Documents Needed To Apply For Vacancies At Transnet


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Transnet makes vacancies available on a regular basis. Applicants are required to submit certain documents to be considered for vacancies at the company.


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Transnet is one of the largest state-owned entities in the country, which plays a large role in the labour force in various sectors of South Africa’s transportation industry. The company operates in a number of carrier fields.

These include:

  • Marketing 
  • Legal 
  • Finance
  • Communication
  • Processing systems

Applicants are required to register on the Transnet official website. Once they have created a profile, they may start searching for vacancies on the Transnet website. 

Through the profile, applicants will be able to apply for vacancies that interest them. The profile also allows applicants to track the status of their job applications.

Individuals need to submit the following documents with their online application:

  • CV or resume
  • Cover letter
  • Writing sample

Furthermore, according to Transnet’s external recruitment guide, submitting your preferred vacancy’s required documents is the third step in the process of creating your profile. This is where you upload your education and training documents. 

How To Upload Documents:

  1. When the “Education and Training” step is displayed on the website. Click on the “Add” tab. 
  2. A new window opens for you to add the new detail.
  3. Click “OK” once all the mandatory fields are completed. 
  4. Then click on “Transfer” to save the information.

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