Scott Bader - YES4Youth Intern Program
Scott Bader has 5 entry-level work opportunities, and they're looking for you! This programme is for you if you have at least a Matric, or a qualification in either Finance, Operations, Health and Safety, Accounting or HR.
We are an established £200 million global chemical company employing 700 people across 7 manufacturing sites and 17 offices. Using our combined global resource and expertise we continue to be a leader in the manufacturing of products for the Composites, Advanced Composites, Adhesives and Functional Polymer markets, offering a full range of technologies and manufacturing capabilities for many market sectors.
We have exciting entry-level work opportunities (1-year program) for young individuals 18 – 28 years old, based in Hammarsdale, KZN.
- BCom – Supply Chain;
- Diploma in Management Sciences – Operations Management;
- Diploma in Health & Safety – SHEQ qualification a requirement
- BCom Degree/ Diploma in HR; );
- Matric/ Accounting Qualification or Matric/ studying towards a Finance/ Accounts qualification
HOW TO APPLY
Applying for this position is simple!
- View and apply for the position by clicking on this link.
- Once you have read through all the information, simply click on "Apply for this job" and follow the steps.
Looking forward to seeing your applications!!
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