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Lead Technician

Need a new challenge for 2024?

Do you want to work for a company that puts sustainability at the forefront of its purpose and cares about its people?

In this role, you will be helping to lead our production team at our Johannesburg site, who work to the strictest of safety, quality, and environmental standards. Whilst having responsibility for administrative tasks you will get hands-on with the team, leading and working by example. This is not a desk job, and you will get dirty. We will also challenge you regularly to go the extra mile and to be team-focused, purpose-driven, and customer-focused.

Who are We?

We are A-Gas, a global refrigerant gas company with the aim of protecting and enhancing the environment by reducing global warming and preventing gases with a high global warming potential from entering the atmosphere. We have the ambition to grow our environmental services around the world in support of our purpose. This means opportunity for the people in our company. People like you.

Who are you?

  • You have a diploma or a BTech Degree in Chemical Engineering
  • You have 2 to 3 years of working experience in a production or related environment.
  • You have had some exposure to managing people.
  • You have a passion for safety, quality, and the environment and can evidence this with practical examples.
  • You are proactive, accountable, and performance-driven and can spot and analyse problems quickly, finding effective solutions.
  • You enjoy new challenges and are open to continuous learning.

Role Requirements

  • Experience in a practical, hands-on role
  • Excellent communication (written and verbal) and teamwork skills
  • Strong computer literacy
  • In possession of a valid, unendorsed driving license

If you are interested and feel that you meet the above requirements and could be what we are looking for, please forward your CV to jill.wright@agas.com. Should you not hear from us within two working weeks, please consider your application as unsuccessful.