Western Cape Education Department
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Western Cape Education Department Careers and Employment

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    5,001 to 10,000
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Rating is calculated based on 131 reviews and is evolving.



Internship in Cape Town
on 21 October 2021
Great Starting point
I did a government internship at the Dominican School for the Deaf in 2017. It was a great experience, I learnt a lot about the deaf community and the pay was fair especially for just an internship.
School Secretary in Lentegeur, Western Cape
on 2 August 2021
Love my workplace
I do love my workplace, but management makes it bad. You never seem to be good enough, even though you do your job as expected and tries to go that extra mile. It makes one despondent and not eager to assist as much as you can or want.
Intern in Cape Town, Western Cape
on 25 August 2020
It’s just so relaxing to work there The staff is friendly The environment is great The salary for an intern is okay The management is good Only Work from Monday to Friday and no public holidays
Principal . Primary School in Cape Town, Western Cape
on 31 July 2020
The WCED provides a stable
The WCED provides a stable working environment. It also provides opportunities for professional growth and development. There are many new developmental opportunities constantly arising. The field of technology is developing at an alarming rate.
Full time teacher in Plumstead, Western Cape
on 16 June 2020
Not impressed
It's tough to be a teacher, dealing with our society. 2 Timothy 3 : 1 - 5 springs to mind: people will become lovers of themselves. It is a government department. therefore it adheres to the ethos of the government.

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Why should we hire you and not the other candidate? What is your personal Growth Plan? Brief us about your challenges in your working environment and how you deal with them. What is your vision in the next year or so?

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