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Applications for Brown and Hurley’s 2025 apprenticeship program now open

Applications are now open for Brown and Hurley’s popular apprenticeship program, which sees in-depth training provided at the company’s dealerships across Queensland and northern New South Wales.

Started in 1946 and still family owned and operated, Brown and Hurley is a dealer of new and used commercial trucks and trailers.

It offers a wide range of career opportunities from entry level through to senior management across its 21 locations.

Brown and Hurley offer careers and apprenticeships in all aspects of heavy vehicle, trailer and machinery maintenance, as well as apprenticeships in spare parts and vehicle sales.

Throughout the month of June, Brown and Hurley is accepting applications for its 2025 apprentice intake for trades that include mechanics, auto electricians, spray painters, panel beaters and boiler makers.

According to Brown and Hurley, “This program presents a golden opportunity for individuals passionate about the field of mechanics to kick-start their careers and gain hands-on experience in a dynamic and supportive environment.”

Applications will be evaluated based on various criteria, including academic performance, relevant coursework, passion for the field, and a demonstrated commitment to learning and growth.

Candidates who successfully meet the initial screening criteria will proceed to the next stage of the selection process, which includes an interview with Brown and Hurley’s panel of mechanic experts.

“This interview is an opportunity for us to get to know you better, assess your communication skills, and delve deeper into your technical knowledge and problem-solving abilities,” Brown and Hurley said.

“We encourage you to come prepared, showcasing your passion for the field and your eagerness to contribute to real-world projects.”

Those interested in applying can view apprenticeship job openings here. Applications close on June 30.

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