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Carpenter / Hammerhand / Formworker

Max Contracts Auckland Construction / Trades Paid position(Know your rights)

Max Contracts continues to grow in Auckland and we are looking for Builders / Carpenters / Hammerhands with proven skills in Formwork to work on some exciting and challenging projects across the Auckland region.

Starting immediately, you will be joining a team of highly committed professionals, whom you will support and work alongside, to produce quality and effective work.

Looking for a great team environment, excellent career progression and competitive salary SEND YOUR C.V RIGHT NOW to auckland@maxcontracts.co.nz or CALL US on 09 365 1008.

Minimum requirement:
Proven track record of experience.
NZ or Overseas qualification preferred.
Valid Site Safe preferred
Clean drivers licence and reliable mode of transport
Full set of tools and competent use of them all
Valid NZ Work Permit
Knowledge of H&S in NZ
With the various work you will undertake as an experienced employee, you will be exposed and expected to have an understanding or experience in constructing concrete formwork.

We value initiative and always reward skills and performance with great pay rates.
In return, we’re looking for reliable people with a can-do attitudes and strong work ethics.

If this is sounds like the opportunity for you, click on APPLY or call us NOW on 09 365 1008!

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