Council employs nine new trainees
Local youth join labouring, administration teams
THE North Burnett Regional Council has welcomed its six newest trainee labourers and three administration trainees who started with the organisation in recent weeks.
The new trainees will be working within Parks and Gardens and each depot in the North Burnett will receive a new addition.
“This is part of council’s strategy to build upon our capacity to enhance the beautification of town within our region,” a council spokesperson said.
“The traineeships are for 12 months and at the end of this period, each trainee will attain their Certificate II in Horticulture.
“This is a great opportunity for our Parks and Gardens staff to share their knowledge and expertise and to help our new trainees in learning about the Parks and Gardens services in local government.”
Council also hired three new trainee administration officers who started on February 13.
These trainees will be working in the Technical Services Section, customer service, libraries, the call centre in Monto and in the Executive Services Team in Biggenden.
The traineeships consist of studying to acquire a Certificate III in Business Administration.
This is part of council’s strategy to build upon our capacity to enhance the beautification of town within our region. — Council spokesperson.
NEW BLOOD: North Burnett Regional Council's newest trainees from across the region.