Sappi Internships Programme 2018 – SA Bursaries 2019

By | January 7, 2018

Sappi Internships Programme

Sappi Internships – Sappi seeks to place a Workplace Integrated Learner to complete a formal learning programme in terms of practical experience needed to achieve a full national qualification as set out by the formal studies.

Sappi Internships Programme Specifications

Successful events management
Travel and accommodation arrangements
Accurate filing and recordkeeping
Business letter writing
Effective diary management
Telephone etiquette
Composing faxes, memorandums and E-mails
Client care
Time management
Organising meetings
Attending meetings, taking minutes and keeping notes
Ordering and maintaining stationery and equipment
Sorting and distributing incoming post and organising and sending outgoing post;
Organising and storing paperwork, documents and computer-based information
Photocopying and printing various documents

Sappi Internships Minimum Requirements

National Diploma NQF 6 in Business Administration or Secretarial Studies
No Experience Required

Sappi Internships Key Skills Required

Understanding different personalities
Professional speech / choice of words
Planning and organising
Attention to detail
Resilience
Assertiveness

How To Apply

Apply online

About SAPPI

South African Pulp and Paper Industries Limited was founded in 1936. The company is now known as Sappi and is headquartered in Johannesburg It produces and sells commodity paper products, pulp, chemical cellulose, and forest and timber products for Southern Africa and export markets. In 2013, it was the world’s largest producer of dissolving wood pulp.

In 2003, Sappi announced that Andre Wagenaar had been appointed as the CEO of Sappi’s Forest Products Division, with effect from 1 January 2004, when Dr John Job relinquished his responsibilities for the Southern African businesses.

As of 1 July 2014, Steve Binnie became Sappi’s Chief Executive Officer. His predecessor, Ralph Boettger, resigned for health reasons after serving as CEO from 2007 to 2014.

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