Applications Open for the South African Bank Note Company (SABN) HR Internship Programme 2022

Applications Open for the South African Bank Note Company (SABN) HR Internship Programme 2022. The South African Bank Note Company, a fully owned subsidiary of the South African Reserve Bank (SARB), is currently looking for a high performing graduate to join the internship programme.

The internship offers an opportunity to acquire skills and practical work experience in human resources management. The duration of the programme will be 12 months, consisting of practical and on-the-job training.


  • Matric certificate
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resources as a minimum qualification
  • Must have completed the qualification
  • Must have obtained an average aggregate of 60% and above
  • Must be a South African citizen

Applications Must Include the Following Documents

  • A comprehensive CV
  • Certified copies of all qualifications, including statements of results
  • Certified copy of ID
  • A brief statement stating why the applicant chose to pursue such a career

How to Apply

Click here to apply online for South African Bank Note Company (SABN): HR Internships 2022

SABN is committed to equality, employment equity and diversity. In accordance with the Employment Equity Plan of SABN and its Employment Equity goals and targets, preference may be given, but is not limited to candidates from under represented designated groups. No application will be considered after the closing date, or if it does not comply with at least the minimum requirements. Correspondence will be limited to shortlisted applicants only.

Should you not hear from us within 10 working days after the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful. Prospective applicants must be willing to undergo a series of assessments and security clearance process as prescribed by the National Key Point Act.

Closing Date: 15 August 2022

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