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Crane Operators / Stevedores
Are you looking to change the view from your office? How does 360 degree water views above a busy port sound? Come and work for C3 Limited then.
C3 is a National provider of Port Logistics services across New Zealand and Australia, employing over 1400 staff in 15 ports.
As we continue to grow we need to build our local Port Logistics team and require motivated, safety conscious staff who are experienced in the operation of cranes. Our preference would be for operators who have experience loading log vessels, using ship's cranes, however this is not essential as full training and support will be provided to applicants who are reliable, keen to learn and develop in a career as a Ship’s Crane Operator.
If successful you will be employed with a primary function operating heavy machinery, such as Ship’s Cranes as well as having the opportunity to perform other general duties. On offer is permanent work with guaranteed minimum hours per month as well as casual work. The opportunity to travel and work in Ports outside of Nelson is available from time to time. Hours of work can be irregular and vary due to shipping requirements.
To be considered for these positions with C3 you will need to:
- Have flexibility to work hours over a 24/7 working week
- Be a strong team player
- Act in accordance with Occupational Health and Safety requirements
- Pass a pre-employment medical
- Pass pre-employment and random drug & alcohol testing
- Be able to work at heights
- Have a positive attitude
- Be committed to a safe work environment
C3 offer competitive hourly rates and career progression opportunities. If you want to join us and be involved in this growth industry and are prepared to travel then we want to hear from you.Applications close 22 November 2019.
Permanent Full Time
Job no: 19157
Closing Date: Friday, 22 November 2019