We recruit experienced professionals for key positions. Experienced professionals with an Honours or Master’s degree in Economics and more than two years of work experience, qualify for recruitment as associates and above. Genesis values the expertise that previous professional experience brings to our teams.
How do I apply for employment?
Your application must consist of:
- A motivational letter
- A comprehensive CV
- A certified copy of your South African identity document or passport
- Copies of all academic certificates obtained.
- The application is received and screened against required skills, competencies and experience
- The candidate is required to complete a technical case study
- Face-to-face and online psychometric assessments are conducted
- An interview is conducted
- Credential checks and references are completed
- If the candidate is successful, an offer of employment is made.
Genesis is an equal-opportunity employer. Preference is given to candidates from designated groups (i.e. South African Indian, Coloured and African candidates), as defined in the Employment Equity Act (No. 55 of 1998).
Applications can only be made online here.
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The Genesis Educational Foundation Trust was set up with the specific objective of assisting Economics students from previously disadvantaged backgrounds to pursue their postgraduate degrees in Economics or related disciplines.