General/Skilled Labourer

Hawkes Bay / Gisborne
Temporary

Job Description:

Tradestaff

We have a unique opportunity available for a construction labourer/Skilled or Hammerhand with a strong and reputable company who are looking for a helping hand on site to help complete a fit-out of a commercial building and learn a few new skills along the way in Gisborne.

-Get paid well while you learn!

Tradestaff would like to hear from anyone who is interested in general/skilled labouring or hammerhands welcome to apply, who are keen and have a passion for building who wants to be involved in a new project.

The job is on-going and the work is at all stages from set out, to framing to final fix/finishing work and it has the opportunity to go for longer than the timeframe.

What Tradestaff can do for you!

Suitable for All Carpentry Backgrounds

40 hours per week

Reliable weekly Pay

Top quality working conditions

PPE Provided

Consistency, flexibility, and career progression

Work alongside industry leaders

We pay you weekly with holiday pay, sick leave, and stat holidays

Long term or short-term placements

Construct Safe/Site Safe courses available We pride ourselves with looking after our team on sites with Health and Safety at the forefront of everything we do, we have a great company culture who encourage career development and progression.

What do we need from you to be successful for this role?

Passion for learning in construction

Preferable with at least 1 year+ experience in a similar industry

A great work ethic and reliability

A great work ethic and reliability

Attention to detail

The ability and confidence to complete the job to a high standard

The skills to produce consistent high-quality work

The ability to follow the supervisor’s direction and open to learning Applicants for this position should currently be in NZ and have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

If you are looking to take the next step in your career, please call our office on 06 834 4650 for a chat

Construction

Tradestaff

Posted on: 

17/07/2022