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Sasol South Africa (Pty) Ltd invites qualifying candidates to submit applications for the vacancy: Process Controller [x3 posts].
Closing Date: Up to 25 January 2024
Location: Sasolburg, ZA
NB: Candidates will be appointed according to their level of competence and qualification relevant to the MSP career path for this position.
A Process Controller operates process equipment, systems and processes for a specific plant / unit within the Sasol environment to achieve production requirements in a safe manner.
Sasol South Africa (Pty) Ltd operates as a chemicals and energy company. The Company produces fuels and oils, chemicals, polymers, fertilizers, and gas products.
Although Sasol operates in the South Africa, it is a global integrated chemicals and energy company with a 70-year heritage.
Through our talented people, we use our expertise and selected technologies to safely and sustainably source, manufacture and market chemical and energy products globally.
When you join Team Sasol, you are joining a company that puts people at the center of everything we do.
Sasol invests in its employees along every stage of the career path and offers development opportunities to help you cultivate your career in a culture that embraces diversity and inclusion.
Provides adequate feedback to supervisor on work progress • Participates in risk assessments according to legislation and company requirements to improve safety
Maintains good housekeeping and adheres to waste disposal procedures • Work Independently • Understand and know the business, drives and KPIs • Apply and maintain safety in a working environment
Participates in shift handover meetings • Identifies personal training and development needs, and incorporates into PDP with group leader’s approval • Conduct on the job coaching of learners
Learns and understands the specific plant equipment to an SME level • Conducts IMS inspections to maintain and improve plant sustainability • Work effectively in a team • Play an appropriate main role during emergency situations to get the plant back on line
Give and receive feedback to other disciplines (partners on daily issues • Gives input at toolbox talks to improve plant safety
- Matric or N3 with Maths and Science as subjects
- NQF 3 Chemical Operations certificate
- 3+ relevant years
HOW TO APPLY
Sasol is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Inspired by our Purpose of “Innovating for a better world”, Sasol acknowledges that diversity is intrinsic to the fabric of our organisation and is the key to our growth and success.
Sasol is committed to the full inclusion of all suitably qualified individuals.
Preference will be given to applicants from designated groups and people with disabilities according to Sasol’s Employment Equity Plan.
This includes reasonable accommodation to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.
Should you not be contacted in 6 weeks after the closing date, please deem your application as unsuccessful.
Note: Failure to provide Sasol with truthful information and valid documents will render your application null and void.
- JOB 1 Closing day is 23 January 2024
- JOB 2 Closing day is 25 January 2024
- JOB 3 Closing day is 17 January 2024
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