Closing date: 31 January 2016
Location: East London
Key Duties & Responsibilities
Mercedes Benz Skills Development
With our unique products, strong brands, global orientation and trailblazing innovations, Mercedes-Benz Group of Companies is pursuing the ultimate goal of becoming the world’s leading player in the automotive industry. The following opportunity is now available in East London CBD/IDZ:
Skills Training Programme
Applications are invited from individuals in and around East London to apply for a 2-month Skills Training Programme at MBSA. This programme is aimed towards upskilling individuals with manufacturing shopfloor skills for potential employment in the local CBD/IDZ and general manufacturing-related industries.
The Skills Training Programme will include, but not be limited to:
- Keeping the work place area safe and productive
- Operating hand tools and power tools
- Using measuring equipment
- Understanding production systems
- Adhering to quality procedures
- Supporting line supply.
Applicants must be a South African citizen with a minimum Grade 12 General Qualification OR a Grade 12 with Maths or Mathematical Literacy OR a full N3 Technical Certificate in the Mechanical or Electrical field. The applicant must be able to speak, read and write English and be willing to participate in the multi-phased assessment programme as well as a medical assessment.
Please note that meeting the above requirements does not automatically place the applicant on the shortlist.
How to Apply
Please forward a short cover letter, addressed to: “The Human Resources Development Department”, for attention: “The Recruiter”, with the reference: “Skills Training Prog” accompanied by your CV, a certified ID copy and ALL certificates/qualifications.
A telephone number must be included in the cover letter.
All applications must be submitted via the Mercedes Benz Careers website at www.careers.mercedes-benzsa.co.za/skills training programme or
fax: (012) 660-7082.
All applications are invited; however, the following will apply: • Code of good practice on the employment of people with disabilities • The Division’s Employment Equity Plan in terms of the Employment Equity Act, No 58 of 1998 • People living with disabilities are encouraged to apply as long as the requirements indicated above can be met.