Murray & Roberts: Apprenticeship Programme Opportunities 2017

Closing Date: 09 September 2016
Location: Amalgam, Johannesburg

Murray & Roberts Construction offers a range of engineering and contracting services which includes civils and building construction, roads and earthworks and open cast mining. The company’s plant division, Murray & Roberts Plant, is the mechanical maintenance company within the Murray & Roberts Construction Group.

Murray & Roberts Plant wishes to appoint a suitably qualified and experienced individual to join the division on a permanent basis.

Murray & Roberts Plant is currently looking at recruiting for the following positions:

The company requires candidates for the following apprenticeships for registration with CETA in January 2017:

  1. Earthmoving Equipment Mechanics (Diesel Trade Theory)
  2. Boilermakers
  3. Auto Electricians

Suitable candidates need to meet the following requirements:

  1. Completed a minimum of N3 with RELEVANT Trade Theory
  2. Valid Code 8 / B Driver’s Licence
  3. Previous Technical or Mechanical experience / knowledge would be an advantage

Potential candidates will be required to undergo some Technical testing, Hand-Eye Coordination testing and other relevant tests prior to being accepted onto the Section 13 Apprenticeship programme.

Suitable candidates will be registered with CETA for the applicable Section 13 Apprenticeship. They will be required to attend compulsory Theory weeks at a FET institution and complete the required practical training and logbooks throughout the apprenticeship.

The Apprenticeship will be for a period of four (4) years and candidates will have to pass the applicable Trade Test in order to qualify as an Artisan at the end of the apprenticeship period. There will also be a one year contracted work back period required on completion of the Trade Test.

Suitable candidates will be based at the workshops in Amalgam, Johannesburg, however, they should be willing to spend up to six (6) months per year on a country site from your third year onwards.

In order to apply, please email a copy of your CV, qualifications and ID to the below email address.

 How to Apply

In order to apply, please email a copy of your CV, qualifications, ID and proof of registration to e-mail:  mrcplant.apprentices@murrob.com

Any applicant who has not heard from the company within two month’s of the closing date can regard their application as unsuccessful.

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