Traineeships for NSW to improve transport in the bush

Applications are open for more than 5o new traineeships to help improve transport and road connectivity in the bush.

The New South Wales Government is starting recruitment for apprentice and trainee position in regional and outer metropolitan communities.

Minister for Regional Transport and Roads Paul Toole said the drive aims to deliver more jobs across the regions in NSW.

“This is one of Transport for NSW’s largest annual recruitment drives with opportunities available in communities across NSW including Tamworth, Narrabri, Grafton, Hay, Broken Hill and Bega,” he said.

“Apprenticeships and traineeships are the perfect way to kick-start a career with hands-on, practical experience in a dynamic environment with exposure to high-profile projects with industry experts from day one.”

The opportunity is open to anyone from school leavers to people re-entering the workforce.

Mr. Toole said a range of roles were available from construction through to business support.

“Transport for NSW is looking for eager candidates to fill roles within business services, civil construction, line marking, bridge carpentry, heavy-vehicle plant mechanics, and in electrical work,” Mr. Toole said.

Applications are now open and close on Sunday, 18 August 2019.

Successful candidates will start a career with Transport for NSW on January 13, 2020.


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