Mining Learnerships at Sibanye Stillwater. Sibanye Stillwater is offering Mining Learnerships to applicants interested starting a career in the Mining field. Sibanye Stillwater invite passionate and enthusiastic people seeking sustainable employment, rewarding career growth opportunities, and opportunities for personal development to explore positions with them at Sibanye-Stillwater. Sibanye Stillwater offer a variety of full-time and part-time positions and are looking for motivated team players to work with them at their global mine sites, in their labs and at their corporate offices.
Sibanye-Stillwater is a leading international precious metals mining company, with a diverse portfolio of platinum group metal (PGM) operations in the United States and Southern Africa, gold operations and projects in South Africa, and copper, gold and PGM exploration properties in North and South America.
Sibanye-Stillwater is the world’s largest primary producer of platinum, the second largest primary producer of palladium and a top tier gold producer, ranking third globally, on a gold-equivalent basis, as well as a significant producer of rhodium and other PGMs and associated minerals such as chrome. They are also the globally leading recycler and processor of spent PGM catalytic converter materials.
- Applicants must have a minimum Grade 10/ABET-3 or equivalent NQF Educational Certificate, with Mathematics and English Communication, in order to be accepted onto the Blasting Certificate programme.
- Be declared medically fit for the position and environment, as determined by a risk-based medical examination at the relevant Sibanye Stillwater Platinum Occupational Health Care Centre
- Applicants must be resident within the local community and proof of residence must accompany the application form.
- Previous mining experience will be advantageous
Mining Learnerships at Sibanye Stillwater
- Learner Miner – Blasting Certificate for Scheduled Mines
- Learners acquiring this qualification will be equipped with the required competencies to conduct safe and efficient blasting and other associated mining activities in an underground environment.
Closing Date: 14 February 2020