10 Civil Construction Roles for Western Downs
Chinchilla and Dalby jobseekers are needed to embark on a career in civil construction with exciting new project on the Western Downs.
With construction set to commence on one of Australia’s largest utility solar farms, Golden West Apprenticeships are we teaming up with RCR on the construction of the Darling Downs Solar Farm by providing civil construction traineeships for Western Downs job seekers.
The project, valued at approximately $175 million, involves the installation of solar infrastructure to create a 200 Ha solar footprint and leverages intellectual capital in the design and construction of large-scale energy generation assets and reflects RCR’s standing as one of the country’s leading energy solutions specialists.
To support the installation of the solar infrastructure, ten local jobseekers will be selected to undertake a Certificate II in Civil Construction traineeship.
“We are very excited to be working with RCR to offer Western Downs residents’ civil construction based career opportunities” said Camille Johnson CEO. “Golden West Apprenticeships has been servicing the Western Downs region for almost 30 years and we know how vital it is keep sills in our communities. Partnering with RCR to deliver these traineeships will provide a lifetime of opportunities for our locals.”
“As promoted at previous local public forums RCR wants to work with the local community to provide employment opportunities and worthwhile training to the local people within the region” said RCR’s Manager of Apprentices and Graduates, Chris Platt. “The Traineeships will kick start a great career in Civil Construction and will also open up employment opportunities not only in the local area but across the state and Australia”.
Anyone seeking further information is invited to contact Cindy Harvey on 07 4624 5775 or email email@example.com . Applications for the Civil Construction Traineeships can be submitted online via the Golden West Apprenticeships website www.goldenwest.org.au.
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