I install, maintain and repair pipes, drains, guttering and roofing on our renewable energy sites. But renewable energy isn't all about wind and solar. Hydroelectric energy is one of the best sources of clean energy. That's when it's my time to shine, moving water to generate electricity. I'm no Mario, but I do my best.


Outdoor Project Sites Physical exertion Using hands and tools to control or feel objects
Working with hands
Being creative
Leading and guiding
Solving problems
Working with people
Data and Details


  • Building and Construction  
  • Mechanical  
  • Design  
  • Mathematics  
  • Customer and Personal Service  


  • Certificate III or IV in plumbing 
  • Often part of an apprenticeship. 
  • Licensing or registration required 


  • Salary 11% lower than the average of all Australian occupations 
  • Strong future demand expected 
*Average of all Australian occupations

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Discover the wonders of electricity & renewable energy

Upper Primary

Grade 5 & 6

Students explore the basics of electricity. Students will learn how electrical energy can be transferred and transformed in electrical circuits.

Lower Secondary

Grade 7 & 8

Students explore how energy sources such as the sun and wind can be harnessed to produce electricity, and ways to store it.