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Applying For Jobs At Sasol

Have you being looking for job opportunities at Sasol but don't know how to go about submitting your application? Worry not because in this article we are going to give you the simplest way you can use to submit your job application to become a part of the largest chemicals and energy company in Africa.

How to get started

Sasol has a lot of graduate development programs that also accommodate entry level job seekers with no experience or qualifications. In order to apply in one of those positions you need to be in possession of:

— A matric certificate (Grade 12) or equivalent qualification.

— Your N3 certificate must include Engineering and Physical sciences.

— If you have a degree in Chemical engineering it may be advantageous considering the fact that most of their operations are based on working with chemicals.

Preparing your curriculum vitae

You can't use the same CV that you used to apply for a job in a retail company for positions at Sasol. These are two different industries and that must be reflected in your CV in order to boost your chances of getting an interview.

— Make sure that you've included all of the keywords that have been shown in the job description. This is how you bypass the Applicant Tracking System (ATS).

— Proofread your CV to find any grammar mistakes before making your submission.

How to start the application process

Just like any company, Sasol also makes use of job listing websites to simplify their recruitment process though tailor made systems. The best platforms where they usually post vacancies includes:

— Indeed

— LinkedIn

— Careers 24

For more information about their vacancies and in demand job opportunities you can visit their official website. We hope we have covered most of your questions, if not you are free to ask on the comments section below, we are hear to assist you. Remember to follow us for more informative articles like this one published daily. 

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