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Wood Machinist Apprentice - Applications Closed

27 June 2017

Wood Machinist Apprentice

AKD Softwoods is a successful and integrated forestry products company, growing and manufacturing quality timber products. Employing over 400 people, AKD Softwoods is well recognised for being a progressive company, employing the latest technologies. 

We are now offering an exciting opportunity under our Apprenticeship and Scholarship Program for an energetic and self-motivated person to join our Wood Machinist Team.

This position will be based alongside our team of fully qualified Wood Machinists and apprentices at our Colac site, the successful candidate will learn all aspects of the role. This position will work towards the completion of a Certificate III in Wood Machining.

The successful applicants will have:

  • A strong mechanical aptitude
  • Good mathematical and problem solving skills
  • Reliability and flexibility
  • Strong communicational skills, verbal & written
  • Strong commitment and desire to learn and achieve

 This is a permanent full-time position with a promising future.  If you have commitment, energy and are motivated to make a difference, please email or post your resume and cover letter using reference code ‘WM0717’ to the below addresses:

Applications Close Sunday 9th July. 

Note: Pre-employment drug and alcohol, along with functional capacity testing, maybe required. Position Description available upon request.

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