Internships: City of Johannesburg

Posted on Aug 30, 2021 by Jobcare

Internships: City of Johannesburg

The City of Johannesburg (CoJ), Group Finance Department has the following Internship opportunities available for a period NOT exceeding eighteen (18) months
The details are as follows:


Workplace: Jorissen Place, Braamfontein

  1. Department: Group Finance
    Branch: Property Unit
    Designation: Valuer – Intern
    Salary Range: R12 000 pm (cost to company, basic salary, no benefits)

Appointment Requirements:
– A National Diploma and/or Degree in Real Estate: Property Valuation or qualification recognized by the South African Council for the Property Valuers Profession (SACPVP);
– Computer literacy, communication and coordinating skills;
– Must be able to work extended hours as and when required;
– Ages between 18 – 35 years; and
– Only City of Joburg residents will be considered.

Primary Function: Undertake specific tasks associated with all aspects of property valuations, including property market research and the physical attributes of property as well as fieldwork for the compilation and maintenance of the City of Johannesburg’s General and Supplementary Valuation Rolls in order to comply with all responsibilities as delegated by the Municipal Valuer in terms of the MPRA 6 of 2004, as amended. Key Learning Areas: Undertake research and field work for the valuation of all types of properties by identifying and collecting information in preparation for property valuation including identifying and inspecting both the subject and comparable properties. Correct application of market value principles. Determine market value as prescribed by the MPRA. Managing implementation of the provisions of legal processes as provided for by the MPRA. Perform ad hoc tasks such as Parks
Contributions as and when required. Develop and execute day-to-day operational plan. Provide enhanced process optimization, efficiency and continuous improvement in property valuation. Maintain and monitor the assets and resources allocated to the Valuer. Engage relevant stakeholders and represent the Valuation Division on property valuation matters. Practise good governance and management of risk. Compile and submit various reliable reports.
Leading Competencies: Work independently. Work under pressure. Accountable and be able to
maintain privacy and confidentiality.

Core Competencies: Good Interpersonal and Communication skills and be able to work with the group. Coordination, Problem analysis and Problem-Solving skills required and Batho Pele Principles.

Contact Person: Gontse Segole
Tel No: (011) 628 4199

All applications will be through the website using this link:
Or visit and click on Vacancies.


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