sahrc: ICT Internship Programme 2018

The South African Human Rights Commission invites interested graduates to apply for ICT Internship positions in Johannesburg, Head Office. Interns must demonstrate a commitment to human rights. There are two (2) intern position available.

A monthly stipend of R5 588.61 is payable throughout the duration of the internship (6 months). Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


  • Completed A+ Certificate and introduction to PC course
  • IT qualification (Minimum A+;N+) advantageous
  • Basic Knowledge of Microsoft applications, windows operating systems and networking
  • Customer Focused
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Computer literacy (Ms Word, Excel, E-mail and the internet) is a general requirement in all service fields.
  • Call Logging and resolution at IT Helpdesk
  • Assist with setting , connecting and supporting the recording and video conference systems in the training room and the boardroom
  • Desktop support at Head office and all Provinces
  • Assisting the Systems Administrator with updating or taking of daily server logs for administrator to analyze action
  • Assist with setting up recording system and video conference meetings, hearings etc
  • Assisting in providing deskop support (National and Provincial) including configuration of laptops and desktops, printing management and other network and computing peripherals.

How to apply

Kindly submit a one page cover letter, CV and academic record to [email protected] by 15h00 on 31 December 2015. Quote Internship on the subject line. Please note that candidates will be required to undergo competency assessments and subject themselves to security clearance procedures.
Only shortlisted candidates will be invited for interviews. Should you not hear from the Commission within one month after the closing date of the advert you should consider your application unsuccessful. The SAHRC reserves the right not to make an appointment.

For further details on the position advertised, please visit the SAHRC website: www.sahrc.org.za