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  1. Water Corporation WA

    Electricians In Australia

    Wish I'd seen this post earlier. For any electricians with a dual trade (instrumentation), who've had their qualifications aligned with Australian certificates, you may be interested to keep an eye on regular jobs advertised by the Water Corporation. These are mostly regional jobs in: - Karratha - Leonora - Kalgoorlie - Albany - Bunbury Why would you want to be away from a big city? Well, almost 9m people live regionally (outside of metro areas) in Australia. The cost of living is lower. House prices / rent is lower. People are generally happier as they're not working away from their families. They're less stressed. Regional life isn't for everyone. If you love the beach, the kilometres of unspoilt, uncluttered scenery and wildlife won't be for you. If you like getting on public transport and peering into your phone for 45 minutes, then a 15-min walk to work probably isn't your cuppa. If you've made it to this point and there's a small part of you that's curious, you're welcome to bookmark this page for future reference: https://watercorp.taleo.net/careersection/careersection/2/joblist.ftl?uid=3919-1066-3579-1751&pid=res-au-cwu-np-cv Thank you for your time. Mark PS. Any questions? You're welcome to drop me a line by PM initially.
  2. What kind of car does an electrician drive? A Volts-wagon. If that raised a smile, this might too. Picture this. You’re busy Monday, Wednesday and half a day Thursday. You love your work but there’s not enough of it around. Choppy economies have that effect. It’s not the same when you work for a company that’s backed by the WA Government. You have the stability of a job that pays well, 5 days a week. You also experience this more: · No FIFO or 12-hour shifts. Get home each night at a sensible time · Impeccable safety record. Feel safer coming into work every day · Supportive culture. Feel engaged in your work alongside people who help you succeed The work is varied and no two days are ever the same. There’s running the electrical and instrumentation services for all the Water Corporation’s assets throughout the district. Additionally, you’d be installing, testing, fault finding, repairing and commissioning. There’s also HV switching, PID loop tuning. Writing and checking HV switching programmes. Things like that. Please note: this is an expression of interest, because it’s likely we’ll need to expand the team over the coming weeks / months. Interested in knowing more? Email: mark.pearce@watercorporation.com.au Call: +61 8 9420 2528 (GMT +7)
  3. Workshop Team Leader – Northam & surrounding areas · Join a high performing team. Make a quicker impact with your work · Avoid FIFO or the daily 2-hour CBD travel. Spend more time with family & friends · Experience a friendly, supportive culture. Work with people who’ll help you succeed Working with a great team brings a variety of benefits. Sharp thinking. Better ideas. Promotions. When you’ve got one behind you, the possibilities are endless. Meet the team: - They give you 100%. Give the same back and you’re helping them grow. Not many things feel better than watching people develop because of you. - They feel safe at work. It develops their morale. Keeping all 16 safe is the right thing to do. You work together to find ways to improve safety and wellbeing. - Like you, they’re ambitious. They’re about high performance and quality too. The work’s enjoyable and there are challenges. You’re going home knowing you’ve done your best. Building a picture? Here’s the rest: You’re working with the workshop manager to fabricate, supply and install of a range of engineering products. You’ve a great group of customers, who depend on your technical advice. To apply, you’ll have: - Cert IV in Management, or the willingness to work towards the Cert when you start - Full WA driver’s licence - Industry experience in steel fabrication processes. It takes an age to build a great team. That’s why we’ve built one for you. Come and help us take them to the next level. Email: mark.pearce@watercorporation.com.au Call: 08 9420 2528
  4. Time to get away from the daily grind and hit the back roads? · Drive in / drive out staff role from Kalgoorlie - with housing / accommodation assistance · Play a big part in a high-performing, friendly team. Develop yourself faster · Make a difference to the lives of local communities and future generations If there’s one thing WA has in abundance, it’s breathtaking scenery. Kilometres of red and green. Every so often, broken up by remote, friendly communities. If you’re one of those people who gets jittery staying in one place for too long, you might want to consider climbing into a vehicle and exploring new landscapes. Places like WiIluna, Laverton, Leonora and Menzies. Populations who rely on their water and wastewater assets working. If you’ve kept water / wastewater services in good shape before – as a plumber or water plant operator - you’ll know how to support them. If you’d describe yourself as someone with a savvy approach to customer service and safety, along with a high standard of work, you’ll fit right in at the Water Corporation. There’ll be set schedules and some call-outs. Sometimes, without much notice to fix a problem. One of the perks of this job is you’re paid to be on standby. There’s lots of other perks like a competitive salary, advanced superannuation and a clear, focussed career development plan for the aspiring person in you. If you’ve a full WA “C” class driver’s licence and you want to know more about building a career with a company that puts you first, drop me an email to mark.pearce@watercorporation.com.au