Apprentice and trainee intake offers opportunities for everyone
Published: 24 Oct 2022
Council has eight new positions available for its 2023 Apprentice and Trainee intake and they’re not just for school leavers.
Workplace diversity and flexibility are a major focus of the Apprentice and Trainee intake program.
Mayor Greg Williamson said the Apprentice and Trainee program offered an opportunity for successful applicants to gain valuable on the job training.
“Council is a fantastic place to work, and we encourage people from all walks of life to consider taking on a role in our workforce,” Mayor Williamson said.
“With roles across the board, from libraries to local laws and water services – there is something to pique everyone’s interest,” he said.
“The apprentice and traineeships often lead to full time work at council, and we are very proud to say we have many of our past apprentices and trainees still working here even 10 years later.”
The Apprentice and Trainee intake is being coordinated by Hays Recruitment, with opportunities in a variety of industries, including:
- Business trainee
- Local Laws trainee
- Warehouse trainee
- Live Production trainee (MECC)
- Asset Information trainee
- Apprentice Chef
- Water Industry trainee
- Library Services trainee
Council encourages applications from Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people, anyone re-entering the workforce, those from a non-English speaking background, individuals with a disability, impairment or long-term condition, school leavers or an adult worker wishing to change careers or gain new skills.
Applications for the 2023 Apprentice and Trainee intake are now open and more information can be found at this webpage.
Applications close November 6.