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Celebrating its 30th Anniversary in 2018, Airmaster has grown to have 12 branches around Australia including offices in all capital cities and many regional centres. Airmaster is an industry leader with a 700 strong workforce made up of technicians, apprentices, engineering and support staff.
As a single-source technical services provider, Airmaster has a geographically and technically-diverse workforce meaning that when customers engage Airmaster, they only deal with Airmaster people.
Due to regular continued growth, we constantly have new and varying positions available right across Australia.
As well an ongoing commitment to employing apprentices, Airmaster has long been an industry leader in workplace gender equality.
Our staff are fully-trained and work closely with our technology partners to integrate ground-breaking technology to improve building services operations, efficiency and performance.
We offer a great working environment and a remuneration package to commensurate with your skills and experience.
If you are interested in becoming a valued member of the Airmaster team, there are various roles available now, so please view current positions available on Seek, or send us an expression of interest.
Designed to help reach your goals, the Airmaster apprenticeship program provides the support and flexibility needed throughout your training.
We offer a wide scope of industry career opportunities and currently have one intake at the commencement of each year, with interviews generally held in October.
We would encourage you to apply if you are looking for an influential company that values a dynamic and progressive approach to today's industry challenges.
Airmaster’s apprentices and young staff members are among the most talented in the industry, and continue to be recognised through awards such as Box Hill TAFEs Apprentice of the Year and the ARBS Young Achiever awards.
Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP)
Airmaster's support of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities has seen the company embark on a Reconciliation journey accumulating in a Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). In mid-2018 Airmaster held comprehensive cultural awareness programs and Welcome to Country / Acknowledgement of Country Ceremonies across the company's main branches. Airmaster's RAP prepared under the Reconciliation Australia framework sets out several actions that will help us to build a better, more supportive relationship with Australia's First Peoples.