Amrick currently has job opportunities for highly skilled and experienced Construction Labourers to assist on multiple projects at various stages throughout Victoria.
Ideally you will have a minimum of 2 years onsite construction experience however we will happily discuss opportunities for those who are starting out in this industry.
Onsite duties can range from basic site preparation/maintenance, assisting trades on site, working independently through assigned tasks, unloading/loading deliveries, various miscellaneous tasks delegated by the supervisor and operating power tools confidently whilst working in a safety conscious manner.
Valid (Red/White Card)
Proficiency with hand and power tools
Strong communication skills
Own transport is an advantage otherwise you must be willing to travel using public transport
Additional tickets (Traffic, Working with Children etc) beneficial but not mandatory
Immediate start available
Full time, part time or casual contract options
Leave entitlements on full/part time engagements
Base package + super + allowances (overtime rates when applicable)
Weekly pay cycle
Ongoing work available
Projects will include a variety of schools, offices, retail spaces, commercial and residential sites allowing exposure to all aspects of construction work.
If you are interested and meet the requirements above, please apply by responding to this job ad with your resume and you’ll be contacted soon after.
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This job vacancy was been posted over 40 days ago, but is still active and currently accepting new applications.
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Amrick Specialist Contractors
Member since: September 2018