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Suspended Ceiling Installers Needed ASAP

Tradestaff Christchurch Christchurch / Canterbury Construction / Trades Paid position(Know your rights) Competitive Rates & Weekly Pay! A trade qualification or recent equivalent experience

Tradestaff currently has vacancies for experienced Suspended Ceiling Fixers.

In this role you will coordinate with contract supervisors, and construct two-way, screw fix, direct-fix, and suspended ceilings for a large number of projects we are working on.

Ideally you will have a few years of experience within ceiling fixing and enjoy both working unsupervised and as part of a team.

To be successful in this role you will have:

– A trade qualification or recent equivalent experience

And also:

– Pass a pre-employment drug test
– Be reliable with a keen attitude to work
– Ensure your work is completed to the highest standard
– Ensure that Health and Safety practices and policies are met on site (we will provide your PPE gear!)
– Previous experience on a large construction or manufacturing site

In return we can offer you excellent rates of pay and be supported by a great team of professionals.

Please apply online now or call Tradestaff Christchurch 03 377 8959 or 0508 404040

Tradestaff specializes in temporary and permanent placements in the trade industry. More than that, we aim to match you with the right client, to not only help with their current work load, but to increase your chance of gaining long term employment.

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