Tiger Brands: General Work Vacancies

Tiger Brands: General Work Vacancies

Closing Date: Not Specified Organization Tiger Brands Employment Type Internship Province Gauteng Town/City Johannesburg   Details The Tiger Brands Management Traineeship Programme Programme is a… Mizzou News for Friday, July 3 Welcome to Labor of Law. On the clock: PPP data reveals law firms that sought relief. Plus: New suits confront Facebook and Oracle board diversity and Pinterest hires Wilmer Hale. A California suit confronts tension over child care and working from home in the virus era. Thanks for reading! Complaints have been constant and steady during the pandemic as the department processed more 1,361,036 claims for unemployment benefits from March 1 through May 30. That’s nearly 11.5 times the number of claims the department processed over the same period last year.

The Tiger Brands Management Traineeship Programme Programme is a 24 month accelerated development programme which aims to recruit bachelor’s degree / Btech graduates who demonstrate the potential to reach senior leadership positions in the organisation. MT’s across various disciplines are selected and taken through a structured combined learning programme which intends to prepare them for roles within the organisation.

​What Are We Looking For In The Tiger Brands Management Traineeship Programme Programme?

Successful candidates in the programme should have the desire to build a career with a leading FMCG company, would have a sound academic record at an accredited institution and recently have completed their 3 or 4 year tertiary qualification.

Management Traineeship Programmes must have displayed the potential for high achievement and innovation throughout their qualification, have not worked full time (more than 1 year, not including workplace experience) in their field of study, must be computer literate in MS Word and Excel and have a valid driver’s license.

The type of qualifications that are viewed favourably to enter the graduate programme include:

  • Engineering: BSc/BEng Degree (Mechanical, Chemical, Industrial & Electrical)
  • Supply Chain: BCom Degree (Logistics, Supply Chain)
  • Human Resources: BCom Degree (Human Resources, Industrial Psychology)
  • Corporate Affairs: Bachelor’s Degree (Business Management, Economics, Enterprise Development. Communications, Strategic Communication, Journalism)
  • Marketing: Bachelor’s Degree ( Majoring in Marketing)
  • Customer: BCom Degree in Business or related fields ( Entrepreneurship, Economics, Business Management etc)
  • Africa: Business Management, Economics, Enterprise Development, Entrepreneurship, Sales & Marketing

Listed below are the minimum requirements that you are required to meet:

  • Citizen in the country of hire
  • A relevant Bachelors degree
  • Completion of post-graduate studies would be advantageous
  • High levels of ambition and self-motivation, supported by a strong desire for a career in FMCG, within Tiger Brands

Leadership and team working capabilities

  • Must have displayed the potential for high achievement and innovation throughout their qualification
  •  Have not worked full time (more than 1 year, not including workplace experience) in their field of study

Recent graduate from a tertiary institution

  • Work authorisation in the country for which application is being submitted
  • Geographical mobility – you will move to different locations throughout the training programme and you will need to relocate
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • Must have a valid driver’s license.
  • Apply Online for the Tiger Brands General Worker Vacancies 
  • Apply Online for the Tiger Brands Supply Chain Management Traineeship Programme
  • Apply Online for the Tiger Brands Mechanical Engineering Management Traineeship Programme
  • Apply Online for the Tiger Brands Marketing Management Traineeship Programme
  • Apply Online for the Tiger Brands Corperate Affairs Management Traineeship Programme
  • Apply Online for the Tiger Brands Africa (TBI) Management Traineeship Programme
  • Apply Online for the Tiger Brands Agriculture Management Traineeship Programme
  • Apply Online for the Tiger Brands Human Resources Management Traineeship Programme
  • Apply Online for the Tiger Brands Research & Development Management Traineeship Programme
  • Apply Online for the Tiger Brands Customer Management Traineeship Programme

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Jim Sterk and the SEC have got a lot of contingency plans.. but will anything work?

Jim Sterk and the SEC have got a lot of contingency plans.. but will anything work?

First off, Nate basically stole my headline in his piece Thursday. I, too, was going to say something about dominoes, but now I can’t. Headline thief. Moving on…

Missouri Athletic Director Jim Sterk spoke with the media via Zoom on Thursday afternoon, and it was both informative and unnerving (for me, at least). According to Dave Matter’s recap in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the biweekly SEC calls between the league leaders and ADs have contained some discussion about cancelling non-con games, but “we’re not there yet,” Sterk said.

I’m sorry, but how AREN’T we there yet? I really think we’re just fooling ourselves if we think the recent Ivy and B1G decisions won’t just be the beginning of a massive onslaught of similar announcements that will eventually make their way to the grand Southeastern Conference, the mightiest conference in all the land (was that a bit much? sorry). Has anyone noticed the rising COVID numbers in SEC states like Alabama? Georgia? Louisiana? Tennessee? South Carolina? FLORIDA (sorry, mom & dad)? Looking at the most recent numbers on the reported positive tests from Wednesday, those 6 states alone had anywhere from an additional 1100-9,900(!!!) positive tests. COVID — pardon my terrible grammar for a sec— AIN’T GOING NOWHERE.

So personally, no, I don’t know if I see how keeping the schedule as is is going to work.

I don’t honestly know if I can see football being played at all. An NFL story came out Thursday said that they were banning jersey switching and postgame interactions with players of other teams less than 6 feet apart, like that will just magically solve the problem. That is almost comical, though not altogether unsurprising coming from that league. And as it has also been pointed out, what about offensive and defensive lineman? There’s no way they aren’t transferring droplets from their own bodies to others and vice versa. It’s a contact sport, for God’s sakes. Did the rules of football suddenly change? Are we transitioning to college-level flag football?

And as Nate said in his piece, the dominoes are starting to fall. Not long after the Big 10 made their announcement on Thursday, there were rumblings of the PAC-12 following suit. So who’s next?

It IS great to know, and Matter’s article pointed it out, that no positive tests came from Mizzou’s athletic facilities. Their cleaning practices and social distancing protocol ARE working, and that’s great. But, that means those testing positive are getting it from going other places and being around other people — in bars, at restaurants, attending parties — who have COVID, and that’s… not great. It’s not like we can keep student-athletes in a bubble like the NBA or lock ‘em in their rooms or have them be chaperoned 24 hours a day, though. I mean, they are UNPAID athletes and college kids who will, sadly, do what they want regardless of what is strongly suggested that they do by their “elders” (coaches, upperclassmen, parents, etc).

As for good news, it appears that as of now, all Mizzou sports are safe. That, of course, can not be said of other schools like Stanford (<— link to excellent story by Pat Forde) and now, Dartmouth, who announced that they are cutting their swimming & diving programs on Thursday, among other sports like rowing. My dad reminded me (they lived in MA for a while), that rowing is HUGE in the northeast, especially at an Ivy, so cutting that is just… wild. It’s wild times, y’all.

Anyway, on to the links. Sorry (but not really sorry) about my anger regarding this. I wish SO BADLY that I had more optimism about college football season (and sports occurring in general), but I do not. Not at all.

Happy Friday? Yeah, HAPPY FRIDAY!!

  • Nate covered the breaking news about the Big 10 moving to conference-only games.
  • Sam and Matt were back with a new episode of Dive Cuts and talked crootin’ and cocktails (I’m sensing a theme these days).
  • KC Star: Souichi talked with some Sun Belt coaches about what to expect from Drink’s offense this fall (super cool).
  • St. Louis Post-Dispatch: Matter was back with his weekly chat. Here’s the Q&A.
  • Trumans Tales/Fansided: Rilee Stapleton continued his 2020 position previews with Quarterback, while Christian McDonald wrote about three freshmen to watch this season.
  • PowerMizzou/Rivals): Gabe put together the first part of a two-part post of an All-Era Rivals Show Me team starting from its rankings inception in 2002. Part 2 will contain their own more subjective rankings.
  • Jim Sterk ZOOM call coverage: Andy Kimball (Columbia Missourian). Souichi Terada (KC Star). Gabe DeArmond & Mitchell Forde’s transcript (PowerMizzou).
  • Saturday Down South: Connor O’Gara wrote about how we don’t totally know what to expect from Drink’s offense, but we do know some things, and Adam Spencer previewed Mizzou’s Offense from a better or worse prospective (part of a series on each SEC team).
  • Excellent work by the graphics department:
  • Bennett Durando of the Missourian has done an awesome job compiling stories from local coaches about moments that shaped them in their coaching careers. This is a landing page to all that has been shared so far. Well worth checking out.
  • Power Mizzou’s Gabe DeArmond and Mitchell Forde were back with more hot taeks in their weekly Blowing Smoke, Presented by Weston Tobacco series. It’s mostly football, but has some random stuff, too.
  • I don’t particularly care for this game X is playing….
  • Xavier Pinson adding intrigue to your life on Instagram. Fwiw, am told he isn’t in the transfer portal.

    He’s testing the NBA Draft waters and Aug. 3 is the deadline to remove name from draft consideration and retain eligibility. pic.twitter.com/yJkj3EkwvO

    • Wishing a very happy birthday to Coach P!
    • Lots of Mizzou Athletics teams participating in the #MaskUpMizzou hashtag: Mizzou Baseball, Larissa Anderson , Coach Pingeton, Coach Martin, Coach Smith (wrestling), Volleyball, and many of the student-ahletes. WEAR A MASK. Seriously.

    These are some of the best sports stories & tidbits I found regarding some goings-on in sports and the world— Enjoy!

  • Benjamin Hochman of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch wrote an excellent piece on Jack Flaherty, who has become quite the advocate for social change in the Cardinals clubhouse.
  • In a really interesting story in the LA Times, J. Brady McCullough wrote about how college football parents have formed a group, College Football Parents 247, which now has 1400 members, and advocates for those returning to the field to play football in the midst of a global pandemic.
  • KMOX’s Tom Ackerman was back with a new Garage Happy Hour. His newest guest? THE FREESER!
  • It’s been almost a decade since he hit the most famous home run in @Cardinals history. But @DavidFreese has achieved a lot more since 2011. Reach out to your friends, even those on top of the world. He’s in a very good place now. He’s also in my garage :)https://t.co/ulh614bLeO

  • And I’ll leave you with this, from Bill Nye The Science Guy (my fifth graders LOVED Bill Nye videos and could sing the theme song without even watching his show).
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    With 1 million-plus Illinoisans out of work, Pritzker taps new Employment Security chief: ‘These are not normal times’

    With 1 million-plus Illinoisans out of work, Pritzker taps new Employment Security chief: ‘These are not normal times’

    Kristin Richards has spent 18 years in public service, leading nearly two dozen state agencies and working for two governors and two state Senate presidents.

    She’ll need to draw on all that experience in her latest job, taking over the beleaguered Illinois Department of Employment Security in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic that has left more than a million Illinoisans unemployed.

    Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Thursday appointed Richards, chief of staff to state Senate President Don Harmon, to the high-pressure post, saying she is “keenly aware of the economic hardship too many are facing.”

    In announcing Richards’ appointment, Pritzker acknowledged “these are not normal times.”

    “As Illinoisans have faced unimaginable hardship due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Department of Employment Security has processed a historic number of claims,” the governor said in a statement. “These are not normal times, and I remain committed to doing everything in my power to support our residents when they need it most.”

    Richards replaces Thomas Chan, whom Pritzker said led the department “during a period of unprecedented volume and need for the people of Illinois.”

    Complaints have been constant and steady during the pandemic as the department processed more than 1,361,036 claims for unemployment benefits from March 1 through May 30. That’s nearly 11.5 times the number of claims the department processed over the same period last year.

    “The unemployment claims process has been a source of hardship for all too many Illinois residents,” the governor said in April. “Our state unemployment filing systems, which were built a decade ago for a much lower number of claims, simply haven’t kept pace. This was the painful truth that we discovered when unemployment began to spike.”

    Since then, Pritzker has recruited retired employees from the Department of Employment Security to come back to work; boosted the department’s phone system capacity by 40% and extended daily call center hours; opened another call center with 200 employees’ and hired consultants to overhaul and build new platforms for the department. But many Illinoisans are still complaining to their elected officials that they can’t file claims, and in some cases, can’t reach a human at the department.

    Richards has overseen nearly two dozen state agencies and seven state budgets. Since 2016, she served as chief of staff to the state’s Senate presidents, most recently Harmon, and before that his predecessor, North Side Democrat John Cullerton.

    Richards also served as deputy chief of staff to former Gov. Rod Blagojevich from 2007 to 2009, serving as the policy development lead on education and capital planning. Richards began her career in public service as a James H. Dunn Fellow in the governor’s Springfield office.

    Harmon called Richards a “phenomenal chief of staff.”

    “What most people don’t know is that since we adjourned, she has thrown herself into working on the unemployment system, personally handling casework for senators and providing a human, caring touch in helping people navigate the bureaucracy during this economic crisis,” the Oak Park Democrat said in a statement. “I have complete confidence in her ability to successfully take on these responsibilities and wish her the very best.”

    Illinois Senate Majority Leader Kim Lightford, D-Maywood, called Richards “a true public servant, an inspiration and a powerhouse of a woman.”

    “Shine on Kristin!” Lightford said.

    Source: chicago.suntimes.com

    Author: Tina Sfondeles


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