Gijima Internship Program 2023 for South Africans (34 x IT Support Interns)

Gijima Internship Program 2023 for South Africans
Deadline: 14 July 2023 
Gijima is recruiting 34 x IT Support Interns on a 12-month internship program rolling out SAP ISH Med (SAP for Healthcare and Medical Industries).  Interns will be responsible for supporting the implementation of SAP ISH Med within the Gauteng Department of Health.  This internship offers an excellent opportunity to gain hands-on experience in a dynamic healthcare environment and contribute to the successful deployment of SAP ISH Med within the Gauteng Province.
The criteria is as follows:-

  • Candidates must have completed a 3-year tertiary qualification – National Diploma Communications Networks, National Diploma Computer Systems  Engineering, BSc Information Systems, National Diploma IT (this is NOT a WIL programme)
  • Clear credit (ITC) and no criminal record;
  • Candidates must currently be unemployed;
  • Candidates must not be participating on another learnership or internship program;
  • Candidates must have effective communication in written and verbal English;
  • Candidates must live in Gauteng – RELOCATION is not an option;
  • Candidates must be under the age of 35 as at 1 July 2023;
  • Candidates must be a South African Citizen – African, Coloured and Indian;


  • Support Implementation – assist in configuring, customizing and deploying SAP ISH Med modules;
  • Testing and Quality Assurance – assist on conducting tests, analysing result and resolving issues to ensure the stability and reliability of SAP ISH MED;
  • User Training and Support – provide training on SAP ISH Med functionalities and support end-users with any system related questions or issues during the rollout phase;
  • Documentation and Reporting – Generate reports on project progress, issues and resolutions;
  • Collaborate with Stakeholders – work closely with Team Lead and subject matter experts to ensure buy-in from the end-users of the ISH Med Clinical Solution;


  • Communication Skills – Strong verbal and written communication skills to effectively collaborate with team members and stakeholders;
  • Team Player – ability to work effectively in a team-oriented environment, collaborate with colleagues and contribute in general to a positive work atmosphere;
  • Adaptability – willingness to learn new technologies and adapt to changing project requirements. Willingness to travel throughout the Gauteng province and work after hours if required;
  • Meticulous with a strong attention to detail and accuracy;

If you have not received a response to your application by 31 July 2023, please consider your application to be unsuccessful.

For more information please contact:
Kerry Scheepers

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