Fidelity Services Group
The Fidelity Services Group is an establishment that provides integrated solutions for a well-built security system. Regarded to be the largest entity providing this niche service in South Africa, the Fidelity Services Groups has grown into a well-respected pioneer in this industry. Their humble beginnings in 1957 paved the way for Cash Solutions services in the country. Within the course of those upcoming decades, the company has expanded their portfolio to fulfill a variety of demands. These services include Home & Business Security, Cash in Transit Services, Integrated Fire Security Solutions, High Risk Security Solutions, and too many more to be named.
With more than 60 years of experience under their wing, the Fidelity Services Group is committed to building a world-class working infrastructure. The company relies of on a group of employees that are dedicated to the entity’s vision and mission. At the moment, the company has employed a team of 58 000 workers based in 160 locations all over South Africa. On top of that, the company is loyal to their BEE initiatives. Raking a 51% BEE shareholding, the Fidelity Services Group is acknowledged as the country’s biggest Black Economic Owned Integrated Security Solution Provider.
About the Fidelity Services Group Assembler Learnership 2021
The Fidelity Services Group is offering a wonderful learnership programme to young individuals who would like a working foundation as an accredited assembler. The Fidelity Services Group Assembler Learnership is a remarkable opportunity to get an inside scoop into the company’s line of work and fully understand the industry that revolves around it. Combining both theoretical assessments and practical working sessions, learners will be treated to a educational experience that will sharpen your potential as a future worker. As an added advantage, you will be trained by some of the company’s expert training providers who will track your progress.
The Fidelity Services Group Assembler Learnership will be conducted in CashMaster, Waltloo. Selected learners are required to report to the Production Manager CashMaster at the time of the programme. Learners will be given a list of responsibilities that must be performed accordingly, which includes (but not limited to):
- Maintaining the assembly’s stock
- Counting the stock every week to make sure everything is in tact
- Tending to the QC documents received pertaining the the sub assembly that is being built
- Finishing all the builds during the allotted time bracket that has been set daily.
Future candidates of the Fidelity Services Group Assembler Learnership must fulfill an eligibility criteria that encompasses their skills and qualifications. Each of these items must be met in order to guarantee a successful application. Failure to do so will result in disadvantageous consequences towards your applications. Be sure to jot down everything in this list below for your personal reference.
The Fidelity Services Group Assembler Learnership Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
1. Basic Requirements
- Possesses a Matric/Grade 12/National Senior Certificate qualification with the key subjects of Maths and Science
- Displays effective communication abilities
- Has a credible basic electronics qualification
- Understands how to assemble devices and find faulty issues.
2. Working Competencies
- Follows the work ethics and values upheld by CashMasters
- Displays impressive analytical abilities
- Result-oriented and will follow up on feedback
- Puts on a positive working attitude
- Resolves problems in a skillful manner
- Establishes professional relationships with their partners and clients
- Can work under pressure in a calm manner
- Adapts quickly to fast-paced working environments
- Prioritizes their work schedules
- Multi-tasks different responsibilities if required
- Works well in a team
- Upholds a high sense of self-integrity
- Open to all forms of communication and constructive criticism.
- Analytical point of view
- Communication skills
- Critical thinking approach
- Diplomatic in decision making
- Customer service oriented.
Apply online: Fidelity Services Group Assembler Learnership 2021.
If you meet the requirements above, you can immediately register for the learnership. Please access the provided link to the application portal to get started.
Once you’re on the portal, you will need to fill in the listed queries with accurate, personal details. On top of that, you are also required to provide your experience summary, work history, and education history.
All of the information you provide must correctly represent your current conditions. Any proof of a candidate falsifying their applications will have their registration disqualified.
Afterwards, you are required to provide your most updated CV (Curriculum Vitae). This CV should reflect your skills, strengths, and available qualifications. It should also contain your contact information, such as e-mail address and telephone number. This will help the committee get in touch with you when required.
If all this is done and you have accepted the terms and conditions, you can instantly submit your applications on the portal.
Please be kindly advised that applications must be processed through this online portal only. The selection committee will not be acknowledging applications sent through e-mail, fax, or post.
Applications for the Fidelity Services Group Assembler Learnership must be submitted before the closing date on 31 January 2020.
The selection committee has absolute zero tolerance when it comes to late applications. Candidates found to be making their submissions past the deadline will be disregarded by the selection committee.
Since their is still much time left until the application deadline, it is highly advised that you proceed with your registrations as early as possible. This will leave you with a lot of days to double check the contents of your applications.
The Fidelity Services Group reserves all rights to make an appointment or not. Decisions made by the selection committee are final.