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Hays Recruitment Auckland Construction / Trades Paid position(Know your rights) $16/hour

Hays in Auckland are looking for enthusiastic, ambitious and skilled labourers to join on a long-term commercial project in Central Auckland. The company is one of Auckland’s leading construction companies and there will be plenty of opportunities for growth.

You will have over a year’s experience on a construction site and have all of your PPE gear, Site safe Pass and reliable means of transport.

Duties will include assisting carpenters on site, heavy lifting, site tidy and general building tasks. Your experience and will to learn will determine the long-term nature of your role as there is plenty of work available going in to 2016.

PPE gear will be supplied if required and we will offer an in-house Health & safety induction to put you ahead of the pack.

Please forward your CV to gemma.devlin@hays.net.nz or give Gemma a call on 09 525 1333. If you are keen to learn, have experience overseas and are looking for an exciting opportunity or you simply want to make a real career in the building industry get in touch now!

You must have a valid NZ working visa or be a New Zealand resident to be eligible for this role.

*A Pre-Employment Drug Test may be required prior to starting*

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