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Cabinet Making Apprenticeship

304
Carole Park, QLD 4300
Cabinet Making
27/10/2021
We currently have a position vacant for a new start Cabinet Making apprenticeship. This is a junior position. Job Description Standard duties may include: Learning how to operate machines such as moulders, planers and saws. To cut, plane, shape and sand wood. Program and control CAD and CNC machines. Accurately assemble and package orders Participate in inspection for quality Housekeeping Complying with WHS requirements Other duties as required Standard requirements Physically fit Workplace level written and oral communication A reasonable ability to complete standard documents and calculations Entry Requirements Certificate 1 or 2 in furnishings, work experience and hand tool skills would be an advantage with a desire to commence a successful career and obtain your qualification in this vocation.  The successful person will also be reliable, enthusiastic and willing to work as part of a team.  Car & Licence Essential for this position. Only suitable applicants will be contacted

Roof Plumbing Apprenticeship

303
Darra, QLD 4076
Roof Plumber
22/10/2021
Are you interested in becoming a Roof Plumbing Apprentice? Apprenticeships Queensland is seeking expression of interests from applicants who are wanting to become a Roof Plumbing Apprentice or those looking to continue with their Roof Plumbing apprenticeship.  Position is based at Darra however you must be prepared to travel. Junior wages apply. Having completed a Certificate II in Plumbing is desirable, reliable transport and provisional drivers licence are essential. THE SUCCESSFUL APPLICANT: To be considered for this role, applicants MUST meet the following criteria: Have a current driver’s licence and own reliable transport  Have a strong passion for the trade Not afraid to work at heights White Card Motivation and commitment in completing the apprenticeship Have a keen eye for detail and can work with precision Can work independently and as part of a team Willing to travel Please note: only applicants who meet the above criteria may be contacted by Recruitment.

Wall and Floor Tiling Apprenticeship

302
Toowong, QLD 4066
Tiler
22/10/2021
Apprenticeships Queensland has a host in the Toowong area wanting a Wall & Floor Tiling apprentice for an immediate start.  Must be willing to travel. The apprenticeship involves: Work effectively and sustainably in the construction industry Carry out measurements and calculations Read and interpret plans and specifications Apply OHS requirements, policies and procedures in the construction industry Use wall and floor tiling tools and equipment The Applicant: Must be hard working Fit and willing to work Reliable Listen to instruction and direction Show a keen interest in developing their skills and knowledge Some experience would be an advantage Must have a car & licence Junior wages apply. Only suitable applicants will be contacted.

Carpentry Apprenticeship

301
South Brisbane, QLD 4101
Carpentry
16/10/2021
Apprenticeships Queensland has a host based in the South Brisbane area who is looking for 6 Carpentry Apprentices.. PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A JUNIOR POSITION. If you are a Carpentry apprentice who is currently out of work or not happy where you are currently working we would be keen to speak with you. DESCRIPTION:  Carry out tasks related to the building, construction and joinery trades, under the supervision of a qualified tradesperson/instructor and consistent with apprenticeship year level. Attend off the job trade school to complete learning and assessment outcomes required for a carpentry apprenticeship. DUTIES: Carry out construction, assembly, alteration or renovation of buildings, structures, fittings, cabinets, cupboards and modular units, possibly for single and multi-storey domestic, commercial and industrial environments Carry out construction activity, e.g. digging footings, erecting sub-floor structures; wall and roof framing; internal and external cladding; fit-out and fixture of doors and all building hardware and fittings Read and working from, plans and specifications Use hand tools, e.g. hammers, chisels, hand saws, screwdrivers, measuring tapes and levelling devices etc. Use power tools, e.g. electric/battery drills, power saws, routers, sanders, planners, laser levelling devices, pneumatic (air) tools, e.g. nail guns Operate workshop equipment, e.g. static machines, band saws, docking saws, thicknessers, routers, bench grinders, etc. Use safe and appropriate means to access (both internal and external) for building and construction sites and trade school environments Follow appropriate safety practices when using ladders, other access ways, handrails, barriers, scaffolding and mechanical lifts (trained/licensed users only) Follow established policies and procedures for Protective Personal Apparel (PPE) use and the use or non-use of devices such as mobile phone in workplace and training environments Follow appropriate manual handling techniques for manual tasks including lifting and moving items Follow safety and environmental practices for handling building products, fluids and waste products Complete appropriate documentation and recording information on computerised programs Carry out the theory and practical assessment tasks in a building site/training centre Follow written and verbal instructions in workplace and trade school environments Communicate and interact with others in workplace and trade school environments, may include customer interaction Read and interpret various types of construction/architectural diagrams ESSENTIAL CRITERIA: A willingness to develop skills and knowledge in this trade Physical fitness and the ability to undertake manual labour for extended periods Be a safe confident worker Willingness to travel White Card (or be willing to obtain prior to starting) Enjoy practical and manual work Ability to follow instructions and communicate effectively Minimum of year 10 schooling A SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE WILL IDEALLY: Certificate 1 or 2 in Building & Construction Domestic building experience / exposure to a jobsite Be reliable, enthusiastic and willing to work as part of a team. Have a car and licence is required  Only suitable applicants will be contacted

2nd - 4th Year Apprentice Fitter & Turner

300
Seventeen Mile Rocks, QLD 4073
Fitter and Turner
13/10/2021
Apprenticeships Queensland are seeking an individual to continue their Fitting & Turning Apprenticeship with our busy host based in the Seventeen Mile Rock area. Applicants MUST meet the following criteria: (please only apply if you meet all the following criteria) Have 2 years or more experience as an apprentice Fitter & Turner Mechanically minded Good verbal and written communication skills A desire to learn, take direction and follow processes The ability to work well within a team environment Good time management skills A positive attitude towards safety, quality and housekeeping Drivers licence (preferred) Genuine interest in completing your apprenticeship. Only suitable applicants will be contacted. If you meet the above criteria please register today.

Business Administration Traineeship - Medical

299
Karana Downs, QLD 4306
Business Administration (Medical)
12/10/2021
Apprenticeships Queensland currently have a position for a Business Administration Medical Trainee for a well respected medical centre. Drivers licence and car is required for this position. You will be required to work Monday to Fridays. Cert 2 in Business not essential but would be a benefit  Able to work in a fast pace, busy work environment  Some experience will be an advantage Well presented, eager to learn and available to start as soon as possible.  This is a fantastic opportunity to gain entry into the Medical industry.  This position would suit recent school leavers. Please note the if you have already completed a Certificate 3 in Business you will be ineligible for this position. Interviews will be conducted at our Ipswich Office. This is an entry level position and junior wages apply.   Only suitable applicants will be contacted.

Carpentry Apprenticeship

298
Regents Park, QLD 4118
Carpentry
12/10/2021
Apprenticeships Queensland has a host based in the Regents Park area who is looking for a Carpentry Apprentice. Applicants must be willing to travel. PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A JUNIOR POSITION. DESCRIPTION:  Carry out tasks related to the building, construction and joinery trades, under the supervision of a qualified tradesperson/instructor and consistent with apprenticeship year level. Attend off the job trade school to complete learning and assessment outcomes required for a carpentry apprenticeship. DUTIES: Carry out construction, assembly, alteration or renovation of buildings, structures, fittings, cabinets, cupboards and modular units, possibly for single and multi-storey domestic, commercial and industrial environments Carry out construction activity, e.g. digging footings, erecting sub-floor structures; wall and roof framing; internal and external cladding; fit-out and fixture of doors and all building hardware and fittings Read and working from, plans and specifications Use hand tools, e.g. hammers, chisels, hand saws, screwdrivers, measuring tapes and levelling devices etc. Use power tools, e.g. electric/battery drills, power saws, routers, sanders, planners, laser levelling devices, pneumatic (air) tools, e.g. nail guns Operate workshop equipment, e.g. static machines, band saws, docking saws, thicknessers, routers, bench grinders, etc. Use safe and appropriate means to access (both internal and external) for building and construction sites and trade school environments Follow appropriate safety practices when using ladders, other access ways, handrails, barriers, scaffolding and mechanical lifts (trained/licensed users only) Follow established policies and procedures for Protective Personal Apparel (PPE) use and the use or non-use of devices such as mobile phone in workplace and training environments Follow appropriate manual handling techniques for manual tasks including lifting and moving items Follow safety and environmental practices for handling building products, fluids and waste products Complete appropriate documentation and recording information on computerised programs Carry out the theory and practical assessment tasks in a building site/training centre Follow written and verbal instructions in workplace and trade school environments Communicate and interact with others in workplace and trade school environments, may include customer interaction Read and interpret various types of construction/architectural diagrams ESSENTIAL CRITERIA: A willingness to develop skills and knowledge in this trade Physical fitness and the ability to undertake manual labour for extended periods Be a safe confident worker Willingness to travel White Card (or be willing to obtain prior to starting) Enjoy practical and manual work Ability to follow instructions and communicate effectively Minimum of year 10 schooling A SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE WILL IDEALLY: Certificate 1 or 2 in Building & Construction Domestic building experience / exposure to a jobsite Be reliable, enthusiastic and willing to work as part of a team. Have a car and licence is required  Only suitable applicants will be contacted

2nd - 4th Year Light Vehicle Mechanic Apprentice

297
Logan City Dc, QLD 4114
Automotive Mechanic (Light Vehicle)
06/10/2021
Apprenticeships Queensland are looking for dedicated and driven Apprentice mechanics who are passionate about the automotive industry and possess an enthusiastic attitude and work well as part of a team. You must have: Have previously started Light Vehicle apprenticeship Have good Maths and English skills (both written and oral) Able to work and learn in a team environment Reliable, enthusiastic and energetic Hold a current Queensland C - Class driver licence (manual preferred) What's provided: Excellent working conditions A friendly and safe team environment A fantastic opportunity for you to reach your full potential as a fully trained Mechanic This is a junior position. Please note you must have started a Light Vehicle Apprenticeship to apply for this vacancy.

Certificate III in Individual Support (Aged Care) Course

296
West Ipswich, QLD 4305
Aged Care
06/10/2021
The Certificate III in Individual Support Course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to gain employment within the Aged Care environment, such as residential facilities or community services where you will work under the supervision of nurses or other health professionals. These skills include: providing personal care, assistance with daily routines and activities related to the residents’ individualised care plans, reporting and recording information to direct supervisors, respecting residents’ rights, dignity and privacy  communicating effectively with staff, residents and family. The Certificate III in Individual Support Course is also a great pathway into the Diploma of Nursing which could see you recognised as an Enrolled Nurse.  By doing this course it will also assist you to find employment in the disability and home care sector. RealCare Training partner with  The Learning Collaborative RTO #32350 - CHC33015 Certificate III in Individual Support - Disability and Ageing Specialities CHC43015 Certificate IV in Ageing Support Aspire to Succeed RTO #32555 CHC43115 Certificate IV in Disability Allens Training RTO #90909 HLTAID003 - Provide First Aid HLTAID001 - CPR