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About Our Client
Our client operates hard rock, sand and gravel quarries. These quarry materials are used as key ingredients in the manufacturer of products like concrete and asphalt, which are essential construction materials. They help build homes, schools, hospitals, factories, water or sewerage systems, railways and roads.
What You Will Be Doing
You will be responsible for operating a weighbridge and printing dockets for trucks, operating a front end loader to load trucks and working unsupervised on a daily basis. Our client is currently moving out a large amount of rock products before crushing and production of more materials will commence. This position has the opportunity to go permanent and they are working 8 hours per day with some over time and hours can be increased when production commences again. Experience on front end loaders is not required and training will be provided on the job.
Normal Time $45.00
Time and a Half $63.00
Double Time $81.00
What You Need
Ability to pass a medical and D&A screening
On The Job Training
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Job Reference: 764J202176374
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|Job title:||Weighbridge Operator|
|Location:||Regional WA - Port Hedland, Karratha & Pilbara, Regional WA|
|Industry:||Demolition, Excavation Construction and Architecture|