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DST-NRF Internship Programme 2013/14

The National Research Foundation (NRF) is responsible for the management of the DST-NRF Internship Programme, in which unemployed Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) graduates and postgraduates are offered an opportunity to acquire practical work experience through mentoring and exposure to a research environment. This opportunity is also offered to those unemployed graduates and postgraduates who are interested in research management; research support and administration at public higher education institutions and research agencies through a partnership with the Southern African Research & Innovation Management Association (SARIMA). Applications are invited from candidates in the following areas of specialisation or disciplines and who are willing to be placed in the stipulated provinces:
Province Eastern Cape Areas of Specialisation For Placement Agricultural Sciences Civil Engineering GIS ICT Environmental Health Marine Biology Marine Mammalogy Zoology Chemistry Botany Biochemistry Chemical Engineering Biotechnology Microbiology Ecology Aquaculture Entomology Molecular Biology Geology Environmental Science and Management Biological Science Nature Conservation Marine Ecology Archeology Animal Science Water Research and Food Security Agricultural Economics Statistics Environmental Education Fish Biology and Ecology Fish Systematics Science Communication Research Management, Research Support and Administration Research Management Research Support and Administration R & D Physiology Agrometeorology Horticulture Natural Sciences Animal Science Plant Science Botany Agricultural Sciences Plant Pathology Physiology Horticulture Microbiology Mycology Entomology GIS Remote Sensing Computer Programming Crop Science Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineering Electrical Engineering Chemical Engineering Metallurgical Engineering Electronics Engineering Immunology Soil Science Chemistry Agricultural Meteorology Climatology Scientific Programming Electronics Analytical Chemistry Hydrology Water Quality Food Technology Ecology Biotechnology Genetics Biochemistry Entomology Information Technology Computer Science Sports Science Pharmaceutical Sciences Biological Sciences Molecular Biology Information Science Virology Environmental Science Physics Informatics Library Science Material Science Statistics Zoology Conservation Biology Taxonomy Environmental Management Nature Conservation Agricultural Management Biodiversity Management Atmospheric Science Geography ICT Communication Science Health Science Geology Parasitology Medical Sciences Anthropology Immunology Cell Biology Health Policy Epidemiology Physiology Bioinformatics R & D Psychology R & D Sociology R & D Political Science Development Studies Electrochemistry Chemical Technology Social Science - Early Childhood Development Research and Development Mathematics Ecology Public Health Astronomy Space Science and Research Management Research Support and Administration Biotechnology Microbiology Information Technology Biosystematics Analytical Chemistry Plant Sciences Biological Sciences Environmental Sciences Botany Ecology Environmental Management Conservation Biology Environmental Education Zoology Microscopy Biochemistry Public Health Epidemiology Plant Systematics Taxonomy Crop Science Chemistry Pharmacology Clinical Technology Statistics Molecular Biology Health Science Ecotoxicology GIS Environmental Studies Biology Coastal Management Coastal Socio-ecology and Research Management Research Support and Administration Soil Sciences Plant Production Zoology Botany Biochemistry Microbiology Physiology Plant Biotechnology Industrial Biotechnology Medical Biotechnology Applied Mathematics Computer Science Statistics Mathematics Hydrology Food Science Environmental Chemistry Biodiversity Management Land Information Management ICT Urban and Regional Planning Nutrition R & D Psychology Environmental Health Sports Science Physics Development Studies Animal Science Chemistry Biology and Research Management Research Support and Administration Physiology Human Movement Science Chemistry Statistics Medical Technology Nutrition Biochemistry Actuarial Science Financial Mathematics Data Mining Analytical Chemistry Industrial Engineering Chemical Engineering Electrical Engineering and Research Management Research Support and Administration Microbiology Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Information Technology Communication Science Natural Sciences Genomics Proteomics Bioinformatics Computer Science Biochemistry Medicinal Plants Chemical Engineering Electronics Mathematics and Computers Sports Science Sports Management Physics R & D Social Science Electronic Engineering Molecular Biology Electrical Engineering Information Systems Biological Sciences Physical Oceanography Hydrology Botany Ecology Statistics Mathematics GIS Oceanography Science Management Environmental Management Sustainable Development Horticulture Taxonomy Plant Systematics Conservation Biology Zoology Geography GIS Environmental Economics Anthropology Science Education Bioprocess Development Entomology Genetics Biology Marine Biology Physics Health Promotion Nutrition: Environmental Health Health R & D Psychology Pharmacology Cell Biology Oncology Environmental and Coastal Management Public Health Development Studies Imformation Science Biostatistics Biotechnology Environmental Sciences Nutrition Dietics and Research Management Research Support and Administration

Free State Gauteng

KwaZuluNatal

Limpopo

Mpumalanga Horticulture Environmental Management Nature Conservation and Agricultural Management North West

Western Cape

Required Qualifications Only university graduates with Bachelors, Honours, BTech, MTech or Masters degrees may apply. People holding a National Diploma, DTech and PhD need not apply. Remuneration Interns will receive a monthly salary ranging between R5 445 and R7 260 per month - depending on their level of qualification. Who is Eligible to Apply? Unemployed South African university graduates and postgraduates in the Science, Engineering, and Technology (SET) Research and Development fields are eligible. Non-South Africans need not apply. Applicants should not be older than 35 years at the time of submission of application. Candidates with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Placement Successful applicants will be placed in various institutions throughout the country and should thus apply for a position available in the Province where they would like to be placed. The NRF does not pay relocation costs to appointed candidates who need to relocate to another Province. Duration The internship programme is offered for a period of 12 months. Successful candidates will be required to sign an internship contract for the duration of the internship period. Successful candidates will start their internship on 1 April 2013. How to Apply? All applications must be submitted online to www.setinternship.co.za and click on vacancies internship. Please also attach certified copies of qualifications, academic records and your South African Identity Document. NB: Applicants may only submit a maximum of three applications, each specifying one area of specialisation the candidate is applying for. No e-mailed or faxed applications will be considered. Enquiries: Monwabisi Mfihlo, tel. (012) 481-4023 or Sello Raseruthe, tel. (012) 481-4388/4049. Closing date: 5 October 2012 NB: Applications received after the closing date will not be considered. Correspondence will be limited to short-listed candidates only. If no correspondence has been received within four months of the closing date, applicants should consider their applications unsuccessful.

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