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Apprentice Fitter and Machinist, Naval Base, Western Australia

Created 08/17/2021
Reference R0003886
Category Production & Skilled Trades
Job type Entry Level
Country Australia
State Western Australia
City Naval Base
Job Description Summary
Job Description Summary
Mechanic: Industrial Machinery work focuses on installing, repairing, maintaining, dismantling, and moving large and/or complex stationary manufacturing equipment including: . Leveling, aligning and installing industrial machinery (e.g., conveyors, tram rails, engines, turbines, production equipment, etc.) on foundations/base plates using hand and power tools . Dismantling/moving machinery/equipment using hammers, wrenches, crowbars, hoists, dollies, rollers, and trucks . Determining and performing required maintenance (cleaning, lubricating, aligning/adjusting parts, calibrating, etc.) . Testing, troubleshooting, and repairing machines and equipment and ordering/installing replacement parts An Entry Para-Professional (S1) is an entry-level position typically requiring little to no prior knowledge or experience. . Work is routine or follows standard procedures. . Work is closely supervised. . Communicates information that requires little explanation or interpretation.
Job Description
Job Description

Apprenticeship – Fitter and Machinist

About the company

H-E Parts Engineering are a part of the HE Parts International group.  We provide all machining services for Mining, Oil and Gas and a variety of other commercial customers. Over the last 30 years, we have built a reputation of a consistently high level of service.

Are you looking to kick start your career in a trade? A fantastic opportunity is available for an Apprentice Fitter and Machinist. We are looking to hear from motivated individuals that have a passion for the mechanical industry, have a strong commitment to safety and the ability to work as part of a team.

What we are offering

  • Nationally Accredited Training
  • Hands-on experience with a globally recognised company
  • Ongoing coaching, mentoring and support to complete a Certificate III in Engineering - Mechanical Trade

Working as an Apprentice you will be exposed to a variety of tasks which may include

  • Under Supervision, learning the skills to be part of the Workshop team
  • Fault finding and resolving mechanical issues (repairs, removals, installations)
  • Assemble, fit, clean and lubricate machined parts using a range of tools and equipment
  • Study blueprints and use measuring instruments to shape parts to be machined

To be considered you must have the following

  • Intellectually capable, can substantiate the ability to apply theory in a particular context;
  • Able to demonstrate team working skills;
  • Enthusiastic, conscientious and keen to learn;
  • A strong work ethic which means you will be reliable, punctual and honest and committed to completing your trade qualification
  • Completed Year 10 Education
  • Current Drivers Licence and reliable transport

The successful applicants will be entering into a 4-year training contract. You will receive full ‘on the job’ and TAFE training as well as guidance and mentoring from qualified trades personnel.

Candidates who have completed a pre-apprentice course and /or are part way through an apprenticeship in the same field will be highly regarded.

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