Sephaku Cement
Do you have what it takes to be a Sephaku Cement employee?

Working at Sephaku Cement

Sephaku Cement offers opportunities of growth and development to employees. We search for highly motivated and talented individuals who have the drive and passion to deliver results.

Do you maintain integrity in everything you do?

Do you enjoy being measured on set stretch targets and being rewarded accordingly?

 

Are you self-driven, passionate, energetic, innovative and focused on delivering results?

Are you consistently prepared to go the extra mile for your clients?

Are you continuously investing in the development of your career?
Most importantly, we are looking for dynamic individuals with real personality!

 

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OCTOBER 2017

> Procurement Manager, Centurion
We are committed to skills development, both internally and externally.

Learning & Development
Opportunities

Sephaku Cement provides employee development opportunities through a number of training and development initiatives.

Remuneration and Benefits
We offer the flexibility to choose from a selection of remuneration and benefit options.

Community Involvement
We continuously engage with the communities in which we operate, with the aim of forging sustainable relationships.

Diversity
We respect the diversity of our employees and aim to employ people from communities in which we operate.

Training & Development

We are committed to skills development, both internally and externally and offer a number of training opportunities and traditional and alternative forms of tertiary education.

Employees who wish to follow a recognised and approved course of study are provided with the necessary support. Developing our employees enhances their personal capacity and contribution to the success of the company.

We also provide training opportunities to local communities in the following skills sets:

• Artisan/apprenticeship
• Bursaries
• Internships
• Portable skills

Artisan/Apprenticeship Training

We offer apprenticeship opportunities to train young people from local communities in which we operate to become artisans in the following disciplines:

• Electrical
• Instrumentation
• Boiler making
• Fitting

To apply for the artisan/apprenticeship training programmes, our minimum requirements are:

• Matric with pass in Maths and Physical Science
• N2 Certificate in electrical, boiler making, fitting and turning or equivalent
• Ability to read and write English
• General knowledge of basic engineering or previous experience in engineering work
• Ability to read drawings

 

bursaries

We offer bursaries to qualifying students who intend to study towards
a Bachelor’s degree in one of the following engineering fields:

• Mechanical
• Electrical
• Chemical

The bursary covers tuition fees, books and accommodation and is initially applicable for one year of study.

 

Sephaku Cement
Sephaku Cement offers opportunities of growth and development to employees.

Internships

We provide internship opportunities for graduates in Organisational Performance (Human Resources) and Risk Management for twelve months, enabling them to gain experiential learning in the workplace.

Portable Skills Training

We follow a ‘building blocks’ approach with particular reference to providing training that constitutes transferable or portable skills.

The skills programmes that are offered to employees aim to address
the operational requirements of Sephaku Cement’s operations.

Other community skills programmes include:

• Life Skills Training (Leadership Development)
• Driver Training – Code 10 (C1) and 14 (EC)
• Carpentry
• Plumbing
• Plating and welding