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Heavy Earthmoving Operators - AUSTRALIA

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Operations (other)

Status: Expired

Recruiting Heavy Earthmoving Equipment Operators for permanent Excavator Operator and Dump Truck Operator roles for various Clients across Queensland. Camp accomodation provided, including meals, while on swing

Job Details

Location: Australia

Salary: A$130,000 / A$40ph

Working Locations: Site

Posted: 23/02/2012 12:00:00

Expires: 23/04/2012 12:00:00

Key Requirements

Key Duties:

• The operation of heavy earthmoving equipment in a safe and productive manner

• Active and positive participation in all toolbox and pre-start meetings

• Ensuring pre-starts conducted on machinery are done carefully and thoroughly

These are permanent positions with the benefit of sick and annual leave entitlements

Competitive salaries and various shift patterns

Paid flights from and to Brisbane

Job Description



Key Skills / Experience

• Experience on heavy earthmoving equipment including mine sized excavators, dozers or graders

• Recent mine site experience

• Experience and acceptance of shift work and FIFO lifestyle

• A current coal board medical and a generic coal board induction is desirable

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