Council offers Indigenous apprenticeship pathway to mechanical career

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CAREER OPPORTUNITY: Roper Gulf Regional Council is recruiting for an Indigenous apprentice to undertake a Certificate III in Mobile Plant Technology.

CAREER OPPORTUNITY: Roper Gulf Regional Council is recruiting for an Indigenous apprentice to undertake a Certificate III in Mobile Plant Technology.

Are you eager to learn and committed to gaining the skills needed for a successful mechanical career? Roper Gulf Regional Council is seeking a Workshop Apprentice to undertake a Certificate III in Mobile Plant Technology in Katherine. The desirable candidate will:

• Be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent (this is an identified Indigenous position);
• Be willing to commit for four years and undertake the required training;
• Have a well-developed level of maths and English; and
• Hold a current Northern Territory driver’s licence (desirable).

The successful applicant will be required to live in Katherine and undertake remote travel to communities in the Roper Gulf region for work. They will be required to supply their own accommodation and transport to and from the Council’s mechanical workshop. Normal working hours will be Monday to Friday, from 8am until 4:30pm.

To apply, click here and speak to the team at Group Training NT.

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