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We're on the hunt for talented, motivated apprentices in the Wellington region - mostly the two Hutts - who want to earn while they learn.
Jobs available right now:
General Engineering Apprentice
Training as a General Engineer will give you a broad variety of skills and knowledge. General engineers learn about fitting, machining, welding, maintenance, repair, hydraulics, pneumatics, and fabrication. Start your application.
Maintenance Engineering Apprentice
Maintenance engineers maintain machinery so it is reliable on the production line (usually within a manufacturing environment).
Maintenance engineers typically have a planned approach to maintenance, involving computerised maintenance systems and condition monitoring, where the work may require a broad variety of engineering skills and knowledge. Apply now.
Mechanical Building Services (HVAC)
Mechanical building services engineers maintain the components used in heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. They install split system air conditioning units and fabricate, install and maintain systems in homes, office buildings, hospitals and factories. Take the first step.
Light Fabrication Apprentice
Light Fabricators typically work with sheet metals and lighter gauge plate and pipes to produce a large variety of metal products. Get started here.
Fitting & Machining Apprentice
Fitting and machining engineers make and assemble components for plant and equipment. The components are made and fitted to exact specifications using modern engineering processes and machinery. Begin your application.
If successful, you will be employed by ATNZ, the largest employer of mechanical engineering apprentices in New Zealand, and assigned to one of our great host companies! There you will get valuable on-the-job training while studying to become a fully qualified engineer.
So, have you got what it takes to be an ATNZ Apprentice?
• Do you want to earn while you learn, and have no student loan?
• Are you committed to 3 – 4 years study?
• Do you have NCEA Level 2 in Maths and English?
• Are you interested in mechanical subjects?
• Do you have a restricted or full driver’s license?
• Do you have some relevant work experience? (Not essential, just a nice to have).
If you can say yes to all (or most!) of the above and are a keen, hands-on learner looking to launch your mechanical engineering career, we want to hear from YOU!
Other important info
Professionalism in the workplace is important to ATNZ, so to be successful in securing one of these awesome roles you'll need to show great reliability, punctuality and be well presented.
We also carry out pre-employment checks as part of the application process. These include aptitude, medical and drug testing as well as Ministry of Justice and reference checks.
Not quite ready to apply but want to know more? Hit up our recruitment team! They're available Mondays to Fridays, 9am to 5pm, on 0800 692 869 (option 3) or email@example.com.