Build your career with long term growth opportunities availableReceive paid study leave towards completing a Certificate III in Conservation and Land ManagementSecure full-time hours to maintain a great work/life balanceAbout Maxima Group TrainingWe manage recruitment, placement and ongoing support of trainees and apprentices on behalf of our host employers. Our aim is to help you kick-start your career into the job or industry of your choice, boost your employment credentials and equip you with the skills and knowledge to be able to succeed in the future.The OpportunityMaxima in conjunction with their clients are currently seeking passionate individuals who are looking to kick-start their career in horticulture. We currently have multiple positions available within local government across the Adelaide metropolitan area.These traineeships will offer you the experience to get your hands dirty and work outdoors, working to maintain plants, parks, gardens and streetscapes.You will receive paid on the job training whilst studying towards a nationally accredited Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management over a 3 year period. During this time, you will be working a full-time traineeship role from Monday to Friday, a minimum of 38 hours per week.Traineeship wage conditions apply. Day-to-day duties may include, but not be limited to:Use of garden tools and machineryAssist in building and grounds maintenanceMulch, prune and water plantsBuilding and ground maintenancePest and weed control, minor landscaping worksLay irrigation pipes and install of watering systemsSkills and Knowledge:Have good physical fitness to undertake manual labourBe committed, reliable and hardworkingBe able to follow directions and work under limited supervisionDisplay initiative, manage and prioritise time and tasks effectivelyPrevious experience in gardening, horticulture or similar trade advantageousRequirements:Hold a provisional or full driver’s licence and own vehicleSatisfactorily pass a pre-employment assessment including a drug and alcohol testHow to ApplyTo apply, complete the online application form and attach a copy of your resume and a cover letter outlining your suitability for the available role.Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted directly.Applications close COB Friday 28th of August 2020. 30000 AUD Australia - SA Adelaide
Job Opportunity | Conservation and Land Management Trainee | Adelaide Metro | Maxima Group Training

Conservation and Land Management Trainee | Adelaide Metro

  • Build your career with long term growth opportunities available
  • Receive paid study leave towards completing a Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management
  • Secure full-time hours to maintain a great work/life balance

About Maxima Group Training

We manage recruitment, placement and ongoing support of trainees and apprentices on behalf of our host employers. Our aim is to help you kick-start your career into the job or industry of your choice, boost your employment credentials and equip you with the skills and knowledge to be able to succeed in the future.

The Opportunity

Maxima in conjunction with their clients are currently seeking passionate individuals who are looking to kick-start their career in horticulture. We currently have multiple positions available within local government across the Adelaide metropolitan area.

These traineeships will offer you the experience to get your hands dirty and work outdoors, working to maintain plants, parks, gardens and streetscapes.

You will receive paid on the job training whilst studying towards a nationally accredited Certificate III in Conservation and Land Management over a 3 year period. During this time, you will be working a full-time traineeship role from Monday to Friday, a minimum of 38 hours per week.

Traineeship wage conditions apply. 

Day-to-day duties may include, but not be limited to:

  • Use of garden tools and machinery
  • Assist in building and grounds maintenance
  • Mulch, prune and water plants
  • Building and ground maintenance
  • Pest and weed control, minor landscaping works
  • Lay irrigation pipes and install of watering systems

Skills and Knowledge:

  • Have good physical fitness to undertake manual labour
  • Be committed, reliable and hardworking
  • Be able to follow directions and work under limited supervision
  • Display initiative, manage and prioritise time and tasks effectively
  • Previous experience in gardening, horticulture or similar trade advantageous

Requirements:

  • Hold a provisional or full driver’s licence and own vehicle
  • Satisfactorily pass a pre-employment assessment including a drug and alcohol test

How to Apply

To apply, complete the online application form and attach a copy of your resume and a cover letter outlining your suitability for the available role.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted directly.

Applications close COB Friday 28th of August 2020.

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