Road Accident Fund: ICT Internship Programme 2019

The Road Accident Fund (RAF) is calling on currently unemployed graduates to send in their applications to qualify for its ICT Internship Programme.

Established in 1996 by the Road Accident Fund Act, the RAF replaced the Multilateral Motor Vehicle Accidents Fund. The RAF’s mandate is to provide appropriate coverage and promote road safety to all road users traveling within the borders of South Africa.

In addition, it provides for the rehabilitation and compensation of people injured in road accidents. The RAF also covers foreigners in the event they are also injured in a road mishap. Coverage is of two types; personal insurance coverage for accident victims, and indemnity coverage for the offending party.

RAF ICT Internship Programme

The Road Accident Fund’s ICT Internship Programme is a 12-month internship opportunity that aims to provide actual work-based experience to unemployed graduates 18 to 35 years of age. The duties and responsibilities of the successful applicant include the following:

  • Manage IT requests and incidents
  • Serve as first line of support for telephone and network infrastructure issues
  • Manage and update IT assets registry
  • Handle VC requests
  • Generate weekly and monthly system availability reports
  • Perform maintenance, upgrade, troubleshooting and other actions to ensure optimal working condition of computer systems
  • Configure new systems and set up new users
  • Provide hardware/software configuration suited for the organization’s business requirements
  • Provide IT support during RAF roadshows
  • Ensure stable IT service availability

Career Options

The RAF does not guarantee permanent employment at the end of 12-month internship period.

Requirements or Eligibility

Applicants who meet the following minimum requirements are encouraged to apply:

  • Obtained a National Diploma, Advanced Diploma or Bachelor’s Degree in ICT or relevant study
  • Currently unemployed
  • Must not have served as an intern or have been employed in the same field of specialization
  • A South African citizen 18 to 35 years of age
  • Must have good written and oral communication skills
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Good attention to details
  • Willing to learn
  • Organized and knows how to prioritize tasks
  • Highly motivated
  • Proficient with computers

How to Apply

If you meet the programme’s basic requisites, make sure to send your application with the following supporting documents

  • CV and letter of motivation (3 pages max)
  • Certified copy of Grade 12 or Matric results
  • Certified copy of academic records
  • Certified true copy of ID

All applications and supporting documents will need to be sent to

Make sure the reference number and the province for the internship is indicated in your application.

Opening and Closing Dates

Applications are open until 9 July 2019.

Late or incomplete applications will not be reviewed. If you do not receive feedback within six weeks after the closing date, consider your application unsuccessful.

Contact Information

Further questions may be directed to

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