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Electrician Trades Assistant - Fifo - Ravensthorpe

SIMPEC - Australia,

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If the Northern Summer Heat isn’t your thing, then our FQM Ravensthorpe Shoemaker Levy Project could be a better option for you! With an average temperature of 29° over the summer months, this is a great opportunity to join a company forged on the spirit of mateship and family values; Founded on the professional motto of “Lead Positively, Create Teams and Be Like No Other.”

If you would like to be part of our Team, we’d love to hear from you ASAP. We are looking for an "Experienced Electrical Trade Assistant" that resides in WA to complete multiple projects around site, one being the 10km conveyor.

About the Project

Duration - 6-8 months

Roster - 3/1 roster

Departure Location - Perth Airport

Requirements for consideration:

WP (High Risk Work Licence)

WAH (Within 2 Years) before going to site

Current Drivers Licence

Previous experience working as an “Electrical Trades Assistant” within the resources sector

Point of Hire Perth. NO FIFO from other states.


Confined Space

First Aid


Current VOC on EWP

F Class Extension.

Please Note - These positions are only open to candidates that reside in Western Australia, there is no FIFO from the Eastern States. Unfortunately, anyone that does not resides in WA at this current time will not be considered or contacted.

SIMPEC as a company and each employee recognise that we are strengthened by diversity and pride ourselves on being an Equal Opportunity Employer, and we encourage applications from women and Indigenous candidates.

If you believe you have the skills and knowledge to fulfil this role and are available, then please apply now via the button below for our January 2021 intake.