HR Internship at BAT 2018

British American Tobacco South Africa has a new exciting opportunity: an Internship within the HR department in our factory in Heidelberg.

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You will operate within the HR Business Partnering team (Operations) with the opportunity to gain exposure to different areas within the HR department whilst becoming involved in a variety of projects and activities.

A detailed development programme plan will be followed to ensure that the tasks/deliverables can be measured and set outcomes can be achieved.

Key deliverables:
Assist the HR Business Partners with support to line managers on all Employment Life Cycle Events and build key understanding of the HR Capability Framework through exposure in the various disciplines.

HR Business Partnering

  • Assist with the administration of Skills Development Programmes (Apprenticeships, RPL, ADP, NMTP)
  • Change Management
  • Assist with the administration of Change Management Interventions (GMES/Aurora) as well as the Communications (TV Loops/Notices on Bulletin Board/ Branding of Corridor – Specific projects
  • HR Projects
  • Scheduling of refresher training of Operations staffCORE RELATIONSHIPS
  • Ability to navigate matrix structures with subject matter experts within in the HR business specifically, within the context of projects and functional spans.
  • All Functions and Line Managers – Queries on HR support services available.
  • Skills Development & Change Manager & Talent Administrator – collaborate on roll-out of training calendar & plans, Change Management initiatives as well as Skills Development Programmes
  • Project Managers – contribute to project plans and ensure deliverables are produced to time, cost & quality
  • Communications and Corporate Affairs Managers – collaborate on the provision of professional BA services in line with agreed priorities of the business
  • 3rd Party Vendors – non-commercial supplier relationships focused on operational / project activities
Essential requirements:

  • Matric/Grade 12
  • Preferably a 3-4 year university degree in an HR (B.Com) or National Diploma (Human Resource Management) with 1 years working experience with exposure to People & Talent Management, Reward, Training & Development, HRMIS as well as Service Delivery
  • Desirable requirements Would be a plus:
  • Demonstrate high academic excellence in key HR disciplines
  • Strong Investigative and analytical abilities focusing on operational needs, problems and opportunities, while contributing to the recommendation of improvements.
  • Demonstrate leadership ability with good communications skills.
  • Great communicator with the ability to understand and respond to needs in a rapidly changing business environment.

Removal Date 01-Apr-2018

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A 3 year appropriate recognized Degree/ National Diploma in Human Resource Development or equivalent qualification. A minimum of 2 years experience in Human Resource Training and Development environment.

COMPETENCIES: Knowledge of GPG and DID policies and procedures. Knowledge of Public Service Regulations Act governing the training and Development practices, systems, and procedures in the Public Service and Skills Development Act SKILLS- planning, communication skills, problem solving, report writing and computer literacy skills.

Handle administrative tasks within the Sub-Directorate. Administer good filing system. Maintain records of all skill development systems. Coordinate appropriate submissions, supporting documents and presentations. Ensure that logistical arrangements for skills development meetings are in place. Assist with the preparations for the Departmental induction programmes and preparing reports on staff inducted. Provide admin support in implementation of training development and internship programmes. Ensure that HRD quality management system is in line with Skills Development Act.

PLEASE NOTE: To apply for the above position, please apply online at Only online applications will be considered and for general enquiries please contact Human Resource on 076 521 4118. NB: For assistance with online applications visit the following centres: 78 Fox Street, Marshalltown or Maponya Mall. It is our intention to promote representivity (race, gender and disability) in the Public Service through the filling of this post and candidates whose transfer/promotion/appointment will promote representivity will receive preference. It is the Department’s intention to promote equity through the filling of all numeric targets as contained in the Employment Equity Plan. To facilitate this process successfully, an indication of race, gender and disability status is required. It is the applicant’s responsibility to have foreign qualifications evaluated by the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA). The Department reserves the right not to appoint. Disabled people are encouraged to apply. If you do not receive any response from us within 3 months, please accept your application was unsuccessful

Ms. Desiree Seseane: Tel: 076 948 0278

Closing Date:
2016/02/17 12:00:00 AM