Driver Operator - Class 2 & 4

Transport and Logistics

Job description

If you have a passion for working in Civil, enjoy working as part of a team while providing a service for the local community, and have either a WTR or Class 2-4 licence we want to hear from you!

Our clients pipeline has expanded leading to multiple new roles becoming available across Wellington. Our client is a leader in the Civil space with multiple operator roles becoming available across Wellington.

Requirements,

  • Either Class 2-4 and/or a valid WTR licence, ability to operate Loaders, Excavators un-supervised
  • Willing to do some manual labouring when/if required
  • Work safely at all times, looking after yourself, your team and the wider community
  • A positive, constructive attitude
  • Current Class 1 full Drivers Licence and a Heavy Traffic Licence preferred (Class 2).


    What you'll get in return

    • Great pay rates (above market rates)
    • Opportunity to go permanent for the right candidate
    • Work located across CBD, Porirua & the Wairarapa
    • ACC, holiday pay, sick leave & Kiwisaver
    • Tickets & qualifications offered
    • Ongoing work for excellent candidates and travel costs paid for
    • PPE gear provided
    • Site Safe training provided (if necessary)




      If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV.

      Applicants for this position should have NZ Residency or a valid NZ work visa.

      If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

      "As one of the world's largest employers, we believe in talent not labels, and focus on the diverse and unique skills our people bring. Our commitment to equal opportunity, inclusion, and diversity is part of our broader dedication to respecting fundamental human rights across our value chain. We seek to foster a culture of belonging and purpose, an environment where everyone can thrive and feel engaged, and where difference is respected and valued."

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