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WesTrac is looking at another hugely successful year in 2021 with major projects in the pipeline. As a result of this ongoing growth, we have opportunities for multiple qualified Boilermaker / Welders at South Guildford.
In this position you will join a team environment with a diverse workforce in completing boilermaker and welding work across new machines and machine rebuilds. Whether you are highly experienced or newly qualified, if you are focused on safety and quality, have a growth mindset and strong work ethic, we want to hear from you.
These positions are permanent full time, working Monday to Friday, 8 hour days with optional overtime (and plenty of it!).
What we offer:
- Supportive team environment working with people who love what they do
- Be partnered with a buddy from day one
- A wide variety of work that will ensure you remain engaged
- 40 hour work week with extensive optional OT
- Refer a friend program – work alongside your mates and receive $1000 for each successful referral
To be successful the following is required:
- Australian Recognized Boilermaker Welder Trade Certification
- Current high-risk licence – forklift, dogging and rigging
- Understanding of the importance of safety and quality work, and looking out for the safety of yourself and team
- Demonstrate the WesTrac SPARC values of Safety, Pride, Accountability, Respect and Customer in your everyday behaviours & actions
- Experience with large mining equipment including dozers, off highway trucks, graders, drills and excavators and ancillary parts
- Computer literate, able to use work management systems and read engineering drawings
As part of the selection process the shortlisted candidates will be invited to participate in a weld test.
If you are interested in joining a progressive company with significant growth in the pipeline, click the ‘Apply’ button today!
Applications close Sunday 25 April, 2021.
WesTrac Pty Ltd is committed to achieving a diverse and engaged workforce. We are an equal opportunity employer and encourage applications from female, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island candidates.