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2nd Year Engineering Mechanical Apprentice Id2421

Private Company - Stapylton, QLD

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Source: uWorkin

JOB DESCRIPTION

Exciting Apprenticeship in Fitter and Turner Mechanical - 2nd Year Apprentice wanted

Ai Group Apprentice and Trainee Centre, in conjunction with our host organisation Nu-Pure Beverages, a well-established manufacturer located in the Stapylton area are currently looking to recruit a Fitter and Turner mechanical apprentice to enter their workshop operations in early 2021. 
Nu-Pure Beverages is a personalized, family owned business. Our directors have over 20 years’ experience in the beverage industry providing us with extensive knowledge of consumer insight, manufacturing, sales, distribution and customer service. Nu-Pure Beverages is a family owned company manufacturing 100% Australian made products.
This exciting opportunity awaits for an energetic self-starter with a can-do attitude in the field of Engineering Mechanical Fitter and Turning to join this growing company. You will enjoy being a problem solver and working in a high paced environment. No day will ever be the same! 

This opportunity would suit a 2nd year engineering apprentice, school leaver or pre-voc student whom has interest and experience in the Fitter and Turner field.

A Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade Apprenticeship MEM30205 would generally be involved in:
> Setting up of machinery to enable the manufacture of engineering products
> Repair and replacement of components, parts or other items
> Installation of plant and machinery
> Design and manufacture of modifications to existing components parts and other items
> Maintenance of plant and equipment, and
> Construction and commissioning work.

This apprenticeship is in a Skills Shortage Trade.

The Role: 
> You will have a mentor tradesperson to work alongside throughout your training and development
> Adjusting machines, ensuring safety, quality and efficiency always
> Conduct preventative maintenance
> Exposure to aspects of Milling/Lathe and grinding equipment

You will be:
> Thinking safety before anything else
> Detail oriented
> Have wonderful time management skills
> A positive mental attitude and willingness to listen and learn

Benefits:
> Be part of a talented team
> Opportunity to learn current and older technology
> Tidy factory conditions

This is a full time apprenticeship offering a Certificate III Trade qualification. Training fees, PPE, and other costs are all covered by Ai Group ATC

Desirable requirements:
> Car and license
> Competent math skill
> Minimum Year 12 schooling completion
> Own transport to Staplyton, may include tolls.
> Be OHS safety focused and possess a sincere interest to successfully complete your chosen trade 

Employees of Ai Group ATC are always expected to uphold the values of integrity, honesty and excellence and must exhibit a strong work ethic. All employees are expected to be effective at time management, enjoy working within a team environment and possess a sincere interest for their chosen trade.

Please note: You must be an Australian Citizen or have the correct working Visa to apply.
We thank all candidates for their applications, however only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Ai Group Apprentice and Trainee Centre are an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourage applicants from a diverse range of backgrounds to apply.

To Apply Visit:https://www.aigroupapprentices.com.au/aig-jobs/2nd-year-engineering-mechanical-apprentice-id2421/