The Eastern Cape Liquor Board is an equal opportunity organisation with an aim to provide individuals with the opportunity to gain valuable experience and knowledge in their chosen field.
We are proud to offer 11 internship positions, each with a monthly salary of R 6000.00 for a period of 24 months.
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This is an incredible opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge and experience in the field of liquor control and to develop the skills and knowledge necessary to pursue a career in this field.
Our interns will gain invaluable experience and knowledge in sales, marketing, regulation and compliance, customer service, data analysis, and more.
We are committed to providing our interns with the best possible experience, and we are looking for individuals who are passionate, driven, and eager to learn.
The purpose of the Licensing Division is to licence liquor trading in the Eastern Cape Province in accordance with the Eastern Cape Liquor Act, No.10 of 2003. The Licensing Division is led by a Management Team. Its work is conducted by an administrative component, which prepares documentation pertaining to applications received for consideration by the Licensing Committee.
This is an internal committee, whose functions are delegated by the Board. The Committee, comprised of Executive Managers, considers applications and makes decisions for ratification by the Board. In order to maintain high ethical standards, all members of the Licensing Committee and the Administration Team are required to follow strict protocols with regard to confidentiality and privacy.
Confidentiality and non-disclosure of information undertakings are signed by each official involved in licensing. These undertakings are updated annually. The licensing business process is illustrated in the attached flowchart.
Office of the CEO
The purpose of the Office of the CEO is to provide ethical leadership and governance at ECLB. Cooperation and teamwork must be encouraged through a participative style of management. The Office of the CEO is led by the CEO and supported by the Personal Assistant and the Board Secretary. The CEO directs and controls management operations, management meetings for operational matters, policy formulation, regular periodic reporting and strategic planning processes.
The CEO also chairs the Licensing Committee, which is an internal committee, whose functions are delegated by the Board to consider applications and make decisions for final ratification by the Board. The Office of the CEO is responsible for the administration of all affairs of the Board.
The purpose of Corporate Services is to provide strategic leadership in the areas of Human Resources Management, Corporate Administration and Supply Chain Management in accordance with Labour Relations Act No 66 of 1995 as amended, Employment Equity Act No 88 of 1998 as amended, Basic Conditions of Employment Act No 75 of 1997 as amended and other relevant pieces of legislation.
The Corporate Services Division is led by a Management Team and its work is conducted by an administrative component. The Administrative component prepares documentation pertaining to Human Resources Management, Corporate Administration Management and Supply Chain Management. As Corporate Services, we maintain high standards by affiliating to various structures such as the Institute of Personnel Managers, South African Board of Personnel Practice, Labour Wise, South African Reward Association and Fleet Street Publication.
The Finance Division is tasked to ensure that all revenue, expenditure, assets and liabilities are managed efficiently and effectively. Furthermore, comply with section 57 of the Public Finance Management Act, No 1 of 1999 (as amended). The Chief Financial Officer oversees the functioning of the division supported by knowledgeable staff in their areas of expertise.
The Finance Division maintains proper records of revenue and expenses whilst also instituting internal controls to ensure effective, efficient, economical and transparent use of financial and other resources within the ECLB. Confidentiality and non-disclosure of information undertakings are signed by each official involved in the execution of their duties. These undertakings are updated annually.