The rotational programme gives the Engineer in Training (EIT) exposure to a team that designs and develops unique production optimization systems for the mining industry. This entails in-house research and development of all technologies.
A personal development plan (PDP) will be tailored to meet the EIT and the company’s requirements. Progress will be assessed every six months over a two year period. The first year of the programme will be on-site at the head offices in Hartbeespoort.
At the end of their first year the EIT will select the engineering discipline of their choice and be allocated to the relevant engineering discipline lead on a full-time basis. From the beginning of the second year the EIT has the choice of working on-site or remotely.
After a successful graduate programme, the EIT will be appointed as an Engineer and a new PDP will be outlined for the next phase of growth.
- Hardware exposure
- Active and passive RFID technologies
- Bluetooth technologies
- Wi-Fi technologies
- Strain gauge applications in mining
- Electronic devices such as computes, accelerometers, and inclinometers
- Fibre and Leaky feeder applications in mining
- Networking and Physical Servers
- Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs)
- Embedded development
- Hardware design
- C# or Java
- RESTful services
- Microservice Architecture
- Cloud Infrastructure
- Database administration
- Bachelor of Engineering (BEng), Electronic Engineering; or
- Bachelor of Science (BSc), Computer Science
- Rewards: competitive remuneration and performance is rewarded
- Opportunity: development opportunities, future growth
- Organization: market position, environmental and social responsibility, diversity and inclusion
- People: camaraderie, innovative and collaborative culture, supportive managers
- Work: innovative and impactful assignments, opportunities to work on cutting-edge technology, work-life balance