About SARB (South African Reserve Bank)
The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) holds a central role in the financial landscape of South Africa. Established in 1921, the SARB is the country’s central bank and is responsible for maintaining price stability and ensuring the soundness of the financial system. One of the primary objectives of the SARB is to preserve the value of the South African currency, the rand, by implementing monetary policies that aim to keep inflation in check. Through the use of various tools and mechanisms, such as interest rate adjustments and open market operations, the SARB manages the supply of money in the economy to promote stable prices.
In addition to its role in monetary policy, the SARB also acts as a regulator and supervisor of the banking and financial sector in South Africa. It sets and enforces prudential standards to ensure the stability and integrity of the banking system, safeguarding the interests of depositors and promoting a secure financial environment for businesses and individuals.
About the SARB (South African Reserve Bank) IT (Information Technology) Learnership 2023-2024
The SARB (South African Reserve Bank) is offering a learnership for innovative and talented candidates who are interested in developing their talents in IT. In response to the departmental strategy and workforce planning, the SARB’s Business Solutions and Technology Department (BSTD) sought to meet its present and future skill needs through the IT (Information Technology) Learnership Program. This involves developing the department’s capacity and capabilities as well as its future talent and succession strategy. Depending on their areas of specialization, learners will gain the necessary technical and behavioral abilities throughout the program.
The SARB (South African Reserve Bank) IT (Information Technology) Learnership takes place for a total duration of one year.
The SARB (South African Reserve Bank) IT (Information Technology) Learnership is available for anybody with the following interests:
- Enterprise Systems (Enterprise Resource Planning, Flexcube and National Cash Management)
- Applications Security
- Data Management
- Cloud Engineering
- Cyber and Information Security
- Infrastructure and Operations (Cloud, Database Administration and ServiceNow)
- Enterprise Integration
- Collaboration – Cloud Solutions
- Enterprise Architecture (Solutions Architect).
Before submitting their applications, candidates interested in the SARB (South African Reserve Bank) IT (Information Technology) Learnership must meet qualifying requirements. You will be evaluated on each of the items listed below to see if you meet the requirements for this position. Candidates are urged to fulfill all of the following prerequisites in order to ensure a successful application. Failure to do so will have negative effects on the final outcome of your applications. Make careful to write these down for your own records.
The SARB (South African Reserve Bank) IT (Information Technology) Learnership Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Has a National Diploma in the field of IT (NQF Level 6) or a Bachelor’s Degree in the fields of Computer Science, Information Systems, Data Science, Mathematics, Statistics, or Software Engineering (NQF Level 7)
- Officially recognized as a citizen of South Africa
- Currently between 18-35 years old
- Has a high level of curiosity
- Shows self-motivation
- Has an innovative spirit.
Apply online: SARB (South African Reserve Bank) IT (Information Technology) Learnership 2023-2024.
To visit the aforementioned web address, it is advised that you use Google Chrome as your web browser (see above).
You can also apply using your smartphone, which is far more convenient than using a computer. You can use Google Chrome as your web browser if you have an Android phone. You don’t need to install any other browsers because Google Chrome comes standard with Android phones.
Candidates will also be required to upload your most recent Curriculum Vitae (CV), a copy of your most recent academic track record, as well as a copy of your Identity Document.
In order to submit their applications, candidates must first create an account on the application site. The registration procedure requires that you be logged into this account the whole time.
You authorize the selection committee to use your personal information for registration purposes by submitting your applications.
Applications will be subjected to extra screening and verification procedures to confirm the legitimacy of candidates. Anyone discovered to have falsified any information in their applications would not be permitted to take part in the registration period.
Candidates must use the aforementioned website to submit their applications. The selection committee will not accept submissions made by fax or any means other than electronic submission.
Applications for the SARB (South African Reserve Bank) IT (Information Technology) Learnership must be submitted before the closing date on 15 May 2023.
The selection committee has a strict zero tolerance policy for submissions that are submitted after the deadline. We will not recognise any contributions received beyond the deadline during the registration period.
As part of the hiring procedure, shortlisted candidates will go through a psychometric evaluation, a suitable reference check, and a security clearance.
It is strongly advised that applicants submit their papers as soon as they can. Thanks to this advancement, you now have some time to accurately analyze the information in your apps.
The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) will take applicants into consideration for available posts throughout the selection process, but it is not required to make an appointment. The conclusions reached by the choosing committee are always final.