Mpact is a leading enterprise with a strong specialization in paper and plastics packaging. Operating mainly within Southern African regions, the company has a unique business structure that strives to close the loop of packaging by recycling and utilizing recyclables. Mpact is home to approximately to 5 142 employees who are based in 41 operation sites based in Mozambique, Namibia, and South Africa. As a major key player of recyclable packaging in South Africa, Mpact makes sure that the company reduces the huge masses of material that typically get sent to landfills. Their hard works has ultimately resulted in a massive collection of more than 624 000 tonnes of paper and plastic that can be recycled for further use.
Mpact’s business practices adhere to proper ethical standards to ensure a clean, sustainable entity. Besides satisfying customers, Mpact ensures that members of their staff, surrounding communities, and fellow shareholders receive the same beneficial value as well. Mpact is committed to becoming an employer that takes accountability of their actions, and a corporate entity that utilizes their natural resources with professional expertise and a high level of care. With this in mind, Mpact believes they can attain a significant profitable growth through strategic methods and a sensitive approach in the industry.
About the Mpact Appenticeships 2021
Mpact is offering apprenticeship progarmmes for South African individuals who wish to master their trade as a Rigger and Electrician in a company setting. The Mpact Appenticeships is a grand opportunity for young folks who wish to further develop their available potential and receive practical exposure in a real-time working environment. The Mpact Appenticeships is currently offered to 18.2 Learners (unemployed individuals). Once selected, apprentices are required to report to the Mpact Paper’s Springs Mill Site.
Selected apprentices will be required to participate in their Engineering Trainee Programme and must follow the fixed term comprehensive training programme conducted at Springs Mill. Once you have successfully finished the programme, apprentices will be considered for an appointment in Mpact’s Engineering Departments (if vacancies are available). If your fine this to be a suitable opportunity for you, don’t hesitate to give these apprenticeships a chance.
The Mpact Appenticeships will officially commence in March 2021. Selected apprentices are expected to fully commit their time into the entire duration of the programmes.
- Taking accountability of their actions and safety
- Providing contributions to strengthen Mpact’s safety culture
- Learning how to utilize the tools available in the company
- Developing a strong sense of dexterity in a specific field
- Finishing the require trade learning assessments
- Developing a strong theoretical understanding of the company’s business operations
- Mastering the sectoral knowledge required to advance in a company setting
- Shows proven fluency in both written and spoken English.
Candidates interested in the Mpact Appenticeships must fulfill an eligibility criteria to be considered for a position in the programmes. Each of these items will be used by the selection committee to fairly assess all incoming candidates. To ensure that you have a successful applications, candidates are advised to meet all of these following items in the list. Failure to do so might cause disadvantageous consequences towards the overall result of your registration. Be sure to jot down the list for personal reference.
The Mpact Appenticeships Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- A Matric Certificate with at least 60% symbols for Maths and Science (no Maths Literacy)
- Or, a National Certificate N3 with Mathematics and Engineering Science
- Advantageous: an N3 Qualification focusing on a relevant trade theory.
Apply via email: [email protected] (Mpact Apprenticeships 2021).
Candidates are required to send these following documents to Tracy Hutchison through the email address above:
- Your most updated CV (Curriculum Vitae)
- Proof of available qualifications.
Your CV should reflect your personal strengths, skills and previous qualifications. Additionally, it should contain your correct contact information. The information you provide should reflect you positively in a professional light. This is a great opportunity for the selection committee to get to know you better as a potential candidate.
Please indicate the position and the apprenticeship trade field that you are interested in. This will help the selection committee easily identify your applications.
Candidates must provide all of the documents above in order to proceed with the registration. Incomplete applications will not be considered during the registration period.
By submitting your applications, you are hereby giving permission to have your personal information utilized by the selection committee for registration purposes.
Applications will be subjected to further evaluation and vetting procedures to verify a candidates. Anyone found to be falsifying any aspects of their applications will automatically be disqualified form the selection committee.
Applications must be submitted to the email address above. Candidates found to be making their submission through other methods, such as fax or hand delivery, will not be acknowledged by the selection committee.
Applications for the Mpact Appenticeships must be submitted before the closing date on Thursday, 04 February 2021.
The selection committee has absolute zero tolerance towards late applications. Candidates discovered to be sending in their applications past the closing date will not be acknowledged during the registration period.
Announcements will only be made to shortlisted candidates Should you not hear back from the selection committee within four (4) weeks past the closing date, we regret to inform you that you have not been selected for the programme.
Mpact reserves all rights to make an appointment or not during the recruitment process. All decisions made by the selection committee are final.