African Mining and Crushing SA (Pty)Ltd Is Hiring: Driver (Code 10) (Fixed Term)





Driver (Code 10) (Fixed Term)


African Mining and Crushing SA (Pty)Ltd



Number of Positions available


Closing Date

20 September 2023

Summary of the role: To ensure that all AMC Standards are complied with when driving vehicles. To minimizethe standing time and maintain equipment in addition to other duties.

Duties and Responsibilities

Carrying out daily vehicle operational checks and ensuring vehicle is mine compliant.

Collecting and Delivering packages to customers or suppliers in a timely manner.

Interacting with suppliers and clients in professional conduct at all times, driver must always be neat and presentable whiles on duty.

Maintaining an organised daily travel schedule accordingly.

To renew personal driver’s license and PDP ahead of time when required.

Adhere to all safety requirementson andoff siteat all times.

Ensure that all vehicles are operated in a good working order and deviationsare reported asap.

Use vehicles in accordance with their design and the intention for which they weredesigned, having dueregard to safety and health.

Ensure that vehicles are kept clean and tidy at all times.

Ensure that all traffic rules and guidelines are observed and that goods are safely secured before driving off.

Follow all safe work instructions and instructions from your supervisor.

Ensure all passengers are wearing a safety belt before driving off.

Ad-hoc duties and overtime is required from time to time. Adapt to possible shift change on short notice.


Minimum Grade 10.

Valid Code 10 Driver’s licence.

Valid PDP.

Previous Bus Driving experience essential.

Familiar with mine rules and regulations.

Good communication skills (written and oral).   Ability to work in a team.


Should you meet all the criteria as listed, please email your CV to [email protected]. When applying, please quote the job title in the subject line and ensure that all relevant supporting documents are present i.e trade certificate. Applications that are incomplete and not clearly titled run the risk of not being screened. We urge all applicants to only apply for the position if they meet all the above criteria. Should you not hear from us within two weeks of submitting your application, please consider your application unsuccessful.

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