From information technology to diesel fitting and business administration, there are multiple exciting apprentice and trainee positions now up for grabs with the Central Highlands Regional Council for 2022.
The annual apprentice and trainee program is co-funded by the Department of Education and Training’s Skilling Queenslanders for Work First Start initiative.
‘Whether you are fresh out of school, looking to re-enter the workforce or just wanting to expand your skillset, these positions are an opportunity to embark on a fulfilling career with local government,’ Acting CEO Michael Parker said.
‘Council is a unique employer. A career in local government offers hundreds of diverse roles equipping you with transferable skills that could take you anywhere across Australia.
‘Once you’re employed with us, we want to keep you, so we also offer a range of great employee benefits including health and wellbeing, lifestyle through to pay and other perks.’
Mr Parker said the successful applicants would earn while they learn, gaining a nationally recognised qualification in their field.
Find out more here or contact council to speak to a training and development officer on 1300 242 686.
Applications close at 8.00 am on Friday 5 November.