Charles Hull Contracting is committed to assisting local communities through employment opportunities and building relationships with community organisations to make a positive impact.
Contributions are made through sponsorship and support of local projects that have ongoing benefits to the communities in which we work.
We offer a variety of apprenticeships across various maintenance facilities, employing directly from our local communities to provide local employment for the youth.
Suitable candidates are trained and mentored towards a trade qualification, gaining hands on vital knowledge and experience.
Charles Hull Contracting are an equal opportunity employer and offer apprenticeships including boilermaker, auto electrician, heavy diesel mechanic & light vehicle mechanic.
Boddington Lions rodeo
Boddington Lion's club is recognised as the largest rodeo in Western Australia is successfully run annually on the first Saturday in November each year. Charles Hull Contracting are proud to be a sponsor of the rodeo and have also provided earthmoving assistance when needed.
In the 2009 /2010 season Charles Hull Contracting became involved in a program with "Kimberley Training Group" and "Ocean and Earth Training" to take 12 participants and provide them with practical hands on experience with a range of equipment, as well as the theoretical component that covers life skills such as first aid, money management. The course was a success with many participants commencing full time employment in the industry."
Schools, sporting groups and community associations
Charles Hull Contracting has always supported local community sports clubs, schools and events. This exists through sponsorship funding, or materials or transport being supplied for special projects. Recipients include Waroona Football club, Boddington Arts Council, Boddington Bowling Club, Quindanning Picnic Race Club, Waroona Lions Club, Waroona Basketball Association, Pinjarra Senior High School, Murray District Rifle Association, Central District Axeman's association, Waroona District High School, Waroona Bowling Club, Children’s Leukaemia, Boddington Football club, Yarloop Primary school and many more.
Volunteer bush fire brigades
For many years, Charles Hull Contracting and its employees assist the local volunteer fire brigades with machinery and equipment to support their efforts to protect our communities from threatening fires.
Yarloop Steam Railway Workshops
Situated on the site of the first timber mill in the Yarloop area, the workshops began operations in 1901 and closed in 1978. The workshops demonstrated early manufacturing and production techniques used in the south west. Charles Hull Contracting were proud to have supported the workshops and the volunteers who maintained them. The workshops were destroyed in the devastating bushfires in 2016.
Waroona Anglican Op Shop
In 2014, Charles Hull Contracting were proud to have supported the Op Shop by funding and managing the building of a new purpose built Op Shop in Waroona. It was needed to replace an old shed which was no longer workable. The project has been a great success and has ensured the sustainability of the important service they provide to the district with an increase in volunteer numbers and turnover.