Why join Sell and Parker

We are a family owned and operated business. From establishment to today, Ross Parker has had his sons Luke and Morgan Parker and his son-in-law Craig Ley as integral parts of the business.

At Sell and Parker we value diversity and our 200 plus employees across our six locations are able to bring their different backgrounds and unique perspectives to our collaborative environment, and are supported to share ideas, initiatives, talent and energy- making a positive impact on colleagues, customers and our business.

At Sell and Parker our employees are part of the family they are key to our strength and on-going success and we are committed to the development and growth of our family.

Sell and Parker team derives its strength from the following areas of its operations:


  • Labourers
  • Cleaners
  • Machine Operators
  • Truck Drivers


  • Mechanical
  • Electrical
  • Engineering
  • Welding and Oxy Cutting




  • Work, Health and Safety
  • Human Resources
  • Environmental Management
  • Property Management
  • Law
  • Finance
  • Information Technology
  • Administration


The program ranges over a four years depending on whether you are commencing or have already commenced your apprenticeship, the program is for students who have recently completed their Higher School Certificate, and people with a passion for Mechanical Engineering who are looking to attain or complete their trade qualification.

The program combines on the job training in paid employment with formal technical training. Apprentices have the opportunity to pursue a long term career in mechanical or electrical trade.

Apprentices will be trained on the wide range of Sell and Parker heavy equipment and will have the opportunity to work across a range of sites and facilities.

The program includes:

  • Nationally Recognised Trade Qualification
  • Coaching, mentoring and feedback from trade experts
  • Buddying from trade experts

Our apprentices represent employees who are committed to their trade. They are focused on developing key technical skills needed to themselves be a trade expert.

To register your interest in either commencing or finalising your apprenticeship with Sell and Parker email [email protected]


The program ranges from 12-18 months promotes on-the-job learning, provides cadets with rotational opportunities through every nonferrous area of our business and is supported by a structured training program. Our focus is to provide and cultivate non-ferrous knowledge and leadership skills. During the final part of the program, cadets are placed in a supervisory position to gain real world experience.

The program includes:

  • Rotation through our six (6) NSW sites
  • Formal and informal training in metallurgy, sales and operations management
  • Coaching, mentoring and feedback
  • Buddying from industry professionals

Our cadets represent individuals who are excited about their future and ours. They are focused on knowledge development, career progression and open to promotion and relocation. The Cadetship is a program designed to obtain a broad view of the nonferrous operations of the company while developing personal skills and interests. In addition, cadets are assigned exciting, challenging projects that will stretch their capabilities and allow them to work with some of the most talented, knowledgeable functional experts in the industry.

The Cadetship is highly structured and, at the completion of each rotation, trainees will complete formal projects and receive feedback on their performance. Trainees will work with functional experts and senior leaders to gain inspiring perspectives on the direction we need to move to shape our business in the future.

Sell and Parker accept applications all year round for the program to register your interest with Sell and Parker, email [email protected]


The cadetship ranges from 6-12 months, promotes on-the-job learning and is supported by informal and formal training. Cadets are provided with rotational opportunities through every area of our company gaining valuable industry exposure to sales. Our focus is to provide and cultivate knowledge and leadership skills. Our cadets are hardworking, and they themselves are focused on knowledge development, career progression and open to promotion and relocation.

Based in Blacktown and potentially covering various locations including Sydney and regional NSW. This position will be responsible for maximising the profitability of the NSW Non Ferrous business by actively identifying, pursuing and converting Non Ferrous scrap metal arising’s and opportunities throughout NSW. Other responsibilities include:

  • Building clear lines of communication and effective relationships with customers that translates into successful commercial outcomes.
  • Gathering and use of market intelligence on scrap industry.
  • Effectively participate in tender and major contract negotiations relating to your specific customer base.
  • Project management of offsite processing, loading and transport of scrap from time to time in consultation with relevant Yard Manager and Group Operations Manager.

The program includes:

  • Formal and informal training in metallurgy sales
  • Coaching, mentoring and feedback from industry professionals
  • Buddying with members of the Senior Sales Team
  • Networking
  • Long term career progression

Sell and Parker accept applications all year round for the program to register your interest with Sell and Parker, email [email protected]

We have over 200 employees and physical assets in excess of $120 million, including yards at Blacktown, Banksmeadow, Ingleburn, Coffs Harbour, Nowra and Newcastle. Our 6 branches service the east coast from the Victorian border to the tip of NSW! Our growth has been built on our fine and enduring relationships with our suppliers and customers. We are the dominant buyer of demolition scrap in Sydney and we also service a large number of manufacturers throughout Sydney.