MIGAS is Australia’s leading Apprentice and Trainee organisation and we’re looking for a reliable and hard-working 1st Year Junior Boilermaker Apprentice to join our team working for one of our host employers based in the Hunter.
Our client is a locally-owned business providing a wide range of in-house services to the mining, defence, agricultural, materials handling and transport industries. They are a strongly customer-focused company and are committed to minimising customer downtime and facilitating continuous operations.
There is a fantastic opportunity for a 1st Year Apprentice to share in this vision. The apprenticeship will allow you to learn all skills required to become a qualified Boilermaker, including (but not limited to):
- Examining and understanding detailed drawings or specifications to determine the required materials and equipment for the job.
- Cutting, rolling, shaping, heating or hammering metal products to produce parts.
- Safely utilising various equipment such as hand and machine tools and welding equipment.
- Utilising various techniques for assembling fabrication parts and structures.
- Aligning and fixing pieces together through welding, bolting or riveting.
- Adding finishing touches to products through cleaning, polishing, filing or applying protective or decorative finishes.
To be considered for this role, you will have a genuine interest in learning all theory and practical aspects of the Boilermaker trade to a high standard and possess a strong mechanical aptitude. You will have reliable transport to and from work and be able to commit to core working hours of 7am-3.30pm Monday to Thursday, and 7am – 1pm on Fridays, as well as all required TAFE study.
You will have an excellent attention to detail, a demonstrated aptitude for English and Mathematics, ability to show initiative both individually and as part of a team, enthusiasm to learn, and a desire to succeed in a long-term career opportunity.
If a career with MIGAS is what you’ve been waiting for then apply now. Send us your resume and a cover letter outlining why you would be the best candidate for the role. Please note that junior wages will apply for this position.
At MIGAS we strongly encourage applications from and actively advocate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and female candidates.