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Manufacturing Maintenance Department

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS:
 Minimum 5 years’ post Apprenticeship experience within the Manufacturing industry
 Must be qualified to do work on Lathe and Milling machines
 Arc & Gas welding experience (essential)
 Boiler House knowledge
 Basic Rigging experience with proof of training (advantageous)
 Willing to do standby and work overtime based on production requirements
 Own Transport
 Grade 12 with N3 Trade Theory
 Fitter & Turner Trade Test

Job Requirements: 

Manufacturing Maintenance Department

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS:
 Minimum 5 years’ post Apprenticeship experience within the Manufacturing industry
 Must be qualified to do work on Lathe and Milling machines
 Arc & Gas welding experience (essential)
 Boiler House knowledge
 Basic Rigging experience with proof of training (advantageous)
 Willing to do standby and work overtime based on production requirements
 Own Transport
 Grade 12 with N3 Trade Theory
 Fitter & Turner Trade Test

SALARY PACKAGE:
 Basic Salary + Overtime
 Plus Medical & Provident Fund

DOCUMENTS REQUIRED:
(Applications must be accompanied by certified copies or will not be considered)
 CV in Ms Word format
 Trade Test
 Matric Certificate
 ID
 Latest Payslip

Ref# Position Name
Posted: 11 January 2021

Work references, criminal checks and qualification checks will be done on the successful candidate.
Please deem your application as unsuccessful if you receive no feedback after 14 days.

Job Type: 

Permanent

Company Name: 

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