Latest intake

Apply for an apprenticeship with us for the chance to join a company that runs one of the largest electricity networks in the western world and employs thousands of people. We're building the network of the future to power Queensland’s economy and we're looking for passionate team members.

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Our next apprenticeships intake will be advertised in approximately August 2021 to commence early 2022.  This will include our Electrician, Communications Technician, Distribution Linesperson and Underground Cable Jointer apprenticeships which will be located across the whole state of Queensland.

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Positions and locations

Apprentices work in depots in locations throughout South East Queensland. Even though you may start your apprenticeship in one location, you may spend time in other areas during your apprenticeship to experience a range of task environments.

You can apply for an apprenticeship when we’re advertising for applicants, which usually happens about twice a year.

Why apply for an apprenticeship?

An apprenticeship with us is never dull and is very rewarding. You can join in one location, and soon enough, you could be on your way to experiencing a range of training experiences in another part of the state.

An apprenticeship can also be an attractive alternative to tertiary studies, with your career and salary starting from day one. You will become a qualified tradesperson whilst being part of a team that contributes to making a difference to the way power is supplied in our communities.

Who can apply to be an apprentice?

We really value diversity and encourage people from all backgrounds to apply, including women, mature age applicants and Indigenous Australians, as well as others from minority groups.

What are the requirements for applying?

To apply for an apprenticeship you must have at least one of the following:

  • completed Year 12 and passed Senior Maths A or General Maths, English and a Science subject is highly advantageous, or
  • completed equivalent pre-vocational studies including a 1Certificate II in Electrotechnology, or
  • have relevant work experience.

Got any more questions?

Visit our FAQs webpage for other frequently asked questions and answers.

If you still have questions, you can contact one of our Apprentice Management Team members:

T: 1800 932 077

E: ApprenticeRecruitment@energyq.com.au

Footnotes

1 While Certificate II in Electrotechnology is advantageous, it doesn't guarantee you progression through the recruitment process.