SASOL: Learnership , Graduate and Internship Programme 2019
Closing Date: 05 September 2018
Location: Sandton, Secunda, Sasolburg, Ekandustria, Germiston, Durban
The YES opportunity provides a one year work-based job experience aimed at affording unemployed youth including scholars and graduates work experience within a working environment. The program offers a structured opportunity to gain practical and meaningful work experience.
The main deliverables of the role is for the candidate to:
- Gain practical work experience;
- Increase own understanding of the work involved in a particular field;
- Increase self-confidence;
- Comply with all Company policies and procedures
In order to qualify you have to be a South African citizen between 18 and 29 years of age and currently unemployed. Preference will be given to applicants from previously disadvantaged groups who are currently residing in our fence line communities.
Administrative roles: National Senior Certificate
Operator and related roles: National Senior Certificate/ full N3 with Mathematics, Science and English
Functional roles such as HR, Legal, Information Management, Supply Chain, Marketing, Finance, SHE and Engineering- or Technically–related roles: A tertiary qualification such as a relevant Diploma or Degree.
KEY COMPETENCIES REQUIRED
Self-mastery – Takes accountability for driving own growth through developing self-awareness, reflecting, seeking feedback and self-correcting.
Functional / Technical
Functional skills and technical competencies may be required, depending on the nature of the role where the business considers placement of the YES-Learner.
Note: Failure to provide Sasol with truthful information and valid documents will render your application null and void. Please take note that shortlisted applicants will be interviewed and subjected to a full recruitment vetting process.
How To Apply
Apply Online for the SASOL: Learnership / Graduate / Internship Programme 2019
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