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Outdoor Power Equipment Traineeship

291
Albury, NSW 2640
Automotive
29/10/2021
The Company Based in East Albury, this opportunity is with a reputable family owned business that have been leading small engine specialists in the area for the last 20 years.  With a great team culture, this role will be suitable for a candidate seeking a positive and lively team environment.    The Position Throughout the duration of your traineeship, you will earn while you learn, get continuous mentoring, and full training. This role will mainly see you based in the workshop, working with lawn mowers, chainsaws, brush cutters, generators, post hold diggers, pumps, and other similar engines/motors. Typical duties include but will not be limited to:  Small engine maintenance, service, and repairs General workshop duties Diagnostics of faults and troubleshooting Preparing relevant documentation Use of specialised equipment and tools   How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Traineeship.   What do I need to do to be successful? Ideally you will have undertaken either a work placement in the small engine and/or automotive industry or have undertaken a VET or VCAL program at school or pre-apprenticeship, however above all, you will have a genuine interest and knowledge of the industry, be 100% committed to the entire duration of your apprenticeship, and be ready to hit the ground running.  You will have a genuine interest in all things mechanical, strong problem-solving skills, a reliable work ethic and an eye for detail. A current drivers licence is advantageous as will high mechanical aptitude, the ability to work Monday – Friday and some Saturdays also.   What is an Apprenticeship/Traineeship? An Apprenticeship/Traineeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Outdoor Power Equipment Technology. Apprenticeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 2-4 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. An Apprenticeship/Traineeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity for someone wanting to get trade qualified ‘earning while they learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your apprenticeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing an Apprenticeship/Traineeship? As an Apprentice, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 2-4 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for an Apprenticeship/Traineeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into TAFE and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here

2nd or 3rd Year CNC Machinist Apprenticeship

290
Wodonga, VIC 3690
Engineering
30/10/2021
The Company Our client is Australia’s single source supplier for fluid power and fluid connectors. This well-established company acknowledges success and is known for having a supportive work culture. An opportunity has now arisen to take on a motivated 2nd or 3rd year apprentice who will have the opportunity to become a qualified CNC Machinist and complete their Certificate III in Engineering.   The Position Do you have an eye for detail and work best with your hands? Do you enjoy working with metal and find yourself picturing how things are made and what you would do differently? Are you wanting a career and not just a job? A Certificate III in Engineering might just be for you. This position requires the set-up and operation of CNC machines to perform precision metal cutting. The ideal candidate will develop a good understanding of CNC programs, have the ability to read and interpret technical drawings and specifications while using precision measuring instruments and applying shop mathematics in a team setting.   How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education, including any previous qualifications (be up to date with TAFE transcripts)  as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Apprenticeship.   What do I need to do to be successful? Ideally you will be in your 2nd or 3rd year of a Certificate III in Engineering with a genuine interest in the industry, be 100% committed to the entire duration of your apprenticeship, and be ready to hit the ground running.  You will have a great work ethic, have a strong attention to detail, have good safety awareness, be physically fit and have reliable transport.   What is an Apprenticeship? An Apprenticeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Engineering. Apprenticeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 3-4 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. An Apprenticeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity for someone wanting to get trade qualified ‘earning while they learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your apprenticeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing an Apprenticeship? As an Apprentice, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 3-4 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for an Apprenticeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into TAFE and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted. **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

1st year Electrical Apprenticeship

289
Lavington, NSW 2641
Electrical
22/10/2021
The Company Based in Albury, our client is a well established and very busy Electrical company. An exciting opportunity has now arisen to take on a motivated individual to complete an Electrical Apprenticeship. Working mostly in the domestic and new homes environment, you will be supported and mentored by exceptional tradesmen.    The Position This role is predominantly working in new homes and domestic spaces. You will be trained by exceptional qualified tradesmen in a positive team environment.  Click here for a general job description.   How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Apprenticeship.   What do I need to do to be successful? Ideally, you will have undertaken either a work placement in the Electrical industry or have undertaken a VET or VCAL program at school or pre-apprenticeship, however above all, you will have a genuine interest and knowledge of the industry, be 100% committed to the entire duration of your apprenticeship, and be ready to hit the ground running.  You will have a great work ethic, be physically fit and have reliable transport/your own car/drivers licence.   What is an Apprenticeship? An Apprenticeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Electrotechnology. Apprenticeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 3-4 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. An Apprenticeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity for someone wanting to get trade qualified ‘earning while they learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your apprenticeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing an Apprenticeship? As an Apprentice, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 3-4 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for an Apprenticeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into TAFE and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

Labourer

288
Wodonga, VIC 3690
Labouring
29/10/2021
Kestrel Recruitment is a local Recruitment and Group Training Organisation specialising in placing candidates with our clients across North East Victoria and Southern NSW within both the white and blue-collar sectors. Dedicated to ensuring an outstanding choice of land across the local area, our client is a privately owned land development company in Wodonga. An opportunity has now arisen for labourers to join their team on a full time basis.   About the Role This is a varied role where you will be assisting with the construction of concrete works to the installation of underground electrical infrastructure. Your duties will include but not be limited to: Assisting with the construction of onsite concrete works including kerb & gutters, footpaths, manholes, drainage pits and retaining walls. Assisting with the installation of water mains, drainage, sewage, underground electricity and communication conduits. Assisting technical staff with the construction and connection of new electricity infrastructure. Assisting plant operators with excavation and back filling of cable trenches and pits. Installing underground pipes and assisting with pulling through power cables. Operating and maintaining power tools Assisting with the construction and maintenance of roads and pathways. Observing and adhering to effective WHS practices.   About you The successful candidate we seek will be a self-motivated and independent individual with the capacity to work unsupervised. They will exhibit good communication skills and problem solving skills within a changing environment.  Additionally, they must have a high level of physical and a love for working outdoors. You will also be required to have: White card Drivers’ Licence (Heavy Vehicle Licence desirable but not essential)   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here

Plant Operator

287
Wodonga, VIC 3690
Civil Construction
31/10/2021
Kestrel Recruitment is a local Recruitment and Group Training Organisation specialising in placing candidates with our clients across North East Victoria and Southern NSW within both the white and blue-collar sectors. Dedicated to ensuring an outstanding choice of land across the local area, our client is a privately owned land development company in Wodonga. An opportunity has now arisen for plant operators to join their dynamic team on a full time basis.   About the role Your duties will include but not be limited to: Carrying out day-to-day operation of various vehicles and equipment in a variety of situations Maintaining the plant in a reliable, tidy and safe manner, including minor maintenance such as refuelling, cleaning lubrication and greasing, and advising repair and maintenance needs to the workshop Working from drawings and specifications under the direction of supervisors Excavating, back filling, levelling and moving earth and other materials Completing accurate time sheets with daily plant checklists and other work-related documentation Ensuring safe work practices by reading and following WHS requirements for your area of work Complying with all company procedures, processes and code of conduct   About you The successful candidate will need to have great communication skills and must work well in a team environment. You must be a self-motivated individual who is willing to work independently with little supervision. As the role involves performing manual tasks including general construction and machine operation, you must also be physically fit and alert to the required safe work practices of your worksite. You will also be required to have: White card Drivers’ licence (heavy vehicle desirable but not essential) Relevant earthmoving competencies (excavator, front end loader, backhoe, skid steer, dozer)   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

Apprentice Plasterer

286
Wangaratta, VIC 3677
Plastering
31/10/2021
The Company Based in one of the most vibrant and sought after locations in Victoria, Wangaratta has it all! From easy access to the mountains in winter for snow and skiing to a short drive to the majestic Murray river which offers water skiing, fishing or just a relaxing wine or beer in the shade of a tree on the banks of the river. With historic towns to explore such as Beechworth and Rutherglen, Wangaratta is the jewel of Victoria.  Our client is a very well respected, professional and established company that works on high end residential housing and also does some commercial building work. Due to their continuing growth, an opportunity has now arisen to take on a motivated and proactive individual to complete an Apprenticeship in Wall and Ceiling Lining.   The Position This is a career-start opportunity leading to an industry recognised qualification with the opportunity to develop your skills on the job in a team environment. The successful candidate will be trained in all aspects of ceiling and wall plastering with your duties including: Fixing and setting Cornice handling White setting Erecting and dismantling scaffolding Cleaning and maintaining tools Safe work practices Creating mortar mix for perfect applications   How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Apprenticeship.   What do I need to do to be successful? Ideally you will have undertaken either a work placement in the Plastering industry or have undertaken a VET or VCAL program at school or a pre-apprenticeship, however above all, you will have a genuine interest and knowledge of the industry, be 100% committed to the entire duration of your apprenticeship, and be ready to hit the ground running.  You will be reliable, honest, and trustworthy. You must be able to understand and act on instructions, have an eye for detail and work well both individually and as part of a team. You will have a great work ethic, be physically fit and have reliable transport/your own car/drivers licence.   What is an Apprenticeship? An Apprenticeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Wall and Ceiling Lining. Apprenticeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 3-4 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. An Apprenticeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity for someone wanting to get trade qualified ‘earning while they learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your apprenticeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing an Apprenticeship? As an Apprentice, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 3-4 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for an Apprenticeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into TAFE and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

Apprentice Carpenter

285
Kialla, VIC 3631
Building & Construction / Carpentry / Cabinetry
01/11/2021
The Company Based in Shepparton and servicing the North East of Victoria, our client is a very well respected and trusted construction business, where the opportunity has now arisen to take on a motivated and proactive individual to complete an Apprenticeship in Carpentry. If you like using your hands, enjoy a challenge and take pride in your work, then this is the position for you! Click here for a general job description.   The Position This is a career-start opportunity leading to an industry recognised qualification with the opportunity to develop your skills on the job in a team environment. The successful candidate will be trained in all Carpentry skills with your duties including but not limited to: Assisting with the assembling and construction of frame work Regular use of hand and power tools Reading and understanding building plans Assisting other tradesmen Maintaining cleanliness around work site Reading and understanding a tape measure   How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Apprenticeship.   What do I need to do to be successful? Ideally you will have undertaken either a work placement in the Building & Construction industry or have undertaken a VET or VCAL program at school or pre-apprenticeship, however above all, you will have a genuine interest and knowledge of the industry, be 100% committed to the entire duration of your apprenticeship, and be ready to hit the ground running.  The successful candidate we seek will have a strong work ethic, will be prepared to listen and learn and must have patience and good communication skills. They must also thrive on a challenge and be prepared to work both inside and out.   What is an Apprenticeship? An Apprenticeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Carpentry. Apprenticeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 3-4 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. An Apprenticeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity for someone wanting to get trade qualified ‘earning while they learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your apprenticeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing an Apprenticeship? As an Apprentice, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 3-4 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for an Apprenticeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into TAFE and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

Expression of Interest - Heavy Vehicle Mechanic Apprentice

284
Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650
Automotive
15/10/2021
The Company Kestrel Recruitment is currently seeking Expressions of Interest for individuals looking to commence a Heavy Vehicle Apprenticeship as well as out of trade 2nd or 3rd year Apprentices looking to get back into the trade. We are currently working with a number of local businesses in and around the Wagga Wagga region ranging from small one man bands through to large companies working on large scale fleets. This role would be perfectly suited for a candidates who are seeking a tight knit team that is very supportive and will make getting through your apprenticeship a blast! Click here for a general job description.   The Position This is a fantastic opportunity to gain on site experience while working towards a Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology. You will learn to repair, maintain and replace parts and become a trade qualified heavy diesel mechanic. Through a mix of theory and practical coursework, you will learn to: Identify charging systems, starting systems and electrical systems Manage ignition engines and other systems Diagnose brake, steering and suspension systems Repair clutches, transmissions and drivelines   How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Apprenticeship.   What do I need to do to be successful? Ideally you will have undertaken either a work placement in the Automotive industry or have undertaken a VET or VCAL program at school or pre-apprenticeship, however above all, you will have a genuine interest and knowledge of the industry, be 100% committed to the entire duration of your apprenticeship, and be ready to hit the ground running.  You will have a great work ethic, be physically fit and have reliable transport/your own car/drivers licence.   What is an Apprenticeship? An Apprenticeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Heavy Commercial Vehicle Mechanical Technology. Apprenticeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 3-4 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. An Apprenticeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity for someone wanting to get trade qualified ‘earning while they learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your apprenticeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing an Apprenticeship? As an Apprentice, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 3-4 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for an Apprenticeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into TAFE and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

1st Year Automotive Apprentice

283
Wodonga, VIC 3690
Automotive
01/10/2021
The Company Based in Wodonga, this company has been an established leader in the Automotive Repair industry for the past 30 years. Our client is now seeking a 1st Year Automotive Apprentice with an eye for detail to join their close-knit mechanical team. With a great team culture, this role will be suited for a candidate seeking a positive and lively team environment. Click here for a general job description.   The Position An extremely busy workshop with a great team of mechanics behind them, our client is looking to employ a 1st Year Automotive Mechanic Apprentice to keep up with customer demand whilst completing their Certificate III in Automotive.  As a member of this team, you will have the opportunity to learn from very skilled mechanics with over 25 years of experience in the trade.  Here, your daily duties will include but not be limited to: Assisting current mechanics with servicing and repairs Eventually, completing your own work on vehicles under sufficient guidance Ensuring a clean and safe workshop.    How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Apprenticeship.   What do I need to do to be successful? Ideally, you will have undertaken either a work placement in the Automotive industry or have undertaken a VET or VCAL program at school or pre-apprenticeship, however above all, you will have a genuine interest and knowledge of the industry, be 100% committed to the entire duration of your apprenticeship, and be ready to hit the ground running.  To be a successful candidate, you will also need to have: An honest and reliable work ethic Excellent communication skills A willingness to learn and the ability to take instructions Reliable transportation is essential and a current manual driver licence would be advantageous   What is an Apprenticeship? An Apprenticeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards Certificate III in Automotive. Apprenticeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 3-4 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. An Apprenticeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity for someone wanting to get trade qualified ‘earning while they learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your apprenticeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing an Apprenticeship? As an Apprentice, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 3-4 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for an Apprenticeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into TAFE and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

1st Year Electrical Apprentices - Watters Electrical

282
Albury, NSW 2640
Electrical
14/10/2021
1st Year Electrical Apprentices Wanted Watters, one of our highly respected Host Employers are looking to take on multiple Electrical Apprentices.  To be successful, you must be passionate about gaining an electrical apprenticeship, have a white card,  a great work ethic and good communication and maths skills. A driver's licence is preferable. You may be working in any or all of these areas:  Commercial, Industrial, Solar, Service/Domestic To apply please follow the prompts below.    Previously shortlisted candidates are still in consideration for these apprenticeships.     Watters The Power To Do More

Expression of Interest - IT Trainee at Corryong College

281
Corryong, VIC 3707
Information Technology
13/10/2021
The Company Based in Corryong, our client is seeking expressions of interest for an Information Technology Trainee. This Traineeship is an ideal start for a recent school leaver seeking a career in information technology. The position, based at Corryong College will see you working within a supportive team environment, where you will provide IT services across all areas and years. If successful you will gain IT knowledge, practical work experience, and professional connections to help you accelerate your future career in IT! Click here for a general job description   The Position You will provide support in IT services across all areas and years. This will include a particular focus on building the IT capability of students and staff in the use of systems to support their learning.  The position is the perfect opportunity to start your career in information technology by working and studying.   Your duties will include but not be limited to:  Delivering excellent customer service to a range of diverse stakeholders  Confidently providing IT advice to students, teachers, parents and other organisation. Building skills of students and staff in their daily use of softwares and other equipment Maintaining confidentiality   How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Traineeship.    What do I need to do to be successful? To be successful, you will be a self-motivated individual fully committed to the entire duration of your Traineeship. You will be well spoken and presented, have excellent judgment and be able to communicate verbally in a confident manner.  Please note you must have reliable transportation to and from work.   What is a Traineeship? A Traineeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Information Technology. Traineeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 1-2 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. A Traineeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity to undertake a formal qualification ‘earning while you learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your traineeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing a Traineeship? As a Trainee, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 1-2 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for a Traineeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into the RTO and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

Expression of Interest - Education Support Trainee at Corryong College

280
Corryong, VIC 3707
Education
13/10/2021
The Company Based in Corryong, our client is seeking expressions of interest for an Education Support Trainee. Corryong College is a P-12 College of 325 students located in the far north-east of Victoria, within the Shire of Towong. The college has a Junior Campus for Year Prep to 6 students and a Senior Campus for Year 7 to 12 students. They provide a comprehensive program for students from Years P-12, taught by an experienced and professional staff of approximately forty teachers and another 15 support staff. Click here for a general job description   The Position This Traineeship is an ideal start for a recent school leaver seeking a career in education. The successful candidate will work across various areas and groups of students, assisting with the preparation of teaching aids and resources as well as preparing and assisting in learning activities. You will need to have a passion for working with young people and helping them develop.    How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Traineeship.    What do I need to do to be successful? To be successful, you will be a self-motivated individual fully committed to the entire duration of your Traineeship. You are well spoken and presented, take pride in your work and ideally have some sort of work experience, whether in retail or hospitality. Naturally, you have a friendly demeanour, a desire to constantly learn, and a 'can do' attitude.    Please note you must have reliable transportation to and from work.   What is a Traineeship? A Traineeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Education Support. Traineeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 1-2 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. A Traineeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity to undertake a formal qualification ‘earning while you learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your traineeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing a Traineeship? As a Trainee, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 1-2 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for a Traineeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into the RTO and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

Expression of Interest - Sport and Recreation Trainee at Corryong College

279
Corryong, VIC 3707
Sport & Recreation
13/10/2021
The Company Based in Corryong, our client is seeking expressions of interest for a Sports and Recreation Trainee. Corryong College is a P-12 College of 325 students located in the far north-east of Victoria, within the Shire of Towong. The college has a Junior Campus for Year Prep to 6 students and a Senior Campus for Year 7 to 12 students. The College provides high quality education in a safe and secure environment, taught by experienced and professional staff of approximately forty teachers and another 15 support staff. Click here for a general job description   The Position The position will assist the Sport Coordinator to promote student and staff involvement in all sporting activities. You will assist in coaching, sport, physical education, and outdoor education classes. You will also attend camps and excursions, maintain equipment and organise activities.   How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Traineeship.    What do I need to do to be successful? To be successful, you will be a self-motivated individual fully committed to the entire duration of your Traineeship. You will enjoy working in a school environment with young people and have a passion for sport and recreation   You will need to have excellent judgment, be able to maintain confidentiality and to communicate verbally in a confident manner. Naturally, you have a friendly demeanour, a desire to constantly learn, and a 'can do' attitude.  Please note you must have reliable transportation to and from work.   What is a Traineeship? A Traineeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Sports and Recreation. Traineeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 1-2 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. A Traineeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity to undertake a formal qualification ‘earning while you learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your traineeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing a Traineeship? As a Trainee, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 1-2 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for a Traineeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into the RTO and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

Gap Year Business Administration Traineeships in NHW Medical Imaging (XRAY) Unit

278
North Wangaratta, VIC 3678
Business Administration
11/10/2021
The Company                                                Kestrel Recruitment is a local Recruitment and Group Training Organisation specialising in placing candidates with our clients across North East Victoria and Southern NSW. Kestrel in conjunction with Northeast Health (NHW) are excited to be offering TWO positions for those who will be commencing a Gap year in 2022. Gap Year Business Administration Traineeships in the NHW Medical imaging (XRAY) Administration Unit (two positions) Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) is a major health provider in the Central Hume region with an extensive range of acute, sub-acute, aged care and community services. They are now seeking to employ TWO dynamic candidates to join their team as a part time business administration trainee, over the course of 12 months, in their Gap Year Program. Please note: we are seeking applicants who are graduating Year 12 in 2021 and will be commencing University studies in a health related course in 2023. This is a part time role where you will be working 40 hours per fortnight. To view a position description please click here.   The Position NHW is supporting local young people interested in a health related tertiary course of study by providing a gap year administrative traineeship role with the Medical Imaging (XRAY) Unit.  As such, this role will entail delivering a high standard of reception and administrative duties for the Medical Imaging (XRAY) Unit at Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) whilst completing a Certificate III in Business. This role will see the successful applicant engaging in the following duties: Providing a high level of administrative skills to support patient needs Professional phone manner Accuracy processing patient’s paperwork Patience and understanding for all patients entering NHW Hospital Strong communication with technicians/radiologists/GPs and surrounding hospitals  Correct MBS billing (following Medicare, Health Insurance Funds, Transport Accident Commission, Workcover, and Overseas billing guidelines) You may be required to work overtime and this could include weekends The successful applicant will enjoy the benefits of a competitive remuneration and full salary packaging benefits that are available to the Victorian Public Health Sector employees.   How do I apply? To apply please submit your most up to date resume and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria described above.  Enquiries can be made with Diane McIntosh via  students@nhw.org.au and applications will close 5pm Monday 11th October 2021.   What do I need to do to be successful? To be successful for this role you must demonstrate a commitment to delivering a positive customer experience, proficiency in Microsoft Office and excellent communication skills. You must also hold the ability to prioritise workloads in a fast paced environment. Experience in the provision of reception, customer service and clerical duties or completion of a Certificate II in Business is desirable but not essential. You must also be prepared to complete and attain: National Police Check Working with Children Check Please be aware, to be successful for this role, you must also provide evidence of deferment from undergraduate tertiary course of study in a health related field with registered Education provider prior to commencement.      What is a Traineeship? A Traineeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Business. Traineeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 1-2 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. A Traineeship is a great opportunity to undertake a formal qualification ‘earning while you learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your traineeship including working for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing a Traineeship? As a Trainee, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 1-2 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for a Traineeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into the RTO and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted. **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

1st Year Roof Plumber

277
Albury, NSW 2640
Plumbing
07/10/2021
The Company Our client is a locally owned and operated Roofing Specialist based in Albury Wodonga. The opportunity has now arisen to take on a motivated and proactive individual to complete an Apprenticeship in roof plumbing.  This is an excellent opportunity to get your career started within the plumbing industry and would ideally suit a school leaver who enjoys working outdoors and loves hands on physical work.  Click here for a general job description.   The Position This position is a career-start opportunity leading to an industry recognised qualification with the opportunity to develop your skills on the job in a team environment.  You will learn all aspects of the roof plumbing trade while working predominantly on new homes as well as a broad range of other building environments. You will work locally in the Albury Wodonga and surrounding areas. This role will have you installing new colour bond roofing, working on facias, gutters, down pipes and laying and cutting roofing steel. Our client will help develop your work skills in a supportive and team based environment.   How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Apprenticeship.   What do I need to do to be successful? Ideally, you will have undertaken either a work placement in the plumbing industry or have undertaken a VET or VCAL program at school or pre-apprenticeship, however above all, you will have a genuine interest and knowledge of the industry, be 100% committed to your apprenticeship, and be ready to hit the ground running.  You will require a good knowledge of mathematics, good communication skills and be able to follow instructions. You must also be confident at heights, be physically fit, have your white card, and have reliable transport.     What is an Apprenticeship? An Apprenticeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Roof Plumbing. Apprenticeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 3-4 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. An Apprenticeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity for someone wanting to get trade qualified ‘earning while they learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your apprenticeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing an Apprenticeship? As an Apprentice, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 3-4 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for an Apprenticeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into TAFE and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here

1st, 2nd or 3rd Year Plastering Apprenticeship

276
Gobbagombalin, NSW 2650
Plastering
07/10/2021
The Company Based in Wagga Wagga, our client is a young and well respected business that prides themselves on high quality work. Due to their fantastic reputation and quality of work, they are looking to expand their business and take on an Apprentice Plasterer. This opportunity is open to those looking to kick off their career as a 1st year apprentice and to 2nd or 3rd apprentices seeking a change.  This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone who wishes to get into Plastering trade and join a young and outgoing team.   The Position We are looking for a hardworking, enthusiastic, reliable and honest individual to complete a Certificate III in Wall and Ceiling Lining. You will be trained to:  Set & skim walls and ceilings Sheet ceilings and walls Frame ceilings and walls Fix ornate and plain cornice Sanding Mixing compounds   How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Apprenticeship.   What do I need to do to be successful? Ideally you will have undertaken either a work placement in the Plastering industry or have undertaken a VET or VCAL program at school or pre-apprenticeship, however above all, you will have a genuine interest and knowledge of the industry, be 100% committed to the entire duration of your apprenticeship, and be ready to hit the ground running.  You will have a great work ethic and be physically fit. A driver's licence is ideal but not essential.    What is an Apprenticeship? An Apprenticeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in in Wall and Ceiling Lining. Apprenticeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 3-4 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. An Apprenticeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity for someone wanting to get trade qualified ‘earning while they learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your apprenticeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing an Apprenticeship? As an Apprentice, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 3-4 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for an Apprenticeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into TAFE and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

Gap Year Business Administration Traineeship

275
North Wangaratta, VIC 3678
Business Administration
11/10/2021
The Company                                                Kestrel Recruitment is a local Recruitment and Group Training Organisation specialising in placing candidates with our clients across North East Victoria and Southern NSW. Kestrel in conjunction with Northeast Health (NHW) are excited to be offering the following position for those who will be commencing a Gap year in 2022. Gap Year Business Administration Traineeship at the NHW Education & Research Unit Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) is a major health provider in the Central Hume region with an extensive range of acute, sub-acute, aged care and community services. They are now seeking to employ a dynamic candidate to join their team as a part time business administration trainee, over the course of 12 months, in their Gap Year Program. Please note: we are seeking applicants who are graduating Year 12 in 2021 and will be commencing University studies in a health related course in 2023. This is a part time role where you will be working 72 hours per fortnight. To view a position description please click here.   The Position NHW is supporting local young people interested in a health related tertiary course of study by providing a gap year administrative traineeship role with the Education and Research unit.  As such, this role will entail delivering a high standard of reception and administrative duties for the Education & Research Unit at Northeast Health Wangaratta (NHW) whilst completing a Certificate III in Business. This role will see the successful applicant engaging in the: Provision of reception and administrative support within the education and research team, including but not limited to provision of high quality customer service, reception inquiries, and answering incoming work requests in a calm and courteous manner. Participating in event planning, promotion, organisation, support and review. Participating in the delivery of an efficient and coordinated education calendar. Gathering, checking and entering service data as directed. Distributing data reports as relevant and directed. Completing basic accounting functions such raising invoices and record keeping. Monitoring, maintaining and ordering office and service supplies. The successful applicant will enjoy the benefits of a competitive remuneration and full salary packaging benefits that are available to the Victorian Public Health Sector employees.   How do I apply? To apply please submit your most up to date resume and a cover letter addressing the key selection criteria described above. Please click on the initial APPLY link to enter your details for this position. Enquiries can be made with Diane McIntosh via students@nhw.org.au and applications will close 5pm Monday 11th October 2021.   What do I need to do to be successful? To be successful for this role you must demonstrate a commitment to delivering a positive customer experience, proficiency in Microsoft Office and excellent communication skills. You must also possess excellent communication skills and the ability to prioritize workloads in a fast paced environment. Experience in the provision of reception, customer service and clerical duties or completion of a Certificate II in Business is desirable but not essential. You must also be prepared to complete and attain: National Police Check Working with Children Check Please be aware, to be successful for this role, you must also provide evidence of deferment from undergraduate tertiary course of study in a health related field with registered Education provider prior to commencement.      What is a Traineeship? A Traineeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Business. Traineeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 1-2 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment.   What are the benefits of completing a Traineeship? As a Trainee, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 1-2 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for a Traineeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into the RTO and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

Trainee Dental Assistant

274
Albury, NSW 2640
Dental
30/09/2021
The Company Based in Albury, our client is a recently renovated, small dental surgery looking to employ a motivated and proactive individual to complete a Traineeship in Dental Assisting and join their close-knit team. You will be mentored under a great team of professionals who are passionate about their industry. Working in a fun environment with each day never being the same, you will be able to grow alongside this thriving business! Click here for a general job description.   The Position This is a career-start opportunity leading to an industry recognised qualification with the opportunity to develop your skills on the job in a team environment. The successful candidate will be trained to prepare for and assist with oral health care procedures, comply with infection control policies and procedures, assist with dental radiography, equipment sterilisation and administration procedures. Your duties will include but not be limited to: Preparing for and assisting with oral health care procedures Complying with infection control policies and procedures Assisting with dental radiography and equipment sterilisation Greeting patients at reception Preparing dental rooms Processing payments and scheduling appointments   How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Traineeship.    What do I need to do to be successful? To be successful, you will be a self-motivated individual fully committed to the entire duration of your Traineeship. You are well spoken and presented, take pride in your work and ideally have some sort of work experience, whether in retail or hospitality. Naturally, you have a friendly demeanour, a desire to constantly learn, and a 'can do' attitude.  You must also be a quick learner, a good communicator and must have completed first aid and CPR. Previous experience in administration is favourable but not essential.  Please note you must have reliable transportation to and from work.   What is a Traineeship? A Traineeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Dental Assisting. Traineeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 1-2 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. A Traineeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity to undertake a formal qualification ‘earning while you learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your traineeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing a Traineeship? As a Trainee, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 1-2 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for a Traineeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into the RTO and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

Expression of Interest - Carpentry Apprenticeship

273
Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650
Building & Construction / Carpentry / Cabinetry
08/10/2021
Kestrel Recruitment is currently seeking Expressions of Interest for individuals looking to commence an Carpentry Apprenticeship as well from any out of trade 2nd or 3rd Year Apprentices. We are currently working with a number of builders in and around the Wagga Wagga region ranging from small one man bands specialising in small domestic jobs through to large companies working on commercial and industrial jobs. This role would be perfectly suited for a candidate who is seeking a career start in the construction industry and follow their passion in carpentry.  Click here for a general job description.   The Position This is a fantastic opportunity to gain on site experience while working towards a Certificate III in Carpentry. This will equip you with fundamental skills to become a carpenter and joiner in the booming construction industry. If successful for the role, you will work on a range of outdoor and indoor projects and champion sustainable, safe housing and buildings for Australians. Your role, under the guidance and support of qualified tradesman, will include but not limited to: Reading and interpreting plans and specifications Carrying out general demolition of minor building structures Installing and replacing windows and doors Installing lining, panelling and moulding, and flooring systems Constructing wall and ceiling frames, pitched roofs, eaves, and timber external stairs   How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Apprenticeship.   What do I need to do to be successful? Ideally, you will have undertaken either a work placement in the Construction industry or have undertaken a VET or VCAL program at school or pre-apprenticeship, however above all, you will have a genuine interest and knowledge of the industry, be 100% committed to the entire duration of your apprenticeship, and be ready to hit the ground running.  You will have a great work ethic, be physically fit and have reliable transport/your own car/drivers licence. You will also hold excellent time management and organisational skills to complete all theoretical and practical components of your apprenticeship. You must also hold good communication skills when communicating with supervisors, team-members and external clients.    What is an Apprenticeship? An Apprenticeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Carpentry. Apprenticeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 3-4 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. An Apprenticeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity for someone wanting to get trade qualified ‘earning while they learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your apprenticeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing an Apprenticeship? As an Apprentice, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 3-4 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for an Apprenticeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into TAFE and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

Expression of Interest - Plumbing Apprenticeship

272
Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650
Plumbing
08/10/2021
Kestrel Recruitment is currently seeking Expressions of Interest from individuals looking to commence a Plumbing Apprenticeship or any out of trade 2nd or 3rd year Apprentices seeking to re-enter the Plumbing Industry. We are currently working with a number of Plumbing companies in and around the Wagga Wagga region ranging from small one man bands doing residential through to larger companies doing commercial works. This role would be perfectly suited for a candidate who is seeking to get into the plumbing trade with some of the most recognised Plumbers in Wagga Wagga who will support you throughout your apprenticeship and assist you in learning valuable skills along the way. Apply now to learn a wide range of practical skills, graduate with strong foundational knowledge and be ready to join the workforce as a trade-qualified plumber! Click here for a general job description.   The Position This is a fantastic opportunity to gain on site experience while working towards a Certificate III in Plumbing. In this role you will develop in-demand skills that open doors to a variety of exciting career paths. As such, you will gain a variety of skills and experience, including: Bending and joining pipes Welding, laying, installing and joining underground pipes Testing and maintaining pipes Marking out and installing roof rainwater components Reading and interpreting plans   How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Apprenticeship.   What do I need to do to be successful? Ideally, you will have undertaken either a work placement in the Plumbing industry or have undertaken a VET or VCAL program at school or pre-apprenticeship, however above all, you will have a genuine interest and knowledge of the industry, be 100% committed to the entire duration of your apprenticeship, and be ready to hit the ground running.  You will have a great work ethic, be physically fit and have reliable transport/your own car/drivers licence.   What is an Apprenticeship? An Apprenticeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Plumbing. Apprenticeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 3-4 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. An Apprenticeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity for someone wanting to get trade qualified ‘earning while they learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your apprenticeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing an Apprenticeship? As an Apprentice, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 3-4 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for an Apprenticeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into TAFE and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

Expression of Interest - Business Administration Traineeship

271
Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650
Business Administration
08/10/2021
Kestrel Recruitment is currently seeking Expressions of Interest for individuals looking to commence a Traineeship in Business Administration. We are currently working with a number of local companies in and around the Wagga Wagga region ranging from smaller businesses through to larger companies. This role would be perfectly suited for a candidate who is seeking to get into a Traineeship where they will be welcomed with open arms and taught every aspect of Business Admin by leading local companies. Click here for a general job description.   The Position We are looking for a vibrant, enthusiastic individual with excellent customer service skills.The suitable applicant will be responsible for maintaining exceptional customer service and liaising with internal and external stakeholders. Your duties may include but will not be limited to:  Delivering an exceptional customer experience Supporting font of house reception and providing assistance to the admin team Answering phone and walk in enquiries Proficiency in the day to day use of Microsoft Office Completing general administrative duties such as filing, scanning, typing, copying, data entry   How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Traineeship.    What do I need to do to be successful? To be successful, you will be a self-motivated individual fully committed to the entire duration of your Traineeship. You are well spoken and presented, take pride in your work and ideally have some sort of work experience, whether in retail or hospitality. Naturally, you have a friendly demeanour, a desire to constantly learn, and a 'can do' attitude.  Please note you must have reliable transportation to and from work.   What is a Traineeship? A Traineeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Business. Traineeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 1-2 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. A Traineeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity to undertake a formal qualification ‘earning while you learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your traineeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing a Traineeship? As a Trainee, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 1-2 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for a Traineeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into the RTO and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

Expression of Interest - Painting Apprenticeship

270
Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650
Painting
08/10/2021
Kestrel Recruitment is currently seeking Expressions of Interest for individuals looking to commence a Painting Apprenticeship. We are currently working with a number of Painting companies in and around the Wagga Wagga region ranging from small one man bands doing residential through to larger companies doing commercial works. This role would be perfectly suited for a candidate who is seeking to get into the painting trade with some of the most recognised painters in Wagga Wagga. This role is open to any out of trade 2nd or 3rd Year Apprentices as well.  Click here for a general job description   The Position This is a fantastic opportunity to gain on site experience while working towards a Certificate III in Painting and Decorating. In this role you will learn to transform residential and commercial buildings with your specialist skills and work towards success in an in-demand industry. The role of an apprentice painter encompasses a variety of tasks to be completed in a timely and efficient manner, this may include: Preparing the area for work by laying drop sheets and taping up windows and cleaning the job site on completion or at the end of the day Preparing surfaces to a high standard by sanding, filling and caulking Painting all surfaces in a variety of paint types (water, oil, clear, varnishes)   How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Apprenticeship.   What do I need to do to be successful? Ideally, you will have undertaken either a work placement in the Painting industry or have undertaken a VET or VCAL program at school or pre-apprenticeship, however above all, you will have a genuine interest and knowledge of the industry, be 100% committed to the entire duration of your apprenticeship, and be ready to hit the ground running.  You must also: Be prepared for physical work Possess the ability to follow instructions Have good communication skills Take pride in workmanship Be able to work well in a team situation Hold a current White Card Have reliable transport/your own car/drivers licence.   What is an Apprenticeship? An Apprenticeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Painting & Decorating. Apprenticeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 3-4 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. An Apprenticeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity for someone wanting to get trade qualified ‘earning while they learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your apprenticeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing an Apprenticeship? As an Apprentice, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 3-4 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for an Apprenticeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into TAFE and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

Expressions of Interest - Electrical Apprenticeships

269
Wagga Wagga, NSW 2650
Electrical
06/10/2021
Kestrel Recruitment is currently seeking Expressions of Interest for individuals looking to commence an Electrical Apprenticeship as well as Out of Trade 2nd / 3rd year Apprentices looking to get back into the Electrical Industry. We are currently working with a number of Electrical businesses in and around the Wagga Wagga region ranging from small one man bands specialising in small domestic jobs through to large companies working on commercial and industrial jobs.This role would be perfectly suited for a candidates who are seeking a tight knit team that is very supportive and will make getting through your apprenticeship a blast. Click here for a general job description.   The Position This is a fantastic opportunity to gain on site experience while working towards a Certificate III in Electrotechnology. You will learn to install, test and repair electrical systems and be equipped with the skills needed to join this growing industry. Your role will include but not be limited to: Completing general electrical tasks relevant to your level of experience under the guidance of qualified electricians Supporting electricians complete residential installations, switchboard upgrades, fault finding, security cameras, audio visual, home automation, service work and many other exciting areas of electrical trade Working with builders, clients and other stakeholders Applying WHS regulations, codes and practices in the workplace   How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Apprenticeship.   What do I need to do to be successful? Ideally, you will have undertaken either a work placement in the Electrical industry or have undertaken a VET or VCAL program at school or pre-apprenticeship, however above all, you will have a genuine interest and knowledge of the industry, be 100% committed to the entire duration of your apprenticeship, and be ready to hit the ground running.  You will have a great work ethic, be physically fit and have reliable transport/your own car/drivers licence. You must also exhibit: A genuine interest in becoming an electrician. A current NSW Drivers Licence (desirable but not essential) Professional, reliable and presentable attitude Tool skills and knowledge Great organisational & time management skills   What is an Apprenticeship? An Apprenticeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Electrotechnology. Apprenticeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 3-4 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. An Apprenticeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity for someone wanting to get trade qualified ‘earning while they learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your apprenticeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing an Apprenticeship? As an Apprentice, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 3-4 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for an Apprenticeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into TAFE and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

1st Year Apprentice Solid Plasterer (Cement Renderer)

267
West Wodonga, VIC 3690
Plastering
05/10/2021
The Company Based in Albury Wodonga, our client is a locally owned and operated Solid Plasterer (Cement Renderer). The opportunity has now arisen to take on a motivated and proactive individual to complete an Apprenticeship in Solid Plastering.  This is an excellent opportunity to get your career started within the plastering industry and would ideally suit a school leaver who enjoys working outdoors and loves hands on physical work.    The Position This is a career-start opportunity leading to an industry recognised qualification with the opportunity to develop your skills on the job in a team environment.  You will learn all aspects of the Rendering trade while working predominantly on new homes as well as a broad range of other building environments. You'll work locally in Albury/Wodonga and surrounding areas with no one day being the same. The role will involve: Filling and straightening corners, angles, walls and surfaces Mixing and applying coats of cement render or similar materials to walls and outdoor surfaces Levelling and smoothing using specific tools to obtain an even thickness of various surfaces Our client will also help develop your work and life skills and provide incentives for motivated workers.   How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Apprenticeship.   What do I need to do to be successful? Ideally, you will have undertaken either work placement in a trade environment or have undertaken a VET or VCAL program at school or pre-apprenticeship, however above all, you will have a genuine passion for learning a trade, and be 100% committed to completing your apprenticeship, and be ready to hit the ground running. You will also: Be able to use hand tools Have an interest in learning a unique and hard to come by apprenticeship Be comfortable at working at heights Be physically fit Have a reliable transport (license is not necessary) Have a white card   What is an Apprenticeship? An Apprenticeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training, usually completed with a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE, where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Solid Plastering. Our host employer is also supportive of taking on a younger apprentice ready to leave school to start a career, given approval from parents and school is available. Please note that Kestrel Recruitment covers all RTO/TAFE fees. An Apprenticeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity for someone wanting to get trade qualified ‘earning while they learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your apprenticeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing an Apprenticeship? As an Apprentice, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 3-4 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for an Apprenticeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer, where you will complete your on the job training, Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into TAFE and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted. **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.

Reception/Administration Trainee

266
North Wangaratta, VIC 3678
Business Administration
30/09/2021
The Company Northeast Health are excited to be offering you the opportunity to join their Wangaratta office as a Reception/Administration Trainee. This is a career-start opportunity leading to an industry recognised qualification, with the opportunity to develop your skills on the job in a positive team environment. This role will be an excellent chance to work in a large organisation with a well-structured business administration function.  Click here for a general job description.   The Position As a member of their team, you will be trained in a variety of administration duties and responsible for: Answering initial enquiries over the phone and face to face. Processing donations and sending out thank you letters. Assisting auxiliary members with admin needs ie: printing, copying, set up/pack up of activities. Database administration such as data entry. Monitoring website elements by updating pages and adding/deleting content when required. Supporting volunteers around the organisation where required.  Assisting with putting together newsletters and other correspondence. General support in activities under the guidance of the manager.   How do I apply? To apply and be considered for this position, please submit your most up to date resume containing any/all work experience (both paid and unpaid) and your education (including any previous qualifications) as well as a cover letter outlining why you are interested in this Traineeship.    What do I need to do to be successful? To be successful, you will be a self-motivated individual fully committed to the entire duration of your Traineeship. You are well spoken and presented, take pride in your work and ideally have some sort of work experience, whether in retail or hospitality. Naturally, you have a friendly demeanour, a desire to constantly learn, and a 'can do' attitude.  You will also possess: Excellent communication skills Reliability and punctuality Basic computer skills  Ability to work individually or in a team environment Please note you must have reliable transportation to and from work.   What is a Traineeship? A Traineeship is a career start position involving both on the job (working with one of Kestrel’s Host Employers) and off the job training (usually completed at a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) such as a TAFE) where you will be studying towards your Certificate III in Business. Traineeships are open to people of all ages over the age of 16 and are generally completed over 1-2 years. Please note that all RTO/TAFE fees are covered by Kestrel Recruitment. A Traineeship is a great alternative for those not wanting to head to University and they are a fantastic opportunity to undertake a formal qualification ‘earning while you learn’. In saying that, you must be fully committed to all aspects of your traineeship including working full time for your Host Employer and also completing your formal training.   What are the benefits of completing a Traineeship? As a Trainee, you will be provided with a combination of both hands on and theoretical experience leading to a nationally recognised qualification at the end of those 1-2 years.   Who is Kestrel? Kestrel Recruitment is a leading Group Training Organisation, employing apprentices and trainees across Southern NSW and Northeast Victoria.  When successful for a Traineeship through Kestrel, you will be placed with a ‘Host’ Employer who will complete your on the job training, whilst Kestrel manage the payment of your wages, enrolment into the RTO and provide you with ongoing mentoring. Working for us, you will have a dedicated mentor who will be there during your employment, providing you with feedback and support, and overall getting you to that finish line! They will check in with you on a regular basis, answer any questions you have along the way, deal with your RTO and be your cheerleader!   What will I be paid? Your hourly rate will depend on a number of factors including your age and the award that you will be paid under. For further information, head to https://calculate.fairwork.gov.au/FindYourAward. Please note from time to time, our Host Employer’s will pay above award rates. You will also accrue annual and sick leave as part of your employment contract.   Please note that only shortlisted individuals will be contacted.   **Kestrel Recruitment is an equal opportunity employer** Read our Access and Equity Policy here.