People working in Civil Construction in NSW share why Civil Construction is a great choice for a Career!

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Thinking about Civil Construction?

Thinking about a great start in your career choices. Think about a Career in Civil Construction in NSW.

Introduction to Civil Construction

Young people working in Civil Construction Introduce why working in civil construction is a cgreeat choice.

Could you be Driving Plant?

Could you be driving PLANT? If you are a young person looking for great career opportunities YOU should be thinking about Civil as a great start for your career.

A Very quick snapshot of what  Civil Construction is about.

Become a Plant Operator in NSW Civil Construction

The Plant Operator sits in and controls all the mobile heavy machines you see moving earth on constructions sites – we call machines plant.

Become a Leading Hand in NSW Civil Construction

The first step in managing people, a Leading Hand will look after a small civil work team of up to 15 people.

Become a Site Hand in NSW Civil Construction

Site Hand is the core of the team and a great place to start your career in civil. They do all the jobs on a civil construction site that do not require specialists.

Become a Surveyor in NSW Civil Construction

A Surveyor measures the land. Involved in preparing all the plans and setting up of civil projects, but also very important in the build period to make sure it’s all going to plan.

Discover the VET pathway to join NSW Civil Construction

Vocational Learning and Vocational Education and Training (VET), which include Australian School-based Apprenticeships, can be undertaken by secondary students.

Become an Estimator in NSW Civil Construction

Using your experience and some science, you will build up the real price for a supplied scope of work.

Learn to be a Site Supervisor in NSW Civil Construction

These key people ensure the safety, efficiency and logistics of a particular worksite. They ensure what happens on site is planned, and that everyone who needs to know things does. Leading Hands report to them.

Learn to be a Civil Engineer in NSW Civil Construction

Designer, constructor and problem solver of all things civil infrastructure. Put the theory learned in a degree to practice building and maintain civil infrastructure.

Salary Range $75k to $250k

What to do after finishing high school, Civil Construction

Discover the opportunities for young people in NSW Civil Construction

Become a Road Constructor in NSW Civil Construction

From preparing the foundations, laying the base, to topping with concrete or asphalt, a Road Constructor builds the side streets and motorways we all drive on.

Become a Bridge Constructor in NSW Civil Construction

Become a bridge constructor in the NSW Civil Construction Industry. A bridge constructor gets to prepare for, construct and commission all the bridges big and small that we drive on, walk on and that trains go over

Become a Pipe Layer in NSW Civil Construction

Become a PIPE LAYER the NSW Civil Construction Industry. A Pipe Layer excavates and places all different types of pipes in the ground using a variety of hand tools, trenching machines, and earthmoving plant.

Become a Plant Mechanic in NSW Civil Construction

The earthmoving and other plant (machines) we use have diesel and hybrid engines, hydraulics, electrical systems, computers, even SATNAV. They do hard work and need to be constantly maintained.

Become a Project Manager in NSW Civil Construction

Become a PROJECT MANAGER in the NSW Civil Construction Industry. Experienced PM’s make sure the job gets done on time, under cost, and to the right quality. Their job is to think about the problems before they happen!

Why YOU should join NSW Civil Construction Industry

CCF NSW Schools visits officer shares her insights about her experience of telling NSW Highschool Students WHY working in Civil construction is a great career choice for school leavers!