A position has become available for a 3rd or 4th year apprentice. The successful applicant will be required to work well in a small team. We service customers throughout East Arnhemland, so willingness to fly in small plane (6 seater) is a must. Position is a permanent role, located in Nhulunbuy
“This is your opportunity to join a world class organisation” Do you have a passion to perform sales related tasks and the opportunity to deliver excellence to customers in the automotive service and repair industry? As a Parts Trainee undertaking a Certificate III in Automotive Sales (Parts Interpreter) (AUR31016), you will received both formal and on the job training, on your journey towards becoming a fully qualified Cummins Parts Interpreter. Along with your formal TAFE/RTO study, you will gain multi-functional, practical experience with Cummins Parts, Customer Service and Warehouse Operations. At Cummins, everything we do is underpinned by our commitment to safety and collaboration. About you: Cummins are looking for applicants with the following preferred attributes * Enthusiastic and ambitious individuals * A positive attitude and eagerness to learn * Completed or currently enrolled in Year 12 preferable * Good level of language, literacy and numeracy skills * The ability to work well as part of a team * Part time or full time work experience in any field of work would be desirable * Right to work in Australia About us Cummins is a recognised segment leader in the On & Off-Highway, Mining, Power Generation, Rail and Marine market segments. We are a value based organisation who place the highest priority on customers, employees, shareholders and the communities in which we operate. Learn more about us at www.cummins.com.au Cummins are dedicated to diversifying our workforce and encourage Indigenous Australians, women and individuals with a disability to apply for our apprenticeship programs. How to apply All applicants are requested to submit resume and cover letter detailing your interest and motivation for applying. Shortlisted candidates will need to go through a multistep selection process which may include work experience at a Cummins branch. For more information or a confidential discussion regarding this opportunity please email Ranetha Perera at firstname.lastname@example.org. For all applications please click on the link provided.
• Support the Front of House team in a busy operation • Provide excellent dining experience to the customer • Strong focus on high-quality coffee • Excellent customer service and communication skills • Knowledge of coffee & other beverages • Attention to detail • Ability to work under pressure • Capacity to work well in a team • Ability to follow policy & procedures
Australian Apprenticeships NT are seeking a 2nd or 3rd Year Commercial Cookery Apprentice to re-commence their Apprenticeship with a Large Darwin organisation. Must be able to pass a Medical, Drug and Alcohol test, and Federal Police Check. Apply Today!
Warrija Construction and Civil are seeking an enthusiastic 2nd/3rd Year Carpentry Apprentice to join their team. Warrija Construction and Civil Pty Ltd (Warrija) is an Indigenous owned and operated company based in Darwin, Northern Territory specialising in Construction and Civil Services. Our core expertise being plumbing, drainage, civil works, concreting and masonry construction. We optimise industry participation, training and employment for Indigenous Territorians through the delivery of commercially successful high quality construction and civil service projects. Warrija is committed to building an equitable and sustainable industry in the NT by partnering with clients, principal contractors, subcontractors and suppliers that share and support our goals. Our mission is to bring competitive and innovative construction and civil solutions to remote environments. Our team strives to foster positive partnerships and outcomes with communities across the Darwin and Katherine, Barkly Tablelands and Arnhem Land regions. Indigenous businesses are key to creating jobs and employing more Indigenous Australians. The predominant focus of Warrija is to deliver competitive civil and construction services to remote communities within our regions of operation, by providing structured employment and genuine training outcomes to Indigenous communities. Must hold a NT Drivers Licence. Apply today!
Access Hardware are seeking a new team member for our growing business, we would like to source a young person with a real "can-do" attitude. We are a national architectural hardware and lock smithing company with focus on major commercial projects and contracts. We are offering the right person a great opportunity to join our family owned business. We hold major contracts in the NT with the defence bases and maintain their keying systems as well as ongoing maintenance on various schools, bases, and commercial buildings. Offering fully paid training both from our team of experienced lock smiths in house, but also at Melbourne Polytechnic in Victoria for trade school. The focus will be initially on mechanical keying systems with a huge push to electronic systems moving forward. As the right person evolves and learns, a vehicle and phone etc will become part of the package. The lock smithing industry is ever changing, exciting and evolving!! Apply Today!
SMALL ENGINE MECHANIC WORK TYPE Full Time, Apprenticeship CLASSIFICATION Trades & Services Motor Mechanics REQUIRED SKILLS As a first year apprentice, we do not expect you to have a lot of experience, however we would expect you to be keen to learn, mechanically minded and a hard worker. PREFERRED SKILLS We are a small team that works really well together. As an apprentice you would have good communication skills, work well with others, reliable, honest, dedicated, be willing to learn. ROLE DESCRIPTION We are looking for someone who is keen to commence a career in small engine mechanics. In this role you will be learning how to carry out the servicing and repairs to commercial and domestic pressure cleaners and pumps. Detecting and diagnosing faults in engines and parts, repair and replace worn and defective parts and reassemble mechanical components, and refer to service manuals as needed, reassemble engines and parts after being repaired, test and adjust mechanical parts after being repaired for proper performance. You would be mentored & trained by senior, experienced mechanics along with schooling. In return for your eagerness, punctuality and motivation, we offer a safe, happy and supportive work environment. Please follow the prompts below to apply.
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A local Katherine employer is seeking an enthusiastic individual to join the team as a first year engineering-fabrication apprentice. The qualification requirements of this position are that employees assemble metal fabricated products such as structures, frames, plate and sheet assemblies, pipe-work and vessels using welding techniques. Welding techniques may include welding ferrous and non-ferrous metal plate or sheet. Welds are undertaken to pre-determined standards and may be tested for compliance to required standards. Welders use a range of hand tools and hand held power tools and workshop machines such as drills, grinders, clamps, benders and lifting equipment. Summary of training: Perform engineering measurements Perform computations Apply principles of occupational health and safety in the work environment Plan to undertake a routine task Plan a complete activity Apply quality systems Apply quality procedures Organise and communicate information Work with others in a manufacturing, engineering or related environment Interact with computing technology Assist in the provision of on the job training Participate in environmentally sustainable work practices Perform sheet and plate assembly Perform routine oxy acetylene welding Carry out mechanical cutting Perform manual heating and thermal cutting Perform routine manual metal arc welding Weld using manual metal arc welding process Perform advanced welding using manual metal arc welding process Weld using gas metal arc welding process Perform advanced welding using gas metal arc welding process Weld using gas tungsten arc welding process Perform advanced welding using gas tungsten arc welding process Perform advanced welding using oxy acetylene welding process Weld using submerged arc welding process Apply welding principles Perform routine gas tungsten arc welding Perform routine gas metal arc welding Select welding processes Apply safe welding practices Interpret technical drawing Mark off/out structural fabrications and shapes Use hand tools Use power tools/hand held operations Use workshop machines for basic operations Undertake manual handling Apply today!