Wednesday, 23 March 2016

Industrial Engineering Graduate At Sasol 2016

Sasol has a position for a Engineer in Training within the Supply chain department in Secunda. The incumbent will be employed into Sasol’s three year graduate development program with the aim to develop the candidate into a well-balanced competent engineer and prepare the candidate for a possible permanent position in Sasol. The graduate will report to the Senior Manager Supply Chain Design Optimisation.

The candidate will:

  • Utilising theoretical training (under-graduate) in engineering discipline and apply in practice;

  • To learn and understand the Sasol value chain (including Operations, Technology (Engineering and Project Management)), its products and applications, test methods and equipment in context of discipline learning.

  • To understand the Sasol Operations Standards Framework and to operate within it.

  • To learn how to translate theoretical knowledge into practical application that will add business value.

  • Support and follow instructions to execute the operation, design, engineering, development and/or modification of processes/equipment (typically Tier 4 or 5 projects) in accordance with sound established engineering principles and standards to satisfy business requirements.

  • Data mining and data interpretation

  • Supply chain processes, improvement and optimisation

Experience in Industrial engineering:

  • Develop a sound understanding of Industrial engineering generalist knowledge and sound understanding with regards to process equipment (eg. design and safe operation thereof).

  • To follow guidance and safely execute tasks to provide accurate and reliable results and solutions for leaders.

  • Exposure to and execution under guidance of selected design and execution, commissioning and start-up.

  • Develop selected detailed knowledge in defined fields of industrial engineering.

  • Develop selected knowledge in technology or functional areas (eg. Fischer-Tropsch/GTL, refinery, chemicals, utilities, supply chain, etc.).

  • Support the execution (follow technical instruction to enable) of an engineering scope of work for small multidisciplinary projects (i.e. Tier 4 or 5).

Aware of best practices and able to ensure/maintain compliance in own area:

  • Learn to utilise engineering systems, tools and standards (own, local and international) in own work and projects.

  • Learn to create, develop and update engineering systems, tools and standards.

  • Learn to operate within the Sasol Operations Standards Framework

Key accountabilities

Core Elements of Job and Key Performance Indicators

  • Strategy and Policy

  • Planning and People

  • Performance management (own)

  • Governance & risk management

  • Relationship Management


  • B-Eng (Industrial) Degree

  • 0 – 3 years’ experience in field of Industrial engineering

Applications close on 07 April 2016.

Click here to apply online

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