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McCarthy Toyota Marketing Graduate Programme

Advertiser: McCarthy Toyota
Location: Durban, Cape Town and Paarl

McCarthy Toyota is looking for vibrant, out-there marketing graduates (degree or diploma) to join their sales teams in KwaZulu-Natal and Western Cape as Digital Sales Agents.

You will need the following:
  • a driver’s licence
  • be under 25 years old
  • like to work autonomously
  • able to use your imagination in the digital space

If you can answer YES to the items above then this might just be the opportunity for you. Your remuneration depends on your performance, and there are also great company benefits.

Applications: If you fit these criteria then please email your CV to mccarthytoyota@talentup.co.za

Enquiries can be directed to Lee-Ann Boyce on (011) 706 9261. If you have had no response within 3 weeks please consider your application unsuccessful.

Please quote advert reference number in application: TUP007A

Closing date: 24 April 2013
Definitions:

Internship:

There are basically two types of internships:

  • The Undergraduate Internship: Usually with bigger organisations that pick undergraduates to attend the internship. It often takes places during the holidays and the average durations is a few weeks. In most cases the intern will receive some sort of stipend or salary and this type of internship may lead to a job offer to the intern once he / she is finished with their studies.
  • The Graduate Internship: This type of internship could be paid or unpaid and it is to gain practical work experience after the qualification has been completed and in a job related to the qualification. It could be from a few weeks or even one or two years long. This type of internship could also lead to permanent employment.

Learnerships:

A learnership is an occupational qualification and it consists of theory and work-based experience and practical skills, with formal assessment and a qualification. At the end of the learnership the candidate may be offered permanent employment.

In-service training:

In-service training is to gain practical work experience during studies. It usually takes place after a few years of theory has been successfully completed. It is essential work experience that is part of the qualification and the in-service training is necessary to achieve the qualification. It could be paid or unpaid.