Max People are looking for Civil Labourers for a Drainage Infrastructure renewal project in Christchurch.
You will be joining the crew of experience drainage operators and civil labourers working on a wastewater mains replacement project. You will be assisting on all aspects of the project including, trenching, assisting drain laying and other general civil construction roles.
Opportunities for operating work for those with WTR endorsements!
$22.00 - $26.00 Wages; $27.00 - $31.00 Contracting based on skillsets
What's in it for you:
Long term, ongoing work
Drainage Apprenticeship potential
Upskilling and Progression within Civil Construction
4 hours pay when rained off
Both Labouring and Operating roles available!
What you'll be doing:
Working within subdivision drainage and roading crews
Assisting the final stages of the subdivision, digging holes, installing drainage and other live services
Installing drainage systems to code
Digging trenches and levelling to required meterage
Working along site machine operators and drainage crew members
Laying and sealing piping
Operating machinery for those with licence/experience
What we need from you:
Previous civil construction experience
Valid Site Safe Passport beneficial
WTR endorsement advantageous but not required
Ability to pass pre-employment drug and MOJ checks
Keen to progress in all things Civil Construction? Apply online NOW!
ALL APPLICANTS MUST HAVE THE LEGAL RIGHT TO WORK IN NEW ZEALAND
About the Business -
Max People Is a Construction Recruitment Business Specialising in Providing Outsourcing Labour-Hire Solutions to New Zealand's Leading Construction Companies in The Civil, Commercial and Residential Sectors Throughout New Zealand.
We Offer Temporary and Permanent Recruitment Services, as well as Structured, Motivated, Managed Labour Teams. Through Our Sister Company Max Projects, We Deliver Carpentry Work Packages in The Civil, Commercial and Residential Sectors Throughout New Zealand.
Long Term, Ongoing Work
Drainage Apprenticeship Potential
Upskilling and Progression Within Civil Construction