Do you have a keen eye for detail? Wanting to learn a highly specialised trade?
About the position
Are you drawn to working with metal and find yourself picturing how things are made and what you would do differently?
Undertaking this apprenticeship will give you the opportunity to learn from talented and qualified staff that are passionate about training apprentices.
This company has been providing quality services to its customers for over 40 years and they want you to join their friendly team in Wyong. Learn the ins and outs of this highly specialised trade and work your way up to becoming a fully qualified Boilermaker.
The duties of the position include, but are not limited to:
- Assisting tradespeople as needed
- Grinding and welding a wide range of metal materials
- Maintaining, repairing and re-building machinery, conveyor belts and/or moulds
- Actively participating in required training and education programs
- Use tools such as: vices, hydraulic presses and rolling machines, or forge metals to shape or bend
Who we’re looking for
To be considered for these positions, candidates must meet the following criteria:
- Drivers licence and reliable transport essential
- The ability and desire to learn and develop skills and knowledge of the industry
- Demonstrated interest and passion for the trade
- Self-motivated and reliable
- Excellent communication, literacy, and numeracy skills
- Commitment to the full term of the apprenticeship and study requirements
Please submit your application with a Resume and Cover Letter to be considered.
Indigenous Australians are encouraged to apply.
Apprenticeships and traineeships combine work-based training with an employer and formal training from a training provider. They are established under training contracts between the employer and the apprentice or trainee and are regulated by the Government. They’re a great way to be paid for work, learn and earn a qualification. Find out more.
This year, we are celebrating 40 years of providing superior trainee and apprenticeship management throughout our communities. We’re proudly a not-for-profit Group Training Organisation. This means you will be employed by Novaskill but hosted by a partner employer for the duration of your apprenticeship/traineeship. You can find out more about why this way of being employed is significantly better than direct employment here.
Novaskill strives to provide opportunities for employment and educational experiences that are tailored to Indigenous culture, community, issues, and solutions. Find out more about our support systems designed specifically for Indigenous Australians here.
For more information:
Contact our Group Training Team on (02) 4906 6700 or email Recruitment@novaskill.com.au.
Tuesday, 13th of April 2021.
To be considered for these positions, we require a cover letter to accompany your resume. We are a proud equal opportunity employer and encourage all persons to apply. All successful candidates will be required to undertake an Australia Federal Police Check prior to commencing employment. Unfortunately, due to the high volume of applications, we are only able to contact shortlisted candidates.