Employment Opportunity Offered in the Electroplating Industry
Large Electroplating concern in JHB is looking to employ a QA/QC manager to head up our quality assurance department.
Electroplating knowledge is advantageous but not essential. Candidates should have a good working knowledge of quality management systems and the implementation thereof.
A substantial portion of the incumbent's responsibilities will be statutory compliance to the OSH act.
Candidates should have their own transport and be resident within Gauteng.
If you believe you may be suitable for this job please contact Donovan Hewitt on 011 474 8767
We showcase job opportunities in the electroplating industry as well as other metal coating sectors including anodising and powder coating. Let us advertise your requirements.
The 30th issue of our free industry journal, S A Metal Finisher, heralded completion of its journey to an online-only publication. Since Issue 18 distributed during February 2012 we had been preparing for this day by making electronic versions available. The technology continues to improve and online publications have now started to achieve wide spread acceptance,
The completion of the move to online has brought with it many opportunities and advantages. This is not simply a print copy that has been converted to a PDF compact version for the web. Rather, this issue has been designed for the web which means that the fonts and graphics sized for crisp, clear legiblity have been used.
Featuring wider distribution and lower advertising rates we have had strong support from our advertisers who recognised this effort as a value proposition that meets the challenges of the times. To view this issue please click here.
The companies whose logos appear below have subscribed to SAMFA’s premium class membership. These sustaining members ensure that we are in a financial position to continue to develop and to support the growth of a strong and responsible metal finishing industry in RSA. Click here to learn more about our membership categories.
Due to the prevailing COVID 19 pandemic it became necessary to curtail face-to-face training in lecture rooms as had been the format since 2003. Additionally, with the deteriorating financial climate we noted that cash strapped companies were postponing training for staff. With each passing year we experienced decreasing enrolment.
With the advantage of informative feedback from trainees and employers who benefited from our conventional training sessions we have redesigned our training materials for presentation in an online format. The third series of our digital course was presented between September 17 and November 26. As soon as we have enough interest to begin a new group, we'll arrange Session 4.
The time had come to do things differently, and SAMFA has demonstrated that the association is up for the challenge and able to move with the times. In response to the existing conditions we have developed something that is affordable and has proven to be more enjoyable and less stressful for trainees.
Provided that trainees have access to a tablet or a notebook/laptop and a broadband connection they will be able to connect to the online video portal via a password protected dedicated link. Employers may offer the trainees the required facilities at the workplace. If employers prefer, trainees who have a suitable set up may work from home.
We have now seen that the new online Electroplating Basics course has met with approval from the industry at many levels. Maintaining the financial viability of training programmes while lowering the price to below the rate of the previous offering is surely a win-win outcome. It enables us to continue to offer this important training despite the underlying costs continuing to escalate. Visit the Electroplating Training info page for more.
Click here to visit the Electroplating Training Information Page
The South African Metal Finishing Association offers training courses and technical support to the metal coating industry. If you need advice call us. Our members are here to assist each other and the manufacturing engineering industry.