Trainee Machine Operator

Trainee Machine Operator

1St Call Recruitment

Trainee Machine Operator

Details of the offer

We are looking for 3 full crews to join our client on the port. This is a new position so all training will be provided to operate the machines. This role will include manual labour, operating a variety of machines, communicating with truck drivers, being very Health and Safety aware and driving company utes. To be considered for the role you MUST have your restricted car license or higher, be able to pass regular urine based drug tests, enjoy working as part of a team, good at communicating and we willing to take part in continuous training. We have 3 shifts available to can suit all lifestyles, 3am-11.30am Monday - Friday 11.30am-7pm Monday-Friday 6am-4pm Saturday and Sunday There is the opportunity to pick up the weekend shifts however would also suit someone looking for part time work. If this sounds like you then give us a call now on 0800463675 or apply online with a copy of your CV. Must be able to start next week!

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