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Auto Electricians - 2/1 - Permanent Positions in WA

Job Title: Auto Electricians - 2/1 - Permanent Positions in WA
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Hobart, Tasmania
Industry:
Salary: AU$160000 - AU$161000 per annum + super + holidays + benefits
Start Date: 16/8/18
Reference: 200008473_1534397667
Contact Name: James Carmody
Contact Email: james.carmody@ftworkforce.com.au
Job Published: August 16, 2018 15:34

Job Description

Who we are:

FT Workforce (Formerly Final Trim) is a leading Australian owned and operated Trades Sourcing and Labour Hire business with head-quarters in Perth and offices in Brisbane & Sydney, specialising in Construction, Mining, Civils, Rail and Trades recruitment.


What we are looking for:

We are currently looking for trade qualified, mobile plant experienced Auto Electricians for 2/1 roster permanent employment opportunities within Western Australia's Mining Industry. Our client, a respected mining maintenance and operations contractor, has numerous positions available for Auto Electricians on their various contracts across the state.

Job details:

  • Permanent Auto Electrician positions
  • $55.00 p/h, 12 hour days
  • 2/1 Roster (circa $160,159pa + super)
  • Holiday Leave, Sick Leave
  • Good camp facilities, Fly in and out Thursdays
  • Immediate start opportunities (notice periods ok)

What you need:

  • Australian Recognised Trade Certificate
  • Valid Driver's License
  • Extensive trade experience performing auto electrical repairs and maintenance, breakdown and fault-finding on construction and mining mobile plant
  • Exposure to Caterpillar, Komatsu, Hitachi, Liebherr, Volvo earthmoving equipment ideal
  • Agricultural, Light Vehicle and Military Tradesmen are encouraged to apply
  • Ability to pass full medical and drug and alcohol screen

If you are interested in these opportunities please email me at james.carmody@ftworkforce.com.au or apply through the Seek Apply Now Button.

Thank you, James Carmody

Senior Trades Consultant

FT Workforce, Western Australia