We have an opportunity available for an experienced Sprayer Operator to join the Higgins “Green Team” at our East Tamaki branch in Tamaki Makaurau.
You will be confident driving in all conditions, have a clean driving record, be courteous and know what good looks like when it comes to safety and demonstrate this at all times.
Thee are not just driving role as you will get hands on, operating plant and getting dirt on your boots when required as well.
These roles are key in enabling our Teams to deliver on what we do best – roading and infrastructure.
If you are looking for your next challenge, then this is what we think you will need to be successful in this role:
- Full clean drivers license (Class 4/5 including WTR and DG preferred)
- Roading and Infrastructure experience
- Strong focus on health and safety not only for yourself, your colleagues but also the public
- Self-motivated with a positive attitude and the ability to think for yourself
- A reasonable level of physical fitness due to the physical nature of the role
- Be a reliable, honest and flexible team-player
In other words we want someone who is reliable, will turn up on time everyday with a positive safety focussed attitude!
As part of the wider Fletcher Construction Group, we offer a range of initiatives and knowledge that you will be able to leverage off. We have a strong focus on continued learning and development and there will be a range of opportunities for you to take advantage of. As an organisation we are passionate about the safety of our staff and there is continued support for the initiatives you will be required to implement and maintain.
Higgins are a leading roading and civil infrastructure company in New Zealand. We are on a dynamic growth path building tomorrows New Zealand with people at the heart of what we do every day.
If you want to play a key role in a leading roading and civil infrastructure company with Higgins and Fletcher Construction, please apply directly online.
Building better roads for safer journeys – He pai ake te hanga o ngā rori, kia haumaru ai ngā haerenga