Standard Bank Internships / Learnerships 2024 now offering a unique opportunity for suitably qualified and unemployed South African citizens to gain practical skills and insights that are crucial for career growth in various sectors including finance, accounting, and compliance.

Location: Johannesburg, South Africa
Closing Date: 01 December 2023

Standard Bank Internships / Learnerships 2024 Available

1. Corporate and Investment Banking (CIB) Operations Learnership:

Job ID: 80410753
Business Segment: Group Functions
Job Type: Contract
Start Date: 1st April 2024
End Date: 31st March 2025
Qualifications: Tertiary qualification in Finance, Accounting, Operations, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Business Science, Finance and Investment Banking, Economics, Engineering, STEM fields, or BSc Mathematics.

Dive into Banking Operations: This learnership invites you to immerse yourself in the bustling operations of banking. It’s an ideal path for those drawn to operational roles, such as transaction processing and technological advancements like Robotics Process Automation (RPA), Machine Learning (ML), and Optical Character Recognition (OCR).

Opportunity in System Development and Support: As part of this learnership, you’ll experience the high-energy world of Corporate and Investment Banking operations. It’s designed to provide hands-on experience in processing, along with designing, delivering, and maintaining solutions within the realm of investment banking.

2. CIB Compliance Learnership

Job ID: 80372089
Business Segment: Group Functions
Job Type: Contract
Start Date: 1 April 2024
End Date: 31 March 2025

Qualifications:  NC: Occupational Certificate: Compliance Officer (NQF 6)

Compliance Learnership Duration and Goals: This 12-month program is tailor-made for graduates keen on honing their compliance skills. It’s not just about gaining workplace experience; it’s also an opportunity to earn a qualification as a Compliance Practitioner.

Scope and Importance of Compliance: Within Standard Bank, compliance is more than just meeting legal and regulatory mandates. It involves adherence to a range of industry standards, ethical norms, and governance principles. The essence of compliance here is about conducting business ethically and responsibly, underlining a collective commitment to maintaining the Group’s integrity and reputation.

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Requirements for Standard Bank Internships / Learnerships 2024:

  • South African Citizenship: Applicants must hold valid South African citizenship, as this program is designed to support and develop local talent within the country.
  • Age Criteria: Candidates should be between 18 and 30 years old. This age range is chosen to focus on young professionals and recent graduates who are in the early stages of their careers.
  • Language Proficiency: Proficiency in English is a must, as it’s the primary language of communication within the organization. Applicants should be able to speak, read, and write English effectively.
  • Computer Literacy: In today’s digital world, being computer literate is crucial. Applicants should have basic knowledge and skills in using computers and common software applications.
  • Employment Status: The program is designed for individuals who are not currently employed. This allows the program to prioritize those who are seeking opportunities to kickstart or advance their careers.
  • Educational Engagement: Applicants should not be currently engaged in studies at other educational institutions. This requirement ensures that participants can fully commit to the program and derive maximum benefit from it.
  • Previous Internships or Learnerships: Candidates should not be registered in any other internship or learnership program. This criterion is set to provide opportunities to those who have not had similar experiences and exposure

These Standard Bank Internships / Learnerships 2024  opportunities are not just jobs but a stepping stone to a promising future in the financial sector, providing a foundation for professional success and personal growth. This initiative reflects Standard Bank’s commitment to investing in the next generation of South African talent, supporting both individual aspirations and the broader economic development of the country.

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