Gijima is known to be amongst the leading Black-Owned South African Companies in the information and communications technology services with a level 2 AAA empowerment rating. They have a substantial amount of clients in both the public and private sectors which includes mining, retail, manufacturing, and financial industries. This company provides Occupational and Environmental services and has more than 2000 permanent staff. Gijima Learnerships are mainly offered for the IT sector.
Gijima Learnerships Available
Due to the nature of this company, all fields made available will be within the information technology fields. The company is relatively new and has only offered a couple of learnerships, these may increase as they develop and grow. Below are some of the field’s candidates can consider when available.
- Information Technology
- Communications Technology
- Information Technology Business Leadership
- People Management
- ICT Networking and Security
Most of the learnerships provided by Gijima is for a 24-month period unless stipulated otherwise. Selected candidates must be willing to sign an agreement for this period before the allocation of any learnership is done.
Gijima Learnerships Requirements
Each individual who applies for a learnership with this company must first meet all the requirements for said Gijima learnership. Candidates who do not meet all requirements must not apply.
Basic requirements needed to be met by applicants:
- Candidates must hold a valid Grade 12 / Matric certification (NSC level 5)
- With a minimum of a C symbol for English and Mathematics (Not Mathematical Literacy)
- Applicants must be a South African citizen
- Must hold a valid ID document/book or card
- Applicants must have a diploma or degree in selected fields where applicable
- Candidates must be willing to relocate if required
- Applicants must not have any criminal record or bad credit
Gijima Learnerships Application
Gijima learnership application can be accessed online at the company’s Website by doing a search for Learnerships. Candidates who apply must meet all requirements of the learnership and also submit a 3-page CV with their application. All documentation must accompany the application, these must be certified copies and not your original documents. Candidates who have submitted an application and do not hear from the company within one month after the closing date may deem their application as being unsuccessful.
Gijima Learnership Closing Date
The closing date for the Gijima learnerships program is usually the end of September. This company does not offer learnerships each year, thus, candidates should check for available learnerships at regular intervals on the company’s website as given above.