A construction company is looking for new remote workers after winning a contract for an iron ore development in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.
A subsidiary of CIMIC Group recently commenced a major hiring spree for its latest role in Fortescue Metals Group’s Iron Bridge Magnetite Project, 145km south of Port Hedland.
CPB Contractors has been contracted to carry out concreting and detailed earthworks for FMG Iron Bridge’s and Formosa Steel IB’s Wet Processing Plant. Construction is expected to start before Christmas and end sometime in the year 2021. QMEB can reveal the deal is worth $128 million.
Permanent FIFO work
The following permanent full time fly-in fly-out (FIFO) positions are available:
- steel fixers
- dozer operators
- roller operators
- grader operators
- concrete workers
- excavator operators
- water cart operators
- dump truck operators.
Successful applicants will be offered a FIFO roster of 21 days on and seven days off, competitive hourly wages with penalty rates if working beyond the standard 40 hours a week. There will also be weekly accrued severance payments, annual pay rises, income protection and redeployment opportunities.
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“Our commitment is to safely and efficiently deliver these projects while maximising the benefits to local communities,” CPB managing director Diego Zumaquero said in a public statement.