Rand Water: Microbiologist & Analytical Chemistry Experiential Training 2020

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Rand Water invites suitably qualified and previously disadvantaged individuals to apply for Analytical Chemistry and Microbiologist Experiential Training Programme. The duration of this Programme is 15 months. Rand Water is one of the biggest Water utilities in the world. It provides bulk potable water of superior quality to 12 million people in the economic heartland of South Africa. 
Notice Number: SS390
Traineeship Application deadline is 03 November 2020
Traineeship Provider: Rand Water
Traineeship Location : South Africa
Field of Studies

Microbiologist x5 Positions
Analytical Chemistry x5 Positions

Requirements

Applicants with a matric and have successfully completed the two years theoretical training as required for National Diploma in Biotechnology/Microbiology /Chemistry
South African Citizen in a possession of valid SA document
Must be under the age of 30
Must have not participated in any experiential learning programme before

Required Documents

Application Letter
CV
Recommended letter from tertiary institution verifying that you must only complete the one year training in the workplace environment
Certified copies of your ID document
Certified copies of your training record including academic transcript

How to apply
Suitably qualified applicants re requested to submit their completed applications with the relevant attachments to email [email protected] or fax 086 609 1178 (quoting the relevant notice number in the subject line).
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