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A rewarding workplace

Working at Anglo American Platinum

Joining us means choosing to shape the future.

Because of our scale and success, millions of real lives depend on us. This is why our business is all about people. Anglo American Platinum is the world’s leading producer of platinum and accounts for about 37% of world production.

We believe that our performance in platinum mining will only be successful with world-class relationships and best possible human resources practices. We have clear principles and values. Our way is to do the right thing, the right way, the first time – and we’re not afraid to make hard choices.

The Group strives to enhance its international status and position as the world's primary producer of Platinum Group Metals (PGMs) by continuously looking for qualified and experienced individuals.

We know that our people define the success of our business. In winning the hearts and minds of our people our message is uncompromisingly clear: You are the difference. You are the business. More than this, we put real processes and systems in place that allow us to deliver on this commitment.

If you think you have the skills, attitudes and experience to be considered for a range of exciting opportunities with our diverse, dynamic and technologically advanced organisation, either apply for a specific vacancy advertised or alternatively register for job alerts to be informed of future opportunities.

Transformation

Anglo American Platinum’s transformation programme aims to create a workforce that reflects the diversity of the South African population. In pursuit of this goal, we have been striving to create at all our operations the type of workforce that makes transformation possible and indeed that encourages it.

We endeavour to comply with requirements set out in the revised South African Mining Charter and the Employment Equity Act. At the end of 2013, HDSA’s represented 60% of those in management positions (Patersons D1 and higher) (2012: 58.3%) while women represent 13.2% of our workforce (2012: 12.7%).

Our employment equity status shows satisfactory progress towards achieving equitable representation of designated groups across all occupational levels and categories of the workforce.

Breakdown of Employment Equity per Occupational Level

(as submitted to the Department of Labour in 2013)

  Male Female Foreign nationals
Occupational levels A C I W A C I W M F TOTAL Female ACI HDSA
Top management 1 0 1 4 2 0 0 0 2 0 10 20.0% 40.0% 40.0%
Senior management 64 4 20 172 14 0 11 12 12 2 311 12.5% 36.3% 40.2%
Professionally qualified and experienced specialists and mid-management 719 24 28 816 222 8 19 217 34 6 2,093 22.6% 48.7% 59.1%
Skilled technical and academically qualified workers, junior management, supervisors, foremen and superintendents 3,508 45 7 1,426 908 9 10 368 340 8 6,629 19.7% 67.7% 73.2%
Semi-skilled and discretionary decision-making 24,538 31 6 194 2,913 17 9 163 5,070 2 32,943 9.4% 83.5% 84.0%
Total permanent employees 31,390 110 62 2,644 5,204 34 49 760 5,608 21 45,882 13.2% 80.3% 82.0%
Non-permanent employees 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%
GRAND TOTAL 31,390 110 62 2,646 5,204 34 49 760 5,608 21 45,884 13.2% 80.3% 82.0%

Note: All numbers are for the period March 2012 to February 2013.

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