Jobs available in the sunny, coastal city of Durban
With its beautiful coastline and spectacular scenery, KZN is a popular location for job seekers. Durban is populated by people from diverse cultural backgrounds and there are many employment opportunities in this vibrant city. Jobs in Durban can be found in industries such as agriculture, manufacturing and social services. First time job seekers looking to start their careers can choose to apply for positions at a wide range of businesses, which operate in the area.
Clover offers employment in a variety of roles including sales, distribution and management. The company supports the growth of their staff by running development programs as well as offering new leadership opportunities. Staff are given opportunities to get ahead in their careers and promotions are awarded through talent management processes. Clover was founded in 1898 and the company manufactures dairy and non-dairy products.
General employment in Durban can be found with Frys food group. The company manufactures meat free products, which are high in protein and low in fat. The products are available on the international market as well as in local stores such as Checkers and Spar. Jobs can be found in management, customer service and packaging. The company has 280 employees and additional training is provided to staff members.
Illovo Sugar Limited is situated in KZN because of the area’s good water supply as well as the suitable climatic and soil conditions. Illovo has a long history in KZN and operations in this region started in 1892. Illovo is a leading sugar producer on the international and local markets. The company creates job opportunities in the surrounding areas and positions can be found in IT, marketing as well as manufacturing.
Unilever is a popular company to work for and there are many opportunities for staff members to progress within the company. Unilever set up in South Africa during 1891 and it has more than 3000 employees. There are nine different product categories including deodorant, tea, ice cream and skincare. Jobs are available in research and development, marketing as well as sales.
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