A Better Life for All
Everything we do is guided by our belief that the goal of civil engineering is to serve the community and act as a catalyst for social development.
We derive great satisfaction from the fact that we are actively working to help make the world a better place. This is how we see our role in society:
- 01 To provide engineering infrastructure that successfully transforms the built environment into one that supports human development;
- 02 To initiate empowerment opportunities that change the face of the built environment;
- 03 To play an effective role in stimulating the economy and increasing the country’s GDP;
- 04 To practice integrity, fair dealing, tolerance and respect and to uphold devotion to the standards and the dignity of our profession.
Our corporate recruitment policy …
Integrity, fair dealing and tolerance are key.
SCIP strives to employ staff who are passionate about civil engineering and the vital role it plays in this country. When looking at engineers we look beyond the qualification to see if the person is someone who is compatible with the company culture. We aim to be a team where the members respect and support each other.
In our search for team members, we follow various avenues. When a position opens up in Scip, we first advertise it amongst our staff. Thereby we aim not only to increase transparency in the company, but also to give staff members the first chance to apply for a position they might be interested in.
After advertising internally, we go external. This involves different avenues, depending on the position we are recruiting for.
When we need more experienced staff, we will advertise more extensively. We believe that we will get hold of the right person, even if it means waiting.
Most of our entry level positions are filled by recruiting direct from the universities. Should you be one of the promising undergraduate SA engineers please feel free to complete the form below.
Please note that the 2016 bursary applications will open on 1 October 2016 and close on 31 October 2016. If you want to apply for a bursary, kindly also complete the form above.
The Hounarable MEC’s, loving team of WBHO and Madstars, Department of Local Goverment and Housing team, Westonaria Municipality team, Gold Fields team, Department of Social Development team, SCIP Engineering, Areageng my new family team and distinguished guests.
Duduza Tornado Disaster
Stories of Destruction & Restoration
Over 200 families in Duduza celebrated their 2011 Christmas in brand new homes. A remarkable feat considering the total tornado devastation of their community on 2 October 2011.
The restoration and rebuild of some 1 309 homes was made possible by the generous donations of a few private South African companies, including the SCIP Engineering Group, together with a variety of government agencies and NGOs – a general restoration of hope and faith in humanity.
The images on the right is part of a documented process that can be viewed as an electronic brochure.