The Aim of this initiative is to provide priority to candidates from the designated groups, specifically as per our Employment Equity targets in our unit and in Sasol.
This will be an opportunity for people to enter the workforce.
People living with disabilities or a disability are encouraged to apply.
The successful candidates will be offered the opportunity to be part of a 1 to 2 year on-the-job training internship, and WIL programme to gain experience in their respective fields of study or interest
TO APPLY: SMS THE WORD SASOL TO 33808 BETWEEN 6 -18 November 2012.
Applicants require 15 to 18 SMS' on a mobile phone to apply successfully.
Note that correspondence will be done through a cellphone SMS system. You will then be asked questions which you will need to answer. Each SMS will cost R1.50. All applications must be done via the SMS system, any other applications will not be considered.
Please note that you may only select one discipline from the list below:
-Human Resources = requires N6 and Graduates -Finance = requires a B.Com Degree -Inbound = requires a National Diploma or Degree in Supply Chain / Logistics -Outbound = requires Grade 12 or an Industrial Engineering Degree or a Diploma
-Good interpersonal skills -Ability to work in team -Problem solving skills -Innovative and analytical thinking -Computer literacy -Ability to work under pressure -Sound communication skills
These are 1 to 2 years contract appointments. (depending on your qualifications and performance).
The appointments of candidates is subject to the verification of all their credentials. Sasol is committed to establish a diverse workforce.
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