How to apply for a Job at Gibela
Applications can either be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or dropped off at the Department of Labour office in Springs, Nigel, Benoni, Brakpan or Boksburg.
They must be accompanied by a CV, certified copies of specified qualifications and a certified ID copy.
Gibela was formed as a consortium to replace South Africa’s outdated rolling stock and will deliver 600 state-of-the art passenger trains into the South African rail network over the next 10 years. Fully empowered, Gibela is conscious of its role as a catalyst for economic development and the creation of new skills through its majority shareholder, Alstom. In a contract signed in 2013, the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA) assigned Gibela the task of replacing its rolling stock with new trains.
Gibela is headquartered in Johannesburg, while its manufacturing and training facility is located in Dunnottar, Ekurhuleni, Gauteng. Through the rolling stock project, Gibela will generate 1 500 direct jobs and thousands of indirect jobs through the supply chain over a 10-year period. Thousands of people – engineers, artisans, technicians, train drivers and technologists – will benefit from training and upskilling.