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Lecturer in Short Term Insurance (Nationwide)

Region :
Company : Milpark Education
Contact : Human Resouces
Contact email: [email protected]
Contact no:
Closing date: 31 Oct 2021
Job Specifications:

Responsibilities

  • Teaching
  • Programme Oversight
  • Recruitment, performance management and people development
  • Customer Service
  • Publication
  • Take accountability for own development
  • Special projects

Education & Experience Requirements 

  • At least an NQF 6/7 short-term insurance or related qualification.
  • RE 5.
  • Minimum five years’ industry-related experience.

 

Requirements:

By submitting your personal information and application you hereby confirm: 

  • That you have no objection to us reviewing and processing any personal information provided in the course of your application, as well as any information that you have provided in support of your application.
  • That you have no objection to us retaining your personal information in our database for future employment opportunities that might arise. If you would prefer that we do not keep your CV in this manner, please feel free to contact us at [email protected]

Should you wish to apply via an alternative channel, you may do so by sending your application to us via email at [email protected]. Please note that your application will only be accepted if the following conditions are met:

  • The subject line contains the vacancy reference number as indicated in the advertisement.
  • Your email includes your full name, surname and contact details.
  • Your CV is attached in pdf. format.
  • Applications sent to other email addresses belonging to Milpark will not be considered. 

Preference will be given to applicants from designated groups, and appointments will be made in line with our EE requirements.

Quick Polls

QUESTION

South Africa’s Financial Sector Conduct Authority (FSCA) has the power to raise revenues by issuing administrative penalties and fines against non-compliant financial services providers, with this money flowing back to the Treasury… Does this, in your view, create a regulatory / government conflict of interest?

ANSWER

Absolutely, as conflicted as it gets
Maybe, I’m on the fence on this
No, the FSCA can do no wrong
The guilty must pay
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