Electrical Spotter

  • Be involved in the Toowoomba Second Range Crossing Project.
  • High energy team environment.
  • Work Locally.
About Us: 

Celotti Workforce is a specialist provider of temporary and permanent blue and white collar staff to the building, infrastructure and resources sectors across Australia. We seek the highest calibre candidates for our assignments which span small to major engineering and construction projects and mainstream operations in our select sectors.

About the Role:
This is your opportunity to work on one of the largest road projects in Queensland, ‘The Toowoomba Second Range Crossing’. Our client requires an experienced electrical spotter who is used to working on civil/earthmoving/construction projects.

Our Ideal Candidate:

  • Proven experience as an electrical spotter with relevant qualifications
  • Nexus Induction – Highly desirable
  • Experience on major road construction/upgrade projects
  • Blue/White Construction card
  • Drivers licence and reliable transport
  • Fit and Healthy – Be able to participate in all laboring duties if required
  • Be available Immediately

To Apply:

Interested candidates please click the ‘APPLY NOW’ button to send through your application, which MUST include a current resume, copies of relevant tickets and qualifications, white card and contact details for two recent referees.

Queries can be directed to the Recruitment Team by phoning 1300 235 688 or emailing info@celotti.com.au.

Celotti Workforce is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages female and Indigenous Australians to apply. 

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