Butcher Aspire - put some meat on your career bones!
1st Year Apprentice Butcher Opportunity
Interested in starting your butchery career? HTN is looking for individuals to undertake the HTN Aspire Program at Granville TAFE with the opportunity to score a butchery apprenticeship with HTN at the end.
HTN's Aspire program will fast track you into your new career by offering a 4 week intensive course with a training and employment outcome* Training will be delivered at Granville TAFE.
Participants will gain a real advantage in starting a full time butchery apprenticeship, * with suitable participants being selected from this course for positions with HTN.
This opportunity is completely free – you are provided with a knife kit and uniform to start your dream career. The course runs for 4 weeks full time including classroom and workshop training plus real on the job experience.
In order to apply you must:
- Attend an interview with HTN prior to the start of the course
- Complete a Language, Literacy & Numeracy Test as part of the application process
- Have the ability and transport means to get to the course and workplace locations during the hours required
- Have a serious interest in butchery and the desire to turn your passion into a career
- Be available to start your apprenticeship on completion
In order to carry on to be a full apprentice butcher, candidates must have:
- Impeccable hygiene and professional presentation
- A desire to learn and willingness to work hard
- An acceptance of flexible hours and the ability to work a rotating roster
- A dynamic and positive attitude with a strong work ethic and good communication skills
- A friendly personality and enjoy working within teams
- A general understanding of the meat industry and apprenticeships
This is the start you want!
This program is strictly limited. Applicants should email their resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applicants must meet eligibility criteria to undertake an Australian Apprenticeship.
HTN is an equal opportunity employer. 'This program is funded by the NSW Government by the Department of Industry, Skills and Regional Development"