Kings Engineering is a leading NSW engineering business. There are a range of opportunities to start and grow a career with Kings. From work experience, apprenticeships and graduate roles, to trades, operations and professional support services and management, we offer many exceptional opportunities to join our local team.
More information on our Apprenticeship Program is below.
If the role you're interested in is not listed, please register your interest with Kings by applying for the general expression of interest.
Our Apprenticeship Program
Our Apprenticeship Program has been creating careers for over 40 years, all under the careful guidance and support of supervisors and a dedicated, full-time Apprentice and Training Coordinator.
The Apprenticeship Program includes study at TAFE or The Westrac Institute, and on the job training.
Download our 2022 Apprentice Recruitment Intake Brochure for more information.
We typically advertise apprenticeships around June of each year.
Plant Mechanic Apprenticeship
A Plant Mechanic apprentice will gain experience in motor rebuilds, gearbox and torque converter repair, various component replacements as well as have an opportunity to perform scheduled servicing on earthmoving equipment. They will have the opportunity to work on Caterpillar Loaders, Dozers, Graders, Trucks as well as Liebherr and Hitachi Excavators.
Fitting & Machining Apprenticeship
The Fitter-Machinist apprentice will gain similar experience to that of a Plant Mechanic but will also develop skills in the manufacture of components from one off specialty parts through to batch component runs. The Fitter-Machinist will become familiar in the use of lathes, milling machines and Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machine centres.
Throughout the Group there is a wide variety of electrical work for apprentices from low voltage DC systems through to High Voltage AC switching and maintenance. An Electrical apprentice will gain experience in domestic wiring right through to the latest Programmable Logic Controller systems.
Our boilermaker apprentices will learn to perform a wide variety of work. This includes new fabrication through to repair and maintenance of mobile equipment as well as fixed plant such as Coal Handling facilities. The work is carried out in our workshops or at customer sites and could include the repair of shuttle cars, miners, dump trucks, loaders and excavators and much more.