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CoreStaff South Australia
AdelaideCorestaff SA are seeking electricians for a FIFO role. Flights, accommodation and meal allowance supplied.
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AdelaideINSELEC Group are chasing motivated and experienced Electricians for a solar farm project in Port Augusta SA - approx $3995/wk gross + LAHA
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Mega Watt Power
Coffs Harbour & North CoastMega Watt Power seeks Electricians to join our QLD FIFO teams.
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BrisbaneINSELEC Group are chasing motivated and experienced Electricians for a solar farm project in Chinchilla QLD - approx $3200/wk gross + LAHA/Accom
Coober Pedy & Outback SAUse your Electrician experience to help our Client complete their Industrial/Construction Project in the Woomera region.
4 x Construction Electricians | $40.00 Per Hour & OT & Super | Lismore Central
Lismore & Far North CoastThis week ri-kroot are looking to employ 4 x commercial electricians for a 4 month construction project in Lismore, immediate starts available.
SENIOR ELECTRICIAN & ELECTRICIANS
Newcastle, Maitland & HunterBecker Mining Australia is currently seeking a Senior Electrician and Electrician to join our team based in the Newcastle region.
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Being an electrical apprentice can be tough work, but sticking to it and learning will leave you rewarded
Certificate II in Electrotechnology
Less than a year
Medium (20-199 employees)
The good things
Being an electrical apprentice allows you to make contributions to a worksite that you can see in real time, which can be quite rewarding. Having the ability to work with electricity is neat if you ar...
You might feel like you're being dropped in the deep end a little if you're starting off at a large worksite with little context. Longer hours are expected of you as deadlines are approaching, this co...
An electrical role in the mining and resource sector can be demanding but also very rewarding
Certificate III in Electrical (Electrician/Electrical Mechanic)
Large (200+ employees)
Infrastructure, Fixed plant equipment, Generators
The good things
Constant changing role, work in all aspects across mine sites in all different departments
Electrical science, relied upon by the site to get the power back on so there will be pressure to do this, Knowledge of all different types of electrical equipment that you may not have worked on or s...
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