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Learnerships And Internships At SA Weather

Closing Date: 26 October 2018

THE SOUTH AFRICAN WEATHER SERVICE is offering the following Internships and Learnerships for 2019:

  • Forecasting Internships
  • National Certificate: Weather Observations Learnerships

FORECASTING INTERNSHIP (REF: WS 12 / 10 /201 8), is offering Internships for study

The South African Weat her Service invites graduates who are in possession of an ho nours degree in Meteorology or A tmospheric sciences with at least mathematics on second year university level and physical sciences on first year university level to apply for a one – year training internship in forecasting at the head office of the South African Weather Service in Pretoria. This course will start in February 2019. The forecasting offices where forecasters possibly can be appointed are: Pretoria, OR Tambo International Airport, Bloemfontein, Durban, Port Elizabeth, and Cape Town. The following must accompany the application:

  • A certified copy of Matric results
  • A certified copy of the full academic record to prove the subject choice at the university where applicable
  • A certified copy of SA identity document
  • A CV
  • Motivation Letter
  • A certified copy of the different degree s The following will serve as recommendations:
  • Good interpersonal relations
  • A basic level of computer literacy

NATIONAL CERTIFICATE: WEATHER OBSERVATIONS

Bloemfontein [x2] (REF.WS0 1 /10/2018),

Irene [x1] (REF.WS02 /10/2018),

Nelspruit [x1] (REF.WS03/10/2018),

Mthatha [x1] (REF. WS0 4/ 10/ 2018), is offering Learnerships for study

Candidates with a Grade 12 (Matric) certificate with 50% ( D symbol) or higher for Mathematics (not mathematics literacy), 50% or higher for Physical Science and 50% or higher in English are invited to apply for learnership to undergo ten (10) months observation training at the SA Weather Service Regional Training Centre in Pretoria, commencing February 2019. Candidates will receive training in all aspects of weather observation as per the National Certificate in Weather Observation. (SAQA QUAL ID no 58995) After completion of training, successful candidates may be appointed at regional offices where shift work will necessitate having a valid d river’s license. It will thus be expected of the learnership holders to obtain a driver license within the training year, at own cost. Good interpersonal relations and computer literacy will serve as additional recommendations. The South African Weather S ervice is an equal opportunity employer. It is the intention of the Weather Service to promote representivity through the filling of these positions. This is an open advertisement, but candidature of individuals from the previously disadvantaged communitie s and females will receive preference. For any enquiries regarding the content of the training,

Download Application Form

Forward the application to: The CEO, the South African Weather Service, Private Bag X097, Pretoria 0001, for the attention of Ms. C. Rae. Correspondence will be limited to short listed candidates only. If you have not been contacte d within a month of the closing date of the advertisement, please consider your application to be unsuccessful.

NB. For interview purposes applicants should please quote the specific reference mentioned for each of the different adverts.

Enquiries should be directed to Ms. C Rae at Tel (012 ) 367 – 6019 or by email to colleen.rae@weathersa.co.za

Chemical Operations Learnership

Omnia: Chemical Operations Learnership

Closing Date: 21 October 2019
Location: Sasolburg

Qualifications

  • Grade 12 with Mathematics, Science and English Language.
  • Maths literacy not accepted.

Duties

To attend theoretical classes at an accredited provider.
To obtain relevant plant training on site.
Must complete curriculum for the designated trade per schedule as prescribed by CHIETA.

Job Competencies

Medically fit,
Age: 18 years and over,
Excellent communication skills,
Ability to adhere to academic guidelines,
Willing to conform to rigid standards of performance,
High energy levels,
Self-motivated.
Be able to produce work of high quality,
High concentration levels and attention to detail,
Work accurately and carefully,
Be willing to keep up-to-date with advances in techniques and equipment, Good interpersonal skills.

Preference will be given to Metsimaholo residents

Apply Online for the Omnia Chemical Operations Learnership Programme

Learnerships At SASOL

Do you have what it takes to become a Sasol Learner Artisan? Apply for one of the following Learnership opportunities:

MAINTENANCE:

Sasolburg: Instrumentation, Electrical, Mechanical Fitter

Secunda: Instrumentation, Electrical, Mechanical Fitter, Turner, Welder, Rigger, Boilermaker

Requirements

To be considered for any of the above disciplines, you will need a completed National Senior Certificate with a 40% pass in the following subjects:

  • Technical Mathematics or Mathematics SG / HG
  • English/ Business English  SG / HG
  • Technical Science, Physical Science or Engineering Science SG / HG

OR

A full N3­ certificate with Mathematics, Engineering Science, Business English

PRODUCTION:

Process Artisan

Requirements

A completed National Senior Certificate with the following subjects passed:

  • Technical Mathematics or Mathematics SG/HG
  • English/ Business English  SG/HG
  • Technical Science, Physical Science or Engineering Science SG/HG

OR

A full N3 certificate with Mathematics, Engineering Science, Business English

You may only apply once.  The Recruitment process requires psychometric assessment, interviews, a medical and fitness assessment, security clearance and qualification verification.  A candidate becomes eligible for the final selection process once all verifications have been completed.

How To Apply

Apply Online for the SASOL: LEarnership Programme in Sasolburg

Apply Online for the SASOL: LEarnership Programme in Secunda

Location: Sasolburg, Secunda