What does an apprentice wood machinist do?
They may produce timber for panelling, floorboards, kitchen counters, bars, bannisters, skirting boards, window and door frames, and more . As a wood machinist, you would require a good understanding of different types of timber and their uses, and the ability to use a range of hand tools and machinery
With over 25 years in the industry, N & J Joinery prides itself on its reputation. As the joiner of choice by some of Australia’s most discerning customers, N & J Joinery offers a level of service and a skill set matched by few others.
Based in Sydney N & J Joinery provides a passionate and highly skilled team of professionals able to deliver projects from large production runs through to major commercial fit outs or speciality one-off projects.
We are seeking a Apprentice Wood Machinist to join our team, working with us you will have access to the latest technology and tools in a large custom workshop giving you superior exposure to all aspects of the trade as well as being supported throughout your apprenticeship by qualified tradesman who will guide and inspire you to achieve your best.
To be successful:
Physically capable of completing tasks related to trade
Excellent customer service
Car and licence
Apprentices of all levels welcome to apply
To be eligible for an apprenticeship or traineeship you must be an Australian Citizen, Permanent Resident or have full working rights.