- Closing Date 17 September 2021
The South African Bank Note Company (SABN), a fully owned subsidiary of the South African Reserve Bank (SARB), is a highly competitive security printing company, which competes on a global scale, using the latest high-tech modern technology and machinery.
SABN offers an apprenticeship for eleven (11) individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in Printing.
The Preferred Candidate is likely to have:
- N3 Mechanical or Electrical Engineering or equivalent or
- TT3 qualification
- Must be a South African citizen
Applications must include the following documents
- A brief statement showing why the applicant chose to pursue career in Printing
- A comprehensive CV
- Certified copies of all qualifications, including statements of results
- Certified copy of ID
Applicants will also be required to undergo a series of assessments and security clearance process as prescribed by the National Key Point Act.
Internal applicants should apply on the SABN careers portal on the intranet by uploading the requirements. External applicants should apply on Careers24 website by uploading the required documents. No applications will be considered if the supporting documents are not submitted.
The personal information in this form is collected and processed for recruitment purposes only and will not be utilised for any other purpose. You can read more on how we process your personal information in the South African Reserve Bank Privacy Notice. You absolve the SABN for any liability whatsoever, and howsoever arising from the providing of information.
SABN is committed to employment equity and diversity. In accordance with the Employment Equity Plan of SABN and its Employment Equity goals and targets. Preference may be given, but is not limited to candidates from under represented designated groups. No application will be considered after the closing date, or if it does not comply with at least the minimum requirements. Please note that correspondence will be limited to shortlisted applicants only.
Should you not hear from us within 10 working days after the closing date, please consider your application unsuccessful. SABN reserves the right not to make an appointment to the posts as advertised. Prospective applicants must be willing to undergo a series of assessments and security clearance process as prescribed by the National Key Point Act.