Higgins (part of the Fletcher Building Group) is a leading roading and civil infrastructure company in New Zealand. Many people have built great careers with Higgins over the last 60 years. As a member of the Higgins Green Team that opportunity is open to you as we work, grow and have fun together building tomorrows New Zealand.
We are now on the lookout for a Traffic Controller (TC) to join our team based at the Higgins Office in Hamilton.
If you are already certified TC you could be working next week. If you don't have this certification but if you show all the right traits, are reliable and willing to go the extra mile then we have no problem helping you obtain this.
About the role:
• Helping the STMS establishing and dis-establishing the worksites
• Stop/Go work - directing traffic
• Selection and usage of authorized signage
• Looking after the site when its handed over to you
• Identifying and controlling traffic and other hazards
• Liaising with STMS, and ensuring safety compliance of site visitors
• Assist Setting up, checking, maintaining and safe removal of worksite protection measure
• Stock take and maintenance of TTM equipment’s
• Sometimes hands on labouring i.e. site clean-up, maintenance work
• Worksite safety and learning to become a STMS
Key to your success:
• Punctual, Reliable and excellent work ethic
• Able to pass a pre-employment drug test
• Ability to work day or night including weekends on request
• Current Driver License preferably full class 1/2
• Own reliable transport
• Fair level of physical fitness as roles demand manual duties
• Strong Health and Safety Awareness
• Keep yourself and others safe when you are at work.
• Provide a CV & 2 work related references.
We can offer the following:
• Strong Health and Safety practices
• Competitive Hourly rates
• Short Term or Long-Term assignments
• Wider construction opportunities to keep you busy through rainy days
• Good and adaptable PPE to suit both hot/cold weather
Please contact Ganesh on G.email@example.com OR apply with your CV online today.