Mining explosives and blasting manufacturer, Enaex Africa, is inviting suitable candidates to apply for its Explosives Operator Learnership programme in South Africa. Be sure to take a quick look at the role description and minimum qualification requirements before applying.
About Enaex Africa
Established in July 2020, Enaex Africa is a leading blasting services company that offers a wide range of explosives and solutions to key mining companies and regions in Africa. The company is a joint venture between Enaex and Sasol and currently employs 1,100 individuals scattered in various manufacturing sites in Rustenburg, Secunda, Sandton (head office), regional offices in Steelport, Northern Cape, Swakopmund, and Witbank.
Enaex Africa Explosives Operator Learnership
The successful candidate will undergo training in order to provide effective operational support with charging and blasting-related activities at open cast mines.
Duties and responsibilities
Provide assistance to the Explosives Controller with routine fault finding, maintenance, trouble-shooting, and repairs conducted on the MMU process plant and chassis
Act as support for the Site Administrator when conducting stock control functions
Ensure correct loading and loading of raw materials on the MMU
Make sure appropriate stemming materials are placed to close blast holes
Unload raw materials i.e. expand tankers and emulsion matrix
Perform blast guard duties as needed
Clean and decontaminate MMU
Identify abnormal conditions in the work area and on the MMU and make sure the Site Supervisor and/or the Explosives Controller are informed accordingly
Take full responsibility of bulk explosives MMU through effective housekeeping of the plant, chassis, and the cab
Who should apply?
Applicants are required to satisfy the following basic qualifications to apply for the learnership:
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