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Apprentice Panel Beater -2nd or 3rd Year

MEGT Australia Ltd
Caboolture QLD

Location

Caboolture QLD

Full job description

If you are a lover of true classics and would love to gain hands on experience working on a range of classic cars – this is the role for you. We are searching for a motivated and enthusiastic apprentice to join a small team located in Caboolture, who specialise in high quality customisation and restoration of pre 1980 vehicles. You will have the chance to work on highly valuable cars with incredible historic value.

The benefits of working with this business:
You will be working with highly experienced professionals with over 40 years experience in the industry with hundreds of successful projects completed. You will have the opportunity to work on rare and valuable classic and vintage vehicles. Complete your trade in a stable and secure business and gain valuable skills for a lifelong career. You will receive ongoing support from MEGT Objectives of the role:

You will be working in a small team of 4 working to customise and restore vehicles according to client specifications. You will gain the chance to gain a range of skills including repairing and replacing panels and body components and much, much more. Key selection criteria:

We are looking for a Second or Third Year Apprentice, so you must have already commenced your Panel Beating Apprenticeship. Other requirements include;

Drivers licence

Able to produce TAFE transcripts

Passion for cars

Outstanding attention to detail

Positive attitude

Able to take direction and feedback

Keen to learn

Committed to gaining your trade qualification

Additional Information

Own car required:
Yes

Licence required:
Yes

Working with children certification required:
No

Police check required:
No

Designated Indigenous and Torres Strait only role:
No

Designated for people with a disability only:
No