Open cut and Underground Pump Fitter - Plant Mechanic / Heavy Vehicle

East Coast Pumps is currently looking for a self-starting, reliable, Enthusiastic Tradesman to support clients in the Hunter Valley

Open cut and Underground Pump Fitter

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Plant Mechanic or Heavy Vehicle Mechanic Cert III

East Coast Pumps is a new company servicing and repairing dewatering pumps across the hunter valley

The current positions available are for a current servicing and maintenance contract

The Current roster

  • Monday Friday Dayshift 12.5Hr shifts starting and finishing on site.

The position at East Coast Pumps is a casual position with long term work.

1x Hands on supervisor roll

  • Package:
  • Flat Hourly rate of $50.00
  • Superannuation at 9.5%
  • Long Service Leave
  • Uniforms and PPE
  • Mine spec vehicle with fuel card

East Coast Pumps are searching for the following candidates with the essential experience:

  • Certificate of proficiency in Heavy Vehicle Cert III or Plant Mechanic
  • 12 Months experience in the mining sector
  • Past experience servicing and maintaining a variety of dewatering pumps both underground and open cut

The following competencies are required but not essential.

  • Working at Heights
  • MDG25
  • High Risk (Forklift, Dogging, vehicle loading crane )
  • First Aid
  • Medical Order 41


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