Metro is looking for 2 000 waste brigade employees

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The City of Ekurhuleni is embarking on a drive to recruit over 2 000 waste brigades for the upcoming Keep Ekurhuleni Clean programme.

The aim of this programme is to ensure that the City of Ekurhuleni is kept clean while promoting social cohesion and preservation of the environment. This is in line with the Siyaqhuba Mayoral Outreach Programme launched by the executive mayor of Ekurhuleni, Clr Mzwandile Masina, last year.

The programme will employ over 2 000 residents from across the city in the following positions:

• 2 240 waste management brigades (ward based).

• 112 supervisors (ward based).

• 20 co-ordinators (customer care based).

The day to day work schedule for the waste brigades will include turning illegal dumping of waste within the city into good jobs through recycling by targeting women, youths and people living with disabilities.

Only residents of the City of Ekurhuleni with a valid South African identity document can apply. The period of employment is 18 months.

Applications or CVs are to be submitted in person at all customer care centres: Kwa-Thema, Katlehong 1, Katlehong 2, Daveyton, Etwatwa, Duduza, Nigel, Benoni, Brakpan, Tsakane, Springs, Tembisa 1, Tembisa 2, Vosloorus, Tokoza, Boksburg, Germiston, Edenvale, Kempton Park and Alberton from October 16-20, during weekdays from 9am to 3pm.

No faxed or emailed applications will be accepted an no fee will be charged.

  AUTHOR
Kempton Express

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