There are various big companies that are currently recruiting trained, skilled South African citizens to work within their multinational companies. But it’s not just the international firms like Barclays that are hiring, local names are also taking in fresh talent. Here’s a quick look at who’s hiring right now:
Big companies hiring right now
Luno is a digital cryptocurrency company that is currently hiring people in their Johannesburg and Cape Town offices. For the most part, they’re looking for experienced iOS and Android software engineers, but they’re also employing people in multiple other positions like product design and social media management.
From delivery drivers to customer support agents and software engineers, Takelot is yet another one of the big companies in SA currently looking to hire some fresh talent.
FlySafair is one of the big companies that most of us have come to know and love for their amazingly cheap airfare. Since they’re still relatively new to the scene, they are hiring various positions like internal recruitment and junior industrial engineers in Johannesburg.
If you’ve always wanted to work in the travel industry, this might be the ideal time to apply for Flight Centre’s travel consultant vacancies. They have positions open in five locations, including Johannesburg, Durban, and Cape Town.
If you’re a financial analyst or credit analyst, you could be exactly what Barclays Africa is looking for. They’re also hiring customer engagement officers and recruitment personnel in their Johannesburg offices.
If you live in Johannesburg or Cape Town, you might just be in luck. Deloitte is hiring to fill open positions in their two branches and they’re looking to employ audit managers as well as call centre agents and employees in human relations.
Sanlam aims to hire about 50 people in their George, Bloemfontein, Cape Town and Johannesburg branches to fill positions like account manager, sales manager, and tax administrator.
Amazon Web Services
AWS will be adding Cape Town to its list of 21 global infrastructure availability regions, and they aim to have the unit ready by early 2020. AWS’ global infrastructure and customer support head, Peter Desantis, said that the infrastructure to support this requires substantial investment by AWS. Once they’re ready to go, AWS will be looking to fill positions like software engineer, data scientist and operations manager.