The Road Accident Fund (RAF) is calling on interested parties to apply for its Project Coordinator Internship Programme for 2019
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.
Project Coordinator Internship Programme at RAF
The Road Accident Fund started its Project Coordinator Internship Programme as its commitment to developing essential skills among unemployed South African youth. This internship programme runs for a period of 12 months with the successful interns receiving a monthly stipend for the duration.
Successful interns will gain exposure performing the following tasks:
- Creating, consolidating and updating project artefacts
- Providing assistance in project planning including project plan updates
- Keeping track of project costs in line with budget allocation
- Ensuring all sourced items received are compliant with project guidelines (e.g. delivery schedule, quality standards)
- Preparation of project status updates and reports as well as documents for project committees, and meeting minutes
- Preparation of ad-hoc reports during emergencies where the attention of stakeholders is needed
The RAF Project Coordinator Internship Programme does not guarantee permanent employment beyond the 12-month internship period.
Requirements or Eligibility
The ideal candidates must meet the programme’s minimum requirements in order to qualify:
- Completed a BSc or B Com degree or a National Diploma qualification in Business Administration NQF Level 6 to 7
- Must be able to effectively utilize project planning and management software
- Must be unemployed
- Must not have served as an intern or employed in the same field of specialization
- 18 to 35 years of age
- Must have good written and oral communication skills
- Good administrative skills
- Sound planning and coordinating capabilities
- Good interpersonal skills
- Able to multi-task effectively
- Excellent problem solving skills
- Knows how to use MS Excel
How to Apply
Applications must include the following supporting documents:
- CV and letter of motivation
- Certified copy of Grade 12 or Matric results
- Certified copy of academic records
- Certified true copy of ID
Send your application and supporting documents via email to: email@example.com
- Be sure to indicate the reference number 24052019PCI and the province (Pretoria) of the internship on the subject line of your email
- Applicants can only apply to maximum of 3 positions
Click the link to the job advert below to know more about the RAF Project Coordinator Internship Programme:
Opening and Closing Dates
Deadline for submission of applications is on 4 June 2019. Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.
Only the first 300 applications received by RAF will be reviewed. Applicants who have not received feedback from RAF six weeks after the closing date can consider their application as unsuccessful.
If you wish to know more about the Road Accident Fund, click the link below to visit its homepage: