FARMING SECTOR LABOURER WITH MACHINERY EXPERIENCE

Job Description

We are looking for a woman or a man who have Machinery Operator skills and experience and is prepared to also carry out labouring work associated with the laying of drainage and waterpipes. You will work with a team of skilled experienced workers and will be given the opportunity to learn new skills. This is for a permanent full-time position based in Palmerston North.
WHAT WE OFFER:
• An opportunity to join one of Manawatu’s leading Rural and Civil Infrastructure Construction Companies that has been in operation for over 55 years
• We are a family owned business and an employer that genuinely cares for its people
• Down to earth approachable management
• The opportunity for you learn new skills
• Work with a specialised team, who get on well
• An opportunity to earn a very good income
WE ARE LOOKING FOR SOMEONE WITH:
• Skills and experience in operating a range of machinery in a farming environment.
• Ability to ensure the plant you operate is maintained and operated in a safe and efficient manner.
• Minimum Class 2 NZ licence is desirable, and willing to obtain a Class 4 Licence and Wheels Tracks and Rollers if not held.
• Able to start work at 7 am and when required work a Saturday morning.
• Value good gear and know how to look after it.
• Motivation and a hard work ethic.
• Good timekeeping and reliability.
• Enjoys working in the outdoor environment.
We pay good wages in line with the industry and dependant on experience and qualifications.
Register your interest today with services@blackley.co.nz or phone 06 356 5557 to join Manawatu’s leading Civil and Rural Infrastructure Construction Company, Blackley Construction.
Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid work visa.
Successful applicants need to undergo and pass a pre-employment medical and drug screen

Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

Job type:

Full Time

Location:

Palmerston North

Listed:

04-02-2019

Closes:

08-03-2019

Reference:

77406