Winstone Aggregates is looking for a Maintenance Engineer to join their team based in Palmerston North. This role will suit an experienced plant or mechanical engineer looking to make their mark in a fantastic company. Hours are usually 7am to 5pm, Monday to Friday and Saturday mornings.
The Concrete Division comprises Fletcher Building’s aggregate, cement and concrete businesses, employing over 1300 people across three business units. Winstone Aggregates is 150 years old and the largest supplier of sand and aggregate in New Zealand. We will offer you a steady and secure work environment.
Based at the Te Matai quarry in Palmerston North you’ll be responsible for the maintenance of the quarries in the region from Bulls to the Hawkes’ Bay. The day-to-day tasks of this role will include plant improvements, plant safety, and mechanical maintenance work during operation and after shut down.
To be successful for this role you will need to have:
- Served an engineering or mechanical apprenticeship as either a fitter, fitter turner or fitter welder etc.
- A full New Zealand driver’s licence (class 2 is an advantage)
- A welding ticket is an advantage
- Health and safety awareness
- Right to work in New Zealand
You’ll have strong communication skills and be able to work under pressure. You will be solutions focused and prepared to work outside no matter what the weather’s like.
In return we’ll offer you:
- Fletcher Building staff benefits such as staff purchasing, fuel discounts and access to the employee education fund
- A guaranteed 40 hour week
- Career advancement opportunities
- Project work
You’ll be in a job where no two days are the same. There’s a tonne of variety and you’ll get to work in different locations all the time. Project work is an exciting opportunity to do upgrades and extensions where you’ll be key to keeping our quarries running efficiently and safely.
Apply online today.
For questions contact:
027 591 1527
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