Our client is a highly regarded private company and a recognised leader in the Australian steel fabrication and construction industry. They provide steel design, fabrication and construction services to the civil, mining, oil and gas sectors Australia wide. Supported with Naval Base workshop facilities and large plant their services include full design, procurement, engineering, fabrication, installation and commissioning.About the position:
Our client is seeking a highly motivated and outgoing candidate with storeman experience in a fabrication workshop.
Someone that can work individually as the Storeperson is the sole Storeperson, there is no back up to this role aside from the Drivers and a couple forklift operators.
This right candidate will need to work Monday – Friday and all Saturdays, we are wanting someone who has worked in fabrication and understands welders, grinders, oxy cutting and can fix these items when needed. They are only basic such as replacing drill bits and blades on grinders.
The right candidate will also need to be thick skinned, as they will be dealing with multiple personalities in the workshop. Ideally we are wanting someone that will be able to “diffuse” situations and be a problem solver.
To be successful you must possess the following qualities and training/certification.
What is on offer:
- LF license
- C Class Drivers Licence
- Minimum 3 years experience relative to a Fabrication Workshop environment
- Knowledge on Welding Consumables
- Must be Reliable
- Must work well unsupervised
- Must be switched on, keen, enthusiastic and proactive
- Attractive hourly rate
- Ongoing role
- A potential full-time role for the right candidate
- Work with an industry leader
- Weekly Payroll
- 10hr days – Mon – Fri
- 6hr - Saturday
- ASAP Start
- Onsite Parking
- Naval Base Location
If you are interested and meet the above criteria then please APPLY NOW!!!!!
Sure People Solutions is an equal opportunity employer and encourage everyone to apply
All SPS staff undergo pre-employment drug and alcohol screening