Painting Apprentice | T.Harris Painting

Boya WA, Australia

  • Drivers licence required
  • Pre-apprenticeship qualification or experience essential
  • Full time hours

AMA ATS is currently working with T.Harris Painting in Boya to source a Painting Apprentice. T.Harris Painting are a small family run business, they provide residential and commercial painting solutions throughout the Perth metro area.

This is a full time position working 7am-3pm Monday to Friday with some potential overtime required.

To be considered for this exciting opportunity you must possess a drivers licence and either have some prior residential painting experience or have completed a certificate II pre-apprenticeship qualification.

Apprentices are hands on from day one. You will learn all aspects of becoming a qualified Painter and Decorator, working side by side the owner of the business and receiving one-on-one coaching and support.


If you are interested in discussing this apprenticeship further, please forward your resume and a cover letter outlining your experience directly to the employer at 

To be eligible as an Apprentice, you must be an Australian Citizen or a Permanent Resident. For more information regarding Australian Apprenticeships please visit our website 

AMA ATS offer an advertising and recruitment service to employers on behalf of the Federal Government. Employers will not accept resumes and marketing calls from other agencies.


When applying for a position it is important to fully read the advert and follow the application instructions as requested.

This will mean you will need to:
(A) Ensure you attach a full version of your resume.
(B) Attach a cover letter (where required) outlining why you are applying for the position and addressing the selection criteria.
(C) Answer any pre-application questions listed.

If you do not complete all of these requirements, your application may not be considered.


Type: Apprenticeship

Category: Apprenticeship - Building & Construction

Reference ID: JT002340

Date Posted: 22/11/2019