Vodacom Vacancies 2023-2024

Vodacom Vacancies 2021, Vodacom is a leading African communications company providing a wide range of communication services, including mobile voice, messaging, data, financial and converged services to over 109 million (including Safaricom) customers.

From our roots in South Africa, we have grown our mobile network business to include operations in Tanzania, the DRC, Mozambique, Lesotho and Kenya. Our mobile networks cover a population of over 284 million people.

Through Vodacom Business Africa (VBA), we offer business managed services to enterprises in 32 countries.

Vodacom is majority owned by Vodafone (60.5% holding), one of the world’s largest communications companies by revenue.

Discover Our Graduate Programme

We’re looking for the future leaders of our business – today’s graduates who have the ambition, drive and ideas to shape their world. If that’s you, the Discover Graduate Program will provide you with an accelerated career path. Gaining high business exposure from day one, you’ll experience rotations in different areas of our organisation. We’re committed to developing and inspiring fresh talent so you can expect plenty of support and guidance as you develop your skills in your chosen field. It’s a challenging and rewarding adventure, and as you work alongside some of the industry’s leading experts you’ll develop the solutions that will shape our customers’ futures and yours.

Vodacom Vacancies 2019 Programme Requirements
  • Must have less than 2 years working experience post studies.
  • Must be under the age of 28 years old.
  • South African Citizen by Birth/Naturalisation prior to 1994, however citizens of DRC, Lesotho, Mozambique and Tanzania are encouraged to apply for consideration in those markets.
  • Must have obtained a minimum of 65% aggregate for completed or most recent academic results.
  • Must have a minimum of a B-degree (B-Com, BSc & B-Tech) qualification (NQF 7).
  • A 3 year National Diploma (NQF 6) will be considered in the following areas only:
    • Electrical / Electronic Engineering
    • Computer Software Engineering and
    • Information Systems/Information Technology
Applying for a graduate Programme position at Vodacom

Step 1
Before you can apply for a position, please ensure that you meet all of the above criteria.

Step 2

  • Complete the questionnaire below by choosing any one category from the list and answering all questions correctly.
  • Once you have completed the questionnaire successfully, you will only then be prompted to apply accordingly.

Once you apply, click on search for a job to find your desired career with us. Once you’ve registered and applied, we’ll email you confirmation of receipt. Our Resourcing Team will then carefully assess your application. You will also be able to search for career opportunities via our LinkedIn page and apply for jobs by simply uploading your CV directly from your LinkedIn profile. You can also refer friends and family to suitable positions.

Complete the questionnaire now to apply

Vodacom Vacancies 2019 Shortlist and interview

If you are shortlisted for a position you will be invited to attend a competency based interview conducted by the recruiting Line Manager and Resourcing Consultant. Your interview usually comprises questions relating to your qualifications and past work experience, as well as assessing job relevant competencies such as problem-solving, leadership or interpersonal skills required for the post. You may also be asked to complete a business/technical assessment prior to your interview.

Applying for a position

Click on search for a job to find your desired career with us. Once you’ve registered and applied, we’ll email you confirmation of receipt. Our Resourcing Team will then carefully assess your application. You will also be able to search for career opportunities via our LinkedIn page and apply for jobs by simply uploading your CV directly from your LinkedIn profile. You can also refer friends and family to suitable positions.

Employment screening

Everyone who’s offered a job with us is asked to take part in our employment screening process. The checks we do will depend on the role you’ve applied for. Checks may include education, residency, credit, criminal history and relevant professional qualifications. It is important for candidates to declare upfront anything that may negatively affect the application for a particular position.

Candidates applying for roles at Vodacom will be taken through a number of steps, from submitting their CV and completing online assessments to telephone and face-to-face interviews.

Preparing your CV

Your CV is an important part of your application to Vodacom and is your first opportunity to demonstrate your qualities and achievements. This makes it easier for us to determine where you might best fit within our organisation.

Begin your CV with a brief summary of your skills, accomplishments and career goals. Follow this with your employment history and work experience, starting with your most recent role. Include full details of your employers, dates, job titles and responsibilities.

This can be provided in the format of a PDF document or Microsoft Word documents alternatively text formats are acceptable. All resumes and related materials (transcripts, etc.) should be submitted in English.

Next, give details of your qualifications such as the university, college or school you attended, your qualifications and grades and any work-related courses taken. Start with the most recent and work backwards, using bullet points or a table. Finally, mention any hobbies or interests that have a particular relevance to the role or graduate programme for which you are applying.

You should:

Ensure your contact details are up to date and that the CV is no more than two pages long.

Use the “save as draft” tool if you are applying online and do not have enough time to complete the application in one go

Ensure you are familiar with the information submitted on your application and keep a copy of your CV to read before your interview.

Telephone interviews

We often conduct a short telephone interview to assess candidates’ compatibility with our values, as well as their general skills and motivation for applying. This will last approximately 45-60 minutes and is conducted by an experienced interviewer. You should put in the same amount of preparation as you would for a face-to-face interview.

The interviewer will ask you a serious of competency based questions. These can be answered by telling us about specific occasions when you have demonstrated a particular skill.

You should:

If using your mobile phone, ensure it has enough battery life remaining.

For each example, explain: the situation you faced; the specific task required of you; the action that you took; the result of this action; and learning’s taken away.

Give direct and honest answers.

Listen carefully and speak clearly, politely and confidently. Remember that you will not be able to make eye contact or use body language.

Pause for a moment if you need time to think through your answers.

Face-to-face interviews

Make sure you arrive early and are fully prepared. This includes dressing appropriately and bringing your CV and any other required documents. Confirm the interview time and location in advance so there can be no confusion.

Know your strengths and be prepared to give examples of when you have demonstrated relevant skills. Focus on your role in these situations and the outcomes, without exaggerating. Make sure the interviewer knows that you are enthusiastic about the opportunity to work at Vodacom.

You should:

Take a moment to think before answering each question

If you don’t understand a question, ask the interviewer to repeat it

Ask when you can expect feedback

If you are successful at face-to-face interview, we will contact you and let you know what happens next.

Online assessment

Once you have successfully completed your application, we may send you a link to a website containing some online assessments. These are designed to identify whether you have the skills required for the role and to assess your suitability for working at Vodacom. The number and type of assessments will depend on the role you are seeking.

You can take the assessments at any time within a fixed number of days, as specified in the email. Once you start, you will need to complete each assessment within a set time limit.

You should:

Complete some of the practice questions supplied before you begin

Only start the assessments when you are sure you can give them your undivided attention

Use the contact details supplied to let us know if you experience any technical problems

Click here to apply for a position at Vodacom now

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