Rand Water Learnerships Programme
Rand Water Learnerships Programme has Chartered Accountant Programme (CAP) (Candidates will be based at the Head Office in Rietvlei, South of Johannesburg).
The Rand Water’s Chartered Accountant Programme offers a three-year full-time training contract that will provide trainees with the opportunity for development in Financial Management, Accounting and External Reporting, Management Decision-making and Control, Auditing and Assurance, Internal Audit, Risk Management and Governance and Taxation in pursuance of the Chartered Accountancy CA(SA) profession.
Rand Water Learnerships Training programme:
Candidates are invited to apply for the programme and will be exposed to the public sector in general and the water sector in particular, with a view to meeting the skills shortage in the sector. Trainees will have an opportunity to be on the cutting edge of financial management transformation and be part of policy development initiatives while developing technical and professional competencies.
Rand Water Learnerships Requirements
Certificate in the Theory of Accounting (CTA) or equivalent qualification that meets SAICA requirements to write Initial Test of Competence (ITC) in January 2016 • newly out of university and/or must be starting their articles in 2016 • Proof of academic results.
How to Apply
To apply for the CAP, please send your cv, certified copies of official academic record and a copy of your ID to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: This bursary is closed
About Rand Water
Rand Water previously known as the Rand Water Board is a South African water utility that supplies potable water to the Gauteng province and other areas of the country and is the largest water utility in Africa. The water is drawn from numerous sources and is purified and supplied to industry, mining and local municipalities and is also involved in sanitation of waste water.
The Witwatersrand sits on the South African Highveld and consists of mostly grasslands with summer rains with an average yearly of 784mm rainfall. The Witwatersrand ridge stretches for 96 km from east to west with rivers north of the ridge flowing to north into the Limpopo and into the Indian Ocean while the rivers south of the ridge flow south into the Vaal and Orange River and into the Atlantic Ocean. The rivers in the Witwatersrand tended to dry out in the winter and were therefore a poor source of water and semiarid with grasslands and soil more suitable for cattle and sheep farming prior to the discovery of gold.