The Road Accident Fund Learnerships are now open for applications, presenting a unique and invaluable opportunity for young South Africans eager to step into the professional world.

This initiative, spearheaded by the Road Accident Fund (RAF), is not just a learning experience but a gateway to a future filled with potential and growth. Aimed at matriculants and graduates who are currently navigating the threshold of their careers, these learnerships offer a structured program that combines theoretical knowledge with practical, on-the-job training.

About the Road Accident Fund

The Road Accident Fund (RAF) plays a crucial role in South Africa by offering essential coverage to all road users within the country’s borders. It is dedicated to the rehabilitation and compensation of individuals injured in motor vehicle accidents, doing so with timeliness and compassion. Moreover, the RAF is actively involved in promoting the safe use of roads, making it a key player in national road safety efforts.

Road Accident Fund Learnerships Overview

  • Company: Road Accident Fund (RAF)
  • Division: 3300
  • Reference No: 4011
  • Location: Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
  • Employment Type: Learnership
  • Disability (EE targeted role): Yes
  • T.A.S.K Grade: LN
  • Job Posting Salary: R54,000.00 annually
  • Closing Date: 25 March 2024

The RAF is committed to the development of youth skills by offering matriculants and graduates the chance to gain work experience and a SAQA qualification. This learnership is designed for unemployed individuals aged between 18 and 23, providing an 18-month program of work-based exposure in the Offer Management Department in Johannesburg.

Minimum Qualifications

Key Duties

Participants in this learnership will be engaged in various tasks aimed at enhancing their professional skills and understanding of the RAF’s operations. These include:

  • Quality assurance of offers made.
  • Assistance with typing and editing various documents.
  • Adherence to internal standards and business goals.
  • Data capturing.
  • General administrative support.
  • Maintenance of stationery supplies.
  • Validation and verification of information and documents.
  • Administration of records management and filing processes.

Skills Required

The ideal candidate for this learnership will exhibit:

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills.
  • Effective interpersonal skills.
  • Attention to detail.
  • A keen desire and potential to learn.
  • Self-motivation and basic computer literacy.
  • Ability to prioritize tasks.
  • Teamwork capabilities.
  • Emotional intelligence.

RAF Values

The RAF upholds the values of Integrity, Compassion, Accountability, Respect, Excellence, and Empathy, expecting all participants to embody these principles.

How to Apply

  • Required Documents: A short CV and a motivational letter (maximum of 3 pages). Applications without an academic transcript will not be considered.
  • Application Process: Submit your application via the RAF e-recruitment platform. Note that hand-delivered applications will not be accepted.

Additional Tips and Information

  • Preference will be given to applicants based in their respective regions.
  • The first 100 applications will be considered, so early submission is advised.
  • Security vetting is conducted on all prospective employees.
  • Foreign qualifications must be evaluated by the South African Qualification Authority (SAQA).

The Road Accident Fund learnerships offers a unique opportunity for young individuals to gain practical experience in a supportive and dynamic environment. By participating in this program, learners will not only contribute to the RAF’s mission but also lay a solid foundation for their future careers. Eligible and interested candidates are encouraged to apply and take the first step towards a rewarding professional journey.