Developed by FirstRand Namibia, the FirstJob Internship Program aims to keep up with the company’s mission and broader Namibian talent development initiative. In particular, the scheme wants to address the demands of many Namibian graduates seeking work and professional mentorship.
If you’re a Namibian fresh graduate or unemployed skilled worker, consider applying for this career kickstarter!
Application deadline: December 6, 2021
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Benefits of the FirstJob Internship Program
FirstJob is a 12-month internship contract for unemployed graduates that focuses on enhancing the employability of successful candidates. It is a program focused on kick-starting a career to improve life. Previously unemployed graduates will have the chance to gain workplace confidence and competence by contributing their knowledge and opinions to RMB and FNB Namibia’s business objectives and deliverables throughout the program.
Eligibility Criteria for Namibian Graduates
All unemployed but degreed Namibians between the ages of 18 and 31 in the fields of finance, business, process engineering, project management, data sciences/ applied mathematics, marketing, political sciences, economics, banking, robotics, law, and compliance risk management are invited to apply to be part of the pilot first-year intake of 20 Interns to the FirstJob Program. Applications will be accepted until December 6, 2021, with employment beginning in January 2022 at either RMB or FNB Namibia. The call for applications will be publicized on social media and in traditional media.
How to Apply at FirstRand Namibia
To start your application process at FirstRand Namibia’s FirstJob Internship Program, kindly send a copy of your CV, ID, and qualifications to [email protected] before the application deadline.
Check out this press release for further details.
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