At MIGAS, we will take care of everything for you, from commencement to completion, so you can concentrate on securing yourself a very rewarding career – now is a great time to join our team! About the Company: Our client provides construction and engineering services to the oil and gas, metals and minerals, infrastructure and defence markets. About the Role: You will be working Monday to Friday between 7:00am to 3.00pm, plus overtime as required, including some Saturday work, all the while working towards obtaining your Certificate III in Steelfixing. What does a day as a Steelfixing Trainee look like? No day is ever the same! Your duties could include: – Dismantling and assembly of concrete molds – Handling steel fixing materials – Hand and power tool operation – Tac welding – Assisting tradesmen – Learning about complex mold structures You must have reliable transport and be available to work extended shifts as required. WHS White Card is essential. About You: The person we’re looking for enjoys hard work and is keen to undertake and commit to a 24-month traineeship. But most of all we are looking for passion and enthusiasm – the person we are looking for will have the right attitude, enjoy hands-on, physical work and must be willing to go the extra mile to impress. You will also be able to take direction, be a team player and have a genuine interest in a construction career. To apply, please send us your current resume that shows us why you’re the perfect fit for this opportunity! Be sure to visit our website and like us on Facebook to get all the news first about future opportunities, job application tips and more. MIGAS is an equal opportunity employer. Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and female applicants are strongly encouraged to apply. NB: Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Overtime (including Saturdays) will be required. To commence January