Allround Mobile Plant Operator

Location: Western Australia Posted Date: August 7, 2019
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Employer Job Id: TMPRIJ201946719 Careermine Job Id: 1794403
Job highlights:

FIFO ex Perth and some regional locations
Variety of rosters available 2 & 1 : 8 & 6
Fulltime opportunities in the future

About the Role:

You will be operating various mobile plant including diggers, dozers and loaders in an iron-ore minesite production environment located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.

As a key member of a high performing team, you will play an integral role in implementing the client's production requirements. This role is fly in fly out of Perth or certain regional locations, with various rosters on offer.

Skills and Requirements:

- 12 months + experience operating in an open pit iron ore mine site or similar
- Previous experience in operating 2 or more of the following machines:

Cat Dozers D10-11
Diggers - Hitachi 3600 up to 8000
Graders - 16 and 24 (M) models
Loaders - Cat 992, 994
Hold a current Australian issued C class drivers licence (minimum)


A safety-first culture
Meals and camp accommodation provided
Lifestyle rosters
Ongoing employment opportunity with the possibility to transition to fulltime

About WorkPac

WorkPac is Australia?s leading, privately owned recruitment provider to the mining, construction, engineering, light industrial and healthcare sectors. We are proud to partner with some of the country?s leading companies to deliver rewarding permanent, contract, temporary and
traineeship recruitment opportunities.

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Sacha Rhatigan - Recruitment Coordinator

Phone Contact: (08) 6462 1119
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