Glencore WIL (Work Integrated Learning) 2024: Accepting Candidates with Grade 12 Qualification

About Glencore
Glencore is a globally recognized leader in the mining and commodity trading industry, with a substantial footprint in South Africa. Their extensive operations in the country cover a wide range of activities within the natural resource supply chain, including mining, processing, trading, and marketing a variety of commodities such as coal, copper, nickel, zinc, and agricultural products. In South Africa, Glencore stands out as a key player in the mining sector, particularly as one of the nation’s largest coal producers. They extract both thermal coal, essential for electricity generation, and metallurgical coal, crucial for steel production.

Beyond coal, Glencore is actively involved in the production of ferrochrome and other base metals, which are integral to the manufacturing of stainless steel and various industrial applications. The company’s portfolio also extends to the trading and marketing of agricultural products, including grains, oilseeds, and sugar. Committed to corporate social responsibility, Glencore engages in numerous initiatives aimed at benefiting local communities, all while maintaining high standards of sustainability and environmental stewardship.

About the Glencore WIL (Work Integrated Learning) 2024
Glencore is seeking for candidates who would like to fulfill their work integrated learning as a means of completing their Business Administration qualification. The Glencore Work Integrated Learning (WIL) program offers participants a fixed-term contract that spans the duration of their Work Integrated Learning period. During this time, individuals will gain valuable exposure to various administrative aspects within the company, ensuring that their experience aligns with the requirements set by their tertiary institution. This hands-on approach not only fulfills academic obligations but also provides practical skills and insights into the administrative operations of Glencore, enhancing the overall learning experience.

For application purposes, please kindly take note of the Glencore WIL (Work Integrated Learning) 2024’s Reference Number: GTC 2024/011.

Eligibility Criteria
First and foremost, it is essential to familiarize yourself with the eligibility criteria for the Glencore WIL (Work Integrated Learning) program. These criteria are crucial in assessing your suitability as a candidate. To verify that you meet the necessary qualifications, we advise you to refer to the detailed list of eligibility requirements provided below. By aiming to fulfill all the criteria, you will significantly enhance your chances of success and ensure a smoother, more rewarding application process.

The Glencore WIL (Work Integrated Learning) Eligibility Criteria are as follows:

  • Possess a Grade 12 qualification
  • Pursue a National Diploma in Business Administration
  • Maintain an outstanding academic record
  • Submit proof of residence if you live in the local communities where Glencore Coal Operations South Africa are located (Nkangala District of the Mpumalanga province) to receive preference.

Application Instructions
Apply online: Glencore WIL (Work Integrated Learning) 2024.

Please follow the application instructions below:

  1. Access the specified website using the Google Chrome browser for optimal performance
  2. Register on the application portal to submit your application. Your registered account will be needed throughout the registration process
  3. Keep your account information secure. Do not share your account details, especially your password, with anyone
  4. Ensure all submitted information is accurate. Conduct a thorough review to avoid including any falsified details. Misleading information can jeopardize your application
  5. By submitting your application, you grant the selection committee permission to use your personal data to enroll you for the event
  6. Submit your application by providing a comprehensive CV along with your academic record, a copy of your ID, proof of residence, and a letter from your institution confirming the Work Integrated Learner Program requirement
  7. Submit your applications exclusively through the specified website. Submissions via other methods, such as in-person delivery or fax, will not be accepted by the application review committee.

Closing Date
Applications for the Glencore WIL (Work Integrated Learning) must be submitted before the closing date on 17 May 2024.

The selection committee strictly enforces a zero-tolerance policy for late applications. Any submissions received after the closing date will not be considered during the registration period.

Candidates are strongly encouraged to submit their applications promptly. Doing so will allow you sufficient time to thoroughly review and refine the contents of your applications. Please prepare and send in your applications as soon as possible.

Glencore retains the discretion to make an appointment or not during the recruitment process. All decisions made by the selection committee are final and binding.

Committee Details
Physical Address
39 Melrose Boulevard
Birnam, Sandton

Telephone Number: +27 11 772 0600

Fax Number: +27 11 772 0696

Email Address: [email protected]

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