#Job – Auto Electrician – Diggers and Drills – FIFO Perth

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PROGRAMMED Skilled Workforce are urgently seeking a qualified Auto Electrician with previous surface mining experience; including load and haul and working on diggers and drills. The successful candidate will be FIFO from Perth or DIDO from Karratha. This is an ongoing 2:1 roster with an industry leading Iron Ore company based in the Pilbara.

Applications will only be considered by those who meet the below minimum requirements:

Selection Criteria:

  • Australian Recognised Trade Qualification
  • WA Electrical Licence
  • HV Switching ticket (desirable)
  • Current Driver’s Licence
  • High Risk Work Licence
  • Previous experience is essential within a mining environment
  • Strong commitment to safety
  • Be able to pass pre-employment medical and drug & alcohol screens
  • Hold valid working rights within Australia

This is an ongoing 2:1 roster that may lead to permanency. Long mine-life with a lot of opportunity on offer for a hardworking and reliable candidate. Work with a welcoming and friendly crew on a wide variety of equipment.

Great accommodation facilities are available at this site with access to a fully equipped gym, swimming pool, tennis/basketball court.

Pay rates will depend on your experience, further information will be provided when you apply.

Indigenous and female applicants are encouraged to apply

Successful applicants would be required to provide two contactable referees’ and be able to meet Pre-employment medical and drug screen criteria prior to commencement.


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