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Skilled Labouers/ Hammerhands Wanted in Wanaka

Tradestaff Queenstown Wanaka / Otago Construction / Trades Paid position(Know your rights) $18 + depending on skills/experience At least 1 years experience on construction sites or in landscaping

Do you have at least six months experience of landscaping, construction or stores work? Register with Tradestaff and we will match you with a construction jobs to suit your skills. Jobs can be project-by-project or long-term.

We offer:
• Good rates of pay – paid weekly with rates starting at $17.50 per hour (plus holiday pay). The more construction experience you have the higher the rate we offer.
• Flexibility – short and long term assignments available.
• Experience – our consultants have over 15 years’ combined recruitment experience in the Southern Lakes Region.
• Quick placements – register with us and you could have a job to go to the next day.

To start you will need:
• To be reliable & have a positive attitude
• At least one years’ experience landscaping, construction or stores work.
• A CV with your work history
• 2 x References (contactable by phone or email)
• A good understanding of Health & Safety
• Be able to pass a pre-employment drug and alcohol test.
• Driving license and own transport preferred.

If you would like a job with us call 03 442 8553, come in and see us at our office in Queenstown or apply online. Registrations are held at our office on Searle Lane, Queenstown or fortnightly in Wanaka.

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