Sasol hires engineers with bachelorís degrees for project and
process-related work. All engineering disciplines are needed in industrial
business, including chemical, mechanical, civil and electrical. Depending on
the position, specialty engineering experience is often required.
Chemists work in the Research and Development
facility as well as in our Quality Control and Quality Assurance laboratories.
Chemists with bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees are often needed in a
variety of specialty areas to support our processes and product lines.
Additionally, lab analysts with experience and/or an associateís or bachelor's
degree are needed in these facilities.
Sasol North American Operations' various chemical processes are controlled by operations
personnel. Operators work shift work and perform a wide range of duties such as
loading products, checking gauges in the operating units and controlling the
manufacturing processes using computerized Distributed Control Systems.
Qualified applicants for operations must score well on a pre-employment exam
and generally have petrochemical or refinery experience with a process
technology associateís degree.
Maintenance employees include machinists, instrumentation
technicians and electricians. Other maintenance crafts are supplied by contract
companies. Machinists, instrumentation technicians and electricians seeking
employment with Sasol must score well on a pre-employment exam and will
preferably have a national accreditation in the craft in which they are seeking
employment. Depending on the position and job market, training may be provided
by the company.
Professional & Support Personnel
As with any large organization, Sasol requires a professional and
support personnel to maintain its operations. Positions such as safety
professionals, environmental specialists, accountants, human resources
representatives, inspectors, sales and marketing staff, information management professionals,
clerks, logistics and purchasing agents are a necessity.