X2 New vacancies available at Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa Manufacturing Department

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Coca-Cola Beverages South Africa (CCBSA) has an exciting opportunity in its Production department. They are looking for talented individual with relevant skills and experience for Maintenance Controller C&A, which is based at Midrand. The successful candidate will report directly to Packaging Engineering.

Closing date: 06 February 2023

Location – Country South Africa

Location – Province Gauteng

Location – Town / CityMidrand

Job Description

The key purpose of the role is to lead and manage the technical team; to pro-actively ensure proper execution of maintenance on line equipment and to provide professional technical support to the Control & Automation team so that reliability and effectiveness of the line is maximized, and losses and risk minimized.

Key Duties & Responsibilities

  • Maintained machines & Systems
  • Repaired breakdown
  • Enforced and maintained safe work area
  • Delegated and monitored work activities

  • Managed continuous improvement projects
  • Solved situational problems
  • Technical support service
  • Conducted audits

  • Formulated and controlled repairs and maintenance budget (including engineering spares)
  • Manage a Team

Skills, Experience & Education

  • Instrumentations and control
  • Technical knowledge and principles
  • Bottling principles and processes and manufacturing knowledge
  • SHE policies and procedures


  • Conceptualisation
  • Calculations
  • Insight
  • Evaluating
  • Assembling advanced

Qualifications & Experience

  • Trade certificate in Electrical/Instrumental (N6) plus 5 years technical experience in a bottling environment OR

  • Trade certificate in Electrical/Instrumental(N5) plus 5 years technical experience in a bottling environment (applicants recruited with an N5 will be given a period of 1 year in which to complete their N6)


  • The advert has minimum requirements listed. Management reserves the right to use additional or relevant information as criteria for short-listing.

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