Are you fascinated about how things are put together or ever wanted how different machines work? Do you find yourself spending time in the shed, pulling things a part like to see how they work? If you have a natural eye for detail and are good with your hands, becoming a Fitting and Turning apprentice could be for you!
Undertaking this four-year apprenticeship will give you the opportunity to become a qualified Mechanical Fitter and earn your Cert III in Engineering – Mechanical trade.
You will develop the skills to clean and strip hydraulic cylinders; weld and turn during the manufacturing of components, service mobile plant vehicles, and occasionally accompany mobile teams on repairs.
This position is located in Ingleburn and you will be hosted with an international company that specializes in the maintenance and repair of hydraulic systems.
THE BEST BITS
- No HECs Debt – in fact, most apprenticeships are fully funded by the Government. So you will leave your 4 years with a qualification, no debt and ready to earn the big bucks in an industry that is eager for more qualified tradespeople to join their ranks
- We will actually pay you to learn! How many of your Uni mates get paid to study?
- Potential to be selected for one of MIGAS’s annual MiScholarship funding, a combination of a cash prize and additional financial support
- Your own personal MIGAS mentor who will guide you through your apprenticeship
- Free uniforms and PPE when you start with MIGAS
- We are a culturally diverse employer and actively advocate for local Indigenous Australians and women in trades
WHO SHOULD APPLY
If have h a real natural interest in mechanical work and the mathematical aptitude to be successful in a mechanical field you could be a great candidate.
You should be a strong team player and an effective communicator who will always be enthusiastic and puncatual.
- Driver’s license
If you think this could be you – apply online now by submitting your resume and cover letter explaining why you think you would be a great mechanical fitter apprentice!
Not sure what to say in a cover letter? Don’t sell yourself short – visit our website for some great tips on how to write a stand-out cover letter: https://www.migas.com.au/news/how-to-write-a-cover-letter/