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DOJ: Admin Internships 2024 Latest Hiring

We are currently seeking highly motivated and detail-oriented individuals to join our team as Administrative Interns. This internship opportunity is designed to provide practical experience and exposure to the administrative functions within the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development. Successful candidates will have the chance to work closely with seasoned professionals, gain valuable insights into the legal system, and contribute to the smooth operation of our dynamic organization.

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  • Administrative Support: Assist in various administrative tasks, including data entry, document filing, and managing office correspondence.
  • Record Keeping: Maintain accurate and organized records of departmental activities, ensuring compliance with established protocols.
  • Event Coordination: Support the planning and execution of departmental events, meetings, and workshops.
  • Communication: Facilitate communication between different departments and external stakeholders, ensuring a smooth flow of information.
  • Research Assistance: Conduct research on relevant administrative topics and present findings to support decision-making processes.
  • Collaboration: Work collaboratively with team members to achieve departmental goals and objectives.
  • Currently enrolled in a relevant degree program, preferably in Business Administration, Public Administration, or a related field.
  • Strong organizational and time-management skills.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Job Benefits
  1. Professional Development:
    • Gain hands-on experience in a government department dedicated to justice and constitutional development.
    • Work closely with seasoned professionals and legal experts.
    • Access valuable insights into the legal system and administrative processes.
  2. Learning Opportunities:
    • Participate in training sessions and workshops to enhance your administrative and professional skills.
    • Engage in meaningful projects that contribute to the overall objectives of the department.
    • Receive mentorship from experienced professionals in the field.
  3. Networking:
    • Build connections within the legal and governmental sectors.
    • Attend departmental events, meetings, and workshops to expand your professional network.
    • Establish relationships with mentors and colleagues that may benefit your future career.
  4. Community Impact:
    • Contribute to the development and maintenance of a fair and accessible legal framework for all citizens of South Africa.
    • Play a role in supporting justice and constitutional values that positively impact the community.
  5. Flexible Work Environment:
    • Experience a dynamic and collaborative work environment.
    • Opportunities for flexible working arrangements where applicable.
  6. Resume Enhancement:
    • Add a prestigious government internship with the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development to your resume.
    • Showcase your ability to work in a professional setting and handle administrative responsibilities.
  1. Prepare Your Application:
    • Update your resume, ensuring it reflects your academic qualifications, relevant skills, and any prior experience.
    • Draft a cover letter expressing your interest in the Administrative Intern position and highlighting why you are a suitable candidate.
    • Gather academic transcripts and any other supporting documents.
  2. Check Eligibility:
    • Ensure that you meet the eligibility criteria, including current enrollment in a relevant degree program and other specified requirements.
  3. Review Job Description:
    • Familiarize yourself with the responsibilities and qualifications outlined in the job description to tailor your application accordingly.
  4. Submission Deadline:
    • Take note of the application deadline to ensure timely submission.
  5. Compile Application Package:
    • Attach your resume, cover letter, and academic transcripts into a single application package.
  6. Compose Email:
    • Compose an email addressed to the specified application email address (or use the provided application link, if applicable).
    • Use a clear and professional subject line, such as "DOJ Admin Internship Application."
  7. Introduce Yourself:
    • In the body of the email, provide a brief introduction of yourself and express your enthusiasm for the internship opportunity.
  8. Attach Documents:
    • Attach your application package to the email. Ensure that all documents are in a common format (e.g., PDF or Word).
  9. Subject Line:
    • Clearly state the position you are applying for in the subject line (e.g., "Application for DOJ Admin Internship").
  10. Send Application:
    • Carefully review your email and attachments to ensure accuracy.
    • Click "Send" to submit your application.
  11. Confirmation:
    • Upon successful submission, you may receive an automated confirmation or acknowledgment. If not, consider following up after a reasonable period to confirm receipt.
  12. Interview and Selection:
    • Shortlisted candidates will be contacted for interviews. Prepare for the interview by researching the Department of Justice and Constitutional Development and being ready to discuss your qualifications and interest in the position.
Employment Type
Duration of employment
3 Months
Government Administration
Job Location
Pretoria, Gauteng, South Africa, Pretoria, Gauteng, 0002, South Africa
Working Hours
Date posted
May 25, 2024
Valid through
February 5, 2028
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