7 Top-Rated Trade Jobs in Sydney This October

Top-Rated Trade Jobs in Sydney

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Building Trades

Building trades encompass a variety of construction jobs, including carpentry, flooring, masonry and plumbing. If you want to begin work immediately and have some basic skills, you can land a job as a painter, landscaper or carpet installer with very little training or experience. If you want to become an electrician, plumber, pipe fitter or welder, you will need to go to vocational school and complete an apprenticeship. 

Carpenter

Carpenters are usually responsible for the construction and repair of building frameworks and structures such as stairways, door-frames, partitions, and rafters. Often, they are involved in the installation of kitchen cabinets, siding, and drywall.

Carpet Installer

Responsible for measuring and prepping rooms for the installation of carpet. Prepares and exhibits samples for selection, rips up old flooring, and installs carpet in offices, homes, and buildings.

Electrician

Perform general electrical maintenance. Inspect transformers and circuit breakers and other electrical components. Troubleshoot electrical issues using appropriate of testing devices. Repair and replace equipment, electrical wiring, or fixtures.

Heavy Equipment Operator

Some common responsibilities include: … Load and unload equipment from vehicles and trailers. Ensure company equipment, material, and the work site are maintained, kept clean, and stored in a safe manner. Collect and dispose of scrap, excess materials, and refuse.

Landscaper

The role of a Landscaper is to build and maintain gardens, parks and other outdoor landscapes. Their duties include ensuring plant growth, cleaning outdoor facilities, and trimming overgrown hedges. They usually work for a landscaping company or as a municipal employee maintaining city parks.

Painter

Preparing painting surfaces by washing walls, repairing holes, or removing old paint. Mixing, matching, and applying paints and other finishes to various surfaces. Providing decorative and faux finishes as the project requires.

Plumber

Interprets blueprints and building specifications to map layout for pipes, drainage systems, and other plumbing materials. Installs pipes and fixtures, such as sinks and toilets, for water, gas, steam, air, or other liquids. Installs supports for pipes, equipment, and fixtures prior to installation

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