The South African National Roads Agency Limited, generally known as SANRAL, is an independent, statutory company registered in terms of the Companies Act. The South African government, represented by the Minister of Transport, is the sole shareholder and owner of SANRAL. SANRAL is committed to carrying out its mandate by protecting and preserving the environment through context-sensitive solutions.
The South African National Roads Agency Limited SANRAL is currently accepting applications for the 2023 recruitment exercise. Applicants are to apply for the South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) jobs by sending their applications to the verified channel. This well-detailed article has been prepared as a guideline to assist candidates with genuine and up-to-date information about the South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) recruitment, processes, and other vital information about The South African National Roads Agency Limited.
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Requirements for SANRAL Recruitment 2023
For the South African National Roads Agency Limited recruitment, candidates must meet the following minimum requirements;
- Be a South African citizen
- B Eng. or B Sc. or B Tech Eng. Degree in relevant position.
- MEng Structures/Hydraulics or MTech Structures/Hydraulics highly advantageous
- Registered with ECSA as a Professional Engineer or Professional Engineering Technologist.
- The candidate must have at least 15 years of working experience in a related industry, and at least 5 years of specialist experience in bridges and other structures.
- At least 5 years experience in projects exceeding a budget of R200 million or more.
- Extensive project management experience in the relevant industry post qualification.
Other Special Requirements
- A relevant postgraduate Master’s degree would be an added advantage.
- Extensive experience in business administration in a medium to large-sized organization in either the public or private sector or both.
- As an Executive, you are the champion of Succession Planning, Transformation, and ICT implementation within your Section, and demonstrable /proven experience in any of these areas would be an added advantage.
Available Job positions
Chief Information Officer
N2 Wild Coast SMME Mentor
Chief People Officer
How to Apply for SANRAL Recruitment
Please read the instructions carefully before applying:
- A position becomes vacant at SANRAL: A position becomes available, which SANRAL decides to fill either internally or externally.
- The position is advertised: The job is advertised on the SANRAL careers portal and internal notice boards. A closing date is also indicated on the advert(s).
- A shortlist is created: Applicants who meet the minimum requirements are shortlisted by HR and the line manager. Depending on the number of shortlisted candidates, applicants may be required to do assessments or are invited for an interview.
- Shortlisted applicants are invited to an interview: The line manager, team member, and HR are present at the interview. Depending on the outcome of the interviews, it’s possible to select the best applicants based on their interviews and CVs. If there is a “tie” between candidates, further interviews or assessments can be requested.
The position is filled: The best candidate for the job is selected. We make an offer. The applicant then either accepts or declines the offer.
Method of Application for SANRAL Latest Jobs
Eligible candidates should kindly send their cover letter, CV, and copies of their qualifications to: email@example.com.
Closing date: 10th October 2023
Employment: 5 Years Contract
Location: SANRAL Head Office, Kuisis Street, Val-De-Grace, Pretoria, South Africa
Closing Date: 10/10/2023
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS) about SANRAL
- What is the purpose of the SANRAL?
SANRAL as an agency of the Department of Transport is responsible for the financing, management, control, planning, development, maintenance, and rehabilitation of the South African national road network.
- What role does SANRAL play in the road and motor carrier industry in South Africa?
The SANRAL was established in terms of the SANRAL and National Roads Act of 1998. The agency is responsible for the planning, design, construction, operation, management, control, maintenance, and rehabilitation of the South African national road network, including the financing of these functions.
- How old is SANRAL?
SANRAL was created by The South African National Roads Agency Limited and the National Roads Act, 1998 as a corporatized successor to the South African Roads Board, which was part of the Department of Transport.