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Line Mechanic - Southern

Advertiser: ConneticsMore jobs from this company

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Job Listing Date
21 Nov 2019
Location
Otago, Rest of Otago
Work Type
Full Time
Classification
Mining, Resources & Energy, Power Generation & Distribution

Line Mechanic - Southern

  • Bring your technical expertise as a line mechanic to Central Otago
  • A focus on safety, innovation, and taking you and your ideas seriously
  • Opportunities for professional development and career growth

Exciting things are happening at Connetics. We've just been awarded the first new Field Services Agreement with Aurora Energy to carry out major work on the network in the Central Otago and Queenstown Lakes Districts. That means we need experienced technical people, and we need them now.

Bring your technical expertise in line mechanics to Connetics, and youll get more of what matters. More satisfaction, a more active role in problem-solving and decision-making, and more life in a day.

Based in Central Otago with the main office in Christchurch and another depot in Tawa, Wellington, we're responsible for constructing and maintaining overhead and underground lines and equipment across these locations. Providing such a critical service is no easy task, and we know that to be the best, our people need to be connected, safe, and involved.

If you're a registered line mechanic with significant experience in overhead line construction and maintenance and a background in distribution and supply, this is an opportunity that could really pay off for your career.

We provide (and pay for) all the training and licences you need to do your job, plus any extra education you might need for professional development. You'll also find a great range of staff benefits, including long service leave, allowances, and an employer that understands you have a life outside work. If you're joining us from outside Otago, well even consider contributing to relocation costs.

You can look forward to joining a friendly, social team who have a great time together, look out for one another, and are absolutely committed to everyone's safety.

You'll bring strong written and oral English skills, an open mind, and confidence to bring new ideas to the table. You'll also be happy for some work-related travel - sometimes you'll have to go where you're needed to maintain and restore networks.

This isn't just about growing your career and living your best life. It's also about having more. More satisfaction, more opportunity, more innovation, more experiences - and more life in a day for the things and people that matter to you.

What will you do with it?

Apply at https://connetics.careercentre.net.nz/Job

Pre-employment tests - Medical and Ministry of Justice

Connetics require all successful applicants to complete a pre-employment medical test, which includes a drug and alcohol test and a pre-employment Ministry of Justice check.

Overseas applicants

You must be eligible to work in New Zealand, with New Zealand citizenship, New Zealand permanent residency or a valid New Zealand work permit.

Please include evidence of your EWRB certification and any relevant formal qualifications.

Further information: https://www.ewrb.govt.nz/registration-and-licensing/registering-with-overseas-qualifications-experience/

www.connetics.co.nz
  • Bring your technical expertise as a line mechanic to Central Otago
  • A focus on safety, innovation, and taking you and your ideas seriously
  • Opportunities for professional development and career growth

Exciting things are happening at Connetics. We've just been awarded the first new Field Services Agreement with Aurora Energy to carry out major work on the network in the Central Otago and Queenstown Lakes Districts. That means we need experienced technical people, and we need them now.

Bring your technical expertise in line mechanics to Connetics, and youll get more of what matters. More satisfaction, a more active role in problem-solving and decision-making, and more life in a day.

Based in Central Otago with the main office in Christchurch and another depot in Tawa, Wellington, we're responsible for constructing and maintaining overhead and underground lines and equipment across these locations. Providing such a critical service is no easy task, and we know that to be the best, our people need to be connected, safe, and involved.

If you're a registered line mechanic with significant experience in overhead line construction and maintenance and a background in distribution and supply, this is an opportunity that could really pay off for your career.

We provide (and pay for) all the training and licences you need to do your job, plus any extra education you might need for professional development. You'll also find a great range of staff benefits, including long service leave, allowances, and an employer that understands you have a life outside work. If you're joining us from outside Otago, well even consider contributing to relocation costs.

You can look forward to joining a friendly, social team who have a great time together, look out for one another, and are absolutely committed to everyone's safety.

You'll bring strong written and oral English skills, an open mind, and confidence to bring new ideas to the table. You'll also be happy for some work-related travel - sometimes you'll have to go where you're needed to maintain and restore networks.

This isn't just about growing your career and living your best life. It's also about having more. More satisfaction, more opportunity, more innovation, more experiences - and more life in a day for the things and people that matter to you.

What will you do with it?

Apply at https://connetics.careercentre.net.nz/Job

Pre-employment tests - Medical and Ministry of Justice

Connetics require all successful applicants to complete a pre-employment medical test, which includes a drug and alcohol test and a pre-employment Ministry of Justice check.

Overseas applicants

You must be eligible to work in New Zealand, with New Zealand citizenship, New Zealand permanent residency or a valid New Zealand work permit.

Please include evidence of your EWRB certification and any relevant formal qualifications.

Further information: https://www.ewrb.govt.nz/registration-and-licensing/registering-with-overseas-qualifications-experience/

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