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Union Motors: Apprenticeship Programme 2018

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Applications Open For The Union Motors Apprenticeship Program. Union Motors in Nelspruit Is Inviting suitable applications for Motor and Diesel Mechanic Apprenticeships.

Minimum Requirements:
Grade 12. English, Science and Maths.
N2 Mechanical Engineering Certificate with Motor! Diesel Trade
Theory as one of the subjects OR N3 with Mechanotech as one of the subjects OR equivalent.
Code 8 driver’s license
A genuine interest and passion for the motor industry

How to Apply
Only applicants meeting the above requirements should forward their Curriculum Vitae with the heading:

Motor/ Diesel Apprenticeship to: Leon.meyer@nmidsm.co.za or fax CV to: 086-538-2546

Certified and reliable copies of all relevant documentation must accompany the CV.

Selection will be done In terms of the Company’s Employment Equity policy.

Applicants who have not been contacted within 2 weeks of the closing date should consider their applications as unsuccessful.

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Applications Open For The Coca Cola Marketing Learnership Program

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Applications Open For The Coca Cola Marketing Learnership Program. The Learnership runs over a period of 12 months. To successfully complete the program, the learner must obtain a minimum value of 120 credits. Through the completion of the Learnership, they will receive a National Certificate: Marketing (NQF 4).

The purpose of this program is to equip learners with the skills to understand and acquaint themselves with the underlying principles of how to grow volume, facilitate the order taking process & implement, execute & monitor merchandising standards for direct and indirect customers within a designated geographical area.

Education

  • Good analytical & numerical ability
  • Socially outgoing and confident
  • Able to build positive relationships
  • Team player who can also work independently
  • Assertive and persuasive- ability to influence and negotiate
  • Open to change and looking for opportunities for improvement
  • Good problem solving ability , solutions orientated and can be innovative
  • Responsible, conscientious and dependable
  • Self-discipline and well organized
  • Good planning ability
  • Good ability to work under pressure and handle a demanding work environment
  • High energy levels and drive

How to Apply

Apply Online for the Coca Cola Sales Learnership Program in Gauteng

Apply Online for the Coca Cola Sales Learnership Program in Eastern Cape / KZN

 

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Social Media Officer Wanted At University Of The Witwatersrand

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Social Media Officer Wanted At University Of The Witwatersrand. To manage the University’s official social media accounts and their respective audiences in order to enhance the Wits brand and reputation in the social media space, thus be the voice of the Wits brand.

Key Responsibilities Include:
Community Management
Content Creation
Marketing Campaign support
Social Strategy
Reporting
Crisis Management
Requirements
Degree in Marketing or journalism or equivalent experience in the digital marketing environment
A minimum of five to eight years’ experience in a similar position managing the social channels of the brand (as a minimum, Facebook, Twitter & Instagram – both paid & organic a plus)
Exceptional social savvy: an in-depth knowledge and interest in social media (including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, and more) with an up-to-the-minute knowledge of the latest social trends/platforms and industry best practice
Expert knowledge about content and social media communications (content generation, platform technical capabilities, social media analytics)
Experience in identifying social media tactics and adapting content for different social media platforms to engage, inform and build social media equity for the Wits brand
An understanding of and enthusiasm for the brand and tone of voice
Being an innovator: Staying constantly abreast of all technical and content developments and advances in the world of social media to bring fresh ideas and innovative developments to our social strategy; Working with the marketing team to look at ways social media can work within wider campaigns.
Motivated self-starter with a drive for results
Excellent creative editorial skills
Knowledge of and experience in manipulating images
Excellent command of the English language and attention to detail
Understanding of reputation management and ability to identify potential reputation damaging conversations and respond accordingly
Good numerical and analytical skills – adept at preparing management reports
Experience in and use of Google analytics and other open source analytical tools
Working knowledge of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) techniques
Demonstrated ability to interact professionally with a diverse range of clients
Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines, determine own work priorities, work independently and as part of a team.
Demonstrated commitment to applying relevant and applicable policies, procedures and legislation in the day-to-day performance of the functions of this role

How To Apply
Please submit a cover letter and a detailed CV with the names, contact numbers and email addresses of three referees.

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Jada Pinkett Smith revealed to be a Scientologist – ‘I had hoped that she had left’ says Leah Remini

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Tom Cruise and Jada Pinkett Smith were among the Hollywood top guns mentioned in former Scientologist Leah Remini’s tell-all memoir Troublemaker: Surviving Hollywood and Scientology. Two years since the book stirred much controversy, Remini is once again spilling the tea, and this time the actress has outed Jada’s involvement with the Church.

“I know Jada’s in. I know Jada’s in. She’s been in Scientology a long time,” said Remini, an outspoken critic, who has openly spoken against the faith in her A&E series Scientology and the Aftermath.

Speaking about the Smiths and the famous Scientology Celebrity Centre in Hollywood, The King of Queens actress added, “I never saw Will [Smith] there, but I saw Jada at the Celebrity Centre. They opened up a Scientology school, and have since closed it. But Jada, I had seen her at the Scientology Celebrity Centre all the time.”

Leah Remini© Reuters Leah Remini

The explosive claims about the Girls Trip star came from Remini in an interview published by the Daily Beast on Saturday (16 September). Pinkett Smith is yet to react to the claims.

According to the report, the “Scientology school” referred to by Remini – in the tony neighbourhood of Calabasas, California – was allegedly funded by the Smiths and employed a number of Scientologists. The leadership academy has since been shut down.

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“I had hoped that she had left [Scientology], but this was the tell-tale sign that she was still in,” Remini further told the publication, referring to an incident – mentioned in her book – when Cruise had approached her and the Smiths for a game of hide-and-seek at the actor’s lavish estate.

Remini also slammed Pinkett Smith for her claims on the odd game during an appearance on Andy Cohen’s show.

“She was on Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live a few weeks ago promoting her film [Girls Trip], and Andy said to her, ‘Have you read Leah Remini’s book?’ and he was like, ‘What was that whole thing about playing tag?’ and she said, ‘Oh, she lied,'” Remini recalled.

“He goes, ‘Isn’t that weird, to play tag?’ and she goes, ‘No, the kids were there.’ That was untrue. Bull****. There were no kids there. I was like, okay, all right, you’re gonna do that? More power to ya,” added Remini, nodding to the encounter.

 

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