Siemens Invites Matriculants for the Commercial Advancement Training

Siemens invites matriculants to apply for positions as part of the annual Commercial Advancement Training Scheme (CATS)

CATS aims to provide Siemens with a source of young commercial staff. By providing trainees with a structured training programme and on-the-job training for an initial period of two years, Siemens trainees will receive the basis for further development and will be equipped with the necessary business skills for a rewarding and successful career within the company.

With innovations for energy supply, healthcare, urban infrastructures and industrial productivity, Siemens provides answers to urgent questions of our time. That’s why we’re always looking for curious, open-minded people, people who dare to ask tough questions. Like every Siemens employee worldwide. People like you?

At Siemens we strive to create an environment that allows our employees to leverage their full potential and develop their competencies to address future market requirements. We make significant investments in the training and development of our own staff and potential employees to ensure they grow in their careers at Siemens and meet the demands of the dynamic markets in which we operate.


  • Must be 18 – 21 years old
  • Matric with Mathematics and Accounting (60% aggregate). Pure Mathematics and Accounting students to apply, Mathematical Literacy will not be considered.
  • Students to be based in Gauteng and willing to travel around Johannesburg to various Siemens Sites (Wadeville, Northriding, Midrand)

How to apply

Please apply by sending us your detailed CV, ID, Transcripts and Qualification copies to: Email: please use “CATS @ Siemens” in email subject.

For further information, contact Mbali Khumalo email: or call the Talent Acquisition Team on Tel: 011 652-2659/2789/2508

In line with Siemens commitment to employment equity, preference will be given to candidates from disadvantaged groups. ln line with Siemens commitment to employment equity, preference will be given to candidates from designated groups.

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