Closing Date: 23 April 2012

The Rand Water Graduate Development Programme invites potential science graduates to join a world-class team of experts within its Scientific Services Division. This innovative programme is focused on developing technical expertise over a 24-month period. This will be accomplished through exposure to all areas of the business and specialised interactive projects.

Applications are invited from potential candidates who fulfil the following requirements:  A completed BSc Honours, MSc or PhD (or equivalent) in: * Biotechnology * Chemistry * Environmental Science * Hydrology *Microbiology *Natural Science * Public Health * Water Care * Water Utilisation  A completed BSc degree (or equivalent) in: * Computer Science * Information Technology ● A completed BTech degree (or equivalent) in: * Safety Management * SHEQ Management * Quality Management ● A completed BCom (or equivalent) in: ● Financial Management.

The following criteria will be used to consider successful applications: • Applicants must be South African citizens ● Applicants must have completed the appropriate degree and be able to demonstrate a good academic record and achievements ● Applicants must be prepared to undergo psychometric assessments.

If you are interested in taking advantage of this exciting opportunity, your application may be submitted using any of the following steps:

  •  Fax the application, quoting notice number SS-320, to the Human Resources Section, Scientific Services Division, Vereeniging at (016) 421-5104 
  • Post the application to the Human Resources Department, Scientific Services Division, PO Box 3526, Vereeniging 1930 
  • E-mail your application to: ssgdp@randwater.co.za 

In making the final selection, consideration will be given to achieving Rand Water’s Employment Equity objectives.

Should you not have received correspondence from Rand Water within 30 days of the closing date, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful.

Closing Date: 23 April 2012

 

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