Sasol is a global chemical and energy corporation that has its operations spread out across 27 nations all over the world. They have smart people who, by utilizing their expertise and the technology that has been carefully selected, produce chemical and energy commodities in a way that is safe and sustainable, and then market those items on a global scale.
They have made the development of chemical and energy solutions that contribute to a flourishing earth, society, and enterprise under the guise of sustainability, which has become a big driver in their business. This innovation has contributed to a flourishing earth, society, and enterprise. As a method of lending a helping hand, they have made achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) their top goal. This is done in order to ensure that their business is sustainable on all fronts and in all projects (environmentally, socially, and economically).
About the Sasol EIT (Engineers in Training) 2022-2025
Sasol is offering B.Eng/BSc. Engineering qualification holders a 3-year Engineers in Training graduate programme to upgrade your skills and working knowledge. The Sasol Engineers in Training (EIT) program is structured around a three-year training term in which participants learn about both operations and technology. During the course of this training term, you will be evaluated every six months to demonstrate the developed competencies and identify the areas in which additional attention is needed. At the conclusion of the allotted time period of three years, if you have been deemed competent, you will be able to submit applications for open engineer positions. (This is contingent on there being open positions).
Below are the duties you will need to undertake during the Engineer in Training (EIT) programme:
- In the context of your discipline learning, you will learn about and get an understanding of the Sasol value chain, which includes Operations, Technology (Engineering and Project Management), its products and applications, test techniques and equipment
- Acquire an understanding of the Sasol Operations Standards Framework and the manner in which it should be operated
- Figure out how to use your theoretical understanding in a way that will add value to your company, and learn how to do it practically
- Recognize the significance of planning and integrating your efforts
- Learn how to apply engineering methods, techniques, and standards (personal, local, and worldwide) to your own projects and activities
- It is important to have a clear understanding of how your business unit fits inside both your Operating Hub and the Sasol value chain
- Make sure you are aware of the effect that the units upstream and downstream from your allotted plant have on its functioning, and vice versa
- Gain a solid understanding of the [disciplinary] of engineering as well as a solid understanding with reference to the process equipment (e.g. design and safe operation thereof)
- Acquire specialized, in-depth expertise in a limited number of defined engineering specializations
- Have the ability to identify potential business prospects by making use of the appropriate indications
- Having the ability to define business risks and apply the instruments for business risk assessment, such as the probability risk ranking matrix and specific job risk assessment, among other things, is essential
- In the case of more compact multidisciplinary endeavors, offer assistance in the execution of an engineering task scope by adhering to the relevant technical instructions (i.e. Tier)
- Assist in the execution of the operation, design, engineering, development, and/or modification of processes and/or equipment in line with sound established engineering principles and standards in order to achieve business requirements, and follow any instructions that are given
- Conduct thorough and accurate technical and economic analyses of individual projects, concepts, and adjustments.
For application purposes, please kindly take note of the Sasol EIT (Engineers in Training)’s Requisition ID: 111425.
If you’re certain of joining the Sasol EIT (Engineers in Training), feel free to sign up! If you are still unsure whether you’d make a good fit, don’t worry. All you have to do is check the requirements below and re-check your qualifications with the selection committee’s standards. If you’d like to stand a chance of acceptance, make sure you fulfill all of the criteria that are mentioned. Failure to do so might not get you automatically disqualified, but it could reduce your chances of acceptance.
The Sasol EIT (Engineers in Training) Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Must have at least a B.Eng/BSc. Engineering qualification in one of the subjects below:
- Dow not have any prior practical experience or has limited experience
- Shows proven fluency in the English language
- Displays impressive communication abilities
- Analyses their problems well
- Solves problems effectively
- Understands basic computer literacy (knows how to us MS Office)
- Willing to be responsible of their growth and self-development throughout the programme.
Apply online: Sasol EIT (Engineers in Training) 2022-2025.
It is highly recommended that you make use of Google Chrome as your internet browser when accessing the previously given web address from your personal computer (see above).
Because using a mobile device, such as a smartphone, rather than a personal computer to send in your application is a substantially more practical option, you are welcome to do so. If you are using an Android operating system on your handheld device, the Google Chrome web browser is a good option for you to go with as your primary browser. Because Google Chrome is pre-installed on devices that run the Android operating system, you do not need to download or install any additional web browsers on your mobile device in order to utilize it.
Before being allowed to submit their applications, candidates first need to create an account for themselves on the application portal. It is going to be necessary to sign into this account for the length of the process of registering for this class.
You are granting the selection committee permission to use your personal information for the purpose of registering you for the event when you submit your applications. Your name, address, and email address are all examples of what may fall within this category.
The applications that are sent in by applicants will each be subjected to an additional screening and verification phase in order to ensure that the information contained within those applications is accurate. In the event that it is found out that an applicant has falsified any element of the papers that they have submitted, the individual will not be permitted to take part in the process of registering for the event.
The website that is linked above should be used by applicants to submit their applications; failure to do so will result in disqualification. The committee that is responsible for selecting the winners will not take into consideration any of the papers that were submitted by other routes, such as hand delivery or fax.
Applications for the Sasol EIT (Engineers in Training) must be submitted before the closing date on 03 August 2022.
If you register, you will have the opportunity to assure that your application will be processed as quickly as is humanly possible. The purpose of this is to ensure that you will be able to maintain a stable position throughout the recruitment season; however, this does not guarantee that you will be successful straight away.
Candidates whose applications are received by the selection committee after the deadline will not be given any consideration by the committee because they will not be considered. As soon as the deadline has passed, any and all contributions that were handed in will immediately be thrown out of consideration.
Announcements will only be made to shortlisted candidates. If you do not hear back from the selection committee within 6 weeks past the closing date, we regret to inform you that you have not been chosen for the programme.
Sasol maintains the right to choose whether or not to extend an employment opportunity to any particular person. In every circumstance, the conclusions that the selection committee arrives at are final and cannot be reversed.