A multinational resources company is willing to fully train its new recruits across Central Queensland and the Hunter Valley.
BHP is accepting applications for its Apprenticeship Program based in Moranbah, Dysart, Blackwater, Hay Point, and Muswellbrook.
The proponent wants “enthusiastic and motivated” job applicants for a four-year, paid training program that not only leads to ongoing work but also a nationally accredited trade certificate in a variety of fields.
The following vacancies have been advertised:
- instrumentation technicians (multiple positions)
- refrigeration mechanics (multiple)
- automotive electricians (multiple)
- mechanical fitters (multiple)
- communications (multiple)
- boilermakers (multiple)
- diesel fitters (multiple)
- electricians (multiple)
- plumbers (multiple)
- welders (multiple).
Click here to apply. Successful applicants will be offered a competitive remuneration package, “first-rate” working conditions and residential roles starting from as early as January 2022.
“As these roles are residential, apprentices will be required to live within in a safe distance from the mine site they are employed to [and] aligned with our fatigue management policies. Please note accommodation and travel is not provided for these positions,” the employer said on its website.
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