Company Info




Ai Group Apprentice & Trainee Centre
L2/441 St Kilda Road
Melbourne, Victoria
Phone:1300 761 944
Web:www.aigroupapprentices.com.au

Mechanical Apprentice – Fitter and Turner (ID1271)

Location: Dingley, Victoria
Job Category:
Job ID: 52584
Employment Type:
Salary:
Posted: 11/01/2018



Occupations:

Metal and Engineering : Mechanical Trades, Metal Fabrication and Finishing Trades, Metal Fitting & Machining

Job Description:

 An exciting opportunity exists for a keen and enthusiastic person to commence a Mechanical Engineering Apprenticeship. Located in Dingley, our host is a well-established, successful engineering company, who are able to provide on the job training in a wide range of engineering areas including lathe, mill and CNC work. 

 
This position will suit a motivated individual who possesses a keen interest in mechanical engineering and who are committed to completing a 4-year apprenticeship. Good attendance, punctuality and willingness to learn are essential. Please send a copy of your resume and a short cover detailing your interest in this opportunity when applying. 
 
DESIRABLE REQUIREMENTS:
> Minimum Year 11 schooling
 
MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS:
> Must be an Australian Citizen or have right to work in this country
> University / Tertiary graduates or those who have completed a Cert III Mechanical qualification or higher need not apply
 

Job Requirements:

 Ai Group Apprentice and Trainee Centre is a Group Training Organisation who employs apprentices and trainees then places them with Host Organisations.  We provide support for all apprentices and trainees by way of our mentoring program which fits in with a regular cycle of visiting in the workplace and training provider.  We are there to assist and guide you through not only the apprenticeship/traineeship but where necessary provide support and assistance to allow you to successfully complete your work and training commitments and gain your qualification.

 
A Certificate III Engineering Mechanical Apprenticeship will involve:
> Examine and evaluate drawings and specification for requirements.
> Operate and adjust metalworking machines and create parts or tools by turning, boring, milling, shaping, slotting, grinding or drilling metal stock or components.
> Fit and assemble metal parts, tools or sub-assemblies (including brazing or welding parts, repair or replace faulty parts).
> Cut, thread, bend and install hydraulic and pneumatic pipes and lines.
> Set up and/or operate hand and machine tools, welding equipment or Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) machines.
> Ensure accuracy and quality of finished parts, tools or sub-assemblies.
 
This apprenticeship is a Skills Shortage Trade.
 
Employees of Ai Group ATC are expected at all times to uphold the values of integrity, honesty and excellence and must exhibit a strong work ethic.  All employees are expected to be effective at time management, enjoy working within a team environment and possess a sincere interest for their chosen trade.