Posted on :
1 Feb, 2021
1 Feb, 2021
Columbus Stainless, founded in 1966 and part of the Multinational Acerinox Group, is proud to be the only producer of stainless steel on the African Continent. Durable and 100% recyclable, stainless steel has boundless potential as the preferred metal for the future, and Columbus remains dedicated to playing a significant role in South Africa’s growth and development.
To remain one of the top stainless steel producers, we recruit excellent calibre people and are committed to training and developing them to reach their full potential and share in our successes.
The awarding of bursaries and training opportunities is at the sole discretion of Columbus Stainless, taking into account factors considered relevant, including but not limited to our Employment Equity goals. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. If we have not called you within 2 weeks of the closing date, please accept that your application has been unsuccessful. While we have made every attempt to ensure that the details contained in this advertisement are correct, any inadvertent error or omission shall not prejudice the rights or obligations of Columbus Stainless and shall be rectified immediately upon discovery.
Disclaimer: By applying for this position, you give Columbus consent to circulate your CV to anyone involved in the Recruitment Process, which includes HR Personnel and Line Managers of the discipline you applied for. Please include a complete CV including copies of: Matric certificate, ID and a complete Academic Record.
Job Title: Bursary Applicant: Process Instrumentation: National Diploma 2nd year in 2021
Location: Middelburg, Mpumalanga, South Africa
Reference #: Bursar
Contract Type: Contract 12 Months
Our bursary program offers not only financial assistance – you may have the opportunity to supplement your learning through progression to our highly regarded specialised in-house training program on completion of your National Diploma.
Process Instrumentation student, 2nd year of study in 2021, with an average of 60% or more.