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Junior Sales Assistant

We are looking for someone to look after our counter sales and reception at our facility in Pretoria.

Duties include: Stock management/control, sales (including invoicing and related admin), consulting* on safety equipment (training will be provided), reception and telephones.

Candidates must be in possession of a matric/level 12 and be computer literate (windows and MS office), physically capable of merchandising the stock, and able to learn. Proficiency in English and Afrikaans.

This position will also suit a person 'slowing down'.

This is a junior position, but there is scope for growth in the future for the right person.

Email or fax the head office your short CV Att: John.


* ASC is a provider of equipment, training and services for work @ height. Please familiarise yourself with this website to get an idea of the industry we operate in.

Mark Campbell, Managing Director, studied as an accountant with B.Comm. and B. Acc degrees, which provided a good platform for risk assessment and control procedure investigation.

Mark is qualified as an IRATA Level 3 supervisor, trainer and an assessor, the first on the African continent, as well as being one of IRATA’s accredited quality assurance auditors.

His passion for climbing and working at height are deeply entrenched through his personal endeavours in high altitude mountaineering which have seen him summit Mt Everest in 2005, as well as success on Cho Oyu in 2007 and further trips to Gasherbrum 2 in 2009 and Makalu in 2011 all in the Himalayan Mountain Range


Mark Campbell on Makalu.

Mark is also a co-owner of that great gear shop Camp And Climb

These guys train with ASC...

We're proud to be associated with a programme that has such social and environmental benifits for South Africa.

Working On Fire

The Working On Fire High Altitude Team

WoF is a government-funded, job-creation programme focusing on Intergrated Fire Management in South Africa.

WoF firefighters are recruited from marginalised communities and trained in fire awareness and education, prevention and fire suppression skills. These young men and women form veld and forest fire fighting ground crews, stationed at bases around the country to help stop the scourge of wildfire which costs the South African economy billions of rands every year.

The multi-million-rand job creation programme is primarily geared towards assisting Government to fulfill its job creation and social upliftment promise to the people of South Africa. In addition, WoF is mandated to implement Integrated Fire Management, which includes supporting the development of the FPA (Fire Protection Association) structure under the National Veld and Forest Fire Act of 1998.

Read more here

All prospective candidates are to read and sign acceptance of the following terms and conditions:
IRATA rope access courses are physically demanding and require a good level of fitness and suitable strength to
weight ratios
The course includes a large theoretical knowledge component and all material is supplied in English. Thus
prospective candidates must have a high school proficiency level of reading and speaking English in order to
complete the course.
Acceptance onto the course and training with the company does not guarantee a successful outcome.
This may only be achieved if the candidate is able to complete all physical lessons and the theoretical studying
requirements made of him or her during the training period and successfully completing the independent
assessment to the satisfaction of the independent assessor. If for physical reasons the candidate is unable to
complete the course he can be booked on another course and such training will be charged for.
The company trainer will make informed decisions regarding your performance during the training period and
may decline your participation in assessment if he feels that you are not sufficiently prepared for assessment at
the end of the training period.
The following could apply:
1. The trainer declines your eligibility to proceed to assessment in the initial training period. An additional
period of training time shall be recommended to you, which shall be offered at a suitable later time and
charged at discounted rates to you in order to assist you in preparing for a future assessment date.
2. A candidate, who is not permitted to continue with training or assessment at all, will be refunded the
costs of the assessor and registrations fees only.
3. Candidates who are allowed to proceed with assessment and are unfortunate to fail the assessment shall
be debriefed by the assessor and trainer as to the additional requirements that need to be undertaken in
order to re-assess at a later date.
Additional training time will be charged at discounted rates.
Candidates that do not accept the trainer’s recommendations and proceed with assessment shall in the event of
their failure have no recourse against the company or the trainer.
Course fees are payable in full at least 7 days prior to the start date of the course. Failure to settle outstanding
amounts by this time could result in loss of place and forfeit of the deposit paid.

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