Tuesday, 01 November 2016
Sibanye Gold is offering a limited number of positions to local community and labour sending areas for a full time study and learnership opportunity in line with Sibanye’s business needs.
Successful candidates will study Mining Engineering at the University of Johannesburg in 2017.
Beneficiaries of the Learner Official Mining Career opportunity will receive a full employment package with the company benefits aligned with the Sibanye Learner Official Scheme.
All tuition fees and books will be provided for by Sibanye.
Sibanye is a major holder of both gold and platinum reserves and is the leading producer of gold in South Africa.
The company is primarily involved in underground and surface mining and related activities, including extraction and processing.
Sibanye owns Beatrix, Bursnstone, Cooke, Driefontein and Kloof gold mines, while Sibanye Platinum includes the Kroondal mine in Rustenburg and is a listed company on both JSE and NYSE.
The company is committed to implementing the Social Labour plans currently in place and to building and empowering people and communities.
Operations: Sibanye Academy (Kloof, Driefontein & Beatrix)
The appointee should:
• Have a Grade 12 Matric Certificate with University Acceptance (Mid-year results will be provisionally considered if currently studying).
• Have the minimum University Acceptance APS of 23
• Achieved a minimum of at least: English 5(60 %+), Mathematics 5(60 %+) and Physical Science 5(60 %+).
• Be declared medically fit for the position and environment, as determined by a risk-based medical examination at the relevant Sibanye Gold Occupational Health Centre
• Distinctions in Mathematics and Physical Science
Preference will be given to applicants from the local communities and labour sending areas who meet the institution’s registration requirement
To apply for this learnership, kindly complete and attach this form to your application below is form.
Applicants who receive no response to their applications within 14 days may consider their application for the position to be unsuccessful.
Closing date is 11 November 2016.
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The Venture monitors and addresses the impacts and risks associated with the use of its products throughout their life cycles, including during stages outside of its control, such as use, recovery, recycling and disposal.
It works with national and international industry associations, its customers and suppliers to understand the environmental health and safety risk of its products and to find ways to mitigate these risks.
In terms of Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH), all the products the Venture exports to countries in the European Union have been pre-registered, with the relevant preregistration certificates and numbers available. The Venture is also actively involved in REACH.
No products produced by the Venture, or their packaging materials, were reclaimed during 2012.
The Venture is participating in a life cycle inventory project for primary ferrochrome production. The scope of the project is to create a life cycle inventory for one kilogram of chromium contained in ferrochrome. The project includes the mining of chrome ore and transportation to the smelters, the transport of reductants and fluxes to the smelters and the smelting and production of ferrochrome up to the gate of the smelters. It will also include a complete assessment of downstream ferrochrome uses (for example in the stainless steel industry). The Venture is collaborating with other South African producers on this project.
To ensure the quality of its products the Venture aligns its systems with the requirements of ISO 9001:2008 and some of its smelters are certified. Its laboratories are ISO 17025 accredited, which ensures that the methods and equipment it uses are accurate.
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