If numbers, accounting, and finance give you pleasure then working at SARS may be a great place to start your career. SARS stands for South African Revenue Services and is a division of the Government.
SARS learnerships are offered for accounting, economics, law and more. Not only are they responsible for collecting different taxes but also have to ensure all tax laws are upheld and complied to.
This Government department aims to always be transparent and client orientated. Their core functions are to collect all duties, taxes, and levies, to enable trade, to safeguard against corruption and illegal import or export of goods, services and more.
They also offer advice to the Minister of Finance on matters concerning revenues. The SARS aims to boost economic growth find ways to improve the finances of all citizens and social expansion.
Each department of SARS has their own closing date for available learnerships. Consequently, these mostly differ and is advertised when the learnership is made accessible.
If you meet all the requirements and would like to apply for a learnership with SARS, you may do so once applications open.
About SARS Learnerships
SARS has a selection of career fields for you to consider as part of their learnership program. Below we have compiled some of these career fields for you to look at.
Most of their available learnerships are in the financial career fields.
SARS career fields:
- Human Resources
- Internal Auditing
- Commercial Law
- Business Statistics
- Forensic Accounting
SARS learnerships are usually for 18-months to 36-months and successful candidates will receive a monthly allowance for this period. Permanent positions with SARS is not guaranteed but if there is an opening in their branches learnership candidates may be considered.
SARS Learnerships Requirements
To join this dynamic learnership program offered by SARS you need to comply with all the stipulations as set out. Here is a list of the basic requirements you will need to meet to be eligible for a learnership with SARS.
Basic learnership requirements:
- All applicants who as citizens of South Africa
- Candidates with a Matric or Grade 12 certificate
- All applicants with a legal ID book or document
- Candidates who are proficient in English (read, write & speak)
- All applicants who have good accounting or mathematical scores
- Candidates who have a diploma or degree in specified fields
People with a disability may also apply, however, they must provide a medical certificate stating the disability.
SARS Learnerships Application
SARS learnerships application online can be accessed by login into the SARS Website. Alternatively, you can find more detail about opportunities from SARS by visiting their Careers Page, Trainee Programs Page or Leanerships Page. You can also enquire about their learnerships by sending an email to [email protected]
You must only provide certified copies of all documentation and not submit your originals. Failure to supply documentation, submit the application on time or not completing the application in full will result in disqualification of your application. All contact detail must be current and working.