Commencing January 2022, Ausgrid is offering Apprenticeships in the fields of Line Worker, Cable Jointer and Electrician across the Sydney and Hunter regions of New South Wales.
Ausgrid is the largest distributor of electricity on Australia’s east coast, providing power to over four million Australians every day. Our network is made up of substations, powerlines, underground cables and power poles, spanning 22,275 square kilometres throughout Sydney, the Central Coast and the Hunter Valley.
As an apprentice, you will learn new skills through a mix of theory and practical coursework, learn to:
In addition, you will receive paid leave to attend training with a Registered Training Organisation. Once you have successfully completed the apprenticeship you will become trade qualified either as a line worker, cable jointer or licensed electrician.
This apprenticeship is for anyone who is good at problem solving and with an aptitude for maths.
The Ausgrid Bright Spark Apprentice Program is a supportive steppingstone for success and preparation for a valuable hands-on career.
Attractive salary - earn while you learn on the job and formally through a RTO.
Receive a nationally recognised qualification
We are seeking diverse and talented candidates. You could be a school leaver or have already commenced an electrical apprenticeship.
Once you have registered your interest, our recruitment process will commence in December 2021.
To be considered, applicants will need to:
All appointments will be subject to:
Applications close: 12 December 2021.
To deliver the best possible service to our customers we strive towards a workforce that reflects the diverse community that we serve. Ausgrid is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workforce and we encourage applications from women, people from culturally diverse backgrounds, people with disabilities and Indigenous Australians.
Ausgrid is an Equal Opportunity employer and is committed to environmental excellence.
If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com.