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Industrial Spray painter

SVR Power Ltd Nationwide Construction / Trades Paid position(Know your rights)

INDUSTRIAL SPRAY PAINTER
NEW ZEALAND
Job opportunity!

Have you been thinking about this beautiful country for a while now?
Do you think that this is the move you?
READ ON…

FULL TIME POSITIONS – THIS IS NOT CONTRACT

SVR are recruiting for a major company based on the North Island of New Zealand who are leading manufacturers of heavy transport trailers, mobile cranes and specialised equipment.
We have multiple positions, BUT you must be able to say yes to:
5 years in heavy transport/engineering industry

INDSUTRIAL SPRAY PAINTER
$24 – $30NZ per hour, 40 hour week, time and a quarter after 40 hours, time and a half after 50 hours
Duties:
Preparation of blasted and non-blasted surfaces for application of surface spray
MUST have experience using specialist skills, tools, machinery and plant

WHAT’S ON OFFER….
Airfares fronted
2 weeks accommodation
Training
Tool allowance
Boot allowance

Are you nodding along to all the duties?
Then I don’t know what you are waiting for…

Contact us now!
Email: lydia@svrpower.co.uk
Call: +44(0)1229 343791
Text: +44(0)7547 979921 or +44(0)7842 773077

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