The South African Breweries (SAB) Technical Services Trainee Programme

The South African Breweries (SAB) Technical Services Trainee Programme

  • Location: Rosslyn Brewery, South Africa
  • Number of Vacancies: 1
  • Closing Date: Not Specified

About The South African Breweries (SAB)

The South African Breweries (SAB) has reimagined what a beer company can be and has anchored this in a powerful brand purpose which articulates who the company is and where they are going.

SAB is driven by its passion to demonstrate the unique power of beer to propel South Africa forward. Since its inception over a century ago, SAB has grown to become South Africa’s largest brewer, a powerful economic contributor, a leader in sustainability, and a champion of responsible consumption.

SAB is one of South Africa’s admired companies and corporate brands. The company has 7 breweries and 42 depots in South Africa, a total workforce of approximately 5000, and supports a beer economy ‘from seed to sip’ of over 250 000 jobs. Its portfolio of beer brands meets the needs of a wide range of consumers and includes leading brands in beer and beyond such as Castle Lager, Carling Black Label, Corona, Brutal Fruit, and Flying Fish.

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Key Responsibilities

The technical trainee programme is a structured 18 month programme which is designed to address the acquisition of technical skills and experience for graduates as well as familiarize them with the company culture

 and principles. The rigor of the programme should ensure that an individual that has completed the programme can be allocated an area of responsibility immediately.

Key outputs and responsibilities:

  • The Technical Traineeship is primarily a hands-on, self-study program where the Trainee is expected to gain a full understanding of the theory, principles and operation of Utilities equipment across the Brewery
  • Participation in projects in Utilities aligned to the program requirements and brewery priorities
  • Apply VPO principles
  • Diagnosis of systemic and situational problems and troubleshooting
  • Participation in Utilities team structures including acting roles in identified leadership positions within Utilities
  • Communication of learnings and solutions across various levels of the business



  • Minimum BSc or B-Tech Qualification -Mechanical/Mechatronics or Electrical Engineering
  • 2 years Utilities Experience advantageous

Additional information:

  • Band: VIII

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