Attracting the right skill set to the mining sector as the industry recovers continues to be difficult. As the industry moves forward with mechanisation, automation and digitisation becoming prevalent, the required skills and experiences of graduates entering the sector, are changing.

To meet this, working in partnership with Brunswick and other key companies, the 2017 Investing in African Mining Indaba will be hosting their 2nd Annual Young Leaders Career Development Programme on Thursday 9 February. Highlights include a career skills workshop, Q&A session and keynote speakers, providing the invaluable opportunity for students, University representatives and graduates to interact with HR representatives, recruiters and industry leaders.

Keynote Speaker

  • H.E. Mosebenzi Joseph Zwane

    H.E. Mosebenzi Joseph Zwane

    Minister of Mineral Resources
    Republic of South Africa

Who can Attend:

Attendance is complimentary for the following:

  • Current Undergraduate or Masters students at recognised higher education institutions studying a mining related degree programme
  • Recent graduates (having graduated in December 2014 or later) seeking permanent employment in the mining sector
  • Currently employed in positions relating to the recruitment of talent in the Mining sector (i.e. Recruiter/HR Director)
  • Currently employed in career development related roles within a higher education institution

How to Apply

Registration is by application, and must include:

  • Proven interest in working within the mining sector
  • Resume/Curriculum Vitae (CV) and outline of employment to date
  • Certificate indicating completion of recognised university degree programme OR proof of current student status.
  • Please note: A specific Mining Degree is not necessary, however please indicate the reason for your interest on your application.

    If you are interested in participating in the Mining Indaba Young Leaders Career Development Programme, please submit an application by Monday 30 January, 2017.

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    Brunswick advisory firm

    Brunswick is an advisory firm specializing in critical issues and corporate relations: a global partnership with 23 offices in 14 countries.
    Founded in 1987, Brunswick has grown organically, operating as a single profit center – allowing us to respond seamlessly to our clients’ needs, wherever they are in the world.