About NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation)
NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) is an organisation whose sole purpose is to conduct and facilitate researches within the field of nuclear technology and radiation sciences. Oversee by the Minister of Energy, the establishment aims to fully develop and utilise the potential that comes with nuclear technology and make great benefits out of it to further grow on a national and international scale.
About the NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) Radiation Protection Learnership 2021-2022
NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) is offering a learnership programme based in Pretoria, Gauteng for young unemployed South African citizens. The NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) Radiation Protection Learnership is a 12-month session that exposes the field of Radiation Protection through the theoretical sessions and practical working programmes.
Upon successful completion of the programme, you will be entitled to an NQF Level 4 qualification in Radiation Protection – provided that you work your best throughout the learnership. Additionally, you will receive the chance to directly work using the NECSA facilities.
If this is the right programme for you, don’t miss out on the chance to sign up for the NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) Radiation Protection Learnership.
To begin, you must get acquainted with the NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) Radiation Protection Learnership qualifying criteria. Each of these factors will impact whether or not you are a good candidate. If you wish to double-check your qualifications, please see the list of qualifying criteria given below. If you want to improve your chances of success, you should be able to satisfy all of the conditions on the list below.
The NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) Radiation Protection Learnership Eligibility Criteria are listed below:
- Must have a Grade qualification
- Has pursued the subjects of Mathematics and Physical Science
- Currently between 18-35 years old
- Shortlisted candidates will need to prepare themselves for an upcoming aptitude test.
Apply via email: [email protected] (NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) Radiation Protection Learnership 2021-2022).
Candidates are required to send in your most updated Curriculum Vitaes as well as certified copies of your relevant qualification to the email address provided above.
The information you provide will be evaluated by the whole selection committee, which includes you. As a result, you should double-check to ensure that no fake information is there. If there is proof that candidates are providing false information, they may be placed in a dangerous situation.
Make certain that your CV includes pertinent information such as your qualities, skills, and qualifications. This paper is an excellent opportunity for you to highlight yourself as a possible candidate and why you should be picked.
By submitting your applications, you allow the selection committee permission to use your personal information to register you for the event.
Candidates must send their applications to the above-mentioned email address. Other methods of submission, such as personal delivery or fax, will be rejected by the selection committee.
Applications for the NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) Radiation Protection Learnership must be submitted before the closing date on 08 October 2021.
The selection committee has a strict no-tolerance policy for late applicants. Submissions received after the deadline will not be recognized during the registration period.
Candidates should submit their applications as soon as feasible. This will give you enough time to fully assess the contents of your applications. Please prepare your applications as soon as possible.
During the recruiting procedure, NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) retains the right to make or not make an appointment. The selecting committee’s choices are final.
Do you have a question regarding the NECSA (South African Nuclear Energy Corporation) Radiation Protection Learnership? Don’t hesitate to ask! Feel free to send in your enquiries and concerns to the contact person below:
Telephone Number: +27 12 305 3901/3328/3304 (Ms. Jacqueline Tlhoaele)