About the Oudtshoorn Municipality
The Oudtshoorn Municipality is located within the areas of Oudtshoorn, Dysselsdorp, and De Rust. However, the rural parts such as Volmoed, Schoemanshoek, Spieskamp, Vlakteplaas, Grootkraal, De Hoop, and Matjiesrivier make up the great municipality as well. As a plethora of large settlements and smaller rural areas, Oudtshoorn prides itself with their constant growth.
Oudtshoorn believes in the act of providing only the best public service towards its local citizens. By being able to carry out great public service based on integrity, respect, and accountability, the municipality hopes that it is able to develop itself, for the betterment of their community. Through sustainable methods, Oudtshoorn is positive that that they can improve the social welfare of their own citizens.
About the Oudtshoorn Municipality Bursary Programme
The Oudtshoorn Municipality Bursary programme is an initiative that is held with the cooperation of the Provincial Treasury. Through this programme, the establishment is willing to provide a funding of R40,000 for each grantee on a yearly basis as a means to provide financial assistance to support their respective educational studies.
The bursary is made available for passionate tertiary institution students, and also Grade 12 learners who are planning to pursue their further studies within the 2020 period. In addition, bursary applicants must currently be residing in the Greater Oudtshoorn Municipality, which also includes the rural, less-visited parts as well.
Students who are pursuing or planning to take up an undergraduate/postgraduate full time degree or diploma focusing on the subjects of Finance, Accounting, Economics, Internal Audit, Supply Chain Management, Internal Audit, Infrastructure or Risk Management are more than welcome to apply.
If you need more information about the bursary programme and what the establishment mainly does, you can visit the Oudtshoorn Municipality website.
Oudtshoorn Municipality Bursary Requirements
If you plan on applying for the Oudtshoorn Municipality Bursary programme, then you will have to adhere to these following requirements. Just like any other programme, all of these requirements will be important towards the success of your application. To have a gist of what kind of people the bursary is seeking out for, you can visit the official website any time.
Besides the application form that you will be asked to submit, there are a couple of supporting documents that you will be required to provide as well. Below are the documents that must be attached to the application form:
- A valid copy of your Grade 12 certification or an official statement of your academic results
- Proof of enrollment in any established tertiary education institution
- A valid copy of your identification that is not older than 3 months
- Documentation of your current residential address
- A statement regarding your combined household income
- Your latest and most updated Curriculum Vitae.
How to Apply:
For all applicants keen on registering for the Oudtshoorn Municipality Bursary programme, you better start your applications from now. To download the official application form, you can easily access it by clicking the provided download link here. Candidates may also retrieve the form all municipal offices, libraries, the Youth Office and Oudtshoorn Thusong Service Centre as well.
After you have carefully filled out your application forms, it’s time to send them off. Please take note that the programme will only accept applications that are sent through postal carriage. To submit them, please refer to the submission address stated below:
Postal Carriage Address: HR Manager: Development & Transformation, Department Corporate Services, P.O. Box 255, Oudtshoorn, 6620.
Note: submit applications to Ms M Ayford, Senior HR Officer: Skills Development or Mrs R January, Senior Clerk: Skills Development, Oudtshoorn Municipality, Corner of Voortrekker Road and Baron Van Reede Street.
All candidates must ensure that all of their submitted documents are valid. If anyone were to be caught red-handed providing false or illegal documents, they will have their applications automatically revoked. In addition, applications that are sent online or via fax will not be accepted as well.
Announcements will be made within 30 working days after the closing date. If you have not been notified within that time period, unfortunately, your application for the internship has not been considered successful by the committee.
69 Voortrekker Road