Position : Senior Technician Chemistry(Generation Division) Emalahleni Vacancy type: Internal

Task Grade : T12

Area of Speacialization : To provide a maintenance and calibration service for all chemistry on-line and laboratory equipment’s/analysers of different plant systems in accordance to chemistry standards and procedures

Department : Engineering

Business Unit : Kusile Power Station

Location : South Africa (Mpumalanga)

Reference Number : 49889419SN / 5000666625

Closing Date : 20/06/2018

Minimum Requirements

• Grade 12 + 3 (National Diploma in Analytical Chemistry or Water Care or Chemical Engineering or Biotechnology)


• 3 years related
Skills and Competencies
• Computer literacy
• Good communication
• Technical report writing
• Planning and organising
• Root cause analysis
• Light vehicle drivers licence
• Interpersonal
• Knowledge in quality management, control and assurance
• Knowledge in chemical analysis
• Knowledge in gas analysis authorisation
• Knowledge in relevant authorisation (HV and LV access)
Key Responsibilities
• Ensure chemical monitoring and control of chemical plants including chemistry related deviations
• Review policies and procedures
• Maintain analytical and online instrumentation
• Maintain a comprehensive quality control system
• Support with engineering change management
• Perform technical and administrative duties
• Participate in production, technical forums, incident investigations , audits and SHEQ meetings
• Perform any other legitimate activity as required

“If you have not been contacted within 28 days after the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.”

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