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The gateway to shipbuilding careers

The Naval Shipbuilding College’s Workforce Register was officially launched last month and hundreds of people have already joined.
04 December 2018
Naval Shipbuilding College Program Director Bill Docalovich officially opening the College with the Minister for Defence Christopher Pyne.

Our Workforce Register is the best way for you to prepare for the surge of naval shipbuilding jobs coming and secure a fulfilling career.

 

It’s open to all Australians who are interested in long-term livelihoods in the naval shipbuilding industry. Once you join, you’ll receive tailored guidance through the education, training and employment process.

 

Thousands of skilled and professional jobs will need to be filled in the coming years, opening up unprecedented opportunities for students or workers at any stage of their career. While some candidates will be ‘job-ready’, others may need some help to upskill.

 

Our experienced candidate managers will work with you to fully understand your background, skills, past training or education and discuss your desired career path. You’ll then be connected with the best education and training providers available close to where you live.

Terry Durant

Our service won’t stop there… as we will regularly stay in touch and keep you updated on when the employment opportunities become available across naval shipbuilding, supply or sustainment industries.

There are few limits to what you’ll be able to achieve in the naval shipbuilding industry, with opportunities spread across thousands of Small to Medium Enterprises in our thriving naval shipbuilding ecosystem, as well as global defence industry giants, like BAE Systems Australia, Naval Group Australia and Luerssen Australia.

Your Journey to a Naval Shipbuilding Job

Your Journey to a Naval Shipbuilding Job

"Quite literally, you can progress from the ship’s deck to the boardroom."

Naval shipbuilding offers an exciting career journey for workers.

 

Our focus is on making naval shipbuilding a career of choice in Australia.

 

Now is the time for people to step up – from bright young students, to workers transitioning from adjacent industries, or those looking for a completely new career path, including veterans transitioning back to civilian life.

 

The College is also striving to ensure that our naval shipbuilding workforce reflects our communities, by attracting more females into the industry, as well culturally diverse people including people from our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island communities.

 

Register now to work on the most technologically advanced, cutting edge projects in the world!

 

REGISTER HERE

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