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Grade 12 Learnership Jobs Programme at Triton

Triton Fleet Management is offering an opportunity for skilled unemployed candidates to participate in the National Certificate: Professional Driving Learnership commencing during the month of November 2016. The 12 month programme will consist of structured theoretical learning components combined with practical/ workplace experience and on successful completion the candidate will achieve the above qualification. The geographical area identified for hosting the Learnership is Gauteng.
Established in 1987, Triton has grown from a modest business in Durban into a sophisticated nationwide operation, boasting the latest in technology and vehicles. Triton provides express road freight distribution solutions for more than 2500 loyal customers nationwide.
Key Performance Areas
• Assist in loading and off-loading of vehicles
• Preparing a vehicle combination for a trip
• Handle documentation
• Perform ancillary duties
• Candidates must be South African citizens
• Hold a valid school leaving certificate equivalent of Grade 10 or higher
• Be between the ages of 24 – 35 years
• Be in possession of an UNENDORSED Code C1 Driver’s License – Valid PrDP will be an advantage
• 3 years blame- free accident driving record
• Must be medically fit
• Clear criminal record
• Must be able to read and write English
• Must be numerically orientated
• Must be prepared to work weekend and public holidays
How to apply
Should you be interested in the above please submit your applications via email to on or before 31st October 2016 by 12:00 noon
Should you not have received a response after 2 weeks of your application, kindly note that your details will be placed on our database for future development opportunities.
Via – Triton

Red Bull Wings Team Part-time Jobs

Becoming a Red Bull Wings Team Member is a dream job for thousands of students because it’s an amazing opportunity to meet new friends, make money and have fun. Most people drink redbull to stay awake at their boring jobs, but working for Red Bull will give you energy all day, everyday.
Red Bull South Africa seeks current university students to join their Wings Team in Gauteng, Eastern Cape, KwaZulu Natal and the Western Cape. The wing is the local face of the global brand, and excites the consumer about the Red Bull brand. Forming a part of the Wings Team – winning new consumers & confirming existing ones by educating them on the product benefits of Red Bull during various consumption occasions.
Watch this Red Bull video so you can see for yourself what it means to have the coolest part-time job.
• 1st or 2nd year (part- time or full- time) university student who is fully integrated into a university/college network #Active involvement in on-campus groups community-oriented clubs and associations
• Fluent in English, additional language skills an advantage
• Must have a Valid Driver licence
• Approachable, social & outgoing
• Strong understanding of youth culture in sports and culture
• Strong planning competencies
• Ability to work comfortably in a team environment
• Creative mind
• Excellent communication skills and ability to relate to different people in a range of occasions
• Approachable, social and outgoing
• Excellent time management and organizational skills
• Initiative and entrepreneurial, with a high sense of responsibility
• Enthusiastic, energetic and positive attitude
• Commitment & professional
• Must be proficient in standard Microsoft office applications and common IT tools
• Available to work flexibly part-time, including evenings and weekends
• Sit for extended periods of time in the Red Bull Mini Cooper during missions with long drive times.
• Work under diverse weather conditions.
• Stand and remain mobile for day-long sampling missions, walking distances of up to 5kms and carrying Red Bull product.
• Lift/carry a minimum of 1 tray of Red Bull (4kg).
How to apply
• Gauteng – Apply online
• Eastern Cape – Apply online
• KwaZulu Natal – Apply online
• Western cape – Apply online

Grade 12 Learnership Jobs Programme at Compass Group SA

Compass Group SA presents a funded opportunity to assist unemployed learners to participate in a Professional Cookery Learnership in the Free State Province.
The Compass Group is one of the largest food services and facilities company in the world, operating in over 50 countries and providing services in over 30 000 client locations.
• Unemployed for 3 months or a temporary worker at the Compass Group
• Matriculated (E+ for English and Maths) or currently completing matric (B+ in Consumer Studies)
• Between 18 – 29 years old
• Passionate to work with food
• Living in the province where the Learnership is offered

How to apply
Applications close on 27 October 2016.
Click here to apply online

Grade 12 Apprenticeship Jobs Programme at RCL Foods

RCL Foods Sugar & Milling will be embarking on an apprenticeship programme and we invite suitable candidates to embrace this opportunity by applying. We are looking for young, dynamic, self-motivated individuals who will be able to work independently. These opportunities are based in Malelane, Mpumalanga.
Disciplines for application:
• Fitter & Turner
• Instrument Mechanician
• Millwright
RCL Foods comprises of four principal operating subsidiaries being Foodcorp, TSB Sugar, Rainbow Farms and Vector Logistics.. At RCL Foods you will get a taste of a challenging role with real business exposure.
Apprenticeship Programme outline:
• Institutionalised training at the Industrial Training Centre (ITC) at Mount Edgecombe (approximately 20 weeks). Subjects for the National Technical Certificate may be taken by correspondence at the same time.
• Employment/exposure/training in different sections of the factory during operations and off- crop (approximately 29 weeks).
• The completion of each year’s training will be rounded off by a Mini Trade Test (phase test) which will determine the continued participation in the training program. A final Trade Test will lead to a National recognised qualification.
• Contracts are fixed term in nature and will be subject to a renewal process based at the sole discretion of the Company and will depend entirely on satisfactory progress and performance. Medical aid and retirement benefits are included
• Children of RCL FOODS employees will be given first preference
In order to be considered for selection, candidates need to be in possession of a Grade 12 with maths and science and at least a N2 qualification with relevant subjects
How to apply
Applications close on 04 November 2016.
Click here to apply online

EPWP : Umzimvubu Local Municipality x252 vacancies / jobs

Umzimvubu Local Municipality Vacancies

Cashier (x3) - Umzimvubu Local Municipality - closing: 27 October 2016

EPWP: Beneficiaries (x56) - Umzimvubu Local Municipality - closing: 27 October 2016

EPWP: Beneficiaries (x62) - Umzimvubu Local Municipality - closing: 27 October 2016

EPWP: Supervisor (x4) - Umzimvubu Local Municipality - closing: 27 October 2016

Food for Waste Staff (x100) - Umzimvubu Local Municipality - closing: 27 October 2016

Gym Attendant - Umzimvubu Local Municipality - closing: 27 October 2016

Manager: Special Programmes and Communcation - Umzimvubu Local Municipality - closing: 26 October 2016
Ranger (x4) - Umzimvubu Local Municipality - closing: 27 October 2016

Scholar Patrol Staff (x6) - Umzimvubu Local Municipality - closing: 27 October 2016

Swimming Pool Attendant - Umzimvubu Local Municipality - closing: 27 October 2016

Town Hall Care Taker (x4) - Umzimvubu Local Municipality - closing: 27 October 2016

Waste Awareness Campaigner (x10) - Umzimvubu Local Municipality - closing: 27 October 

Grade 12 Jobs Jobs Data collectors (x20 Opportunities) at HSRC

The Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) HAST Research Programme seeks to appoint 20 Data Collectors (8 in Gauteng and  12 KwaZulu-Natal) for a one month assignment on the The Characterization of Male Sex Partners (MSPs) of Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) study.
The data collectors will report to the Field work Supervisors and Provincial Coordinators.
Key responsibilities:
• Attend full training at Human Sciences Research Council (Durban).
• Ensure full understanding of the project processes;
• Working within a team, ensure that all data collection tools are in place before setting off to the field;
• Collect data in accordance with the study protocol;
• Provide potential participants information about the project
• Ensure that participants sign the consent forms prior to data collection;
• Hand over to the supervisor all items and data at required intervals;
• Report directly to the supervisor and only escalate matters to the Project Manager if this fails;
•Ensure quality work by following processes, procedures and steps outlined in the Training Manual and on which training has been provided;
• Management of assets provided by HSRC.
• The applicant should be in possession of at least Grade 12
• Prior relevant working experience in field work/interviews;
• Above average ability to read, write and understand English, and either Zulu/Xhosa or Sotho;
• Be able to communicate easily with study participants
• Willingness to travel long distances, within one’s province;
• Willingness to work in a team;
• Available for the duration of the assignment;
• Be committed and apply self-discipline to completing one’s task as required;
• Ability to work under pressure and adhere to the set standards of the project.
• Previous experience of work with HSRC will be an added advantage
How to apply
Closing date is 26 October 2016. Applications: In your application, please include (1) a letter of motivation; (2) your CV including past working experience in a managerial position and (3) the names of three contactable referees (with telephone, fax and/or e-mail contact details).  Please indicate the province for which you are applying in your letter of motivation.
Please quote the related reference number: AGYW Data Collector.  The HSRC will only consider applications that comply with the above requirements. Applicants may be required to undertake a written exercise in the competencies required for the position.
Please submit your application to: Ms Mandisa Mamotsau, Private Bag X41, Pretoria, 0001 or hand deliver it to the HSRC, 134 Pretorius Street, Pretoria.  E-mailed and faxed applications will also be accepted. Email: and copy Dr Inbarani Naidoo on,
For technical enquiries, please contact: Ms Neo Mohlabane (012) 302 2609 (Gauteng and Mr Dhee Naidoo (031) 242 5510 (KwaZulu-Natal).
Via – HSRC

Grade 12 Apprenticeship Jobs Programme at PetroSA

PetroSA is offering a limited number of apprenticeship training opportunities in the following trades at its Centre of Excellence (COE) in Mossel Bay:
• Welding
• Rigging
• Fitting
• Instrumentation
Successful candidates will be placed on a COE apprenticeship programme under a training contract that will cover the cost of the training. The programme will start in January 2017 and will run for a period of approximately 36 months. Successful candidates will be enrolled on a training contract and will not be deemed to be employees of PetroSA and future employment is not guaranteed.
PetroSA continues to play an instrumental role in the country’s transformation through a range of activities that span the petroleum chain. Starting with the exploration and production of oil and natural gas, we sell petrochemical products to South Africa’s major oil companies and export petrochemical products to the international markets.
PetroSA reserves the right not to award any training contracts under this invitation.
• South African citizenship and resident in the Eden District.
• Minimum Grade 11 with Mathematics (not mathematical literacy) and Physical Science as passed subjects, or N2 with Mathematics and Science as passed subjects.
• Drawings and trade theory related to the trade you wish to pursue would be an added advantage.
• Fluent in English
• Physically fit to execute the work of an Artisan in the field applied for.
You may only apply for one trade. Multiple applications will be disqualified. PetroSA is committed to employment equity and the selection of candidates will be done in accordance with our EE Plan.
How to applyClosing date is 07 November 2016.
Click here to apply online

Grade 12 Learnership Jobs Programme at Omnia

Omnia invites applications for graduate opportunities within its Fertilizer a division in Sasolburg, Free State. Omnia will grant candidates the opportunity to obtain a full qualification (Chemical Operations NQF 2) in one year. The learnership comes with a binding contract which includes workplace experience according to a prescribed training schedule and theoretical studies.
In addition to its large-scale production facilities, Omnia Fertilizer has a strong agronomic unit that plays a key role in advising farmers on how to improve the various aspects of farming practice and providing them with the specific tools to accomplish this.
• Grade 12 with Mathematics and Science for Chemical Operation
• Maths literacy not accepted
• No work experience required
• Medically fit
• Age: 18 years and over
• Suitable for a person without dependents
• Excellent communication skills
• Ability to adhere to academic guidelines.
• Will be willing to conform to rigid standards of performance
• High energy levels
• Go-getter, self-motivated
• Be able to produce work of high quality
• High concentration levels and pay attention to detail
• Work accurately and carefully
• Be willing to keep up-to-date with advances in techniques and equipment
• Good interpersonal skills
How to applyApplications close on 03 November 2016.
Click here to apply online

SAPS Mpumalanga : Entry-level Basic Training Learning 2016 /2017

The South African Police Service invites applications from all races and gender for Enlistment in the Basic Police Development Learning Programme from young, energetic, intelligent, physically and mentally fit individuals, dedicated to serving their country by pursuing a career in policing.
Basic enlistment requirements:
Young South African men and women who apply to be appointed as a member in terms of the South African Police Service Act, 1995 (Act No 68 of 1995), must:
• Apply on the form determined by the National Commissioner and affirm under oath or by way of a solemn declaration that the particulars furnished in the application are the truth and correct
• Be a South African citizen of which documentary proof must be furnished
• Be at least eighteen (18) and under thirty (30) years of age of which documentary proof must be furnished
• Be in possession of a Grade 12 School Certificate or National Certificate (Vocational) Safety in Society of which documentary proof must be furnished. Preference will be given to applicants who are in possession of at least a light vehicle driver’s licence
• Undergo a psychological assessment as determined by the National Commissioner and be found to comply with the profile of police official
• Submit himself or herself to a physical, medical examination as determined by the National Commissioner and must be found to be physically and mentally fit for appointment to the post for which he or she applies
• Be proficient in at least two of the official languages, of which one must be English
• Be prepared to take the oath of office
• Be prepared to undergo such training as determined by the National Commissioner
• Not have any tattoo marks which will be visible when wearing the SAPS summer uniform
• Have no previous criminal convictions and/or pending criminal, civil, disciplinary cases and such person shall allow his or her fingerprints to be taken and allow background enquiries to be made
• Not have been declared unfit to possess a firearm
• Be prepared to serve anywhere in the Republic
• Have a Body Mass Index of less than 30 or waist circumference of 102cm for males and 88cm for females.
All applicants will be subjected to fitness, psychometric testing as well as medical evaluation, and will be interviewed during the recruitment, selection and enlistment process. The SAPS will also verify the criminal record, qualifications, driver’s licence, citizenship and residential address of each applicant.
Applicants in possession of a valid driver’s licence for at least a light motor vehicle will have an added advantage.
Applicants who previously served in a Government Department and who were dismissed as a result of misconduct are excluded.
In view of the physical demands of the Basic Police Development Learning Programme, applicants with chronic diseases, physical impairments or any other health condition that may lead to interruption of the training programme will be excluded from participation in the programme. Such applicant’s failure to disclose the conditions will result in their withdrawal from the programme on the determination thereof.
The Criminal Law (Forensic Procedure) Amendment Act, Act 37 of 2013 requires that all new appointments in the South African Police Service as from 31 January 2016 provide a buccal (inside cheek) sample in order to determine their forensic DNA profile. The forensic DNA profile derived from the sample will be loaded onto the Elimination Index of the National Forensic DNA Database.
Basic Police Development Learning Programme
Selected applicants will participate in a Basic Police Development Learning Programme for a period of 21 (twenty-one) months.
The contract period of twenty-one (21) months comprises the following phases:
• Induction Phase: One (1) month’s induction at a designated police station.
• Basic Training Phase: Eight (8) months’ Basic Training at a designated SAPS Academy (with practical training at a designated police station)
• Probation Phase: After successful completion of the Induction and the Basic Training Phases, the police trainee will be appointed as a member of the Service under probation.
The police trainee will undergo on-the-job training for a period of twelve (12) months at a workplace determined by the Service. During the Probation Phase, the police trainee will be designated as a constable.
During the Probation Phase, the police trainee will be assessed to determine his or her suitability to be appointed as a permanent member of the South African Police Service. A prescribed assessment instrument will be used for this purpose.
The Service will pay a stipend of R4 500 per month during the Induction and Basic Training Phases of the contract period. No other benefits and/or allowances are payable during these phases.
The Service will pay a stipend equivalent to Band A, notch 1 (currently R152 943 per annum) during the Probation Phase. The police trainee will receive all benefits and/or allowances (subject to the qualifying criteria), that are applicable to a permanent member of the Service.
Core functions:
Successful candidates will serve as functional police officials. As such, they will be deployed to carry out one or more of the following functions:
• Prevent, combat and investigate crime
• Maintain public order
• Protect and secure the inhabitants of the Republic and their property
• Uphold and enforce the law
How to apply
Applications close on 04 November 2016. Complete an application form in your own handwriting. These application forms can be obtained from your nearest SAPS Recruitment office or the Human Resource Official at local Police Stations as well as the SAPS website
• Applicants must take note of the fact that application forms and employment are not for sale and any payment offered by an applicant or promises provided in that regard will be investigated and may lead to criminal prosecution. Applicants may report such incidents to the National Anti-corruption Line at telephone number: 0800 701 701
• Make sure you have signed your application form in front of a commissioner of oath
• Attach certified copies of your: ID document, Driver’s licence, Matric/Senior Certificate (Grade 12 certificate or equivalent qualification), Additional qualifications, Proof of residence
• Applicants who were subjected to the psychometric assessment and fit the profile will be requested, when undergoing the fitness assessment, to submit four (4) colour ID photographs, of which one will be utilised for the application form, one for the fitness assessment form, one for the interview form and one for the medical assessment.
Application forms can be hand delivered to the following offices:
The Provincial Office, South African Police Service, Mpumalanga
No 4 Ehmke Street, Nelspruit
Lt Col ME Todani
AC E Lukhele
(013) 762-4808/4389/4811/4809/4810, 4318
Gert Sibande Region
Dimag Building, 5A Naude Street, Ermelo
Capt F Nkgadima
AC AL Sibanyoni
(017) 819-2637 ext 223/208
Piet Retief Cluster
No 67 Kotzer Street, Piet Retief
Capt Gouws
PO Nkgadimeng
(017) 826-9544/9544
Secunda Cluster
Secunda SAPS, No 1 Steenkamp Street
Capt MJ Reno
CAC ND Mndebele
ND PPO L Van Zyl
(017) 624-2134/2237
Pienaar Cluster
21 and 31 Madikizela Avenue, Pienaar
LT Col SM Makam
AC MD Mahlalela
(013) 794-9338/9336
Acornhoek Cluster
Acornhoek SAPS, Street No 1,
R40 Road, Acornhoek
Capt LH Ndlovu
(013) 795-8037
Tonga Cluster
Tonga View, Main Road
Const SG Mkhatshwa
(013) 780-8323
Kwamhlanga Cluster
Kwamhlanga SAPS, Office No 35, Solomon Mahlangu Drive
PPO AM Msiza
(013) 947-4039
Witbank SAPS, cnr OR Thambo and Louise Streets
Capt BAC Matlala
PO JW Nienaber
PO MM Ramphisa
(013) 655-5239/38/34
Middelburg Cluster
Middelburg SAPS, HRM Office
Col Ramokolo
Capt Skhosana
(013) 249-1735/1738
Standerton Cluster
59 Charl Cilliers Street, Standerton
Captain LN Hadebe Sergeant PS Ngcobo
AC BM Mdluli
(017) 719-1250 ext 217/9
Via – Humanjobs

Grade 12: Firefighter Learnerships at West Coast District Municipality

West Coast District Municipality strives towards rendering a dynamic and effective service to the community under its jurisdiction. As an Employment Equity employer, the Municipality’s Administration & Community Services Department offers 6 Learner Firefighter opportunities in Vredendal (3) and Vredenburg (3).
Salary: R89 403 – R116 046 per annum (TASK Grading 5)
Ref: ACS 1
● Perform a variety of tasks associated with responding to and dealing with firefighting, emergency rescue services, rendering basic medical care, fire prevention and training activities
● Operating and maintaining firefighting equipment and apparatus
● Maintaining fire station facilities and related work as required under appropriate supervision in order to protect the lives and property of the community in accordance with the Fire Brigade Services Act, 1987 (Act 99 of 1987).
● Grade 12
● A valid Code B driver’s licence
● Fluent in two of the three official languages of the Western Cape
● Attention to detail
● Must be mentally and physically fit and healthy
● Candidates will be subjected to a fitness test (Medical and Physical).
How to apply
Closing date is 18 November 2016.
The prescribed application forms are available during office hours from Ms P.S. Boer, tel. 022 433 8400 or on the website at www.westcoastdm. Completed application forms, accompanied by comprehensive CVs and certified copies of diplomas/certificates/registrations and driver’s licence, are to be forwarded to West Coast District Municipality, Human Resources: Recruitment and Selection, P.O. Box 242, Moorreesburg, 7310.
Please Note: Council reserves the right not to make an appointment.
No late applications or applications via fax or email will be accepted. CVs will not be returned to candidates. Canvassing will disqualify a candidate.
Should no feedback from this office be received within 60 days of the closing date, candidates may assume that their applications have been unsuccessful
Via – West Coast District Municipality

Grade 12 Apprenticeship Jobs Opportunity at Pioneer Foods

Pioneer Foods is looking for an Apprentices in Bloemfontein. The purpose of the opportunity is to complete the theoretical and practical component of the programme, and complete a Department of Labour (DoL) recognized trade respectively.
Pioneer Foods is one of the largest producers and distributors in South Africa of a range of food, beverages and related products, for human and animal consumption.
• Demonstrated ability to read technical blueprints & diagrams.
• Demonstrated ability to use and manipulate trade materials.
• Demonstrated ability to use trade tools and equipment.
• Learned trade codes & regulations.
• Achieved contracted trade learning objectives for registration.
• Technical Trade Theory (N3)
• Willing to do shift work.
• Sound understanding and application of OSHA regulations.
• Sound understanding and application of preventative maintenance principles/practices.
How to apply
Applications close on 04 November 2016.

Grade 12 Apprenticeship Jobs Programme 2016 at Volvo

Volvo South Africa invites applications for apprenticeship opportunities to allow candidates to learn and qualify as Diesel Technicians.
Volvo Group is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of trucks, buses, construction equipment and marine and industrial engines under the leading brands Volvo, Renault Trucks, Mack, UD Trucks, Eicher, SDLG, Terex Trucks, Prevost, Nova Bus, UD Bus, Sunwin Bus and Volvo Penta.
Programme Overview
  • • Duration of Apprenticeship- 48 Months starting in 2017
  • • Monthly Remuneration Package with compulsory benefits
  • • Fixed Term Contract For The Duration of the Apprenticeship Programme
  • • Technical classroom based training in Gauteng (expenses covered)
  • • Workshop practical at local Volvo Trucks or UD Trucks Dealer in the Apprentice’s area of residence where possible
• Modular training with Trade Test

  • Completed N2 Qualification (minimum) with the following subjects:
  • • Diesel Trade Theory
  • • Engineering Drawing
  • • Mathematics
  • • Engineering Science

All subjects must be passed with a minimum of 50%
How to applyApplications close on 31 October 2016.
 Click here to apply online

Trainee Train Assistant at Transnet (Ermelo)

Transnet Freight Rail is looking for a Trainee Train Assistant in Ermelo, Mpumalanga, The purpose of the position is to assist the Train Driver in the movement of the train, shunt the train and to convey information to the client centre en route to enhance the safe, fast movement of commodities.

  • • Obtain and place equipment on train (plus minus 15 kg)
  • • Check and supplement prescribed equipment i.e. pantograph hook stick (plus minus 5 kg), jumper cables (plus minus 10 kg) etc.
  • • Coupled locomotives (multiple set) through air and vacuum hoses, jumper cable and ensure correct functioning of automatic coupler between locomotives
  • • Despatch locomotives, operating hand operated points
  • • Attach and/or detach vehicles according to works order in absence of yard personnel (Equivalent of 45 kg)
  • • Mount telemeters (where necessary) i.e. mount (front unit = 5.17 kg) (rear unit = 8.06 kg)
  • • Remove and carry train indicators to last vehicle and mount (side and rear indicators) (plus minus 10 kg). Required to board vehicle to effect proper mounting
  • • Examining of train as prescribed
  • • Verbal exchange of signal positions •Observe proceeding trains
  • • Patrol locomotives (walking through corridors of electric locomotives using extended foot plate and hand rails at speeds up to 40 km/h; walking on running board of diesel locomotives and stepping over to another locomotive at speeds up to 40 km/h; manual operating of circuit breakers while locomotive is in motion)
  • • Protect train during incidents, accidents etc.
  • • Be prepared to walk relatively long distances to check train loads (day and night)
  • • (Determine status of train, placing and securing of detonators on rail, displaying hand signals day and night, walking on uneven ground, ability to withstand natural elements)
  • • Assistance to Train Driver during emergencies (in event of Driver failure to bring train to standstill; walking long distances to report position, and requirements)
  • • Attach/detach trucks as per works-order (manual application of equipment; standing of vehicle walking alongside moving vehicles)
  • • Obtain radios/handsets/two way communication radios/telemeters when applicable (carrying of communication equipment and place on footplate or mount on vehicle)
  • • Assist the Train Driver by applying hand brake
  • • Secure as prescribed (applying hand brakes and placing of scotch blocks in front wheels)
  • • Store tools and equipment (remove kit-box from locomotive and store away)

  • • Grade 12 with Mathematics
  • • At least 1,6 meters tall
  • • Visual acuity
  • • Be prepare to attend and pass the first available course in Trainee Train Assistant duties
  • • Physically able to lift and carry objects (be prepared to be subjected to assessment of physical abilities)
  • • Applicants must have the potential and attributes necessary to be trained to efficiently and safely perform the tasks of a Train Assistant and to be trained as a Train Driver.

  • • Safety conscious
  • • Environmental awareness
  • • Conscientious
  • • Prepared to work overtime
  • • Prepared to work shifts

How to apply
Applications close on 20 October 2016.
Completed curriculum vitae (CV) to be submitted by fax to 0117749919
 (Please use this reference number: 50009647).
Alternatively click here to apply online

Grade 12 Safety Learnership Jobs Opportunity at Stefanutti Stocks

Stefanutti Stocks is offering Safety Learnerships within its RPM – Roads & Earthworks division in Henley on Klip, located between Johannesburg and Vereeniging, Gauteng.
Stefanutti Stocks is one of South Africa’s leading construction groups with over 12 000 employees and the capacity to deliver a range of projects of any scale to a multitude of clients in diverse markets.
Key Duties & Responsibilities
• Attending a full-time Learnership course at TJEKA.
• 100% class attendance.
• Submission of site workbooks.
• Need to be found competent in classroom training and on-site assessments.
• Compile supporting evidence relating to each Unit Standard.
• At completion Register as Construction Health and Safety Officer Candidate (CHSO.C) with SACPCM.
• Grade 12 Individual needs to be committed and able to take initiative.
• Must have own reliable transport and driver’s license.
• Must pass a learning ability battery and Psychometric assessment during the recruitment process.
• Must be a fit for the job profile of Safety Officer in terms of Predictive Index tool.
• Must pass baseline medical.
How to apply
Closing date is 31 October 2016.

Grade 12 Learnership Jobs Programme at Inseta

Insurance Sector Education and Training Authority (Inseta), invites youth between the ages of 18 and 35 years to be trained on insurance sector readiness programmes.
Are you interested in attending short learning programme that will prepare you for the workplace?
Have you completed Grade 12 and would like to do a skills programme in the insurance sector? Are you fluent in English and able to communicate well with people?
Do you present a professional image, are you unemployed and younger than 35 years?
If you have answered yes, then apply for the Inseta Work Readiness Skills Programme in Financial Readiness, Customer Care and Business Conduct.
• Certified copy of ID and Matric Certificate,
• Learner must have passed Maths, English and an additional South African language.
• Applicants may not be studying already
• Applicants must be South African
• All 9 provinces
How to apply
Closing date is 24 October at 16h00.
Via – Inseta

Grade 12 Chemical Operations Learnership Opportunities at AECI

Senmin International, a subsidiary of AECI Limited is looking to recruit 2 unemployed youth for a Chemical Operations Learnership Programme (NQF Level 2). The Learnership period will be of 12 months duration. The training will involve both Chemical Operations theory and a practical component at various AECI operations in Pretoria and Sasolburg
Senmin is a manufacturer and supplier of mining chemicals used in the beneficiation of a wide range of ores such as platinum, copper, zinc, coal  etc.

  • • Grade 12 or equivalent qualification with Mathematics and Physical Science.
  • • Age group 18 – 25 years.
  • • Ability to work within a Chemical Plant environment.
  • • Basic computer literacy would be an advantage.
  • • Must reside in the Sasolburg area

  • • Team Work.
  • • Communication.
  • • Adaptability.
  • • Attention to detail.
  • • Time keeping.
  • • Follow-up
How to apply
Closing date is 21 October 2016.

Seasonal Job Opportunites at Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel

The holiday season is traditionally the busiest time of the year for hotels and the hospitality industry usually increases the workforce just for the holiday rush. In anticipation of extra travelers the Belmond Mount Nelson hotel, a world renowned Hotel is seeking Seasonal Staff to serve its prestigious guests for the upcoming festive season. (Fixed Term Contracts).
Set in the vibrant heart of Cape Town, Mount Nelson Hotel offers easy access to all that’s happening in this dynamic city. Cape Town’s most famous luxury hotel, the Mount Nelson Hotel is a luxurious urban sanctuary set in beautiful gardens on the lower slopes of Cape Town’s Table Mountain.
Mount Nelson Hotel seeks dynamic, vibrant, and passionate individuals to join their world-  renowned, beautiful and historical hotel; who will take pride in themselves and serving their prestigious guest during the festive season. If you have what it takes, and consider yourself to have an authentic local character, and have the natural ability to delight guests, then apply for one of the below available positions:
Current Seasonal Openings at the Mount Nelson Hotel
• Commis/Trainee Chef
• Switchboard Operators
• Hotel Seamstress
• Housekeeping Supervisor
How to apply

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