We provide skilled tradespeople, technicians, IT support and engineers to industry along with a very large variety of skilled positions from electricians, welders, mechanics, machine operators, semi-skilled artisans and engineers in all disciplines.
Transman provides a professional recruitment solution to meet our Clients’ immediate and long term requirements.
PROVIDING THE EXCEPTIONAL
Our dedicated technical recruitment team has sourced candidates for over 65 specialised fields
& outsourced project services
We find exceptionally skilled individuals and track down scarce skills
Full qualification and
reference checks are conducted
Additional assessments are available as are relevant site-specific options including credit checks, medicals, etc.
As the technical landscape in South Africa changes, our database continues to grow, supplemented by relationships with country-wide Artisan Training Centres.
Project and shutdown teams
Accessing the right technical skills for Projects and Shutdowns is now simplified.
Our mobile Project Shutdown Teams manage the process from skills sourcing through to accommodation and transport. Everything is geared to ensure facilities are up and running on the start-up date.
Our teams comprise Shutdown Specialists who know the procedures and can plan for inherent challenges, building in facility-specific responses aligned to your needs.
From experienced Engineers to Red Seal Artisans, we meet your requirements; with confirmed qualifications, experience and references
Basic tools are provided
Proactive on-site shutdown management
Ongoing support services are essential to retain specialist staff and ensure the success of the project.
Mobile Project Shutdown Teams
As Senior Personnel are Office Bearers of various Employer Organisations, we are active participants and party to industry decisions. Transman CEO, Angela Dick, was appointed Vice Chair of the South African Engineers & Founders Association (SAEFA) and Quintus Sliep, Transman’s Executive Compliance & Industrial Relations, was appointed on the Executive Committee for SAEFA in 2018.
Transman is also a member of the National Employers Association of South Africa (NEASA) and Angela was the former president of the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of South Africa (SEIFSA) in 2016. She was the first woman president to represent the industry in SEIFSA’s 75 years of operation.