National Metrology Institute of South Africa (NMISA): Masters Scholarship Programme 2021 to study at University of Stellenboch

National Metrology Institute of South Africa (NMISA): Masters Scholarship Programme 2021 to study at University of Stellenbosch

Scholarship Provider: National Metrology Institute of South Africa
Application Deadline: 31 August 2020
Academic Year: 2021
Study in: University of Stellenbosch (SUN),  South Africa

National Metrology Institute of South Africa (NMISA) invites suitably qualified applicants to apply for Masters Scholarship Programme 2021.

MASTERS STUDENTSHIP: MECHATRONIC/MECHANICAL

Bursary value of R120000.00 per annum (excluding prescribed registration and tuition fees

Purpose of the role

NMISA maintains and disseminated the National Standard for Length. This includes research into new areas of measurements in industry. The largest single measurement area in industry is the Co-ordinate Metrology Measurements (CMM). This study is to research a new concept of CMM measurements, thereby improving the accuracy of CMM measurements.

Minimum Qualifications, Skills and Experience

  • BEng (mechatronic or mechanical), or being in the final year of Honours studies for the corresponding degree
  • Understanding of kinematics fundamentals (essential requirement)
  • Candidate must meet requirements to study towards a Master’s degree at University of Stellenbosch (SUN)
  • Report writing skills
  • MS Word and Excel
  • CAD-Inventor

How to apply

Interested and suitably qualified persons may forward all supporting documentation required (updated CV, certified educational qualifications, certified academic record and certified ID.) when applying for the position email NMISA Human Resource at [email protected]

Only candidates with all supporting documents will be considered for the position.

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People with disabilities are encouraged to apply

Please note: NMISA subscribes to and applies the principles prescribed by the Employment Equity Act. Preference will be given to previously disadvantaged candidates who meet the requirements and who will add to the cultural and gender diversity of the organisation. The NMISA Human Capital Development programme, which this Master’s Studentship forms part of, is focused on recruiting the followingcandidates in order of preference: Coloured, African& Indians.

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