Factory Hand Galvaniser Night Shift & Day Shift, Hamilton, Qjumpers

Published 2022-06-30
Expires 2022-07-30
ID #1066282884
Factory Hand Galvaniser Night Shift & Day Shift, Hamilton, Qjumpers
New Zealand, Waikato, Hamilton,
Published June 30, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Factory hand galvaniser night shift & day shift

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Full Time
Application Closes 25 Jul 2022
Waikato - Te Rapa
Laborer and Freight, Stock and Material Mover, Hand

We are on the hunt for enthusiastic, dedicated factory hand’s to join our galvanising team in Hamilton. A hands-on role working alongside a team, you will work on a range of tasks within a factory environment; this includes steel pre-treatment and prepping for processing through the factory, through to acid operations, zinc dipping, and finally working with steel post treatment. 

What we offer YOU:

Great team culture and environment where YOU are valued
46.5 hour week 
Time and a half paid over 48.5 hours 
Training opportunities to develop your skills
Active social club with a range of fun events
Well established and reputable NZ company
Pay and staff benefits discussed on application

You will be:

A good sort, get on with everyone
Used to working in a physical job
Safe at work and care about others safety
Good at solving problems and think ahead
Have an eye for quality 
Reliable and turn up every day on time
Motivated with a great attitude
A team player
Able to work in NZ without working visa restrictions

Skills & Experience

Skills (advantageous but not compulsory)

Forklift license
Overhead Gantry Crane
Working with chemicals
H&S training

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