Samancor Is Recruiting: Graduate in Training: Chemical Engineering (Middelburg)
PURPOSE OF THE JOB
To increase the Production Specialist talent pipeline.
To provide career development opportunities to graduates with potential.
To be trained in:
Successful candidates will undergo an intensive, structured 24-month Graduate in Training Development Programme under the supervision of Professionals. The Programme is designed to enable the Graduates to acquire knowledge and develop skills in a heavy Engineering plant in the mineral processing industry with regards to Chemical Engineering studies.
SAFETY, HEALTH, ENVIRONMENT & QUALITY
Identify and assess level of continuous risk exposures in area of responsibility by considering exposures to business, financial, legal issues, people, equipment, material, environment, processes, etc.
Consider the level of risk, apply mitigation and implement control measures for residual risk (set objectives, minimum requirements, etc.)
Comply with SHEQ requirements (SHEQ Toolbox)
Utilise the Integrated Management System (IMS) to initiate, investigate and report SHEQ status.
Ensure customer satisfaction
12 months fixed term contract
Performance and GIT Programme review after 12 months for extension of contract
MINIMUM QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE
Relevant Bachelor’s Degree or B-Tech Degree (Chemical Engineering)
Computer literate (MS Office)
Experience in Chemical/ Metallurgical Engineering environment will be advantageous.
BEHAVIOURAL COMPETENCIES REQUIRED
Operational Problem solving and decision making
Contributing to Team Success
Adhering to Values
Technical/ Professional Excellence
THE COMPANY IS UNDER NO OBLIGATION TO AWARD THE GIT PROGRAMME TO ANY APPLICANT, SHOULD NONE OF THE CANDIDATES MEET THE REQUIREMENTS AS DETERMINED BY THE SELECTION PANEL.
BEING SELECTED TO COMPLETE THE PROGRAMME DOES NOT AUTOMATICALLY WARRANT A JOB OPPORTUNITY WITHIN THE COMPANY.
IN MAKING THE FINAL SELECTION, CONSIDERATION WILL BE GIVEN TO ACHIEVING THE SAMANCOR CHROME EMPLOYMENT EQUITY OBJECTIVES.
CLOSING DATE: 14 May 2023.