Thursday, 15 August 2019

Continental Graduate­In­Training Programme 2019

The Continental Graduate­In­Training (GIT) Programme is a 11 month development programme. GIT’s will be rotated amongst the various departments and learn about the sales, manufacturing and business processes. GIT’s will be assigned various projects to gain first­hand experience of the organisational structures, processes and products offered by Continental.


Each GIT will be assigned a mentor that will offer guidance and support to them throughout the development programme. In addition GIT's will be guided and supported by experienced colleagues and experts.

After the 11 month development programme, GIT‘s could progress to various talent pools or possibly a full­time permanent position.

Why work for us
Our employees enjoy flexible working opportunities in 21 countries and, according to our global employee survey, more than 80 percent of our people are proud to work for Continental.

We are a leading global technology company with an entrepreneurial spirit. Our colleagues are working on trailblazing projects, venturing off the beaten path, and shaping the future of mobility with their diverse ideas, talents, backgrounds and experiences.

Job Requirements: 

  • A minimum of a Diploma/ Degree in Polymer Technology/ Quality/ Mechatronics/ Mechanical or Electrical Engineering. 
  • Need to be a South African Citizen 
  • Have a 70%+ Academic Average
  • High level of flexibility 
  • Excellent communication skills written and spoken
  • Competent user of MS Office ­programs
  • Team player 
  • High self­ motivation and ability to work independently
  • Excellent communication skills

The Tire division is known for maximizing safety through short braking distances and excellent grip as well as reducing fuel consumption by minimizing rolling resistance. Tires are the vehicle’s only link with the road. They transmit all forces onto the road. It is the tire technology that determines whether a vehicle is able to stop in time and stay in the correct lane during cornering maneuvers.

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