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Stefanutti Stocks: Learnerships 2020 / 2020 in Johannesburg
Stefanutti Stocks is offering Safety Learnerships within its RPM – Roads & Earthworks division in Henley on Klip, located between Johannesburg and Vereeniging, Gauteng. Stefanutti Stocks is one of South Africa’s leading construction groups with over 12 000 employees and the capacity to deliver a range of projects of any scale to a multitude of clients in diverse markets.
Learnership Application deadline is 31 October 2020
Learnership Provider: Stefanutti Stocks
Learnership Location: Johannesburg and Vereeniging
Grade 12 Individual needs to be committed and able to take initiativeS
Must have own reliable transport and driver’s license.
Must pass a learning ability battery and Psychometric assessment during the recruitment process
Must be a fit for the job profile of Safety Officer in terms of Predictive Index tool.
Must pass baseline medical.
Duties & Responsibilities
Aattending a full-time Learnership course at TJEKA.
100% class attendance.
Submission of site workbooks.
Need to be found competent in classroom training and on-site assessments.
Compile supporting evidence relating to each Unit Standard.
At completion Register as Construction Health and Safety Officer Candidate (CHSO.C) with SACPCM.
How to apply
Click here to Apply Online for Stefanutti Stocks Learnerships
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