Jobs Board

3608
Spring Hill, QLD 4000
Business
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3607
Maroochydore, QLD 4558
Carpenter
19/07/2024
Are you passionate about working with your hands and building something from scratch? Do you enjoy working in a fast-paced environment and collaborating with a team? We’re seeking enthusiastic and motivated individuals to join our team as Carpentry Apprentices. With 35 years of experience, here at East Coast Apprenticeships, we pride ourselves on our ability to effectively hire and train apprentices, resulting in the development of skilled tradespeople equipped to meet the demands of industry. As a Carpentry Apprentice with ECA: You will have the opportunity to work on a range of exciting projects, from new home builds and renovations to refurbishments and commercial projects. You will be working full-time, 40 hours per week You will be entitled to a rostered day off each month If successful, you will be completing your trade with one of our Host Employers, who will give you in-depth knowledge and guidance to help you become trade qualified within 4 years 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th year Apprentices are encouraged to apply With the support of qualified trades people, you will be: Studying drawings and specifications to determine materials required, dimensions and installation procedures Measuring materials Using a variety of hand and power tools Carrying out calculations Ordering and selecting timbers and materials, and preparing layouts Cutting materials, and assembling and nailing cut and shaped parts Erecting framework and roof framing, laying sub-flooring and floorboards and verifying trueness of structures Nailing fascia panels, sheathing roofs, and fitting exterior wall cladding and door and window frames Assembling prepared wood to form structures and fittings ready to install Cutting wood joints May construct concrete formwork May repair existing fittings May work with plastic laminates, Perspex and metals Any other tasks requested by the host employer To be considered for this exciting opportunity, you must have: An interest and commitment to work in Construction A White Card or the ability to obtain one ASAP A current Drivers License or be close to obtaining one, and have your own reliable transport Certificate I or II in Construction is advantageous Work experience within the construction industry is highly desirable Physically fit, self-disciplined, and have high attention to detail Reliable, resilient, motivated, and able to work in a fast-paced environment Able to take direction and take the safety of yourself and your team members seriously Ideally, have your own basic tools (including nail bag) As an apprentice with ECA, you will enjoy a range of benefits, including: Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances Paid TAFE block periods + Work shirts provided + Safety Equipment + Tool allowance Long-term career prospects for the right candidate A dedicated Field Officer assigned for full mentoring and support during your apprenticeship, as well as a full team of staff overseeing your apprenticeship, ensuring you only need to focus on your work and college Genuine support for your personal wellbeing, including access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) A large network of Host Employers looking to host enthusiastic apprentices and help them become trade qualified Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia.   At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page
3605
Forest Glen, QLD 4556
Business
19/07/2024
Are you interested in Business and seek to work in a corporate setting?  We are seeking motivated and driven candidates interested in Business Administration with a high attention to detail and who enjoy working with computers to undertake this entry-level administration role! Gain your Cert III in Business whilst working in the industry gaining hands on, real life skills. This traineeship provides entry-level opportunities for individuals to gain practical skills and experiences in various aspects of Business operations.  Some common industries that offer Business traineeships include: Retail & Sales Accounting & Finance Hospitality & Tourism Community Services & Healthcare Marketing and communications Education & Training Duties may include but not limited to: Answering the phone and directing to appropriate people Taking messages and managing emails Data entry, filing and scanning Customer service – in person and over the phone Use of Microsoft Office Suite and other administrative programs Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Be well presented, professional, enthusiastic, reliable and punctual Be motivated with a positive attitude Have a high attention to detail and a great phone manner Have general computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office Suite preferred Drivers licence and own transport preferred Benefits: Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances. Full Time employment/contract. Upon completion: Certificate III in Business. A dedicated Field Officer to support you during your traineeship. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to assist you with your personal wellbeing.   Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note: Previous qualifications may affect Government funding required for this Traineeship. To be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia. At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page
3600
Tewantin, QLD 4565
Floor & Wall Tiler
19/07/2024
Apply now for a Tiling Apprenticeship with East Coast Apprenticeships! We're on the hunt for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join our team as an Apprentice Tiler! If you have a passion for creating beautiful spaces and are eager to learn the art of tiling, this could be the perfect opportunity for you! As an Apprentice Tiler with ECA: You'll be stepping into a dynamic learning environment. You’ll be placed with one of our host employers and guided through the intricacies of the trade, teaching you the tricks of the tiling trade that have been passed down through generations. You'll have hands-on opportunities to work on real projects, gaining valuable skills and experience. You can expect to work full-time, 40 hours per week + the opportunity to accrue an RDO each month. Apprenticeship duration: 4 years You will have the opportunity to become trade qualified and earn your Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling We are committed to creating an inclusive and diverse work environment and strongly encourage applications from both men and women seeking an opportunity to build a career in the tiling industry. 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th year candidates are encouraged to apply As a Tiling apprentice, you can expect to: Assist in preparing surfaces for tiling, including cleaning and leveling. Learn to cut, shape, and lay tiles accurately to achieve desired patterns and designs. Assist in the application of adhesives, grout, and sealants. Observe safety practices and guidelines to ensure a secure working environment. Collaborate with the team to deliver exceptional tiling projects. Be proactive in seeking knowledge and improvement in tiling techniques. Any other tasks requested by the host employer Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Genuine interest and enthusiasm for the Tiling trade Must hold a White Card or able to obtain ASAP Hold (or close to obtaining) a current Drivers License and have own reliable transport Work Experience within the construction industry is highly desirable Must be physically fit Be a perfectionist with an eye for the finer details Be reliable, resilient, motivated and able to work in a fast-paced environment Able to take direction Ability to work well in a team and take direction from others As an apprentice with ECA, you will enjoy a range of benefits, including: Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances Paid TAFE block periods + Work shirts provided + Safety Equipment Long-term career prospects for the right candidate A dedicated Field Officer assigned for full mentoring and support during your apprenticeship, as well as a full team of staff overseeing your apprenticeship, ensuring you only need to focus on your work and college Genuine support for your personal wellbeing, including access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) A large network of Host Employers looking to host enthusiastic apprentices and help them become trade qualified Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary   Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia. Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview**  
3599
Clontarf, QLD 4019
Business
18/07/2024
Are you interested in Business and seek to work in a corporate setting?  We are seeking motivated and driven candidates interested in Business Administration with a high attention to detail and who enjoy working with computers to undertake this entry-level administration role! Gain your Cert III in Business whilst working in the industry gaining hands on, real life skills. This traineeship provides entry-level opportunities for individuals to gain practical skills and experiences in various aspects of Business operations.  Some common industries that offer Business traineeships include: Retail & Sales Accounting & Finance Hospitality & Tourism Community Services & Healthcare Marketing and communications Education & Training Duties may include but not limited to: Answering the phone and directing to appropriate people Taking messages and managing emails Data entry, filing and scanning Customer service – in person and over the phone Use of Microsoft Office Suite and other administrative programs Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Be well presented, professional, enthusiastic, reliable and punctual Be motivated with a positive attitude Have a high attention to detail and a great phone manner Have general computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office Suite preferred Drivers licence and own transport preferred Benefits: Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances. Full Time employment/contract. Upon completion: Certificate III in Business. A dedicated Field Officer to support you during your traineeship. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to assist you with your personal wellbeing.   Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note: Previous qualifications may affect Government funding required for this Traineeship. To be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia. At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page
3596
Bundaberg, QLD 4670
Business
17/07/2024
Are you interested in Business and seek to work in a corporate setting?  We are seeking motivated and driven candidates interested in Business Administration with a high attention to detail and who enjoy working with computers to undertake this entry-level administration role! Gain your Cert III in Business whilst working in the industry gaining hands on, real life skills. This traineeship provides entry-level opportunities for individuals to gain practical skills and experiences in various aspects of Business operations.  Some common industries that offer Business traineeships include: Retail & Sales Accounting & Finance Hospitality & Tourism Community Services & Healthcare Marketing and communications Education & Training Duties may include but not limited to: Answering the phone and directing to appropriate people Taking messages and managing emails Data entry, filing and scanning Customer service – in person and over the phone Use of Microsoft Office Suite and other administrative programs Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Be well presented, professional, enthusiastic, reliable and punctual Be motivated with a positive attitude Have a high attention to detail and a great phone manner Have general computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office Suite preferred Drivers licence and own transport preferred Benefits: Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances. Full Time employment/contract. Upon completion: Certificate III in Business. A dedicated Field Officer to support you during your traineeship. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to assist you with your personal wellbeing.   Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note: Previous qualifications may affect Government funding required for this Traineeship. To be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia. At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page
3595
Brendale, QLD 4500
Wood Machinist
17/07/2024
Are you interested in learning a skilled trade in manufacturing and woodwork? As an Apprentice Wood Machinist, you will work with a team of experienced professionals to learn the craft of building and installation of products, including furniture and cabinetry, made from timber and other materials. This hands-on learning experience will give you the opportunity to use a variety of tools and materials to create unique, high-quality pieces.  Specialise your skills in wood machining, cabinet and furniture making, kitchen and bathroom construction and installation, marine cabinetry, coopering or drafting. With the support of qualified tradespeople, you will be: Learning to construct and install a variety of custom cabinets and joinery through a variety of factory-based and on-site projects Drawing (including computer-aided design) and interpreting work documentation Measuring, marking, cutting and shaping wood using saws, chisels and power tools Trimming and gluing joints Examining designs, drawings and parts to determine specifications Cutting & shaping pieces of wood   Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Hold a genuine interest in woodwork Be well presented, enthusiastic, reliable, and punctual Be motivated with a positive attitude Must be physically fit Effectively carry out instruction Have strong problem-solving capabilities Ability to work within set timeframes Enjoy practical work and able to use manual tools Drivers License &  own reliable transport would be an advantage   Benefits Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances. Full Time employment/contract, 38+ hours per week. Paid TAFE block periods + Work shirts provided + Safety Equipment. Upon completion: Certificate III in Glass & Glazing Long-term career prospects for the right candidate. Ongoing coaching, support and mentoring from qualified professionals A dedicated Field Officer to support you during your apprenticeship. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to assist you with your personal wellbeing.   Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia.   At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page
3594
Fitzgibbon, QLD 4018
Carpenter
17/07/2024
Are you ready to kick-start your career in the Civil Construction Industry? East Coast Apprenticeships is seeking enthusiastic individuals to join our team as full-time Formwork Carpentry Apprentices. As an apprentice with us, you will have the opportunity to work with our host employers, who are leading industry professionals. This apprenticeship offers an exciting pathway to gain hands-on experience, develop specialised skills, and build a successful future in formwork carpentry.  With the support of qualified trades people, you will be: Assisting in the installation of formwork structures, including assembling and positioning formwork panels, beams, and other components. Participating in concrete pouring activities, coordinating with other tradespeople and ensuring proper concrete consolidation and finishing. Assisting in the removal of formwork from hardened concrete structures, carefully dismantling and removing components. Preparing formwork materials by cutting, shaping, and sizing plywood, lumber, or metal components. Learning and implementing formwork maintenance practices, including inspecting, cleaning, and repairing damaged components. Following safety protocols, wearing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), and contributing to a safe work environment. Collaborating with experienced formwork carpenters, tradespeople, and construction professionals to learn and contribute to the success of construction projects. To be considered for this exciting opportunity, you must have: An interest and commitment to work in Construction A White Card or the ability to obtain one ASAP A current Drivers License or be close to obtaining one, and have your own reliable transport Certificate I or II in Construction is advantageous Work experience within the construction industry is highly desirable Physically fit, self-disciplined, and have high attention to detail Reliable, resilient, motivated, and able to work in a fast-paced environment Able to take direction and take the safety of yourself and your team members seriously Eagerness to learn As an apprentice with ECA, you will enjoy a range of benefits, including: Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances Paid TAFE block periods + Work shirts provided + Safety Equipment Long-term career prospects for the right candidate A dedicated Field Officer assigned for full mentoring and support during your apprenticeship, as well as a full team of staff overseeing your apprenticeship, ensuring you only need to focus on your work and college Genuine support for your personal wellbeing, including access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) A large network of Host Employers looking to host enthusiastic apprentices and help them become trade qualified Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia.   At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page
3593
Maroochydore, QLD 4558
Fibrous Plasterer
17/07/2024
Apply now for a Fibrous Plasterer Apprenticeship with East Coast Apprenticeships! We're on the lookout for a passionate and driven individual to join our team as a Plastering Apprentice. This is your chance to dive into the plastering trade, working alongside seasoned pros to master the skills and techniques that make a top-notch qualified plasterer.   As an Apprentice Plasterer with ECA: You can expect to work full-time, 40 hours per week + the opportunity to accrue an RDO each month. Become trade qualified and earn your Certificate III in Wall and Ceiling Lining. Apprenticeship duration: 4 years As a plastering apprentice, you'll be engaged in a variety of tasks, including: Installing plasterboard on walls and ceilings, ensuring precise placement. Fixing standard plasterboard sheets on walls and ceilings, securing them effectively. Reading and interpreting plans to execute tasks accurately. Achieving seamless finishes on plasterboard joins for a polished look. Cutting and installing cornices to enhance the aesthetic appeal. Planning plasterboard layout, incorporating insulation and vapour barriers. Measuring, marking, cutting, and installing plasterboard panels securely. Attaching pre-cast plaster fittings such as cornices, ceiling centres, and more. Expertly covering joins and nail holes with wet plaster and sealing compounds. Mixing and applying plaster, cement, and render using trowels for uniform coats. Applying and finishing specialised materials like acoustic, insulating, and fireproofing compounds. To excel as an apprentice, applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: A genuine passion for learning the ins and outs of plastering. Attention to Detail and problem-solving capabilities Physical Stamina: Apprenticeship requires lifting, positioning, and hands-on work. Team Player: Collaboration with experienced plasterers and fellow apprentices. Willingness to learn from mentors and adapt to different tasks. Basic Math Skills: Necessary for measurements and calculations. Safety Awareness:. Solid communication skills and reliability Must hold a Construction White Card or able to obtain at short notice Hold a current Australian Drivers License (Minimum Provisional) & have own reliable transport As an apprentice with ECA, you will enjoy a range of benefits, including: Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances Paid TAFE block periods + Work shirts provided + Safety Equipment Long-term career prospects for the right candidate A dedicated Field Officer assigned for full mentoring and support during your apprenticeship, as well as a full team of staff overseeing your apprenticeship, ensuring you only need to focus on your work and college Genuine support for your personal wellbeing, including access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) A large network of Host Employers looking to host enthusiastic apprentices and help them become trade qualified Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia.   At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page
3592
Noosa Heads, QLD 4567
Business
17/07/2024
Are you interested in Business and want to work in a corporate setting? We are seeking motivated and driven candidates who have a high attention to detail and who enjoy working with computers to undertake this entry-level administration role! Gain your Cert III in Business whilst working in the industry gaining hands on, real life skills. This traineeship provides entry-level opportunities for individuals to gain practical skills and experiences in various aspects of Business operations.  Some common industries that offer Business traineeships include: Retail & Sales Accounting & Finance Hospitality & Tourism Community Services & Healthcare Marketing and communications Education & Training Duties may include but not limited to: Answering the phone and directing to appropriate people Taking messages and managing emails Data entry, filing and scanning Customer service – in person and over the phone Use of Microsoft Office Suite and other administrative programs Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Be well presented, professional, enthusiastic, reliable and punctual Be motivated with a positive attitude Have a high attention to detail and a great phone manner Have general computer skills and experience with Microsoft Office Suite preferred Drivers licence and own transport preferred Benefits: Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances. Full Time employment/contract. Upon completion: Certificate III in Business. A dedicated Field Officer to support you during your traineeship. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to assist you with your personal wellbeing.   Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note: Previous qualifications may affect Government funding required for this Traineeship. To be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia. At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page
3590
Strathpine, QLD 4500
Commercial Cookery
15/07/2024
Do you have a passion for food and cooking and want to turn it into a rewarding career? We are seeking passionate and enthusiastic candidates to commence a Commercial Cookery (Chef) Apprenticeship! This position offers the opportunity to work under several highly qualified Chefs in a very fast paced industry. The perfect opportunity for hardworking individuals who are eager to commence a rewarding career in cooking and who possess a genuine passion for the culinary arts. If you have a positive attitude, a great work ethic and a willingness to learn apply now! If successful: You will be working full time 38 hours per week while studying a Certificate III in Commercial Cookery & upon successful completion of the apprenticeship, you will be a qualified Chef. Total apprenticeship term: 3 years You will be placed with one of our host employers, where you will work alongside experienced chefs to learn the skills and techniques required to become a qualified commercial cook. Immediate start available Recent school leavers & Out of Trade apprentices are also encouraged to apply! Duties may include, but not limited to: Assist with the preparation and cooking of high-quality meals for our customers, in accordance with our menu and recipes. Learn how to manage the kitchen, including stock control, ordering, and food preparation schedules. Adhere to all health and safety standards, including food hygiene and sanitation. Work closely with the team to ensure that all dishes are prepared to the highest standard. Learn to work efficiently in a busy kitchen environment. Any other tasks requested by the host employer Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Have a real passion for food Be eligible to complete an apprenticeship Demonstrate a great attitude and willingness to work Be motivated with a positive attitude Be reliable, punctual and able to demonstrate initiative Be well presented Willingness to work flexible hours, including weekends and evenings. Problem solving capabilities Work well under pressure and able to demonstrate resilience Benefits of doing your apprenticeship with ECA: Long term career prospects for the right candidate You will have a dedicated Field Officer assigned for full mentoring & support during your Apprenticeship as well as a full team of staff overseeing your apprenticeship, ensuring you only need to focus on your work and college. Genuine support for your personal wellbeing including access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) ECA has a large network of Host Employers looking to host enthusiastic apprentices and help them become trade qualified.   If you are passionate about food and are looking for an opportunity to develop your skills and build a career in the industry, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity ­­­­   Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia.   At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page  
3589
North Lakes, QLD 4509
Signwriter
15/07/2024
We are looking for a creative and enthusiastic individual to join our team as a Signwriting Apprentice. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn from experienced professionals and gain valuable skills in the art of signwriting. Gain your Certificate III in Signs and Graphics 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th year candidates are encouraged to apply With the support of qualified tradespeople, you will be: Assisting with the design and production of signage for a range of clients Learning about different types of signage and techniques used in the industry Developing skills in typography, graphic design, and hand lettering Communicating effectively with clients and team members Ensuring that work is completed to a high standard and within deadlines Any other tasks requested by the host employer Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Have a passion for art and design Good attention to detail Strong communication skills Have a willingness to learn and develop skills A positive attitude and a willingness to work as part of a team A high level of motivation and a strong work ethic A commitment to completing the apprenticeship Be reliable, resilient, motivated and able to work in a fast-paced environment Able to take direction Car + License Benefits of doing your apprenticeship with ECA: Long term career prospects for the right candidate You will have a dedicated Field Officer assigned for full mentoring & support during your Apprenticeship as well as a full team of staff overseeing your apprenticeship, ensuring you only need to focus on your work and college. Genuine support for your personal wellbeing including access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) ECA has a large network of Host Employers looking to host enthusiastic apprentices and help them become trade qualified Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia.   At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page
3588
Northgate, QLD 4013
Glass and Glazing
15/07/2024
Apply now for a Glazing Apprenticeship with East Coast Apprenticeships! We're on the lookout for a passionate and driven individual to join our team as a Glazing Apprentice. This is your chance to dive into the glass & glazing trade, working alongside seasoned pros to master the skills and techniques that make a top-notch qualified Glazier. During the Glass & Glazing Apprenticeship, you will be working full time 38 hours per week while studying a Certificate III in Glass & Glazing. Gaining experience in the workplace with one of our host employers, duties may include but not limited to: Manufacturing, processing, moving or installing various types of glass products Job roles may be in glass processing, glazing or designed glazing in both residential and commercial operations Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Be well presented, enthusiastic, reliable and punctual Be motivated with a positive attitude Physically fit, self-disciplined, and have high attention to detail Reliable, resilient, motivated, and able to work in a fast-paced environment Able to take direction and take the safety of yourself and your team members seriously Eagerness to learn Drivers licence and own vehicle Benefits Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances. Full Time employment/contract, 38+ hours per week. Paid TAFE block periods + Work shirts provided + Safety Equipment. Upon completion: Certificate III in Glass & Glazing Long-term career prospects for the right candidate. Ongoing coaching, support and mentoring from qualified professionals A dedicated Field Officer to support you during your apprenticeship. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to assist you with your personal wellbeing.   Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia.   At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page
3587
Caboolture, QLD 4510
Individual Support (Disability Support)
15/07/2024
Are you passionate about making a difference in people's lives? Do you have a desire to work in the healthcare industry and provide valuable support to individuals in need? We’re currently seeking an enthusiastic and compassionate individual to join our team as an Individual Support Trainee. As an Individual Support Trainee, you will be placed with one of our Host Employers and play a crucial role in assisting individuals with their daily living activities, promoting their independence, and enhancing their overall well-being. You will work under the supervision of experienced professionals, learning essential skills and gaining practical experience in providing person-centered care to a diverse range of clients. Duties may include but not limited to: Assist individuals with personal care tasks, including bathing, dressing, and grooming. Support individuals in maintaining a clean and safe living environment. Foster a positive and empowering atmosphere that promotes independence and dignity. Provide companionship and engage in social activities with clients. Help individuals with meal preparation and nutritional support. Observe and report any changes in clients' physical or mental conditions to the appropriate personnel. Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team to develop and implement individual care plans. Maintain accurate documentation and records related to client care. Sleep over shifts Any other tasks reasonably requested by the host employer Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Genuine passion for working with people and a commitment to making a positive impact in their lives. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Empathy, patience, and the ability to show compassion. Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail. Flexibility to adapt to changing client needs and schedules. A willingness to learn and follow instructions from experienced professionals. Must be willing to undertake a Certificate III in Individual Support as part of the traineeship. Essential requirements Driver’s license and reliable transport Ability to provide a National Police Check Able to obtain a Blue/Yellow Card Applicants must be able to provide documentation of vaccinations, including those related to Flu/Covid-19 if required. Benefits of doing your apprenticeship with ECA: Long term career prospects for the right candidate You will have a dedicated Field Officer assigned for full mentoring & support during your Traineeship as well as a full team of staff overseeing your traineeship, ensuring you only need to focus on your work and study. Genuine support for your personal wellbeing including access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) ECA has a large network of Host Employers looking to host enthusiastic apprentices and trainees and help them advance in their careers and gain certification. Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia.   At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page  
3586
Strathpine, QLD 4500
Sail Maker
15/07/2024
Are you passionate about sailing and looking to turn your love for the industry into a rewarding career? We are currently seeking a motivated and enthusiastic individual to join our team as a Sail Making Apprentice.  This is a fantastic opportunity for you to learn from experienced professionals and develop the skills and knowledge necessary to become a skilled sail maker in the sailing industry. As an apprentice, you will assist in the creation and repair of high-quality sails for various sailing vessels. You will learn all aspects of sailmaking, including measuring, cutting, sewing, and finishing sails. You will also learn about different materials used in sail making, their properties, and how they affect sail performance. Out of Trade Apprentice are encouraged to apply School leavers & Juniors encouraged to apply As a sail maker apprentice, you can expect to perform a variety of tasks related to sail making and repair. Some of your daily duties may include: Measure and cut sailcloth to the appropriate dimensions. Assist with sail repairs, such as adding reinforcements, grommets and other hardware. Assist experienced sailmakers in the creation of high-quality sails for various types of sailing vessels. Assist with sail repairs, which may include patching holes, replacing damaged sections, and restitching seams. Keeping the work area clean and organised. Learn about different types of sail materials and how they impact sail performance. Communicate with team members to ensure deadlines are met and customer requirements are fulfilled. Any other tasks requested by the host employer As you progress through your apprenticeship, you can expect to take on more responsibilities and gain a deeper understanding of the sail making process. Your daily duties will vary based on the projects you are working on and the needs of your team, but you can expect to have a hands-on role in creating high-quality sails that will help sailors enjoy the sport of sailing. Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Strong interest in sailing and willingness to learn Attention to detail Hold a current Drivers License and have own reliable transport Work Experience within the industry is highly desirable Must be physically fit Be self-disciplined with problem solving capabilities Be reliable, resilient, motivated and able to work in a fast-paced environment Able to take direction Have a positive attitude Take the safety of yourself and your team members seriously   Your remuneration package includes: Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances Benefits of doing your apprenticeship with ECA: Long term career prospects for the right candidate You will have a dedicated Field Officer assigned for full mentoring & support during your Apprenticeship as well as a full team of staff overseeing your apprenticeship, ensuring you only need to focus on your work and college. Genuine support for your personal wellbeing including access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) ECA has a large network of Host Employers looking to host enthusiastic apprentices and help them become trade qualified Nationally recognised Trade qualification upon completion Opportunity to develop a rewarding and dynamic career in the sailmaking industry Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia.   At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page
3585
Brendale, QLD 4500
Engineering - Fabrication
15/07/2024
Are you ready to kick-start your with an incredible opportunity? Do you have a keen interest in the Engineering Industry? Look no further! East Coast Apprenticeships is offering an Engineering Fabrication Trade Apprenticeship that will set you on the path to success. Work alongside skilled professionals, receive top-notch training, and become a valued member of the team! We provide comprehensive on-the-job training, ensuring you gain the skills and knowledge needed to excel whilst you earn your Certificate III in Engineering - Fabrication.  Duties may include but not limited to: Preparing surfaces to be coated by using various methods (by hand or machine), including but not limited to abrasive blasting, high pressure water washing or power wire brushing, to remove grease, dirt and rust. Mixing and matching paint to ensure correct colour match. Applying body filler, primer, primer filler, top coat and clear coat using both airless systems and hand held pot spray guns. Filling imperfections and dents to obtain the desired surface finish. Touching up paintwork and apply polish to vehicles. Masking areas that are not to be painted. Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria Be able to demonstrate strong mathematical ability Have a strong attention to detail Highly motivated with effective learning and communication skills and a positive attitude Ability to work in a team environment and follow instructions Have a basic understanding of hand power tool operations Have fault finding and problem solving abilities Be well presented, enthusiastic, reliable and punctual Reliable transport to work, car and licence preferred As an apprentice with ECA, you will enjoy a range of benefits, including: Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances Paid TAFE block periods + Work shirts provided + Safety Equipment Long-term career prospects for the right candidate A dedicated Field Officer assigned for full mentoring and support during your apprenticeship, as well as a full team of staff overseeing your apprenticeship, ensuring you only need to focus on your work and college Genuine support for your personal wellbeing, including access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) A large network of Host Employers looking to host enthusiastic apprentices and help them become trade qualified Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia.   At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page
3584
Brendale, QLD 4500
Engineering Production
15/07/2024
Are you ready to kick-start your with an incredible opportunity?  Look no further! East Coast Apprenticeships is offering a Certificate II in Engineering Production Traineeship that will set you on the path to success. Work alongside skilled professionals, receive top-notch training, and become a valued member of the team! No experience? No problem! We provide comprehensive on-the-job training, ensuring you gain the skills and knowledge needed to excel. During the Engineering traineeship, you will be working full time 38 hours per week while studying a Certificate II in Engineering. Trainees will primarily be engaged in production work, duties include (but not limited to): Oxy-acetylene and soldering equipment Using fabrication equipment Pulling apart and reassemble engineering mechanisms Interacting with computing technology  Monitoring, servicing, repairing and assembly of mechanical, fabrication, electrical and metal product machines. Computer numeric machine (cnc) processes Foundry processes and automatic moulding equipment and furnace operations Stationary and mobile plant and packaging machines Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Be well presented, enthusiastic, reliable and punctual Be motivated with a positive attitude Physically fit, self-disciplined, and have high attention to detail Reliable, resilient, motivated, and able to work in a fast-paced environment Able to take direction and take the safety of yourself and your team members seriously Eagerness to learn As an apprentice with ECA, you will enjoy a range of benefits, including: Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances Paid TAFE block periods + Work shirts provided + Safety Equipment Long-term career prospects for the right candidate A dedicated Field Officer assigned for full mentoring and support during your apprenticeship, as well as a full team of staff overseeing your apprenticeship, ensuring you only need to focus on your work and college Genuine support for your personal wellbeing, including access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) A large network of Host Employers looking to host enthusiastic apprentices and help them become trade qualified Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia.   At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page
3583
Kedron, QLD 4031
Landscape Construction
15/07/2024
Are you searching for a career working outdoors in a great team environment? Do you enjoy the challenge of designing and transforming landscapes? Join this exciting and expanding industry and gain your Certificate III in Landscape Construction! With the support of qualified tradespeople, you will be: Assist with the preparation and installation of landscapes, including planting, paving, and retaining walls. Learn how to operate and maintain landscaping equipment and machinery. Adhere to all health and safety standards, including personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements. Work closely with the team to ensure that all projects are completed to a high standard. Learn to work efficiently in a busy landscaping environment. Any other tasks requested by the host employer Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Must have interest and commitment to work in Construction Must hold a White Card or able to obtain ASAP Hold (or close to obtaining) a current Drivers License and have own reliable transport Participation in a Pre-Apprenticeship course or Certificate I or II Construction course is advantageous Work Experience within the construction industry is highly desirable Must be physically fit & able to work outdoors Be reliable, resilient, motivated and able to work in a fast-paced environment Able to take direction Benefits of doing your apprenticeship with ECA: Long term career prospects for the right candidate You will have a dedicated Field Officer assigned for full mentoring & support during your Apprenticeship as well as a full team of staff overseeing your apprenticeship, ensuring you only need to focus on your work and college. Genuine support for your personal wellbeing including access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) ECA has a large network of Host Employers looking to host enthusiastic apprentices and help them become trade qualified   Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia.   At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page
3582
Strathpine, QLD 4500
Cabinetmaker
15/07/2024
Are you interested in learning a skilled trade and creating custom-made furniture and cabinetry? As a cabinetmaking apprentice, you will work with a team of experienced professionals to learn the craft of designing, building, and installing custom cabinetry and furniture. This hands-on learning experience will give you the opportunity to use a variety of tools and materials to create unique, high-quality pieces that meet the specific needs of clients. Out of Trade Apprentice are encouraged to apply School leavers & Juniors encouraged to apply With the support of qualified tradespeople, you will be: Learning to construct and install a variety of custom cabinets and joinery through a variety of factory-based and on-site projects Marking, cutting and shaping wood using saws, chisels and power tools Trimming and gluing joints Examining designs, drawings and parts to determine specifications Cutting & shaping pieces of wood Fitting hinges, drawers and shelves Deliver and install completed products to site Any other tasks requested by the host employer Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Be eligible to complete an apprenticeship Present with a genuine interest in woodwork Be well presented, enthusiastic, reliable, and punctual Be motivated with a positive attitude Must be physically fit Effectively carry out instruction Have strong problem-solving capabilities Ability to work within set timeframes Enjoy practical work and able to use manual tools Drivers License &  own reliable transport would be an advantage Benefits of doing your apprenticeship with ECA: Long term career prospects for the right candidate You will have a dedicated Field Officer assigned for full mentoring & support during your Apprenticeship as well as a full team of staff overseeing your apprenticeship, ensuring you only need to focus on your work and college. Genuine support for your personal wellbeing including access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) ECA has a large network of Host Employers looking to host enthusiastic apprentices and help them become trade qualified _________________________________________________________________________________________ Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note: Applicants must be Australian citizens, permanent residents, or hold a visa that allows them to work in Australia Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview**
3579
Caloundra, QLD 4551
Painter
10/07/2024
Apply now for a Painting & Decorating Apprenticeship with East Coast Apprenticeships! We are currently seeking a motivated and enthusiastic individual to join our team as a Painting Apprentice. As a Painting Apprentice, you will be placed with one of our host employers and work alongside experienced painters to learn the skills and techniques required to become a qualified painter!   As an Apprentice Painter & Decorator with ECA: You can expect to work full-time, 40 hours per week + the opportunity to accrue an RDO each month. Apprenticeship duration: 4 years you will have the opportunity to become trade qualified and earn your Certificate III in Painting and Decorating We are committed to creating an inclusive and diverse work environment and strongly encourage applications from both men and women seeking an opportunity to build a career in the painting industry. 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th year candidates are encouraged to apply With the support of qualified tradespeople, you will be: Assisting experienced painters with surface preparation tasks, such as sanding, filling cracks, and cleaning surfaces. Learning and applying proper painting techniques, including brushwork, roller application, and spray painting. Mixing and matching paint colours accurately according to project requirements. Applying primers, undercoats, and paint coats to surfaces with precision and attention to detail. Assisting with wallpapering tasks, including measuring, cutting, and hanging wallpaper. Cleaning and maintaining painting tools, equipment, and work areas. Adhering to health and safety regulations and using PPE. Assisting with decorative finishes, such as faux painting, stencilling, or special effects. Interacting with clients in a professional and courteous manner, understanding their requirements and ensuring customer satisfaction. Participating in off-site training programs and courses to enhance skills and knowledge in the painting trade. Continuously learning and developing skills under the guidance of experienced professionals. Any other tasks requested by the host employer Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Genuine interest and enthusiasm for the painting and decorating trade Must hold a White Card or able to obtain ASAP Hold (or close to obtaining) a current Drivers License and have own reliable transport Work Experience within the construction industry is highly desirable Must be physically fit Be a perfectionist with an eye for the finer details Be reliable, resilient, motivated and able to work in a fast-paced environment Able to take direction Ability to work well in a team and take direction from others As an apprentice with ECA, you will enjoy a range of benefits, including: Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances Paid TAFE block periods + Work shirts provided + Safety Equipment Long-term career prospects for the right candidate A dedicated Field Officer assigned for full mentoring and support during your apprenticeship, as well as a full team of staff overseeing your apprenticeship, ensuring you only need to focus on your work and college Genuine support for your personal wellbeing, including access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) A large network of Host Employers looking to host enthusiastic apprentices and help them become trade qualified Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia.   At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page
3576
Taigum, QLD 4018
Painter
08/07/2024
Apply now for a Painting & Decorating Apprenticeship with East Coast Apprenticeships! We are currently seeking a motivated and enthusiastic individual to join our team as a Painting Apprentice. As a Painting Apprentice, you will be placed with one of our host employers and work alongside experienced painters to learn the skills and techniques required to become a qualified painter.   As an Apprentice Painter & Decorator with ECA: You can expect to work full-time, 40 hours per week + the opportunity to accrue an RDO each month. Apprenticeship duration: 4 years you will have the opportunity to become trade qualified and earn your Certificate III in Painting and Decorating We are committed to creating an inclusive and diverse work environment and strongly encourage applications from both men and women seeking an opportunity to build a career in the painting industry. 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th year candidates are encouraged to apply With the support of qualified tradespeople, you will be: Assisting experienced painters with surface preparation tasks, such as sanding, filling cracks, and cleaning surfaces. Learning and applying proper painting techniques, including brushwork, roller application, and spray painting. Mixing and matching paint colours accurately according to project requirements. Applying primers, undercoats, and paint coats to surfaces with precision and attention to detail. Assisting with wallpapering tasks, including measuring, cutting, and hanging wallpaper. Cleaning and maintaining painting tools, equipment, and work areas. Adhering to health and safety regulations and using PPE. Assisting with decorative finishes, such as faux painting, stencilling, or special effects. Interacting with clients in a professional and courteous manner, understanding their requirements and ensuring customer satisfaction. Participating in off-site training programs and courses to enhance skills and knowledge in the painting trade. Continuously learning and developing skills under the guidance of experienced professionals. Any other tasks requested by the host employer Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Genuine interest and enthusiasm for the painting and decorating trade Must hold a White Card or able to obtain ASAP Hold (or close to obtaining) a current Drivers License and have own reliable transport Work Experience within the construction industry is highly desirable Must be physically fit Be a perfectionist with an eye for the finer details Be reliable, resilient, motivated and able to work in a fast-paced environment Able to take direction Ability to work well in a team and take direction from others As an apprentice with ECA, you will enjoy a range of benefits, including: Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances Paid TAFE block periods + Work shirts provided + Safety Equipment Long-term career prospects for the right candidate A dedicated Field Officer assigned for full mentoring and support during your apprenticeship, as well as a full team of staff overseeing your apprenticeship, ensuring you only need to focus on your work and college Genuine support for your personal wellbeing, including access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) A large network of Host Employers looking to host enthusiastic apprentices and help them become trade qualified Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia.   At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page
3575
Mitchelton, QLD 4053
Painter
08/07/2024
Apply now for a Painting & Decorating Apprenticeship with East Coast Apprenticeships! We are currently seeking a motivated and enthusiastic individual to join our team as a Painting Apprentice. As a Painting Apprentice, you will be placed with one of our host employers and work alongside experienced painters to learn the skills and techniques required to become a qualified painter.   As an Apprentice Painter & Decorator with ECA: You can expect to work full-time, 40 hours per week + the opportunity to accrue an RDO each month. Apprenticeship duration: 4 years you will have the opportunity to become trade qualified and earn your Certificate III in Painting and Decorating We are committed to creating an inclusive and diverse work environment and strongly encourage applications from both men and women seeking an opportunity to build a career in the painting industry. 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th year candidates are encouraged to apply With the support of qualified tradespeople, you will be: Assisting experienced painters with surface preparation tasks, such as sanding, filling cracks, and cleaning surfaces. Learning and applying proper painting techniques, including brushwork, roller application, and spray painting. Mixing and matching paint colours accurately according to project requirements. Applying primers, undercoats, and paint coats to surfaces with precision and attention to detail. Assisting with wallpapering tasks, including measuring, cutting, and hanging wallpaper. Cleaning and maintaining painting tools, equipment, and work areas. Adhering to health and safety regulations and using PPE. Assisting with decorative finishes, such as faux painting, stencilling, or special effects. Interacting with clients in a professional and courteous manner, understanding their requirements and ensuring customer satisfaction. Participating in off-site training programs and courses to enhance skills and knowledge in the painting trade. Continuously learning and developing skills under the guidance of experienced professionals. Any other tasks requested by the host employer Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Genuine interest and enthusiasm for the painting and decorating trade Must hold a White Card or able to obtain ASAP Hold (or close to obtaining) a current Drivers License and have own reliable transport Work Experience within the construction industry is highly desirable Must be physically fit Be a perfectionist with an eye for the finer details Be reliable, resilient, motivated and able to work in a fast-paced environment Able to take direction Ability to work well in a team and take direction from others As an apprentice with ECA, you will enjoy a range of benefits, including: Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances Paid TAFE block periods + Work shirts provided + Safety Equipment Long-term career prospects for the right candidate A dedicated Field Officer assigned for full mentoring and support during your apprenticeship, as well as a full team of staff overseeing your apprenticeship, ensuring you only need to focus on your work and college Genuine support for your personal wellbeing, including access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) A large network of Host Employers looking to host enthusiastic apprentices and help them become trade qualified Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia.   At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page
3574
Zillmere, QLD 4034
Floor & Wall Tiler
08/07/2024
Apply now for a Tiling Apprenticeship with East Coast Apprenticeships! We're on the hunt for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join our team as an Apprentice Tiler! If you have a passion for creating beautiful spaces and are eager to learn the art of tiling, this could be the perfect opportunity for you! As an Apprentice Tiler with ECA: You'll be stepping into a dynamic learning environment. You’ll be placed with one of our host employers and guided through the intricacies of the trade, teaching you the tricks of the tiling trade that have been passed down through generations. You'll have hands-on opportunities to work on real projects, gaining valuable skills and experience. You can expect to work full-time, 40 hours per week + the opportunity to accrue an RDO each month. Apprenticeship duration: 4 years You will have the opportunity to become trade qualified and earn your Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling We are committed to creating an inclusive and diverse work environment and strongly encourage applications from both men and women seeking an opportunity to build a career in the tiling industry. 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th year candidates are encouraged to apply As a Tiling apprentice, you can expect to: Assist in preparing surfaces for tiling, including cleaning and leveling. Learn to cut, shape, and lay tiles accurately to achieve desired patterns and designs. Assist in the application of adhesives, grout, and sealants. Observe safety practices and guidelines to ensure a secure working environment. Collaborate with the team to deliver exceptional tiling projects. Be proactive in seeking knowledge and improvement in tiling techniques. Any other tasks requested by the host employer Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Genuine interest and enthusiasm for the Tiling trade Must hold a White Card or able to obtain ASAP Hold (or close to obtaining) a current Drivers License and have own reliable transport Work Experience within the construction industry is highly desirable Must be physically fit Be a perfectionist with an eye for the finer details Be reliable, resilient, motivated and able to work in a fast-paced environment Able to take direction Ability to work well in a team and take direction from others As an apprentice with ECA, you will enjoy a range of benefits, including: Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances Paid TAFE block periods + Work shirts provided + Safety Equipment Long-term career prospects for the right candidate A dedicated Field Officer assigned for full mentoring and support during your apprenticeship, as well as a full team of staff overseeing your apprenticeship, ensuring you only need to focus on your work and college Genuine support for your personal wellbeing, including access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) A large network of Host Employers looking to host enthusiastic apprentices and help them become trade qualified Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary   Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia. Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview**  
3573
Nundah, QLD 4012
Floor & Wall Tiler
08/07/2024
Apply now for a Tiling Apprenticeship with East Coast Apprenticeships! We're on the hunt for an enthusiastic and motivated individual to join our team as an Apprentice Tiler! If you have a passion for creating beautiful spaces and are eager to learn the art of tiling, this could be the perfect opportunity for you! As an Apprentice Tiler with ECA: You'll be stepping into a dynamic learning environment. You’ll be placed with one of our host employers and guided through the intricacies of the trade, teaching you the tricks of the tiling trade that have been passed down through generations. You'll have hands-on opportunities to work on real projects, gaining valuable skills and experience. You can expect to work full-time, 40 hours per week + the opportunity to accrue an RDO each month. Apprenticeship duration: 4 years You will have the opportunity to become trade qualified and earn your Certificate III in Wall and Floor Tiling We are committed to creating an inclusive and diverse work environment and strongly encourage applications from both men and women seeking an opportunity to build a career in the tiling industry. 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th year candidates are encouraged to apply As a Tiling apprentice, you can expect to: Assist in preparing surfaces for tiling, including cleaning and leveling. Learn to cut, shape, and lay tiles accurately to achieve desired patterns and designs. Assist in the application of adhesives, grout, and sealants. Observe safety practices and guidelines to ensure a secure working environment. Collaborate with the team to deliver exceptional tiling projects. Be proactive in seeking knowledge and improvement in tiling techniques. Any other tasks requested by the host employer Applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: Genuine interest and enthusiasm for the Tiling trade Must hold a White Card or able to obtain ASAP Hold (or close to obtaining) a current Drivers License and have own reliable transport Work Experience within the construction industry is highly desirable Must be physically fit Be a perfectionist with an eye for the finer details Be reliable, resilient, motivated and able to work in a fast-paced environment Able to take direction Ability to work well in a team and take direction from others As an apprentice with ECA, you will enjoy a range of benefits, including: Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances Paid TAFE block periods + Work shirts provided + Safety Equipment Long-term career prospects for the right candidate A dedicated Field Officer assigned for full mentoring and support during your apprenticeship, as well as a full team of staff overseeing your apprenticeship, ensuring you only need to focus on your work and college Genuine support for your personal wellbeing, including access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) A large network of Host Employers looking to host enthusiastic apprentices and help them become trade qualified Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary   Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia. Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview**  
3572
Hendra, QLD 4011
Fibrous Plasterer
08/07/2024
Apply now for a Fibrous Plasterer Apprenticeship with East Coast Apprenticeships! We're on the lookout for a passionate and driven individual to join our team as a Plastering Apprentice. This is your chance to dive into the plastering trade, working alongside seasoned pros to master the skills and techniques that make a top-notch qualified plasterer.   As an Apprentice Plasterer with ECA: You can expect to work full-time, 40 hours per week + the opportunity to accrue an RDO each month. Become trade qualified and earn your Certificate III in Wall and Ceiling Lining. Apprenticeship duration: 4 years As a plastering apprentice, you'll be engaged in a variety of tasks, including: Installing plasterboard on walls and ceilings, ensuring precise placement. Fixing standard plasterboard sheets on walls and ceilings, securing them effectively. Reading and interpreting plans to execute tasks accurately. Achieving seamless finishes on plasterboard joins for a polished look. Cutting and installing cornices to enhance the aesthetic appeal. Planning plasterboard layout, incorporating insulation and vapour barriers. Measuring, marking, cutting, and installing plasterboard panels securely. Attaching pre-cast plaster fittings such as cornices, ceiling centres, and more. Expertly covering joins and nail holes with wet plaster and sealing compounds. Mixing and applying plaster, cement, and render using trowels for uniform coats. Applying and finishing specialised materials like acoustic, insulating, and fireproofing compounds. To excel as an apprentice, applicants will ideally meet the following criteria: A genuine passion for learning the ins and outs of plastering. Attention to Detail and problem-solving capabilities Physical Stamina: Apprenticeship requires lifting, positioning, and hands-on work. Team Player: Collaboration with experienced plasterers and fellow apprentices. Willingness to learn from mentors and adapt to different tasks. Basic Math Skills: Necessary for measurements and calculations. Safety Awareness:. Solid communication skills and reliability Must hold a Construction White Card or able to obtain at short notice Hold a current Australian Drivers License (Minimum Provisional) & have own reliable transport As an apprentice with ECA, you will enjoy a range of benefits, including: Award wages (paid fortnightly) + Super + Holiday Leave Loading + Allowances Paid TAFE block periods + Work shirts provided + Safety Equipment Long-term career prospects for the right candidate A dedicated Field Officer assigned for full mentoring and support during your apprenticeship, as well as a full team of staff overseeing your apprenticeship, ensuring you only need to focus on your work and college Genuine support for your personal wellbeing, including access to our Employee Assistance Program (EAP) A large network of Host Employers looking to host enthusiastic apprentices and help them become trade qualified Modern Award rates apply Access the PACT Calculator via Fairwork Website to help you understand your hourly rate. The PACT calculator can be found at https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/CheckPay/Summary Please note, to be eligible you must be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or hold a valid visa that allows you to work and undertake training in Australia.   At East Coast Apprenticeships, we are committed to building a diverse and inclusive workforce. We encourage applications from individuals of all backgrounds. **Successful applicants will be contacted for an interview** Keep up to date with vacancies on our Facebook page