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Conveyor System Technician Trainee - Hobart

Advertiser: Fenner Dunlop3.1 out of 53.1 overall rating (44 employee reviews) More jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
9 Oct 2019
Location
Hobart
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Mining, Resources & Energy, Oil & Gas - Engineering & Maintenance

Conveyor System Technician Trainee - Hobart

The company:
 
As the world leaders in engineered conveyor solutions, Fenner Dunlop delivers valuable material handling solutions to our extended network of high profile clients in the mining and industrial sectors. Our success has been built over many years on having a talented team that works together to achieve incredible outcomes. 
 
Due to continued growth and success, we are now seeking a motivated self-starter to join our Statewide branch in Hobart in the positions of Trainee Conveyor System Technician (Belt Splicer).
 
To be considered for this role, you must be willing to commit to completing a 2 year (minimum duration) traineeship.
 
The Role:
 
Working on key projects across Tasmania, your main responsibilities will include developing skills in conveyor belt maintenance, repairs, installations, general maintenance and replacement of conveyor components.
 
As this is a Trainee role, you will also study a Certificate III Polymer Processing (Belt Splicing) qualification – which you will complete on the job!
 
Trainee Requirements:
 
  • Must have a strong safety focus;
  • Must be over the age of 18;
  • Must hold a current Australian drivers licence;
  • 2 years recent trade assistant experience in construction, manufacturing or mining – essential;
  • Possess good mechanical aptitude, as well as sound communication and numerical skills;
  • Provide proof of Australian Work Rights;
  • Willingness to complete aptitude testing as part of the Trainee recruitment process;
  • Ability to work at heights and in confined spaces;
  • Ability to work in line with project/site operational requirements (which may see you working after hours, weekends and/or public holidays);
  • Ability to pass a pre-employment medical including drug and alcohol screening; and
  • Be willing to travel to Perth and Melbourne for classes during the 2-year period (paid for by Fenner Dunlop)
 
If you are an ambitious self-starter who wants the opportunity to join a business where you will be in a position to further your career, we would like to meet you.
 
What’s on offer:
 
  • A nationally recognised Belt Splicing qualification (Certificate III in Polymer Processing), fully paid for by Fenner Dunlop;
  • Get paid while you learn;
  • Guaranteed exposure to mining projects;
  • Guaranteed ongoing full time permanent employment once you have completed the traineeship; and
  • An outstanding career pathway with all the training and support you will need to succeed.
 
 
How to Apply:
 
To join the Fenner Dunlop team, click the link below and apply online. Applications close on Thursday 31 October 2019.
 
 
Fenner Dunlop is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Indigenous Australians to apply.
 
Disclaimer – Third party agency referrals will not be accepted. 
 
 
Phone 1800 689 629
fennerdunlop.com.au/careers
The company:
 
As the world leaders in engineered conveyor solutions, Fenner Dunlop delivers valuable material handling solutions to our extended network of high profile clients in the mining and industrial sectors. Our success has been built over many years on having a talented team that works together to achieve incredible outcomes. 
 
Due to continued growth and success, we are now seeking a motivated self-starter to join our Statewide branch in Hobart in the positions of Trainee Conveyor System Technician (Belt Splicer).
 
To be considered for this role, you must be willing to commit to completing a 2 year (minimum duration) traineeship.
 
The Role:
 
Working on key projects across Tasmania, your main responsibilities will include developing skills in conveyor belt maintenance, repairs, installations, general maintenance and replacement of conveyor components.
 
As this is a Trainee role, you will also study a Certificate III Polymer Processing (Belt Splicing) qualification – which you will complete on the job!
 
Trainee Requirements:
 
  • Must have a strong safety focus;
  • Must be over the age of 18;
  • Must hold a current Australian drivers licence;
  • 2 years recent trade assistant experience in construction, manufacturing or mining – essential;
  • Possess good mechanical aptitude, as well as sound communication and numerical skills;
  • Provide proof of Australian Work Rights;
  • Willingness to complete aptitude testing as part of the Trainee recruitment process;
  • Ability to work at heights and in confined spaces;
  • Ability to work in line with project/site operational requirements (which may see you working after hours, weekends and/or public holidays);
  • Ability to pass a pre-employment medical including drug and alcohol screening; and
  • Be willing to travel to Perth and Melbourne for classes during the 2-year period (paid for by Fenner Dunlop)
 
If you are an ambitious self-starter who wants the opportunity to join a business where you will be in a position to further your career, we would like to meet you.
 
What’s on offer:
 
  • A nationally recognised Belt Splicing qualification (Certificate III in Polymer Processing), fully paid for by Fenner Dunlop;
  • Get paid while you learn;
  • Guaranteed exposure to mining projects;
  • Guaranteed ongoing full time permanent employment once you have completed the traineeship; and
  • An outstanding career pathway with all the training and support you will need to succeed.
 
 
How to Apply:
 
To join the Fenner Dunlop team, click the link below and apply online. Applications close on Thursday 31 October 2019.
 
 
Fenner Dunlop is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages Indigenous Australians to apply.
 
Disclaimer – Third party agency referrals will not be accepted. 
 
 
The application form will include these questions:
  • Do you have a current Australian driver's licence?
  • Do you own or have regular access to a car?
  • Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
  • Are you willing to undergo pre-employment drug and alcohol screening?
  • What's your highest level of education?

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