Anglo American Internships

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Anglo American have a great opportunity for you to join our extraordinary team. The internship Programme provides practical Work Learning and experience to individuals. The programme will run for a period of 24 months.

Come and join us as part of Anglo American Platinum. 

We inviting applications for internship and P1/P2 programs aimed at equipping applicants with appropriate work experience.

First preference will be given to relevant applications from host communities.

P1/P2 Requirements:

  • Studying towards a Diploma
  • Your application must be accompanied by a letter from the institution stipulating that you need in-service training to complete your Diploma
  • A letter from the chief or municipality with a stamp as proof of residence

Environmental Management – P1/P2

Internship Requirements

  • Environmental Science Degree
  • A letter from the chief or municipality with a stamp as proof of residence

Electrical Engineering Heavy Current – P1/P2 

Internship Requirements

  • Electrical Engineering Degree (Heavy Current)
  • A letter from the chief or municipality with a stamp as proof of residence

Mechanical Engineering – P1/P2

Internship Requirements

  • Mechanical Engineering Degree
  • A letter from the chief or municipality with a stamp as proof of residents

Metallurgy or Chemical Engineering – P1/P2

Internship Requirements

  • Metallurgy/Chemical Engineering Degree
  • Environmental Management
  • A letter from the chief or municipality with a stamp as proof of residence

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for this role, please complete our online application form.

You will have the opportunity to upload your CV and other relevant documentation as part of this process.

CLICK HERE TO APPLY: Intern and P1P2 – Environmental Management

CLICK HERE TO APPLY: Intern and P1P2 – Electrical Engineering

CLICK HERE TO APPLY: Intern and P1P2 – Mechanical Engineering

CLICK HERE TO APPLY: Intern and P1P2 – Metallurgy or Chemical Engineering

Opportunity Closing Date

Thursday, 13 May, 2021 – 12:00

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