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Jones & Wagener  bursary 2018 -2019

Who We Are

Jones & Wagener


Jones & Wagener is a specialist firm of consulting professional engineers and scientists based in South Africa.

We are a well-established firm with depth of experience and have been operating since 1966.

Structural and Geotechnical engineering are the pillars on which the company was built. To meet changing demands and challenges facing our clients, we broadened our service offering to include Mine Infrastructure and Waste and Tailings. More recently, we responded to environmental concerns with the establishment of our Environmental Engineering, Sciences and Management expertise.

Career Opportunities

Jones & Wagener is always on the look-out for motivated and talented engineers and scientists who want to work for an innovative and progressive company. Are you a young professional who is open to change and challenge?

We are looking for:

  • Graduates with 1 – 10 years’ experience (post-graduate qualifications preferred)
    in these engineering fields:
  • Environmental
  • Geotechnical
  • Structural
  • Mining & tailings
  • Site supervision

What you can expect:

  • Competitive salary
  • Opportunity to work with recognised technical experts
  • Vibrant working environment
  • Assistance with further study
  • Prospect of company shareholding


In rare occasions, the company may use an agent to source staff. Should you wish to confirm an agency advertised post, please contact


Jones & Wagener offer a limited number of bursaries for Civil Engineering students studying at South African universities.

Applications for the 2019 academic year are now open.

Click here to download the application form

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