Saturday, 11 June 2016

Trayne Consulting,Carpenter/Cabinet Maker/Wardrobe Installer



Trayne Consulting are currently recruiting for experienced tradespeople to work for our very busy national client to install robe doors, mirrors and built in wardrobes into customer's homes. This opportunity would suit those with a Carpentry / Cabinet Making or similar trade background ready to be trained in a diverse range of our client's products. This role provides long term opportunities as continual training is available to those wanting to learn how to i
nstall a wider range of products down the track.
With a local presence and home base in Moorebank, you will cover works across all Sydney Metro areas.
This is an exciting opportunity to build your career by working with a well-established National leader in these products.  In addition, you do not have to quote or measure jobs, invoice or collect outstanding monies as this is all done on your behalf so that you can focus purely on installations and completing jobs.
To be considered for this opportunity you must be able to demonstrate relevant experience, be happy to work autonomously, have a focus on customer service, quality and OH&S and ensure maximum productivity in all tasks relating to these jobs.  
You must also hold the following:
  • Construction Induction White Card
  • Valid Australian Driver's License
  • Work Rights in Australia
  • Clean Valid Police Check (Code 30)
Successful candidates will receive:
  • A competitive salary
  • Fully maintained vehicle
  • Company uniform
All successful candidates will have to undertake a health assessment as well as drug and alcohol screening.
If you have the relevant experience and are looking for a full time role then please apply on-line attaching your CV and a cover letter outlining your transferable skills.
Due to a high volume of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Please email your resume to recruitment@trayneconsulting.com.au

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