Training Opportunities for the Youth with Maths, Science and Engineering Subjects
Columbus Stainless, founded in 1966 and part of the Multinational Acerinox
Group, is proud to be the only producer of stainless steel on the African Continent. Durable and 100% recyclable, stainless steel has boundless potential as the preferred metal for the future, and Columbus remains dedicated to playing a significant role in South Africa’s growth and development.
To remain one of the top stainless steel producers, we recruit excellent calibre people
and are committed to training and developing them to reach their full potential and share in our successes.
Applicants are invited to be trained for a period of 3-4 years in one of the following trades:
• Instrumentation Mechanicians
• Diesel Mechanics
• Fitters and Turners
You do not necessarily need extensive experience, but we do require the following: • A minimum of an N3/Matric with Mathematics and Science and two relevant Trade-related subjects (with a minimum of 50% for each) or 7 subjects (including Mathematics and Science) at NCV Level 4 (with a minimum of 50% for each) • Practical and logical, with an interest in equipment maintenance • South African citizenship • A willingness to work shifts and overtime, as required.
In return, you will be trained for an outstanding career in maintenance.
Fax no more than one CV to 086 695 1065 or e-mail your application to
Please: • Indicate clearly that your application is for Apprenticeship • Include copies of your qualifications • Indicate your preferred cell phone number for SMS communication.
Closing date: 13 October 2017
If you have not been contacted within two weeks of the closing date, kindly consider your
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or obligations of Columbus Stainless and will be rectified immediately upon discovery.
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