• JSE: SGL

    R28.02 +0.39%

  • NYSE: SBGL

    US$7.56 0.00%

  • GOLD: US$/oz

    US$1,468 -0.22%

  • GOLD: ZAR/kg

    R694,272 -0.93%

  • PLATINUM: US$/oz

    US$891 +1.02%

  • PALLADIUM: US$/oz

    US$1,722-0.75%

  • ZAR: US$

    R14.71 -0.72%

  • Last updated

    7:15pm on Nov 15, 2019

We invite passionate and enthusiastic people seeking sustainable employment, rewarding career growth opportunities, and opportunities for personal development to explore positions with us at Sibanye-Stillwater. We offer a variety of full-time and part-time positions and are looking for motivated team players to work with us at our global mine sites, in our labs, and at our corporate offices.


To search for job openings in Southern Africa, visit our SA job portal

To search for job openings in the United States, visit our US job portal


We also offer a number of development opportunities, including internships, learnerships and bursaries. To search for these opportunities, access the job openings links above.

  • Internships

    We are excited to offer post-graduate students the opportunity to kick-start their careers. Through our internship program, you will learn the day-to-day of mining from one of the top PGM and gold producers in the world. Our internship program is open to post-graduate candidates who have obtained a bachelor’s degree in business, electrical and mechanical mining, metallurgy, rock engineering, survey, and finance.

    Requirements:

    • Applicants must be declared medically fit for the position and environment, as determined by a risk-based medical examination at the relevant Sibanye-Stillwater Occupational Health Care Centre
    • By submitting their CV’s, applicants are consenting to the Company’s assessment and interview process
    • Preference will be given to applicants from local community/labour sending areas and children/dependants of deceased employees who meet the internship requirements

    For more information about our internships, contact:

    Lychél Kies
    E-mail: lychel.kies@sibanyestillwater.com

  • Learnerships

    In South Africa, we offer learnerships to employees interested in a full-time study of the mining business as well as technical and vocational skills training at our expense to community members through educational programs and instruction offered at the Sibanye-Stillwater Academy, a large in-house campus located on the West Rand. We believe in skills-based education and are proud to mentor each class of learners. Our work-based program is designed to teach learners skills and expose them to workplace experiences that will allow them to advance in their careers while also working to complete their educational qualification.

    Requirements

    • Applicants must have a Grade 9 or equivalent NQF Level 1 Educational Certificate, with Mathematics and English Communication, in order to be accepted onto the Rock Breaker Learnership
    • Applicants must be declared medically fit for the position and environment, as determined by a risk-based medical examination at the relevant Sibanye-Stillwater Occupational Health Care Centre
    • Pre-screening and psychometric evaluation may form part of the selection process. All applicants will be subject to clearance screening by the South African Police Services as required by the National Explosives Act. Short listed candidates will be requested to attend a panel interview. Applicants who receive no response to their applications within 14 days after the closing date, may consider their application for the Learnership to be unsuccessful. Sibanye-Stillwater is committed to the achievement and maintenance of diversity and equity in employment
    • Preference will be given to applicants who have more than six months previous mining experience in the production environment of a mine

    For more information about our learnerships, contact:

    Lychél Kies
    E-mail: lychel.kies@sibanyestillwater.com

  • Bursaries

    We award a limited number of bursaries each year to candidates to study for a bachelor’s degree at a South African university. Our competitive bursaries help prepare students for work and advance to senior level roles quickly. We are proud to offer students the opportunity to begin their career with us and believe in education to enhance workplace readiness.

    We offer bursaries for the following degrees:

    • BSc Mining Engineering
    • BSc Mechanical Engineering
    • BSc Electrical Engineering
    • BSc Metallurgical Engineering
    • BSc Geology
    • BSc Chemical Engineering
    • Finance
    • Survey

    Requirements

    • South African citizens and under or turning the age of 21 during their first year of study (applicants for first year of undergraduate study) and under or turning (or have been under the age of, or turned) the age of 23 during their second year of study (applicants for second and subsequent years of undergraduate study)
    • Studying or intention to study full-time towards a degree at a recognized South African university that is acceptable to Sibanye-Stillwater
    • Ability to provide proof of their academic results for grade 11 and progress in grade 12 or alternatively be in possession of a grade 12 exemption certificate with acceptable symbols or tertiary results
    • Intention to study for a bachelor’s degree full-time commencing in the year after the application is made
    • Acceptance by the university for the degree course as recorded on the bursary application form

    For more information about our bursary program, contact:

    The Sibanye-Stillwater Academy

    Fulufhelo Mashovha
    E-mail: fulufhelo.mashovha@sibanyestillwater.com
    Tel: +27 11 752 1145

Explore More

Community

Our community initiatives seek to create enduring value for our host communities beyond the operating lives of our mines.

Read More

People

We are committed to providing a safe, inclusive work environment, where employees are valued.

Read More

Economic impact

We are focused on creating value for all of our stakeholders including driving economic growth wherever we operate.

Read More