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Apply to Work as a Production Intern at Sappi South Africa

Closing Date: 31 January 2024

Apply to Work as a Production Intern at Sappi South Africa

Country:  South Africa. City:  Ngodwana. State/Province:  Mpumalanga. Sappi Southern Africa

Ngodwana Mill.

Production Intern  (83)

Sappi is hiring!

Sappi is a leading global provider with a reputation for delivering high-quality sustainable Woodfibre products and solutions for the global markets. Sappi lead through its values centred around integrity, courage, making smart decisions which we execute with speed. Sappi is seeking unique people who believe in fostering a diverse and inclusive environment.

We’re on the lookout for a Production Intern who has completed their S4 with the view to qualifying in Pulp and Paper or Chemical Engineering.

As a Production Intern, you will be responsible for:

  • Complete section specific training as per the requirements of the position profiles in that section within the agreed timeframe
  • Complete a General and Plant Specific induction
  • Complete legal training as per mill and section requirement
  • Maintains a high level of good housekeeping in the workplace at all times
  • Commit to a training programme for 2 years

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What is Sappi looking for?

  • S4 or National Diploma in Pulp and Paper or Chemical Engineering  
  • No experience required

What’s in it for you?

  • Opportunity to work within a global organisation that continues to thrive in a rapidly changing world even after 80 years of existence
  • learning and development programmes to fast-track your career within Sappi
  • Opportunities to travel (dependent on upon the role)
  • Market leading leave benefits
  • Employee wellbeing benefits

Closing Date: 31 January 2024

How to Apply? Please click on one of the buttons below. If you encounter any issues while applying contact your HR contact.

Feel free to visit Sappi website for further information www.sappi.com  

Sappi is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment regardless of race, colour, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. At Sappi, we encourage and support vaccination. 

About Sappi Southern Africa

Sappi was formed in South Africa in 1936 to serve South African consumers with locally produced paper.

Sappi has a tradition of innovating and developing new products to meet local demand for newsprint, graphic papers, packaging papers used to protect our customers’ products (especially in the agricultural sector) and speciality papers used in convenience food, confectionery, cosmetic and luxury markets, and tissue paper for household, medical and industrial use in the Southern Africa region.

Sappi’s Verve brand is a significant player in the dissolving pulp (DP) market. DP is used worldwide by converters to create viscose fibre for fashionable clothing and textiles, acetate tow, pharmaceutical products as well as a wide range of consumer and household products. Almost all of the production of Sappi mills in South Africa is exported.

Sappi Southern Africa operates five mills and has a combined production capacity of 99,000 m³ sawn timber, 690,000 tons of paper, 633,000 tons of paper pulp and over a million tons of dissolving pulp per annum. The pulp purchased by our European business is effectively hedged by Sappi Southern Africa being a net seller of pulp.

Sappi’s headquarters in Johannesburg (South Africa), manages the sub-divisions of Sappi Paper and Paper PackagingSappi Pulp and Sappi Forests. A number of regional functions like finance, human resources, sales and marketing, technical and engineering as well as board functions are also based there.

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