Bengalla Mining Company and MIGAS Apprentices & Trainees are now recruiting in the Electrical and Plant Mechanic trades for the 2015-2016 Bengalla Apprenticeship Program.
Kick start your career in the mining industry. Bengalla and MIGAS are looking for self-motivated team players to join their four year apprenticeship program at Bengalla in the Hunter Valley. The positions available in the program are Electrical Apprenticeships and Plant Mechanic Apprenticeships.
The program offers a range of benefits including:
- Working with a team that is focused on and has a strong commitment to safety
- Nationally recognised qualification
- Learning from experienced qualified tradespeople within the industry
- Ongoing coaching, mentoring and support
- Exposure to a broad range of electrical and plant mechanic functions
Applications should include: current resume, school certificate and most recent results and a cover letter. Please include in your cover letter if you are related to a Bengalla Mining Company employee and their name and relationship to you.
MIGAS is an equal opportunity employer. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and female applicants are strongly encouraged to apply.
To submit your application, click the industry of your preference below and follow the prompts. Please note that only successful applicants will be contacted. MIGAS and Bengalla would like to thank you for your application. Applications close 21st August 2015.
For more information about Bengalla Mining Company, visit: riotinto.com/coalaustralia
Pictured above: Angela Gardner (MIGAS Field Officer), Rohan Pottinger (Plant Mechanic Apprentice), Shae Pemberton (Electrical Apprentice), Adam Prowse (Electrical Apprentice), Darby Gutierrez (Electrical Apprentice), and Jo-anne Scarini (General Manager Bengalla).