Junior Cartels Investigator sought for a career in the dynamic field of competition law enforcement. The Cartels Division of the Competition Commission seeks to fill a vacancy for a Junior Cartels Investigator. If you are energetic and have an aptitude for investigations; research and analysis of complex economic or legal issues and are interested in joining our hard-working team of cartels investigators, then the Competition Commission invites you to apply for this challenging position.
Over and above operational requirements, our appointment will take into account the South Africa and the Commission’s Employment Equity imperatives.
If you meet all the criteria above and are looking for an exciting opportunity to make a difference to our economy, then look no further than the Commission! Submit your comprehensive CV using the Job tittle as the subject line of your email to the following email address to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 8th February 2020 at 17:00
• Shortlisted candidates may be required to undergo pre-assessment, psychometric and or competency assessments.
• The successful candidate will be vetted for security purposes.
The Competition Commission is seeking to recruit a dynamic, hard-working and committed individuals to fill positions of Senior Economist in the Economic Research Bureau. The job requires applicants to have a need to achieve results in a logical manner, whilst at the same time maintaining quality and ensuring that standards are met. The job calls for an analytical person who is capable of communicating facts and information to others. The job holder should be consistent, adaptable, precise, careful, self-starting, inquisitive, friendly and confident within the required area of knowledge and expertise. The job has some specialist or technical aspects and is likely to expose the successful candidate to different aspects of competition law and economics.
Competition law and economics are fast growing areas linked to the dynamic field of competition policy in South Africa and abroad. The Competition Commission requires young dynamic graduates, enthusiastic and energetic, with an aptitude for research and analysis to join the Competition Commission as Graduate Trainees.
The Competition Commission is responsible for: investigating and assessing anti-competitive behaviour in response to complaints, investigating large mergers, making referral to the Competition Tribunal; and investigating and deciding on intermediate mergers. In addition, it undertakes advocacy work to promote compliance with the Competition Act.
Please note the programme is available on a twelve 12-18 months fixed term contract.
Applications for the 2018 Graduate Programme close on the 30th September 2017
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BOFF is responsible for oversight of vendor’s Agoda, including efficient and accurate vendor registration and evaluation processing, fraudulent reporting, coordinate internal/external audit and interact within organization for improving work procedures. Are you interested?