South Africa’s national aviation authority is calling on qualified individuals who would like to send in their application and qualify for its Forensics Internship programme for the 2020 financial year.
The South African Civil Aviation Authority is South Africa’s national aviation authority. Its legal mandate is to oversee civil aviation and govern investigations regarding aviation accidents and incidents. In addition, the SACAA is in charge of regulating, enforcing and promoting civil aviation safety and security. Its headquarters is in Waterfall Park, Midrand Johannesburg.
SACAA Forensics Internship Programme 2020
This paid internship will have the successful candidate working in the SACAA’s Midrand facility in Gauteng. It is a 12-month internship opportunity where the incumbent will be given a good opportunity to acquire essential work experience within the aviation industry.
Who should apply?
This internship offering by the SCAA requires applicants to hold at least an undergraduate diploma from a relevant field of study.
What is the selection process?
Applicants from previously disadvantaged groups will be given preference. Moreover, the successful applicant will be subject to applicable sections of the Civil Aviation act of 2009, including a comprehensive security vetting.
How do I apply?
All eligible applicants who wish to pursue this internship opportunity will need to register an account on SACAA’s recruitment portal. Click here to start the application process. If you already have an account, go ahead and log in and type the keywords “Forensics Intern” to easily pull up the appropriate job advert.
The deadline for submission of applications is on 29 January 2020. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Keep in mind that the SACAA may take down the advert should the right candidate gets appointed even before the deadline.
For further information about this internship, please call:
Tel no: 011 545 1398
Tel no: 011 545 1398
Tel: 011 545 1218
Click here to view the SACAA Forensics Internship Programme 2020 advert.