About Senwes Grainlink
Senwes Grainlink is an establishment that focuses on the agricultural department by heavily investing themselves into grain cultivation. Whether it’s summer or winter, the business redistributes their grain-based products according to the existing food safety regulations take in place. The company is made up of different sectors that turns Senwes Grainlink into one big entity. These departments include grain procurement, adiministrative support, seed processing, grain marketing, and finance. With a handful of reliable resources and a reliable human capital, Senwes Grainlink has displayed their capacity of running effective operations in their field.
About the Senwes Grainlink Learnership 2023-2024
Senwes Grainlink is offering learnership programmes for passionate South African individuals who wish to develop an understanding of the grain industry. The Senwes Grainlink Learnership is a beneficial opportunity that will provide you with theoretical assessments and practical working sessions in the company. Under the guidance of professional experts, your learning progress will be taken note of and you will be given feedbacks regarding your journey. The foundation you will receive from this learnership will transform you into an attractive asset in the eyes of your future employers. If you’re full of energy and have a thirst for knowledge, then this learnership is the right choice for you.
The Senwes Grainlink Learnership will take place in various Silos within the country. The learnership will take place over the course of 12 months. Before the commencement of the programme, learners are required to sign a fixed-term contract that will bind them together with the learnership. Once you have been accepted, you will be placed in Grainlink’s Agriculture Department. To pass the learnership, participants are expected to show constant development and maintain their work ethic with their external training sessions.
You will be required to perform the duties below:
- Help grade various commodities as part of grain handling.
- Aid in the unloading, storage, reception, and shipping of grain.
- Maintain cleanliness in silos, storage areas, and the overall premises through observation, inspections, and strict adherence to instructions.
- Ensure the control board is operated with precision and efficiency.
- Provide support for general office administrative tasks.
- Contribute to compliance with Health & Safety regulations.
For application purposes, please kindly take note of the Senwes Grainlink Learnership Reference Number: GC-5394.
Candidates of the Senwes Grainlink Learnership must comply to the eligibility criteria that has been implemented during the recruitment process. Each of these items in this list will determine whether you meet the programme’s standards or not. To guarantee a successful registration, make sure you fulfill all these requirements below. Failure to do so might put your applications in a risky position.
The Senwes Grainlink Learnership Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Currently between 18-25 years old
- Obtain a National Senior Certificate
- Highlight technical ability or aptitude as a recommendation
- Ensure fluency in both English and Afrikaans as a requirement
- Do not have any prior Learnership completion.
Employees will receive on-the-job-training in this is a learnership programme, as well as external training where required. This learnership is a 12 months course at different silos of Senwes:
Apply online: Senwes Grainlink Learnership 2023-2024.
Interested candidates will need to register for an account on the online portal above. This account will store all of your registration details and supporting documents. Please provide your accurate information and upload only the required documents. Candidates discovered to be misrepresenting their current conditions will be rejected by the committee.
Additionally, always keep your account safe and secure by not sharing its credentials with anyone else. This is to prevent any possible privacy breaches.
If you encounter any technical problems with the online portal, you may seek direct assistance from the OneAgri Support Line:
- E-mail Address: [email protected]
- Telephone Number: +27 18 464 7800
Please be kindly informed that the Senwes Grainlink Learnership will offering preferences for certain groups of candidates. The purpose behind this initiative is to provide equal opportunities for people of all different demographics.
Once you are shortlisted by the selection committee, you will be required to provide a consumer credit record. This is to help the staff arrange any cash or finance-related matters. Failure to provide one can get you disqualified from the learnership.
Applications for the Senwes Grainlink Learnership must be submitted before the closing date on 31 October 2023.
The selection committee has zero tolerance for late submissions. Candidates found to be sending in their applications past the deadline will not be entertained.
To prevent any interruptions, it is highly advised that you process your applications as soon as possible. This is due to the fact that the application takes place online.
Announcements will only be made to shortlisted candidates. If you have not heard back from the selection committee within six (6) weeks past the application deadline, we regret to inform you that you have not been selected for the learnership programme.
With online application portals on the rise, there can be a tendency for unwanted disturbances to happen during last-minute registrations. If you feel that the Senwes Grainlink Learnership is the right opportunity for you, sign up for it immediately.
Due to the overwhelming response that has been received by the Senwes Grainlink Learnership, there are bound to be reports of false advertisements spreading across social media. These scams usually asks unsuspecting registrants to send a sum of money to guarantee a successful application.
Please be kindly informed the Senwes Grainlink does not condone such actions. Should you encounter any misleading post that misuses the good name of the company, it is highly advised that you have it directly reported to the local authorities.
Should you have any further enquiries or concerns regarding the Senwes Grainlink Learnership, you can deliver your general questions to via the contact information below:
1 Charel de Klerk Street