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Auto Electrician needed for German Creek Mine
They are seeking Auto Electricians for work going for 3 months that would lead into permanent position for the right person. The client is a large business that prides itself in its extensive experience in field servicing, maintenance, and emergency repair and rebuild services for more than a decade across mining, construction and civil industry.
To be considered for this role you will require;
- Current Drivers License
- Trade Qualified
- Current Coal Board Medical
- Standard 11 Induction Training
- Travelling from Rockhampton there is a crew car to travel in there and back.
- German Creek Induction will be supplied if you don’t have one.
- Mine Site experience
If you have other mine site inductions in Qld, they are happy to consider you for other shutdowns they have coming up. Please email your resume below to be considered for this position.
If you feel you have the required skills and are searching to join a professional team, please apply online now with an up to date CV.
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This is an excellent opportunity to join a dynamic mining operation that recognizes achievement and offers genuine career opportunities. Don’t forget you will need the appropriate mine site qualifications such as Standard 11 Induction TrainingApply for Auto Electrician Maintenance German Creek Mine Jobs Rockhampton
Caterpillar Haul truck 777
The Caterpillar 777 is a 100-ton haul truck, typically used in open pit mining, manufactured by Caterpillar Inc. The first model of Caterpillar 777 was introduced in 1974. Its diesel engine is capable of putting out 870 horsepower. The 777D, introduced in 1996, was powered by a 938-horsepower diesel.
This truck is one of the entry-level haul trucks most new operators will learn on. Once competent, they will move up to the larger 785, especially when working on a coal mining site.