Applications Open For The South African Reserve Bank Graduate Development Programme 2021. The South African Reserve Bank (SARB) is currently accepting applications for its upcoming Graduate Programme for the financial year 2021 intake.
The graduate programme will run from January 2021 until December 2021 and will have the successful candidates work in various departments within the company and gain exposure to multiple roles and projects.
Applicants will need to meet the following basic requirements in order to be considered eligible to apply for the graduate programme:
- Holds a postgraduate degree
- Attained a 65% GPA in their final year
- Possesses great interest in working within the financial services sector or policy-making institution
- Excellent academic record
- Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills
- A keen and eternally curious observer
Moreover, the South African Reserve Bank Graduate Development programme accepts applicants pursuing any of the fields of the studies below:
- Policy Analysis
- Public Finance
- Financial Management
- Information technology
- Investment or Portfolio Management
- Quantitative Analysis
- Risk Management
- International Relations
Applicants who get shortlisted will receive an invitation for:
- A series of assessments
- Personal interviews
- Security clearance
The selection of suitable candidates will be based on SARB’s goal of diversifying its workforce.
How to Apply
Qualified applicants will need to set up an online account on the SARB careers portal. Click here to start the process.
Make sure to use the IRC number for the internship to pull up the advert.
First, be sure to fill out the online application form completely. Secondly, upload your academic records along with an ID document. Shortlisted applicants will administered a psychometric test and a background security check.
Preference will be afforded to applicants from designated groups. Persons living with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Closing Date: 30 April 2020. No late submissions will be considered.
If no feedback is received by you, consider the application as unsuccessful.