Traineeships and apprenticeships

16% of our workforce are in traineeships or apprenticeships.

RJV has a civil construction apprenticeship program, provided in partnership with training provider Civil Train, and a mechanical apprenticeship program. Both are designed to provide clear career development pathways via nationally recognised qualifications and on-the-job training.

Civil construction apprenticeships

Training the next generation of plant operators and site supervisors is a critical component of our employee recruitment, development and retention strategy. 

Though our partnership with training provider Civil Train, we provide several apprenticeship opportunities in the following nationally recognised qualifications:

  • Civil Construction (Level 3)
  • Pipe Laying (Level 3)
  • Plant Operations (Level 3)

To enquire about a civil apprenticeship contact

Motivation Foundation partnership

As part of our broader sustainability strategy, we partner with the Motivation Foundation, a not-for-profit organisation aiming to educate and develop life and employability skills for school students enrolled in Year 11, 12 or equivalents from diverse backgrounds.

Every year we sponsor two students to undertake their Certificate II in Civil Construction or Certificate II in Resources and Infrastructure Work Preparation by funding their course fees, providing on-site training and the potential of ongoing employment upon course completion.

Mechanical apprenticeships

With one of the largest privately owned fleets in Western Australia, demands on our workshop are high.

When required, apprenticeships are offered in the following disciplines:

  • Light vehicle mechanic
  • Heavy vehicle mechanic

For further information, contact our HR department.

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