General Labourer, Construction

Job ID 22164500
Auckland, North Shore
Listed on 6 Mar 2023

About this job

A great company that involves in big commercial construction is looking for a casual General Construction Labourers. Labourers for the projects in North Shore, CBD, West, South Auckland. In these roles, you will be moving materials: timber, cement, tiles, helping the builders, emptying rubbish, sweeping the floors, etc. You will need to have reliable transport, be on time, start @7am to 5pm. If you have a previous experience as a labourer, there is some growth to advance into brick layers, gib fixing, scaffolding or carpentry etc. You can work 1-3 days a week or 5 days a week. You must be reliable, hard-working, and a team player. You need to be good in your communication. You need to communicate all the time with the employer, available or not available. Must be physical fit and there is some heavy lifting. No experience needed. To apply for this job, send your updated CV to with the Job ID 22164500 as your reference

Job Requirements

Applicants will be contacted via phone, please be available for contact during business hours. Convictions considered on a case by case basis. MUST HAVE reliable transport to get to and from work, be physically feet and strong, reliable, honest, hard-working, a team player and can communicate properly and be drug free.

Days of work
Mon- Sat, you decide: 1day, 3 days, or 5-6 days, (30 hours per week)
Pay Details
$21.20 -$23 /hr + holiday pay
Job Category
Building and Plumbing Labourers
Career Level
Trainee/apprentice (0 - 6 months)
Driver Licence
Restricted, (Class 1) - Car Licence
Pre-employment drug test required

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