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SABC Temporary job Program 2024

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Applications are at present open for the SABC Temporary job Program 2024.

Shutting date: 05 May 2024

  • Temporary job: Producer/Presenter Xitsonga (Limpopo)
    POSITION : Maker/Moderator Xitsonga(Limpopo) – Temporary job
  • POSITION ID : 60022273
  • Area : Limpopo Polokwane
  • REPORT LINE : Chief Maker Current Issues
  • Shutting DATE: 05 MAY 2024

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Fundamental Reason for THE POSITION:

To be important for a group that produces and broadcasts Xitsonga Current Undertakings stories that are newsworthy, convincing, exact and fair for its interest group.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Start and produce Xitsonga news and current undertakings content as allocated
  • Work in a group with maker/makers who will give direction where important and required
  • Distinguish, start, conceptualize, research, plan, record, produce and broadcast Xitsonga Momentum Issues stories and material that are newsworthy, convincing, precise and fair for the ideal interest group.
  • Plan and convey the substance of distinguished Xitsonga Current Issues stories and projects.
  • Lead field, recorded, and other examination.
  • Direct meetings and question and answer sessions in Xitsonga and English
  • Compose/content, voice, and bundle Xitsonga stories
  • Convey Xitsonga Current Issues content/programs on time.
  • Lay out and keep up with news organizations and contacts.
  • Capacity to connect expertly with the ideal interest group to advance and improve News and Current Undertakings.
  • Comply with South Africa’s Constitution, all communicating and other regulation, ICASA guidelines, the BCCSA Set of rules, SABC article approaches and suitable news and current undertakings style guide and so forth.

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Prerequisites:

  • NQF6 Language-explicit carefully adroit news coverage graduates
  • Composed and spoken first language (Xitsonga) capability will be useful
  • Have a decent comprehension of virtual entertainment and its handiness as a writer device
  • Extraordinary perusing and composing abilities, particularly in Xitsonga

INTERN PRODUCER/PRESENTER – RSG

POSITION                    : PRODUCER/PRESENTER – RSG (INTERNSHIP)

POSITION ID                : 60022255

LOCATION                   : JOHANNESBURG (AUCKLAND PARK)

REPORT LINE              : EDITOR – RADIO NEWS & CURRENT AFFAIRS

CLOSING DATE: 05 MAY 2024

MAIN PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

To be part of a team that produces and broadcasts Afrikaans Current Affairs stories that are newsworthy, compelling, accurate and fair for its target audience.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: 

  • Initiate and produce Afrikaans news and current affairs content as assigned
  • Work in a team with producer/producers who will provide guidance where necessary and needed
  • Identify, initiate, brainstorm, research, plan, record, produce and broadcast Afrikaans Current Affairs stories and material that are newsworthy, compelling, accurate and fair for the target audience.
  • Plan and deliver the content of identified Afrikaans Current Affairs stories and programmes.
  • Conduct field, archival, and other research.
  • Conduct interviews and Q&As in Afrikaans and English
  • Write/script, voice, and package Afrikaans stories
  • Deliver Afrikaans Current Affairs content/programmes on time.
  • Establish and maintain news networks and contacts.
  • Ability to engage professionally with the target audience to promote and enhance News and Current Affairs.
  • Adhere to South Africa’s Constitution, all broadcasting and other legislation, ICASA regulations, the BCCSA Code of Conduct, SABC editorial policies and appropriate news and current affairs style guide etc.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • NQF6 Language-specific digitally-savvy journalism graduates
  • Written and spoken mother-tongue (Afrikaans) proficiency will be beneficial
  • Have a good understanding of social media and its usefulness as a journalist tool
  • Exceptional reading and writing skills, especially in Afrikaans

Internship Reporter/Producer

Position Title:            Reporter/Producer

Province & City:        Gauteng (Johannesburg)

Division:                     News and Current Affairs

Position ID:                60022680

CLOSING DATE: 05 MAY 2024

MAIN PURPOSE OF POSITION:

To identify, initiate, research, investigate, plan and record relevant audio-visual material for Radio, TV and Digital / Online stories that are complex in nature and to produce News and Current Affairs reports and stories that are fair, accurate and compelling for the target audiences.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Initiate and cover stories as assigned.
  • Provide quality scripts and clear voice-overs, including on-air broadcasts.
  • Research, investigate and break stories.
  • Maintain special focus areas (e.g. crime).
  • Give informative and well-researched input in live crossings and packaged content / stories.
  • Check facts, accuracy and quality of stories / content.
  • Set up and record interviews.
  • Meet story and broadcast deadlines.
  • Keep abreast of news events / developments.
  • Obtain broadcast quality audio-visuals and photographs for publication / posting, using relevant recording equipment, including smart phone.
  • Adhere to South Africa’s Constitution, all broadcasting and other legislation, ICASA’s licence conditions and regulations, the BCCSA and Press Council codes of conduct, including rulings, SABC News’ editorial policy, News and Current Affairs style-guide, and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) etc.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • NQF Level 6 diploma in Journalism or Media studies or relevant studies
  • Proficiency in the broadcast language (read, write, and speak)
  • Understand current media trends and developments and also use / engage in multi-media platforms professionally
  • Good general knowledge
  • Computer literacy
  • Ability to interact with and manage different stakeholders

Intern Reporter/Producer (Sport)

Position Title:            Reporter/Producer (Sport)

Province & City:        Gauteng (Johannesburg)

Division:                     News and Current Affairs

Position ID:                60022247

MAIN PURPOSE OF POSITION:

To identify, initiate, research, investigate, plan and record relevant audio-visual material for Radio, TV and Digital / Online stories that are complex in nature and to produce News and Current Affairs reports and stories that are fair, accurate and compelling for the target audiences.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Initiate and cover stories as assigned.
  • Provide quality scripts and clear voice-overs, including on-air broadcasts.
  • Research, investigate and break stories.
  • Maintain special focus areas (e.g. sport).
  • Give informative and well-researched input in live crossings and packaged content / stories.
  • Check facts, accuracy and quality of stories / content.
  • Set up and record interviews.
  • Meet story and broadcast deadlines.
  • Keep abreast of news events / developments.
  • Obtain broadcast quality audio-visuals and photographs for publication / posting, using relevant recording equipment, including smart phone.
  • Adhere to South Africa’s Constitution, all broadcasting and other legislation, ICASA’s licence conditions and regulations, the BCCSA and Press Council codes of conduct, including rulings, SABC News’ editorial policy, News and Current Affairs style-guide, and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) etc.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • NQF Level 6 diploma in Journalism or Media studies or relevant studies
  • Proficiency in the broadcast language (read, write, and speak)
  • Understand current media trends and developments and also use / engage in multi-media platforms professionally
  • Good general knowledge
  • Computer literacy
  • Ability to interact with and manage different stakeholders

Internship: Graphic designer

MAIN PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

To plan, conceptualise and design graphics for TV News, Current Affairs, and online news in order to illustrate and enhance the news story.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Research graphics database for suitable reference.
  • Research internet for suitable reference and adhering to copyright restrictions.
  • Title each completed graphic correctly according to programme title and date
  • Transfer graphics to server in correct folder for play out in studio
  • Record graphics for programme onto tape for video editing
  • Pay intense attention to detail and maintain a high standard of accuracy specially to spelling and numbers on templates
  • Give feedback and hand over uncompleted matters to colleagues on next shift
  • Prioritize and process requests according to deadlines and broadcasting schedule
  • Design graphics within limitations of television format and house style rules
  • Design graphics according to the look and feel for the specific bulletin or programme
  • Design graphics of high standard and layout to enhance the news bulletins, and current affairs  programmes and online news
  • Explore and request informal “on-the-job” training on other graphic equipment
  • Report faulty graphics equipment to technicians
  • Report faulty printer and computer equipment to IT
  • Embrace the implementation of new technology
  • Keep abreast of technology changes and the possible impacts on graphic workflows
  • Maintain the database by cleaning database to ensure that there are no duplications, for the ease of reference
  • Communicate with Programme Producers, Journalists, Technical Director’s and suggest creative ideas to best illustrate the story, e.g. map, graph, full screen etc.
  • Communicate effectively with clients and make meaningful suggestions for alternative graphic if no reference is available.
  • Communicate effectively with clients regarding their requirements.
  • Warn clients of copyright restrictions on reference retrieved from internet
  • Ensure compliance with SABC policies and procedures.
  • Adhere to the Broadcasting regulatory and policy provisions including but not limited to: Terms and Conditions in terms of creativity requirements
  • Adherence to Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and monitor the implementation thereof.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • National Diploma (NQF 6) in Graphic Design, multimedia or relevant equivalent
  • qualification
  • Must have an interest in News.
  • Good knowledge of Adobe products and ability to design in more than one of the
  • Adobe applications.
  • Adhere to South Africa’s Constitution; all broadcasting and other legislation; Icasa
  • licence conditions and regulations; the BCCSA Code of Conduct and decisions;
  • SABC Editorial Policies; SABC Radio News Style-guide; and high quality standards for Radio Current Affairs stories and programmes.
  • Understanding of current developments and trends in the social, economic, political,
  • media and Television broadcast environment
  • Computer literate (Microsoft, ENPS, Adobe, the Internet etc.).
  • Adhere to News Graphics SOP’s and standards, SABC rules and regulations and Copyright Act.
  • Technical and digital recording, video editing, mixing and packaging skills.
  • Planning and organisation.

Internship: Archivist x2 (Auckland Park)

Position Title             : Archivist x2

Province                     : Gauteng (Auckland Park)

Position ID                 : 60022260/60022252

Division                      :  News and Currant Affairs

Closing Date: 06 May 2024

Main purpose of the position:

Collecting, transferring, shot listing (indexing), retrieval and preservation of SABC TV News and Actuality archive content in order to make TV News Archive content available through processing requests from News clients.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Ensure all relevant material is collected from line feed according to daily diary.
  • Collected material must be checked and documented against the updated diary.
  • Follow up with Ingest area for material not received or recorded or material with quality issues or incorrectly recorded.
  • Perform transferring of material and monitor quality.
  • Ensure all tapes are accurately labelled and barcoded.
  • Ensure all collected material is shot-listed accurately i.e live broadcasting, raw footage and current affairs materials.
  • Ensure data integrity with shot-listed materials is quality checked and proper research is conducted. 
  • Ensure adherence to SABC TV News Archives SOP’s and Archiving standards, SABC Archive Policy, SLA’s, South African Broadcasting Act, South African National Archival Act, Copyright Act and industry best practice.
  • Assign appropriate key words when archiving for effective retrieval.
  • Identify and advice on the archived collection gaps.
  • Ensure that old and usable material is updated.
  • Works with client requests such as creating project files in a database, searching for content, and handling and shipping of materials to clients.
  • Communicate with internal and external Stakeholders and maintain an effective, professional interface with all.
  • Communicate with clients with regards to their needs regarding footage requested, content availability and rights restrictions regarding the material.
  • Ensure that journalist complete the request form.
  • Complete request forms on behalf of clients.
  • Refer requests from external clients and internal clients outside News and Sport to the News Agency Department.
  • Engage with the journalist regarding the request and then source relevant material.
  • Ensure that complex and long requests are done.
  • Follow up on complaints or concerns and suggestions raised by clients.
  • Advice journalists and junior archivists on copyright related matters.
  • Ensure requested tapes are drawn and issued out to the clients timeously.
  • Ensure that all signed out tapes must be returned by the end of business.
  • Ensure that shelve reading and tapes are filed accordingly.
  • Attend diary meetings on a rotational basis and give appropriate feedback to team members.
  • Coaching and assisting junior staff how to handle complex requests.
  • Participate in adhoc special projects, i.e compilation of biographies etc.
  • Compile daily handover report.

Requirements:

  • National Diploma (NQF6) in Information Management/Library science or relevant equivalent qualification.

Internship Internal Audit

Position: Internal Audit Intern 

Report Line: Head: General Assurance Audit

Division: Group Internal Audit

Position ID: 60022304

Closing Date: 06 May 2024

Background

SABC is the hub of entertainment, News, and information to Millions of South Africans. Our Vision is to become the leading, credible voice and face of the nation and continent. We have an exciting opportunity available for Graduates to join our Group Internal Audit  team.

Internships at SABC aim to provide Graduates with an opportunity to work with our clients and teams to address key business problems. With your education you will be afforded the opportunity to take on real-world challenges from day one.

Purpose

The purpose of this 12 months graduate programme is to provide support to the Internal Audit Department to ensure successful implementation of business initiatives or programmes that meet SABC’s objectives.

About the Team

The Internal Audit Team is responsible for auditing the efficiency and adequacy of financial and operational controls within the SABC to ensure that it is in accordance with corporate governance and the PFMA and to inform relevant stakeholders on the state of the control environment.

Responsibilities:

  •  Execute the Audit as per the approved annual Audit Plan.
  • Assists in identifying and evaluating the SABC’s risk areas and provides input to the development of the audit scope.
  • Performs audit procedures, including identifying and defining issues, developing criteria, reviewing and analysing evidence, and documenting client processes and procedures.
  • Conducts interviews, reviews documents, develops and administers surveys, composes summary memos, and prepares working papers to support audit results.
  • Identifies, develops, and documents audit issues and recommendations using independent judgement concerning areas being reviewed.
  • Communicates or assists in communicating the results of audit and consulting projects via written reports and oral presentations to management.
  • Represents Internal Audit on organizational project teams and at management meetings.
  • Performs related work as assigned by the Internal Audit Portfolio Manager.
  • Follows up to ensure that the recommended corrective measures are implemented by management.
     
    INHERENT/MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
    QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

    BCOM/ Auditing  with Auditing III or equivalent qualification (NQF7).

    KNOWLEDGE
  • Knowledge of and skill in applying internal auditing and accounting principles and practices, management principles and preferred business practices;
  • Knowledge of the Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing and the Code of Ethics developed by The Institute of Internal Auditors;
  • Knowledge of management information systems terminology, concepts, and practices.
  • Knowledge of industry program policies, procedures, regulations, and legislation;
  • Skill in conducting quality control reviews of audit work products;
  • Skill in collecting and analysing complex data, evaluating information and systems, and drawing logical conclusions.
  • Skill in planning and project management, and in maintaining composure under pressure while meeting multiple deadlines.
  • Skill in negotiating issues and resolving problems;
  • Skill in using a computer with word processing, spreadsheet, and other business software to prepare reports, memos, summaries, and analyses;
  • Skill in effective verbal and written communications, including active listening skills and skill in presenting findings and recommendations; and
  • Ability to establish and maintain harmonious working relationships with co-workers, agency staff and external contacts, and to work effectively in a professional team environment.

Internship Supply Chain Management X08

Supply Chain Management  Intern X1

Report Line: Head : Supply Chain Management

Division: Group Finance ( Supply Chain Management)

Background

SABC is the hub of entertainment, News, and information to Millions of South Africans. Our Vision is to become the leading, credible voice and face of the nation and continent. We have an exciting opportunity available for Graduates to join our Supply Chain Management team.

Internships at SABC aim to provide Graduates with an opportunity to work with our clients and teams to address key business problems. With your education you will be afforded the opportunity to take on real-world challenges from day one.

Purpose

The purpose of this 12 months graduate programme is to provide administrative support to the Supply Chain Department to ensure successful implementation of business initiatives or programmes that meet SABC’s objectives.

About the Team

The Supply Chain Management Team is responsible for executing  both strategic and operational projects and activities on behalf of the SABC to deliver quantitative benefits, capturing, registering and maintaining supplier information on the SABC’s database and to ensure the integrity of data.

Responsibilities:

  • Effective and efficient running of the office
  • Screening of incoming calls
  • Maintain a professional interface with stakeholders
  • Accurate and timely preparation of reports and minutes
  • Organize traveling arrangements and planning of itinerary
  • Organise venues for Briefing Sessions and Evaluations of Tenders
  • Prepare presentations  as required
  • Maintain an accurate filing system for the office as recommended by the SABC file Management office
  • Perform all secretarial and administrative duties for the office
  • Co-ordinate all the activities associated with the office
  • Prepare Request for quotation (RFQ) documents
  • Do Pre- qualification for request for qualification (RFQ) responses.
  • Minute taking of all meetings
  • Sit in the Evaluation Committee and assist with consolidation of Scoring
  • Effective management of the filing system to ensure easy retrieval of information and all records.
  • Ensuring that all sensitive documents and or information is appropriately managed.
  • Effective processing of mail in-and-out of the office of the Sourcing Manager and implementing an effective document follow-up and/or tracking system.
  • Handling unreasonable requests and complaints from internal and external customers.
  • Co-ordination of Evaluation Committee processes

INHERENT/MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

National Diploma or Degree in Supply Chain /Procurement/ Logistics/ Commerce / Office Administration or equivalent qualification (NQF6/7).

KNOWLEDGE

  • Able to handle confidential information
  • Proactive person with above average initiative 
  • Professional telephone manner
  • Excellent communication skills (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to build and maintain relationships at all levels
  • Advanced computer skills (MS Word, Excel, SAP, E-mail & Internet) with above average competence in presentation software (MS PowerPoint) 
  • High level planning and organising skills 
  • Detail orientated with strong focus on accuracy.

Internship Technician North West x1

Position: Technician Intern X 1

Report Line: Sectional Lead: Technical Operations

Division: Technology/ RRTO

Regions: North West

Closing Date: 06 May 2024

Background

SABC is the hub of entertainment, News, and information to Millions of South Africans. Our Vision is to become the leading, credible voice and face of the nation and continent. We have an exciting opportunity available for one Technical Graduate to join our Technology RRTO team.

Internships at SABC aim to provide students with an opportunity to work with our internal  clients and teams to address key business problems and identify areas of growth for the company. With your education and experience, you will be able to take on real-world challenges from day one.

Purpose

The purpose of this 12 months graduate programme is to provide effective & efficient support of technology, operations and resources to install, sustain and provide administration of broadcast systems/ facilities, equipment, servers and networks in order to ensure optimum, functional, secure and available facilities/ equipment for SABC Technology. The successful interns will be placed in different provinces as indicated above.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with asset management tracking and transfers.
  • Assist with repairs and maintenance of equipment in line with SABC technical & operational broadcast standards
  • Adhere to service delivery standards of the Division.
  • Submission of ad-hoc incidence fault reports with findings and repairs.
  • Prevention of on-air technical faults to less than agreed SLA percentage
  • Response time to match urgency for technical assistance in accordance with delivery requirements (in support of ‘on air’ systems)
  • Effective technical support to users in order to reduce downtime.
  • Correct configuration & testing of digital equipment to ensure no technical on-air faults.
  • Ensure functional, streamlined and reliable digital systems.
  • Follow up reported faults.
  • Daily/ Monthly proactive system health checks against checklist & replacement of faulty components
  • Report and escalate risks

INHERENT/MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • 3-year National Diploma (S4/T3) in Electrical Engineering (Light Current, Communications, Computer Studies or Information Systems/ Technology/ Electronics) (NQF6)
  • BTech for the Electrical Engineering for the above formal qualification an advantage
  • Driver’s License advantageous.

KNOWLEDGE

  • IT Network knowledge Essential. Computer literate (A+) and Network knowledge (N+)
  • IT Network knowledge advantage CISCO CCNA (ICDN1 +ICDN2) certified.
  • Physical attributes: Excellent hearing and eyesight (no colour blindness). Physically able.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to work in a team and lead the team if required.
  • Proficiency in MS Office, i.e. Excel, Word, Outlook and Power Point.

Internship: Producer/Presenter Tshivenda (Limpopo)

POSITION                    : Internship Producer/Presenter Tshivenda (Limpopo)

POSITION ID                : 60022292

LOCATION                  : Limpopo Polokwane

REPORT LINE              : Executive Producer Current Affairs

MAIN PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

To be part of a team that produces and broadcasts Tshivenda  Current Affairs stories that are newsworthy, compelling, accurate and fair for its target audience.

Key Accountabilities: 

  • Initiate and produce Tshivenda news and current affairs content as assigned
  • Work in a team with producer/producers who will provide guidance where necessary and needed
  • Identify, initiate, brainstorm, research, plan, record, produce and broadcast Tshivenda  Current Affairs stories and material that are newsworthy, compelling, accurate and fair for the target audience.
  • Plan and deliver the content of identified Tshivenda  Current Affairs stories and programmes.
  • Conduct field, archival, and other research.
  • Conduct interviews and Q&As in Tshivenda  and English
  • Write/script, voice, and package Tshivenda  stories
  • Deliver Tshivenda  Current Affairs content/programmes on time.
  • Establish and maintain news networks and contacts.
  • Ability to engage professionally with the target audience to promote and enhance News and Current Affairs.
  • Adhere to South Africa’s Constitution, all broadcasting and other legislation, ICASA regulations, the BCCSA Code of Conduct, SABC editorial policies and appropriate news and current affairs style guide etc.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • NQF6 Language-specific digitally savvy journalism graduates
  • Written and spoken mother-tongue (Tshivenda) proficiency will be beneficial
  • Have a good understanding of social media and its usefulness as a journalist tool
  • Exceptional reading and writing skills, especially in Tshivenda

Internship: Librarian (Limpopo)

POSITION                   :  Internship Librarian (Limpopo)

POSITION ID              :  60022294

LOCATION                 :  Limpopo Polokwane

REPORT LINE            :  Principal Librarian

CLOSING DATE: 06 MAY 2024

MAIN PURPOSE OF POSITION

To provide a basic but effective and user-friendly information service to internal and external clients.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Provide information to internal/external clients
  • Daily circulation control (borrowing of books) on Inmagic Genie – issue and return books on Inmagic Genie. Knowledge of the DB/Text system to update borrower’s data
  • Sourcing quotations and purchasing of books
  • Assist with interlibrary loans
  • Basic multi-skilling across the Information Library sections and multi-tasking to maintain an effective Library
  • Adhere to SABC Media Libraries SOPs, SABC Archive Policy, SLA’s, South African Broadcasting Act, South African National Archival Act and industry best practice
  • Assist with special projects
  • Digitization and computerization of library content as per strategy
  • Requests executed according to library standards & media library service excellence charter
  • Archiving friendly storage environment at all times
  • Effectively maintain the scanner system (Newbase System)
  • Build a good working relationship with different departments within the SABC as well as with external clients

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Information Science Degree (NQF Level  7)
  • Good communication skills in dealing with internal and external clients on all levels
  • Ability to work in a team

KNOWLEDGE

  • Knowledge of current affairs
  • Knowledge of information retrieval systems
  • Knowledge and understanding of library services best practices
  • Knowledge and understanding of broadcast standards

Internship Technician Limpopo

Position:          Technician Intern Limpopo

Report Line:     Sectional Lead: Technical Operations

Division:          Technology/ RRTO

Regions:          Limpopo

Background

SABC is the hub of entertainment, News, and information to Millions of South Africans. Our Vision is to become the leading, credible voice and face of the nation and continent. We have an exciting opportunity available for one Technical Graduate to join our Technology RRTO team.

Internships at SABC aim to provide students with an opportunity to work with our internal  clients and teams to address key business problems and identify areas of growth for the company. With your education and experience, you will be able to take on real-world challenges from day one.

Purpose

The purpose of this 12 months graduate programme is to provide effective & efficient support of technology, operations and resources to install, sustain and provide administration of broadcast systems/ facilities, equipment, servers and networks in order to ensure optimum, functional, secure and available facilities/ equipment for SABC Technology. The successful interns will be placed in different provinces as indicated above.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with asset management tracking and transfers.
  • Assist with repairs and maintenance of equipment in line with SABC technical & operational broadcast standards
  • Adhere to service delivery standards of the Division.
  • Submission of ad-hoc incidence fault reports with findings and repairs.
  • Prevention of on-air technical faults to less than agreed SLA percentage
  • Response time to match urgency for technical assistance in accordance with delivery requirements (in support of ‘on air’ systems)
  • Effective technical support to users in order to reduce downtime.
  • Correct configuration & testing of digital equipment to ensure no technical on-air faults.
  • Ensure functional, streamlined and reliable digital systems.
  • Follow up reported faults.
  • Daily/ Monthly proactive system health checks against checklist & replacement of faulty components
  • Report and escalate risks

INHERENT/MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • 3-year National Diploma (S4/T3) in Electrical Engineering (Light Current, Communications, Computer Studies or Information Systems/ Technology/ Electronics) (NQF6)
  • BTech for the Electrical Engineering for the above formal qualification an advantage
  • Driver’s License advantageous.

KNOWLEDGE

  • IT Network knowledge Essential. Computer literate (A+) and Network knowledge (N+)
  • IT Network knowledge advantage CISCO CCNA (ICDN1 +ICDN2) certified.
  • Physical attributes: Excellent hearing and eyesight (no colour blindness). Physically able.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to work in a team and lead the team if required.
  • Proficiency in MS Office, i.e. Excel, Word, Outlook and Power Point.

Internship Technical Operator WC

Position: Intern Technical Operator WC

Report Line: Sectional Lead: Operations

Division: Technology/ RRTO

Regions: Western Cape

CLOSING  DATE: 05 APRIL 2024

Background

SABC is the hub of entertainment, News, and information to Millions of South Africans. Our Vision is to become the leading, credible voice and face of the nation and continent. We have an exciting opportunity available for one Sound Engineering Graduate to join our Technology RRTO team.

Internships at SABC aim to provide students with an opportunity to work with our internal  clients and teams to address key business problems and identify areas of growth for the company. With your education and experience, you will be able to take on real-world challenges from day one.

Purpose

The purpose of this 12 months graduate programme is to provide operational support to Broadcast Clients (internal and external) in order setup/prepare/record and playout of broadcast material in support of all platforms with expected standards and available facilities/ equipment. The successful intern will be placed in different provinces as indicated above.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities:

  • Execute operational production requirements.
  • Assist in operating facility equipment.
  • Mic placements as per SOP.
  • Assist to record drama productions with FX, music and different audio streams.
  • Assist in recordings in accordance with customer requirements and broadcast standards.
  • Assist in monitoring of sound quality during recordings to ensure compliance with broadcast standards.
  • Assist in monitoring for schedule changes as per customer request.
  • Assist in monitorig sound/video quality to broadcast standards.
  • Record distributions in line with archiving best practice.
  • Setup mix-minus.
  • Operating digital playout systems.
  • Basic Audio/Visual manipulation of final mix, performed in accordance with customer requirements & broadcast standards (if necessary).
  • On time delivery of production material, within scope & within specifications
  • Report and escalate risk findings. 

INHERENT/MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Sound Engineering Certificate (1 year & above) or Film/Video Technology or Relevant Qualification.
  • Advantage:  Sound Engineering Diploma (3 years) (NQF Level 6).
  • Driver’s License will be advantageous.

KNOWLEDGE

  • Physical attributes: Excellent hearing and eyesight (no colour blindness). Physically able.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to work in a team and lead the team if required.
  • Proficiency in MS Office, i.e. Excel, Word, Outlook and Power Point.

Internship Technician WC

Position:          Technician Intern WC

Report Line:     Sectional Lead: Technical Operations

Division:          Technology/ RRTO

Regions:          Western Cape

Background

SABC is the hub of entertainment, News, and information to Millions of South Africans. Our Vision is to become the leading, credible voice and face of the nation and continent. We have an exciting opportunity available for one Technical Graduate to join our Technology RRTO team.

Internships at SABC aim to provide students with an opportunity to work with our internal  clients and teams to address key business problems and identify areas of growth for the company. With your education and experience, you will be able to take on real-world challenges from day one.

Purpose

The purpose of this 12 months graduate programme is to provide effective & efficient support of technology, operations and resources to install, sustain and provide administration of broadcast systems/ facilities, equipment, servers and networks in order to ensure optimum, functional, secure and available facilities/ equipment for SABC Technology. The successful interns will be placed in different provinces as indicated above.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with asset management tracking and transfers.
  • Assist with repairs and maintenance of equipment in line with SABC technical & operational broadcast standards
  • Adhere to service delivery standards of the Division.
  • Submission of ad-hoc incidence fault reports with findings and repairs.
  • Prevention of on-air technical faults to less than agreed SLA percentage
  • Response time to match urgency for technical assistance in accordance with delivery requirements (in support of ‘on air’ systems)
  • Effective technical support to users in order to reduce downtime.
  • Correct configuration & testing of digital equipment to ensure no technical on-air faults.
  • Ensure functional, streamlined and reliable digital systems.
  • Follow up reported faults.
  • Daily/ Monthly proactive system health checks against checklist & replacement of faulty components
  • Report and escalate risks

INHERENT/MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • 3-year National Diploma (S4/T3) in Electrical Engineering (Light Current, Communications, Computer Studies or Information Systems/ Technology/ Electronics) (NQF6)
  • BTech for the Electrical Engineering for the above formal qualification an advantage
  • Driver’s License advantageous.

KNOWLEDGE

  • IT Network knowledge Essential. Computer literate (A+) and Network knowledge (N+)
  • Physical attributes: Excellent hearing and eyesight (no colour blindness). Physically able.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to work in a team and lead the team if required.
  • Proficiency in MS Office, i.e. Excel, Word, Outlook and Power Point.

Internship: Vision Mixer x2

Main purpose of position

The continual control and monitoring of production visuals for the South African Broadcasting Corporation, in order to ensure excellent technical standards and quality.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Test and assess the readiness and report faulty equipment two hours prior to recording as per SOP
  • Set up and operation of vision mixing equipment in accordance to clients brief
  • Check and report all faulty equipment an hour before production for maintenance to
  • Ensure availability of fault free audio equipment
  • Conduct trouble shooting two (2) hours before Production
  • Develop a Production Plan with all the crew members and assigned responsibilities a day before Production
  • Rehearsal / stacker, prior to live broadcast or transmission.
  • Creation of visuals ensuring the seamless transition from one shot to another.
  • Align visuals deliverables with production needs and requirements.
  • Ensure overall smooth sequence of live broadcast.
  • Request the director to change an action in order to enhance the final visual product.
  • Monitor and ensure technical quality throughout the session to production specifications.
  • Liaise with vision controller and lighting ensures lighting is done properly.
  • Check incoming visuals from remote source i.e aspect ratio, lip sync.
  • Report of any faults before production in line with the approved standard operating
  • procedure
  • Ensure technical quality throughout the session to production specifications.
  • Ensuring visuals are of a high artistic standard and quality
  • Ensure and monitor compliance to OHS
  • Ensure and monitor compliance to relevant SABC policies
  • Reporting, feedback, operations
  • Quality, enquiries, service delivery, support
  • Technical support & advice
  • Technical & operational support & advice, feedback

REQUIREMENTS

  • Diploma in video technology (NQF level 6) or relevant equivalent qualification.
  • Excellent eyesight
  • Ability to work under pressure and for long irregular hours including weekends and public holidays.

Internship: Producer/Presenter Sepedi (Limpopo)

POSITION                    : Internship Producer/Presenter Sepedi(Limpopo)

POSITION ID                : 60022293

LOCATION                   : Limpopo Polokwane

REPORT LINE              : Executive Producer Current Affairs

CLOSING DATE: 05 MAY 2024

MAIN PURPOSE OF THE POSITION:

To be part of a team that produces and broadcasts Sepedi Current Affairs stories that are newsworthy, compelling, accurate and fair for its target audience.

Key Accountabilities: 

  • Initiate and produce Sepedi news and current affairs content as assigned
  • Work in a team with producer/producers who will provide guidance where necessary and needed
  • Identify, initiate, brainstorm, research, plan, record, produce and broadcast Sepedi Current Affairs stories and material that are newsworthy, compelling, accurate and fair for the target audience.
  • Plan and deliver the content of identified Sepedi Current Affairs stories and programmes.
  • Conduct field, archival, and other research.
  • Conduct interviews and Q&As in Sepedi and English
  • Write/script, voice, and package Sepedi stories
  • Deliver Sepedi Current Affairs content/programmes on time.
  • Establish and maintain news networks and contacts.
  • Ability to engage professionally with the target audience to promote and enhance News and Current Affairs.
  • Adhere to South Africa’s Constitution, all broadcasting and other legislation, ICASA regulations, the BCCSA Code of Conduct, SABC editorial policies and appropriate news and current affairs style guide etc.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • NQF6 Language-specific digitally savvy journalism graduates
  • Written and spoken mother-tongue (Sepedi) proficiency will be beneficial
  • Have a good understanding of social media and its usefulness as a journalist tool
  • Exceptional reading and writing skills, especially in Sepedi

Internship Forensic Investigation x1

Position: Forensic Investigation Intern x1

Report Line: Manager Forensic

Division: Group Internal Audit

Position ID: 60022305

CLOSING: 05 MAY 2024

Background

SABC is the hub of entertainment, News, and information to Millions of South Africans. Our Vision is to become the leading, credible voice and face of the nation and continent. We have an exciting opportunity available for Graduates to join our Group Internal Audit  team.

Internships at SABC aim to provide Graduates with an opportunity to work with our clients and teams to address key business problems. With your education you will be afforded the opportunity to take on real-world challenges from day one.

Purpose

The purpose of this 12 months graduate programme is to provide support to the Forensic Investigation Department to ensure successful implementation of business initiatives or programmes that meet SABC’s objectives.

About the Team

The Internal Audit Team is responsible for Investigating allegations of Fraud; theft; corruption; general and financial irregularities and non-compliance to SABC policies and procedures, regulations and corporate governance; to assist management in the implementation of consequence management actions and conduct pro-active forensic initiatives and to render fraud awareness and training services.

Responsibilities:

  •  Execute forensic related assignment as approved and assigned by the Forensic Manager.
  • Conduct investigations, interviews, reviews documents and maintain an investigation file with all relevant content.
  • Draft affidavits, writes reports and prepares evidence files for criminal and civil proceedings.
  • Testifies in disciplinary, civil and criminal proceedings.
  • Communicates effectively with investigation teams, clients and management.
  • Conduct forensic pro-active functions i.e. monitoring, detection, prevention, training and awareness.
  • Participate and provide input during forensic strategic planning and policy reviews.

 INHERENT/MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE

National Diploma or Degree in Forensic Investigation/  Fraud & Risk Management or relevant qualification (NQF6/7).

KNOWLEDGE

  • Knowledge of and skill in applying internal auditing and accounting principles and practices, management principles and preferred business practices;
  • Knowledge of the Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing and the Code of Ethics developed by The Institute of Internal Auditors;
  • Knowledge of management information systems terminology, concepts, and practices.
  • Knowledge of industry program policies, procedures, regulations, and legislation;
  • Skill in conducting quality control reviews of audit work products;
  • Skill in collecting and analysing complex data, evaluating information and systems, and drawing logical conclusions.
  • Skill in planning and project management, and in maintaining composure under pressure while meeting multiple deadlines.
  • Skill in negotiating issues and resolving problems;
  • Skill in using a computer with word processing, spreadsheet, and other business software to prepare reports, memos, summaries, and analyses;
  • Skill in effective verbal and written communications, including active listening skills and skill in presenting findings and recommendations; and
  • Ability to establish and maintain harmonious working relationships with co-workers, agency staff and external contacts, and to work effectively in a professional team environment.

Internship Technical Operator North West x1

Position: Technical Operator Intern X 1

Report Line: Sectional Lead: Technical Operations

Division: Technology/ RRTO

Regions: North West

CLOSING DATE: 05 MAY 2024

Background

SABC is the hub of entertainment, News, and information to Millions of South Africans. Our Vision is to become the leading, credible voice and face of the nation and continent. We have an exciting opportunity available for one Sound Engineering Graduate to join our Technology RRTO team.

Internships at SABC aim to provide students with an opportunity to work with our internal  clients and teams to address key business problems and identify areas of growth for the company. With your education and experience, you will be able to take on real-world challenges from day one.

Purpose

The purpose of this 12 months graduate programme is to provide operational support to Broadcast Clients (internal and external) in order setup/prepare/record and playout of broadcast material in support of all platforms with expected standards and available facilities/ equipment. The successful intern will be placed in different provinces as indicated above.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities:

  • Execute operational production requirements.
  • Assist in operating facility equipment.
  • Mic placements as per SOP.
  • Assist to record drama productions with FX, music and different audio streams.
  • Assist in recordings in accordance with customer requirements and broadcast standards.
  • Assist in monitoring of sound quality during recordings to ensure compliance with broadcast standards.
  • Assist in monitoring for schedule changes as per customer request.
  • Assist in monitorig sound/video quality to broadcast standards.
  • Record distributions in line with archiving best practice.
  • Setup mix-minus.
  • Operating digital playout systems.
  • Basic Audio/Visual manipulation of final mix, performed in accordance with customer requirements & broadcast standards (if necessary).
  • On time delivery of production material, within scope & within specifications
  • Report and escalate risk findings. 

INHERENT/MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Sound Engineering Certificate (1 year & above) or Film/Video Technology or Relevant Qualification.
  • Advantage:  Sound Engineering Diploma (3 years) (NQF Level 6).
  • Driver’s License will be advantageous.

KNOWLEDGE

  • Physical attributes: Excellent hearing and eyesight (no colour blindness). Physically able.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to work in a team and lead the team if required.
  • Proficiency in MS Office, i.e. Excel, Word, Outlook and Power Point.

Intern Reporter (International)

Position Title:            Reporter (International)

Province & City:        Gauteng (Johannesburg)

Division:                     News and Current Affairs

Position ID:                60022248

CLOSING DATE: 05 MAY 2024

MAIN PURPOSE OF POSITION:

To identify, initiate, research, investigate, plan and record relevant audio-visual material for Radio, TV and Digital / Online stories that are complex in nature and to produce News and Current Affairs reports and stories that are fair, accurate and compelling for the target audiences.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:

  • Initiate and cover stories as assigned.
  • Provide quality scripts and clear voice-overs, including on-air broadcasts.
  • Research, investigate and break stories.
  • Maintain special focus areas (e.g. international news).
  • Give informative and well-researched input in live crossings and packaged content / stories.
  • Check facts, accuracy and quality of stories / content.
  • Set up and record interviews.
  • Meet story and broadcast deadlines.
  • Keep abreast of news events / developments.
  • Obtain broadcast quality audio-visuals and photographs for publication / posting, using relevant recording equipment, including smart phone.
  • Adhere to South Africa’s Constitution, all broadcasting and other legislation, ICASA’s licence conditions and regulations, the BCCSA and Press Council codes of conduct, including rulings, SABC News’ editorial policy, News and Current Affairs style-guide, and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) etc.

REQUIREMENTS:

  • NQF Level 6 diploma in Journalism or Media studies or relevant studies
  • Proficiency in the broadcast language (read, write, and speak)
  • Understand current media trends and developments and also use / engage in multi-media platforms professionally
  • Good general knowledge
  • Computer literacy
  • Ability to interact with and manage different stakeholders

Internship Technician KZN

Position:          Technician Intern KZN

Report Line:     Sectional Lead: Technical Operations

Division:          Technology/ RRTO

Regions:          KZN

Background

SABC is the hub of entertainment, News, and information to Millions of South Africans. Our Vision is to become the leading, credible voice and face of the nation and continent. We have an exciting opportunity available for one Technical Graduate to join our Technology RRTO team.

Internships at SABC aim to provide students with an opportunity to work with our internal  clients and teams to address key business problems and identify areas of growth for the company. With your education and experience, you will be able to take on real-world challenges from day one.

Purpose

The purpose of this 12 months graduate programme is to provide effective & efficient support of technology, operations and resources to install, sustain and provide administration of broadcast systems/ facilities, equipment, servers and networks in order to ensure optimum, functional, secure and available facilities/ equipment for SABC Technology. The successful interns will be placed in different provinces as indicated above.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with asset management tracking and transfers.
  • Assist with repairs and maintenance of equipment in line with SABC technical & operational broadcast standards
  • Adhere to service delivery standards of the Division.
  • Submission of ad-hoc incidence fault reports with findings and repairs.
  • Prevention of on-air technical faults to less than agreed SLA percentage
  • Response time to match urgency for technical assistance in accordance with delivery requirements (in support of ‘on air’ systems)
  • Effective technical support to users in order to reduce downtime.
  • Correct configuration & testing of digital equipment to ensure no technical on-air faults.
  • Ensure functional, streamlined and reliable digital systems.
  • Follow up reported faults.
  • Daily/ Monthly proactive system health checks against checklist & replacement of faulty components
  • Report and escalate risks

INHERENT/MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • 3-year National Diploma (S4/T3) in Electrical Engineering (Light Current, Communications, Computer Studies or Information Systems/ Technology/ Electronics) (NQF6)
  • BTech for the Electrical Engineering for the above formal qualification an advantage
  • Driver’s License advantageous.

KNOWLEDGE

  • IT Network knowledge Essential. Computer literate (A+) and Network knowledge (N+)
  • IT Network knowledge advantage CISCO CCNA (ICDN1 +ICDN2) certified.
  • Physical attributes: Excellent hearing and eyesight (no colour blindness). Physically able.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to work in a team and lead the team if required.
  • Proficiency in MS Office, i.e. Excel, Word, Outlook and Power Point.

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Internship Technical Operator KZN

Position: Intern Technical Operator KZN

Report Line: Sectional Lead: Operations

Division: Technology/ RRTO

Regions: KZN

CLOSING DATE: 02 MAY 2024

Background

SABC is the hub of entertainment, News, and information to Millions of South Africans. Our Vision is to become the leading, credible voice and face of the nation and continent. We have an exciting opportunity available for one Sound Engineering Graduate to join our Technology RRTO team.

Internships at SABC aim to provide students with an opportunity to work with our internal  clients and teams to address key business problems and identify areas of growth for the company. With your education and experience, you will be able to take on real-world challenges from day one.

Purpose

The purpose of this 12 months graduate programme is to provide operational support to Broadcast Clients (internal and external) in order setup/prepare/record and playout of broadcast material in support of all platforms with expected standards and available facilities/ equipment. The successful intern will be placed in different provinces as indicated above.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities:

  • Execute operational production requirements.
  • Assist in operating facility equipment.
  • Mic placements as per SOP.
  • Assist to record drama productions with FX, music and different audio streams.
  • Assist in recordings in accordance with customer requirements and broadcast standards.
  • Assist in monitoring of sound quality during recordings to ensure compliance with broadcast standards.
  • Assist in monitoring for schedule changes as per customer request.
  • Assist in monitorig sound/video quality to broadcast standards.
  • Record distributions in line with archiving best practice.
  • Setup mix-minus.
  • Operating digital playout systems.
  • Basic Audio/Visual manipulation of final mix, performed in accordance with customer requirements & broadcast standards (if necessary).
  • On time delivery of production material, within scope & within specifications
  • Report and escalate risk findings. 

INHERENT/MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

  • Sound Engineering Certificate (1 year & above) or Film/Video Technology or Relevant Qualification.
  • Advantage:  Sound Engineering Diploma (3 years) (NQF Level 6).
  • Driver’s License will be advantageous.

KNOWLEDGE

  • Physical attributes: Excellent hearing and eyesight (no colour blindness). Physically able.
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to work in a team and lead the team if required.
  • Proficiency in MS Office, i.e. Excel, Word, Outlook and Power Point.

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