Western Stabilisers Pty Ltd is currently seeking two Stabiliser Operators to join their road construction crew. Based in the WA Wheatbelt, Corrigin is 226 km east of Perth and we offer the benefits of being based in this great little country town together with also working in different parts of WA.
This is a great opportunity to work as part of a small committed team AND add new skills and experience to your CV which can secure your long term employment. This position is NOT FIFO/DIDO or BIBO, Corrigin is where the job is based. You will be required to source your own accommodation while in Corrigin. When staying away from base Western Stabilisers covers the accommodation and meals, majority of the work is away from Corrigin.
Minimum Requirements for Stabiliser / Machine operator:
• Current Valid UNRESTRICTED HR Licence (HC or Above an advantage)
• Safety Awareness Card / White Card
• Ability to pass a health assessment and Drug and Alcohol Screen
• Commercial Drivers Medical, or be willing to obtain.
If this sounds like the job you have been looking for and you:
Are reliable and have a strong work ethic
Are a self-starter with the right attitude
Are flexible and able to work as required (Must be able to work weekends when required)
Like the gypsy lifestyle that has you working in various country location
We'd love to hear from you!
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Western Stabilisers Pty Ltd
Member since: September 2019
Western Stabilisers Pty Ltd (WSPL) is a family owned company that has a soil stabilisation, mechanical, engineering, hydraulic and tyre division.
WSPL prides itself in and enjoys achieving the best outcome for its customers. In 2007 WSPL relocated from Perth to Corrigin, in the Central Wheat belt in order to enable them to be more accessible to a wider range of clients and closer to many of their existing customers.
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