Career Pathways with Think Water

We offer a range of challenging and rewarding career pathways to school leavers and industry specialists alike. We’re always looking for motivated individuals to join our team of water specialists. Collectively, our members employ more than 400 staff members ranging from sales staff right through to installation technicians. At Think Water we invest in our staff and believe that training is an essential component of our success.

Click here to view our current job opportunities or submit your resume to our database.

Think Water Online Learning

All employed Think Water staff have access to our online training platform. We have incentives ­­­in place to encourage self-managed education within our team. The Think Water Online Learning Platform gives access to training options provided by industry leaders in the technical and practical applications across the water management industry.

Think Water School

Think Water facilitates a yearly 6-day training course open to all staff. The course is designed to benefit both new and existing employees in the irrigation, filtration and pumping industry. Students can achieve several units towards their chosen career pathways including the Certificate III in Irrigation from the course.

“I honestly thought the course was great. Anyone thinking of joining the irrigation game that is a part of Think Water should attend. The Irrigation Hydraulics unit and presenter were great, and I can personally relate a lot of the formulas and workings to jobs that I am involved with. It was great learning about costings for business, store layouts and general knowledge regarding customers and their demands. On the whole, I highly recommend this course to anyone pursuing their carrier in irrigation.” David Ellis – THINK WATER Dubbo

Think Water Cadetship

To encourage and support school leavers and the younger generation all Think Water stores offer a Cadetship program. This is a structured work and education employment opportunity in partnership with Think Water and the Federal Government under the Critical Skills Investment Fund. Applicants must be an enrolled student in years 10-12 and be available for weekend and holiday work.

Think Water Traineeship

Upon completing a Think Water Cadetship or graduating from school applicants may apply to take on a Traineeship with Think Water. The Traineeship involves several different career pathways within the industry and can be completed in conjunction with an industry apprenticeship.