Multiple proponents are hiring dozens of people who are interested in a career in the energy and resources sector.
CS Energy, Stanwell Corporation, MRAEL Group, Dyno Nobel and Shamrock Building Constructions are hiring multiple apprentices and trainees for their 2020 apprentice intake across Queensland.
Applications from recent school leavers and adult learners who want a change careers are welcome. Female and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander applicants are encouraged to apply.
Several vacancies available
There are several vacancies including:
- three mechanical fitters, who will complete a four-year formal training program in doing maintenance at the Callide Power Station, 128km southwest of Gladstone
- electrical instrumentation (dual trade) apprenticeship
- laboratory technician
- diesel fitter
- automotive specialist (underbody)
- light vehicle mechanic (multiple roles)
- heavy diesel mechanic (multiple roles)
- carpenter (multiple roles)
- boilermaker (multiple roles)
- electrical and instrumentation
- fitter and turner
- sign writer
- business administration (multiple roles)
- hospitality (multiple roles)
- IT trainee.
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Practical work offered
CS Energy said applicants for the three mechanical fitting apprenticeships should be prepared to do practical work onsite.
“Our apprentices work hands-on with plant equipment under the guidance of committed leaders who are experts in their fields,” acting executive general manager plant operations Alistair Brown said in a public statement. “You will enjoy being part of a committed and experienced team, working in a safe and supportive environment.”