For over 100 years, G.James Glass and Aluminium has grown and adapted, rising to the top of a competitive and dynamic market. Today, we employ over 2300 staff and we’re Australia’s leading Integrated Glass and Aluminium Manufacturer and contractor. With branches all across Australia, we take on an exciting, diverse range of projects. G.James does everything from high-quality, high-quantity fabrication, to monumental construction.
As a workplace, the G.James group of companies offers an impressive scope of employment opportunities from entry-level vocational opportunities to executive roles. When you’re working with G.James, you can look forward to taking part in interesting work and contributing to some of Australia’s largest and most impressive glass and aluminium projects.
G.James is a great place to work. A member of the Australian Glass and Window Association, we routinely win industry awards for our innovation. It’s easy to see that G.James takes care of its workforce and wins loyalty with the average length of tenure over 13 years. As one of the largest manufacturers in Australia, we are always searching for talent to support our corporate mandate.
As a company with a wide scope of work, we have a significant choice of employment pathways. We facilitate a range of accredited and non-accredited programs that allow us to develop and mentor both new and existing talent through upskilling, re-skilling and cross-skilling opportunities. Leveraging and retaining exceptional talent within our business is a core priority for G James.
Our Apprenticeship Program is a great way to kick-start your career and secure a pathway into our large and diverse workplace. Each year, G James undertakes a campaign to promote a range of apprenticeship opportunities across the following discipline areas:
- Glass Processing
- Mechanical Fitting
This program is designed to develop employees who feel strongly connected to our values and objectives whilst being mentored and trained by some of G James best talent.,
How We Hire
We pride ourselves on conducting an equitable and transparent recruitment process to select the best talent.
Below is an outline of what typically to expect:
- Application received (cover letter and resume)
- Phone interview
- Literacy, numerical and mechanical aptitude testing (dependent on position)
- Face-to-face interview
- Reference checking
- Medical Assessment, including alcohol and drug testing
There are minimum entry-level requirements that need to be considered before making your application to be a G James apprentice. You must:
- be an Australian Citizen or Permanent Resident (New Zealand Citizens with a minimum of 6 months residency in Australia)
- be at least 15 years of age or older at time of employment;
- have completed a minimum of Year 10 or equivalent
- proven attendance record (recent school or employment history)
- passion to master a trade and motivation to succeed
- the ability to work as part of a team
- pass a pre-employment medical examination.
How to stand out
If you have previous work experience in a manufacturing environment or completed a pre-apprenticeship program, you will have a strong application to assist in progressing through our selection criteria.