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May

Plant Operator, Fixed

WORKPAC GUNNEDAH - Port Hedland, WA

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***FIXED PLANT OPERATOR VACANCIES***

WorkPac has an entry level opportunity in the Operations Team at the Rio Tinto Ports Cape Lambert. We are seeking enthusiastic applicants who are looking to build a career starting with the following duties: Plant Washdown, Bobcat Operation, skid steer Operation, Ship Mooring, Plant monitoring and reporting.

- Residential to; Wickham, Roebourne and Point Sampson ONLY
- 5:5:4 alternating shift roster
- Days and Nights
-12.5 hour shifts

Duties:
-Inspections
-General Clean up
-Fault Finding and plant resets
-Operation of stackers & reclaimers
-Operator of train loadout

The ideal candidate will have the following skills/tickets
- C-Class manual drivers licence - is a MUST
--Right to Work in Australia
- MSIC (or the ability to obtain one)
- Bobcat ticket (or be willing to obtain one)
- Experience previously in a similar roles is highly desirable but not essential
- Commitment to safe workplace behaviours
- Physically fit
- Good working attitude
- Enjoy working outdoors

This is a highly physical role that requires manual handling and repetitive lifting / movement, often in hot extreme conditions , which should be considered by candidates before applying. This is a Wickham, Roebourne and Point Sampson ONLY.

Apply Now Online
Click onto the apply button. For more information contact:

  • Caroline Folan - Recruitment Coordinator
    WorkPac - Rio Tinto Project Services
    Contact Number 08 9159 66 87
  • Reference no TMPRIJ202160190

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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.