Painter / Blasters – Tronox Kwinana - September 2019

  • Kwinana
  • Temporary
  • Wed Jul 24 08:55:41 2019
  • 200008204

Our multidisciplinary service offering includes the traditional services of scaffolding, rope access, insulation, protective coatings & blasting and passive fire protection as well as specialist services such as refractory, asbestos management, and advanced industrial cleaning and vaccumation of heat exchangers, pipes, tanks and vessels using high pressure water and chemicals.

The Project

The Kwinana Prigment Plant Project is apart of the Tronox Mineral sands operations, this is the worlds largest intergrated titanium dioxide project Cape Australia provides ongoing maintenance operations on this plant.

The Role and Requirements

We are seeking applications from suitably experienced and qualified Painter Blasters for a shut down from 3rd September 2019 for approx 17 shifts (day/night shift available, subject to change) at the Tronox operated Kwinana Pigment Plant. There could also be pre-shut works available from 28th August. These positions will be in a DIDO (Drive in / Drive out) daily capacity.

To be considered you will need to demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum 3-5 years’ proven experience operating as a Painter Blaster within a Maintenance, Mining & Minerals environment
  • Relevant Australian recognised Trade Certificate/s
  • Hold a Current Nationally Accredited Working at Heights and Confined Space (within 3 years)
  • High Risk Work Licence with EWP
  • Hold a Nationally Accredited OHS Card (White/Blue Card)
  • Ability to pass a project specific pre-employment medical, including a drug and alcohol screen

Cape Australia is an equal opportunity company and encourages women and people of Aboriginal Torres Strait Islander descent to apply.

This is an excellent opportunity to work with a great team, have ongoing career opportunities and to contribute to world class projects. If this role suits you and you have the required skills and attributes, please click on the 'Apply' button below.