Hastings Deering Apprentice Diesel Fitters: Call for Applications


Join the Hastings Deering (PNG) Apprentice program to unearth your potential, learn and work with a leading CAT dealership and the machinery brand-CAT

An apprentice with the Hastings Deering (PNG) Ltd is more than a training program. It’s an opportunity to learn from the best in the business industry with leading training and facilities. With a network across Queensland, Northen Territory, Solomon Islands, New Caledonia and Papua New Guinea, Hastings Deering PNG offers extensive career opportunities in the field of Apprentice Diesel Fitters for PNG citizens. At the completion of their apprenticeship, our apprentices receive a nationally recognized trade qualification.

About the Role

We want to invest in your future and unearth your potential. Working with world-class Caterpillar machinery, you will learn about the repair, servicing, and maintenance of a massive range of equipment, engines and power systems. You will acquire skills and Knowles on the job training and external studies all under the guidance of the best in the business. We offer a competency based apprenticeship that can allow you to complete your trade with four years and gain skills for life.

About You.

You will bring the following skills, experience and attributes to an apprenticeship:

  • a genuine interest in pursuing a career in mechanical trade demonstrated through work experience or previous studies in the area
  • Completion of year 12 in 2019 or have previously completed year 12 with a minimum sound achievement in English and Maths
  • Well-developed written and verbal communication skills with excellent listening and comprehension skills
  • a willingness to commit to structured training, commitment, keen and positive attitude towards workplace health and safety.

Forward your application to:

The HR Administrator | HR Email address: jobs.png@hastingsdeering.com.au

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted for interview

Applications close Friday 06th September 2019