Applications are open for the 2019 apprentice intake at CS Energy’s Callide Power Station near Biloela and Kogan Creek Power Station near Chinchilla.
Executive General Manager Plant Operations Mark Albertson said the apprenticeships offered an opportunity for applicants to be part of the next generation of Queensland’s energy industry.
“When you work as an apprentice at CS Energy, you will be part of the team that operates and maintains one of Queensland's largest energy portfolios,” Mr Albertson said.
“Our apprentices work hands-on with plant equipment and instrumentation controls and are supported by committed leaders who are experts in their fields.”
CS Energy is searching for three electrical and instrumentation apprentices at Callide Power Station and one electrical and instrumentation apprentice at Kogan Creek Power Station.
CS Energy’s apprenticeship program attracts a mix of school leavers and adult learners. Corey Turnbull (pictured above) is in the second year of an adult mechanical apprenticeship at Callide Power Station and is relishing the opportunity to gain a nationally recognised Trade Certificate.
“I’ve found CS Energy has a very supportive culture – you’re allowed to use your initiative to get work done,” Corey said.
Arryn Bills started work at Kogan Creek Power Station in May this year as an Apprentice Mechanical Fitter.
“The power generation industry is fascinating,” Arryn said. “I get a lot of satisfaction out of being part of a team that supplies efficient electricity to Queensland homes.”
To apply for the 2019 apprentice intake, visit www.csenergy.com.au/careers. CS Energy is encouraging applications from men and women, Indigenous Australians and people of all backgrounds. Applications
close on 28 September 2018.