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Heavy Duty Fitter

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  • 3 MONTH CONTRACT WITH VIEW TO EXTENSION

  • PILBARA LOCATION

  • ROSTER 8:6 DAYS, 7:7 NIGHTS

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About the Role
WorkPac is currently seeking a highly experienced fixed plant Mechanical Fitter to be part of a busy and diverse team. The successful candidate will be responsible to deliver mechanical maintenance services as directed by the supervisor. You will be required to respond to breakdown activities ensuring plant is returned to an operational status as efficiently as possible. Previous Mining/fixed plant FIFO shutdown experience would be a great advantage.

Skills & Experience Required

  • 3+ years recent Fitter experience

  • Mechanical Fitter Trade Certificate

  • Current Australian 'C' class driver licence

  • HR Drivers Licence (preferred)

  • High Risk Licence - WP Class (preferred)

  • Confined Space Certificate (preferred)

  • Working at Heights Certificate (preferred)

About WorkPac
WorkPac is Australiaâs leading, privately owned recruitment provider to the mining, construction, engineering, light industrial and healthcare sectors. We are proud to partner with some of the countryâs leading companies to deliver rewarding permanent, contract, temporary and traineeship recruitment opportunities

At WorkPac, we recognise we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and we encourage applications from women and Indigenous people.



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Barb Hines

Recruitment co-ordinator

Western Region

64621103

Job Code: TMPRIJ202058631

Job title: Heavy Duty Fitter
Contract type: Casual
Location: Regional WA - Port Hedland, Karratha & Pilbara, Regional WA
Industry: Fitting and Welding Trades and Services
Job expiry: 2021-01-28
Reference: TMPRIJ202058631

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