural Learnership will be entitled to a salary of R3 500 per month.
Before anything else, it is essential for you to acquaint yourself with the eligibility requirements for the Johannesburg City Parks & Zoo Horticultural Learnership. These criteria will play a significant role in determining your suitability as a candidate. If you wish to verify your qualifications, please consult the provided list of prerequisites for eligibility. Ideally, to maximize your chances of success, you should be capable of fulfilling all the requirements mentioned in the following list.
The Johannesburg City Parks & Zoo Horticultural Learnership Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Currently unemployed
- Knowledge of Health & Safety in Horticulture environment and Soil Science
- 18 to 35 years old
- South African citizens
- Own a Matric/Grade 12 certificate or an NQF Level 4 qualification
- Shows prior knowledge and understanding of the field
- Living within the Joburg region
- People with disabilities encouraged to register.
Apply via email: [email protected] (Johannesburg City Parks & Zoo Horticultural Learnership 2023)
Make sure you include the Reference Number in the Subject Line of your email. (Ref. No.: LHO05042023). Failure to do so will disqualify your applications.
Please submit your updated Curriculum Vitae (CV) containing all relevant information, including your strengths, skills, and qualifications. Your CV is an excellent opportunity for you to present yourself as a potential candidate and demonstrate why you deserve to be selected.
By submitting your application, you are granting the selection committee permission to use your personal information for registration purposes.
All applications will undergo thorough evaluation and vetting procedures to ensure the authenticity of candidates. If anyone is found to have falsified any aspect of their application, they will be disqualified from the registration process.
By adhering to this submission method, candidates can rest assured that their applications will be properly received and considered by the selection committee. This streamlined approach helps facilitate the evaluation process, enabling the committee to effectively assess the qualifications and suitability of each candidate in a standardized manner.
Applications for the Johannesburg City Parks & Zoo Horticultural Learnership must be submitted before the closing date on 13 June 2023.
The selection committee has a strict policy of not accepting late applications. Any submissions received after the specified deadline will not be recognized during the registration period.
It is recommended that candidates submit their applications promptly. This will allow you to have sufficient time to thoroughly review the contents of your application. Please prepare and submit your applications as soon as you can.
Announcements will only be made to shortlisted candidates. If you do not hear back from the selection committee by 21 days, we regret to inform you that you have not been chosen.
Johannesburg City Parks & Zoo retains the authority to decide whether or not to make an appointment during the hiring process. The selection committee’s decisions are conclusive and binding, and cannot be canvassed by other candidates.
Do you have a question regarding the Johannesburg City Parks & Zoo Horticultural Learnership? Don’t hesitate to ask! Feel free to send in your enquiries and concerns to the contact person below:
Telephone Numbers: +27 11 712 6601/6792/6749