Servest Parking is offering accredited learnerships to unemployed individuals as part of its skills develServest Integrated Solutions, a division of Servest, is inviting applications for its 2020/21 learnerships at various of its locations across the country in various fields of study. The learnerships are based at Servest Integrated Solutions sites in KwaZulu-Natal, Western Cape and Gauteng province.
What are the requirements?
In order to be considered, candidates must meet the following minimum requirements:
Grade 12 or NCV level 4
Must be a South African citizen
A relevant tertiary qualification will be an added advantage.
Youth are encouraged to apply.
Proficient in Microsoft Suite.
People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Be able to work 12 hour shifts (day/night/weekends).
Excellent communication skills.
The Servest Group is a reputable and well-established company that provides multi-service solutions including cleaning, hygiene, interior and exterior landscaping, security, parking, marine offshore and transport throughout South Africa.
The Servest Parking division offers a complete solution to parking from consultancy and design, through to total end-to-end management. Its services include guarding, vehicle and foot patrols, armed response and traff¡c marshalling and with the largest “Pay on Foot” parking operation in South Africa clients benefit from increased revenue generating streams.
We offer an innovative environment that will accelerate your development and skills. Servest places the highest value on attracting top talent to the organisation.
Highly engaged employees
Opportunity for growth and
Team work and
Duties & Responsibilities:
Be available for and participate in all learning and work experience required in the learnership;
Attend all theoretical learning sessions with the training provider and undertake all learning conscientiously;
Carry out all occupationally-related work for the employer required for the practical workplace experience activities specified in the learnership;
Work for the employer as part of the learning process and comply with workplace policies and procedures;
Comply with all legal requirements, e.g. the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Labour Relations Act; and
Complete assignments, for example written tests, projects, practical tasks and demonstrations as required by the training provider and employer so that these can be assessed to determine if the learner has met all the outcomes required for the awarding of the qualification.