Industrial Blaster – Painter QLD Mining
At Tincone they pride there selves on Safety and Quality Work, there management style will ensure the clients’ needs and questions are serviced promptly. The team at Tincone believes there capabilities to provide experienced, reliable and honest workforce to the Clients is by delivering value and delighting them through quality products and services..
They are currently seeking suitably qualified and eager ready candidates to join the Tincone team for shutdown contracts local to Mackay.
Positions are DIDO Mackay or local to site and no FIFO positions are available
Ideal applicants will possess the following
- Recent Blast / Painting experience (2 years) – (essential)
- Current Coal Board Medical
- BMA Site Inductions (desirable)
- Construction Induction (White Card)
- Working at Heights
- Confined Space
- Current Drivers License
- Trade Certificate – Certificate III (desirable)
- MSIC Card (desirable)
- High Risk License for EWP and Forklift (desirable)
- Strong attitude towards safety
- Ability to work unsupervised and in a team
A Pre-Employment medical (including Drug & Alcohol test) are further requirements of this position.
Please apply via seek or forward your resume to email@example.com with detailed work experience along with 3 current work referees.
Due to the high volume of applications, only suitable candidates will be contacted. Tincone is an equal opportunity employer and promotes safety at all times.
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