About the North West Provincial Treasury
The North West Provincial Treasury is a department that is responsible for all matters pertaining to fiscal activity in the region. Authorized to supervise local financial management, the department is a medium that takes accountability and reports directly to their respective stakeholders. The department makes use of their available public resources to further uplift their economic growth. These resources are used to implement better budgeting, a more effective supply chain system, and a planning system that is integrated with multiple disciplines. All these are strengthened to improve financial management on various levels, from a provincial scale to local government levels
Employees working for the North West Provincial Treasury are expected to uphold personal values that reflects the good nature of the department. As an establishment that deals with the public’s resources, employees must have a sense of trust and reliability. On top of displaying professionalism towards the public and fellow stakeholders, employees are required to show the same level of respect towards each other. A well-coordinated working staff must be based on the attributes of fairness, equity, and participation. Under a solid team, the department can help members of the local society.
About the North West Provincial Treasury Learnership 2021-2022
The North West Provincial Treasury is offering Finance and Administration Learnerships for young folks interested in working for a governmental department. Conducted over the course of 12 months, the North West Provincial Treasury Learnership is a learning opportunity that consists of both theoretical assessments and practical learning sessions. Participants will be guided by an accredited training provider with a high expertise in the field.
Upon successful completion of the North West Provincial Treasury Learnership, learners are entitled to a Further Education and Training Certificate (FETC) in Municipal Finance and Administration NQF Level 4 (SAQA ID 50372). Recipients of this qualification will have a better chance of paving a career as a specialist in municipal financial management. It will transform you into a more attractive asset in the future job market.
The North West Provincial Treasury Learnership is available for individuals planning to develop a career in either one of these public sectors:
- Financial Services
- Project/Public Entity Management
Throughout the learnership, participants will receive a monthly stipend of R1 800 to support their journey.
Interested candidates of the North West Provincial Treasury Learnership must adhere to the eligibility criteria attached to the programme. Each of these items will determine just how qualified and well-deserving you are of the learnership. Failure to fulfill everything might put you in a risky position in the eyes of the selection committee. Be sure to pay attention to everything in the list below.
The North West Provincial Treasury Learnership Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Officially recognized as a citizen of South Africa
- Not receiving employment at the time of learnership
- Possess a Grade 12 certificate
- Has a valid Driver’s Licenses
- Fluent in a First and Second Language
- Has an NQF Level 3 qualification in these fields below:
- Computer Literacy
- Mathematics or Mathematical Literacy.
Apply via e-mail: [email protected] (North West Provincial Treasury Learnership 2021-2022).
If you already meet the requirements above, you are more then welcome to register for an NQF Level 4 Learnership in Municipal Finance and Administration, SAQA ID 50372.
Candidate must prepare an application dossier that will be sent to the aforementioned e-mail address. The dossier should include:
- An application letter
- Your most recent Curriculum Vitae
- Valid certified copies of your Grade 12 Certificate
- Valid copies of your Identity Card (both sides must be copies).
All documents should be included in your dossier. Any missing documents may potentially get you disqualified from the registration process. It is also important to check the credibility of your documents and see whether they are certified yet.
Preference will be offered to learners originating from these listed municipal areas:
- Maquassi Hills L M
- Ramotshere Moiloa L M
- Bojanala D M
- Lekwa Teemane L M
- Kgetlengrivier L M
- Naledi L M
- Ditsobotla L M
- Dr RSM D M
- Madibeng L M
- City of Matlosana
- Tswaing L M
- Mamusa L M
Applications for the North West Provincial Treasury Learnership must be submitted before the closing date on 10 November 2020.
The selection committee has zero tolerance for late applications. To secure your applications during the registration process, it is highly encouraged that you apply as soon as possible. Otherwise, you might just miss out on this fruitful opportunity.
Announcements will only be made to candidates shortlisted by the selection committee. Should you not hear back within 14 days past the application deadline, we regret to inform you that you have not been selected for the programme.
For questions and concerns regarding the North West Provincial Treasury Learnership, do not hesitate to reach out to any one of these contact persons below.
1. Technical Enquiries
- Linda Nengovhela: +27 18 388 2142
- Lesedi Buhlungu: +27 18 388 3196
2. Submission Enquiries
- Lydia Molete: +27 18 388 1773
- Gaylen Masiane: +27 18 388 5063