Boilermaker, Macmahon Maintenance Masters
Jayden Cody is one of our newest Macmahon Maintenance Masters employees. Starting only three months ago after completing his apprenticeship as a boilermaker, Jayden is no stranger to Macmahon. During his apprenticeship, Jayden contracted to Macmahon for two years at Tropicana before making the move across as a permanent employee.
“Getting this role and making the move straight out of my apprenticeship was a huge achievement and I’m really proud of myself. It has been a big step up from where I was and Macmahon have supported me and trusted the skills I have developed. Making the move across to Macmahon as part of the Macmahon Maintenance Masters team has been driven by wanting to work for an employer that can provide job security, good rates while knowing they look after their staff,” he said.
Since starting with Macmahon, Jayden has learnt that he can trust his skills to problem solve and diagnose. “I often work by myself which has built my confidence to know I can get the job done,” he said.
Currently working a 2:1 roster at our Tropicana site, Jayden speaks highly of the crews he works with who have helped the transition seamless. “I knew the guys on site from my previous role, I know how they like to work and how Macmahon operates. The comradery we have is great,” he said. Jayden is constantly learning from those around him, soaking up skills and knowledge from fellow tradespeople to advance his career at Macmahon.
Based in Kalgoorlie, Jayden really values his R&R spending time with his young family, parents and sisters. “Macmahon value work-life balance, having a family friendly roster makes FIFO worth it. There’s nothing better than fly-out day knowing I have the whole next week with my family.” If Jayden isn’t spending time with his family, he’s playing for the local Boulder Tigers footy team or keeping fit in the gym.