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SVR Power Ltd Nationwide Construction / Trades Paid position(Know your rights) $28-$30 Experienced Carpenter

EXPERIENCED CARPENTERS – NEW ZEALAND

Carpenters required who have experience in construction in commercial and residential.

The job involves, loading steel on our truck

Traveling to site in company vehicle and installing steel work in residential construction.

Tools supplied.

English skills important, Site Safe Card will be required but can be organized.

You will need to be physically fit and healthy.

Would suit someone who is practically minded, and has used hand and power tools before.

Can read house build plans.

Hours 40 hours? is there plenty of overtime?
We do 40 hours – but most guys are doing approx. 46hours (7am – 5pm)
We do not work weekends (good for travellers to venture out)

Rates?
Depends on experience –
Backpacker starts on $25 plus 1.5 OT after 40 hours – takes 1- 3 months to learn the job, then would have increase based on performance.
Qualified or very experienced, self directed Carpenter or construction labour $30-35 no overtime rates.

DOES THIS SOUND LIKE YOU…. GET IN TOUCH.
EMAIL: lydia@svrpower.co.uk
CALL: +44(0)1229 343791
TEXT: +44(0)7547 979921 or +44(0)7842 773077

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