RECRUITMENT for the 2020 Apprentice and Trainee intake with Transport for New South Wales closes this Sunday, August 18 with 10 positions available in the Illawarra, Shoalhaven, South Coast and Monaro regions. 

Minister for Regional Transport and Roads, Paul Toole says Transport is looking for passionate candidates to apply for apprenticeships and traineeships in fleet, business and civil construction.

"This is one of our largest, annual state-wide recruitment drives, so we are exciting to have the opportunity to offer numerous spots in diverse fields to those in regional New South Wales," says Minister Toole.

Transport hires people from all walks of life, regardless of gender, ethnicity, age, cultural background, religion, or disability.

You could get a job doing this for Transport NSW.
You could get a job doing this for Transport NSW.

Whether you're a school-leaver, re-entering the workforce or a seasoned worker looking to change careers, the recruitment drive is open to anyone who has an interest in the targeted employment areas. It is part of Transport's mission to ensure our workforce is reflective of the diverse communities we serve.

Traineeships and apprenticeships are the perfect way to kick-start a career with hands-on, practical experience in a dynamic environment. Transport offers exposure to high-profile projects with industry experts from day one.

Applicants have until Sunday, 18 August to apply. Interviews will be held from 16 September to 27 September. Successful candidates will start their career with Transport in January 2020.

Head to iworkfor.nsw.gov.au for more information or to apply. 

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