INTERN HR GENERALIST (18 MONTHS INTERNSHIP)
The National Museum, Bloemfontein invites applications for an internship position in the HR department.
NB: Only applicants based in Bloemfontein or Mangaung Metro will be considered.
Purpose of Position
The HR Department is responsible for the day-to-day management of personnel and personnel
administration, communication, discipline and policy administration. The HR department serves as an
advisory to management on issues that affect the employees. The intern will receive training in all the
functions of the HR Generalist.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Qualifications: NQF Level 7 qualification in Human Resources. B Com Human Resources/ B Com Law
Degree/ B Tech in Human Resources or LLB degree.
Work Experience: none
Knowledge: A sound understanding of legislation and prescripts governing Labour Relations in South
A high level of computer literacy.
Excellent report writing and presentation skills.
Interpersonal relationships: confidentiality, flexibility, professionalism, teamwork, dependable, motivation,
problem solving skills.
Key Performance areas:
The internship programme will focus on the following KPA’s of the HR Generalist:
Develop an HR Plan and support Management in implementing an HR Strategy
Design, develop, review and update HR Policies, Procedures and Systems. Provide advice and
interpretation and ensure legislative compliance.
Recruitment, selection and placement process
Job Evaluation and Analysis
Manage all aspects of employee and industrial relations
Review, update and report on Employment Equity Plan
Coordinate training and development programmes
Coordinate HR audits and job profiling
Monitor and evaluate performance management
Ensure effective implementation of EWP ( Employee Wellness Programme) counselling and advice
Ensure effective implementation Occupational Health and Safety measures and adherence
Manage terminations of contracts and conduct exit interviews
Communication will be limited to the short-listed candidates only.
Applications which do not meet the requirements will automatically be disqualified.
Short-listed candidates will be subjected to a comprehensive selection process and vetting process.
The National Museum is committed to Employment Equity and aims to attract and retain talented
individuals to achieve its equity objectives. Therefore people from designated groups, including those
with disabilities, are encouraged to apply.
The National Museum reserves the right not to fill an advertised position.
If you meet ALL the stated requirements, kindly e-mail your application to firstname.lastname@example.org, or
hand deliver, accompanied by the following documents: cover letter, the National Museum job
application form obtained from the Museum website or reception, certified copies of ID and
qualifications, a comprehensive CV (including 3 contactable referees. Should you not hear from us
within 1 month after the closing date, consider your application unsuccessful.
Enquiries: For further enquiries, contact HR on: 051 447 9609
Closing date: 17 June 2021.