Rand Water is inviting qualified individuals to apply for its upcoming multi-discipline Graduate Development Programme for 2019. Graduate currently offering its Engineering Internship Programme for 2019 to interested parties in the engineering field.
Formerly known as Rand Water Board, this water utility company serves potable water to Gauteng and other parts of South Africa. It is the largest water company in Africa and supplies clean water to local municipalities, mining and various industries. With a water network measuring 3,056 kilometers of pipelines and 53 reservoirs, the water utility company pumps 3.653 million liters every day to its many customers.
Rand Water Graduate Development Programmes 2019
As part of Rand Water’s Strategic Human Capital initiative, the company offers a number of programmes for the following areas of study:
- B Tech or National Diploma in Water Care
- B Tech or National Diploma in Mechanical Engineering
- B Tech or National Diploma in Electrical Engineering (Heavy Current and Light Current)
- National Diploma in Civil Engineering
- National Diploma in Analytical Chemistry
- National Diploma in Horticulture
Rand Water reserves the right to offer permanent employment or otherwise once the selected applicant completes the graduate programme.
Requirements or Eligibility
The ideal candidate must meet the basic requirements listed below:
- Must have completed matric and a qualification relevant to the disciplines mentioned above
- Belongs to a previously disadvantaged group
- A South African citizen not older than 35 years of age
View the Rand Water Graduate Development Programme advert by clicking here.
How to Apply
If you meet the minimum qualifications and would like to pursue this graduate programme opportunity, create an account on Rand Water’s recruitment page. Click the link below to get started:
Make sure to use the programme’s reference codeto quickly find the advert.
Opening and Closing Dates
Deadline for submission of applications is on 10 July 2019.
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