Robben Island Museum Graduate Internship Programme for South Africans

Robben Island Museum Graduate Internship Programme for South Africans

The Graduates Programme is a two-year programme aimed towards attaining skills and experience from the workplace.

The Robben Island Museum (RIM) Graduate programme is structured work-based internship development programme focused on taking graduates from various Universities and University of Technologies through a structured work plan in order to expand their work experience

Successful candidates will enter into two years internship contract. The Graduates will enter into a contract with RIM and be placed within the relevant departments within the museum for the duration of the internship.

This programme offers opportunities to graduates that have qualified in the following disciplines:

  • Communication
  • Internal Control, Risk Management
  • Supply Chain Management, Business Administration/Management, Logistics, Purchasing Management
  • Finance
  • Research, Office Management x2
  • Conservation, Environment
  • Exhibitions, Audio Visual
  • Archives, Library Science
  • Education, Heritage
  • Human Resources, Industrial Psychology x2
  • Paramedics x2
  • Marketing
  • Customer Service, Public Relations

RIM does not guarantee post-internship employment to graduates that participate in the programme. All applications need to have completed University and University of Technology Diploma or Degree.

Applicants must be unemployed graduates willing and available for 24 months post-graduation workplace experience at RIM. RIM is an EE & AA employer. RIM reserves the right not to make an appointment if suitable candidates are not found.

How To Apply for Robben Island Museum Graduate Internship Programme for South Africans

Forward a detailed CV, accompanied by certified copies of your ID and qualification(s) as well as contactable & traceable referees, to [email protected] by no later than 12 September 2022

If you do not hear from RIM within 30 days, please consider your application unsuccessful