The Würth Group is calling on bright and hardworking South African graduates to submit an application and qualify for its Training Coordinator Internship Programme. Be sure to read the minimum requirements below before applying.
The company was founded in 1945 by Adolf Würth in Künzelsau, Germany to primarily sell screws. By 1954, Reihold Würth, together with his mother, took over the reins of the company upon his father Adolf’s passing. Since then, Würth has expanded aggressively to become one of the most prolific retail groups in the world.
The Würth Group offers a product line counting to close 120,000 items which include its main business – fasteners and tools. Currently, the retail giant serves over 3 million customers worldwide with a workforce numbering to more than 71,000 which makes it one of Germany’s largest non-listed companies.
The Würth Group currently serves over 3 million customers all coming from the automotive, construction, wood and metal craft industries, not to mention companies involved in the industrial sector.
Wurth SA Training Coordinator Internship 2021
The successful candidate will be part of Wurth SA’s Training department in Kempton Park, Gauteng for the duration of this 12-month programme. The duties and responsibilities of the successful candidates are as follows:
- Make sure training materials (e.g. company procedures and policies) arrive on time
- Establish and maintain training materials including curriculum by performing regular evaluations and updates
- Develop training materials and presentation of product sales in line with QCTO requirements
- Coordinate training and development initiatives within the Training Department
- Maintain and update learning management training by entering data, tracking processes, tracking completion, and processing certification and communications
- Send email communications and reminders to employees scheduled for training
- Maintain and update the company’s intranet
- Collect skills development and procurement data for the BEE123 system
- Perform regular updates on the quality management system
- Ensure training reports from external training providers are received and analyzed
- Effectively manage digital business cards of employees
- Submit orders for name badges as needed
- Make sure attendance registers are complete and on file
- See to it that attendees are able to complete evaluation reports at the end of training
- Send invoices to WRSETA as per schedule
- Carry out ad hoc HR tasks as needed
Who should apply?
Applications are open to individuals who meet the following minimum eligibility:
- Must have current knowledge of the South African higher education regulatory structure and its effects on higher education
- Solid understanding of WRSETA
- Possesses good interpersonal and organizational skills
- An efficient and critical thinker capable of planning, synchronizing, and, executing complex processes together with a diverse group of individuals with different roles
- Exceptional written and verbal communication skills
- Fast and accurate data gathering skills
- Outstanding presentation skills
What is the selection process?
No relevant info
How do I apply?
If you meet the minimum eligibility requirements, you need to register your profile on Wurth SA’s recruitment platform. Click on the link below to start the process:
The deadline for submission of applications is on 29 January 2021.
If you do not receive feedback a week after undergoing the application process, kindly consider the application as unsuccessful.
For enquiries about the application process, click here.
- How long will it take to complete?
The programme will run for a duration of 1 year.
- Where will it take place?
Successful candidates will be serving the internship contract at Wurth SA’s Kempton Park offices in Gauteng.
Click the link to view a PDF copy of the Wurth SA Training Coordinator Internship 2021 advert.