ENGIE Apprenticeship Program

Join the world’s largest independent power company

Are you looking to kick start a brilliant career in an exciting, progressive company?

Do you want to work for an organisation that cares about climate change and is leading the transition to a zero-carbon future?

Would you like to be part of a 160,000 strong team that spans over 70 countries on 5 continents worldwide?

Welcome to ENGIE’s Apprenticeship Program.

Program Introduction

ENGIE and its various subsidiaries have been successfully developing apprentices for over 20 years. We’re currently supporting around 120 apprentices working towards their qualifications in Australia and New Zealand.

We offer a comprehensive, industry leading program for a variety of trades across electrical, mechanical and fire.

We value our people, and we’ll invest in your individualised training program. You’ll also receive mentoring, guidance and support from our experienced and talented team to ensure you become a proficient and successful qualified tradesperson.

4 year apprenticeship with a leading company in the field

Gain experience across a large range of commercial projects

Opportunities to collaborate with other disciplines

Paid to attend TAFE and learn on the job

A supervisor/mentor is allocated to guide you

Support always available from experienced and qualified teams

Additional training - health and safety, site induction

Yearly performance appraisals and feedback regarding progress

Install, maintain, troubleshoot and repair electrical systems.

Role and responsibilities

  • Commit to four years part-time study and training which consists of four days on the job training and one day at TAFE per week to achieve the Certificate II in Electrotechnology
  • Assist with electrical and cabling installations, reading drawings / interpretation, specifications
  • Assist with programming, testing and commissioning of various electrical and cabling systems across commercial building sites and premises
  • Follow relevant codes and industry standards which govern electrical installation and maintenance
  • Attend call outs
  • Demonstrate aptitude with electrical and mechanical tools
  • Understand written information and instructions and correspond clearly and concisely
  • Understand inventory stock components used
  • Administrative tasks
  • Other duties as directed
  • Ensure highest level of presentation as an ENGIE team member

Career Path

Requirements for an ENGIE apprenticeship

  • An ability to balance study and work commitments
  • A determination to succeed
  • Minimum age 16 years
  • ENGIE welcomes apprentices of all ages to our program
  • Must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident
  • Completion of Year 12 is preferred but not mandatory
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How to apply

Apprenticeship intakes typically occur at the beginning or end of each year. We advertise on our current opportunities page.

Selection Process

1. Submit your application including resume in response to the careers page advertisement

2. You will be contacted regarding next steps which can include:
  • Interview
  • Aptitude testing
  • Medical testing
  • Police checks
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