Mō Te Kaitukumahi
Juno Engineering is a company established in 1985 operating across broad areas of industry namely, transport, waste care, mining and R&D.
Settled in Matamata we are part of a thriving local Engineering hub centrally situated between Tauranga, Hamilton and Rotorua.
Juno Engineering’s range of services covers nearly every aspect of general engineering. We like giving anything a go, enjoying tackling challenges as a team.
We’ve trained many apprentices over the years. You will work alongside a team of other apprentices (currently two others in training) and qualified tradies to help you along the way, giving you excellent hands-on training, support, and advice as you progress through your own apprenticeship.
Mō Te Huarahi
As an entry-level opportunity, you will start by working alongside a team member perfecting the basics of measuring, cutting steel, running a saw, punching plates, pressing, rolling plate, drilling, potentially lathe or mill work. Then moving into fabrication and welding as your skill and confidence progresses.
We work mainly with carbon steel but more increasingly with stainless steel, potentially some aluminium as well in the near future.
We are looking for a candidate who can clearly see the benefits of an apprenticeship and will follow it through to completion. If you live locally (Matamata) that would be good.
There’s lots of variety on offer with this role, so if you’re punctual, reliable, keen to learn, you’ll fit right in with the team. If you have done a pre-trade course, even better.
Standard hours are 7:30am – 4:00pm – with opportunity for overtime.
Hours of work will be discussed with you at interview stage.
New Zealand Certificate in Engineering Fabrication (Trade) (Level 4) with strand in Heavy Fabrication
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