Who you’ll be working with…
HVTC Sydney is an expert in the employment and training of apprentices and trainees. We believe skills change lives and that apprenticeships and traineeships can open doors to incredible careers. This is why we partner with businesses to match the right person with the right career.
During your traineeship, you’ll be employed by us and complete on-the-job training with HVTC Sydney in our Penrith office. We’ll provide you with ongoing mentoring and support to help you achieve your career goals and unleash your true potential.
So what are you waiting for?
What you’ll be doing…
You will complete a Cert III in Business Administration over 12 months through a combination of formal training with a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) and practical on-the-job experience.
Throughout your formal training and practical experience in the workplace, you will gain exposure to;
What you’ll bring to the table…
To be successful in this role, you’ll need to have the following:
What you’ll get in return
As well as a fun, supportive and inclusive environment where you’ll be challenged and given room to grow, you’ll also get:
This position is open to applicants available for an immediate start, however a January 2021 start date may be considered for the right candidate!
Previous applicants need not apply.
What to do next
To apply for this role, click the ‘Apply for this job’ button and then follow the steps to complete your application. You can also apply online at www.hvtc.com.au by clicking on 'Vacancies' and selecting the relevant position, then the 'Apply Online' button at the bottom of the page.
All applications require a resume and cover letter addressing the selection criteria.
If you have any questions about this role please contact Sharon Bushby on 02 4932 4222.
Applications close Thursday 3rd December 2020
As a recognised 2019 Diversity Champion HVTC are committed to Equal Employment Opportunities, Ethical Practices, and the principles of Cultural Diversity. We encourage applications from all members of the community, including people from indigenous backgrounds, women seeking non-traditional trade opportunities and mature aged people.