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Rope Access Technican

Height Access Technology, Wairau Valley - Auckland
Rope Access Technican, Seasonal Jobs in Wairau Valley Auckland New Zealand

Height Access Technology Ltd is looking to recruit Rope Technicians for our expanding operations in Auckland.

The successful applicants will be  able to demonstrate the skills and knowledge required; be conversant with relevant work techniques with safety and efficiency being our prime considerations in our industrial environment.

Your responsibilities will include (but not be limited to):

  • Completing checks documentation and induction training in relation to site safety;
  • Ensuring equipment and tools are used correctly and maintained;
  • Keeping a neat and acceptable appearance at all times;Liaising with
  • Operations Manager/team leader colleagues and customers in relation to jobs; and
  • Adhering to safe work practices and policies and procedures at all times.
  • Fall Prevention Awareness (Height Safety) training;
  • L1 IRATA minimum requirement 6mths experience  in the industrial rope access industry.
  • L2  IRATA  minimum  1 year  & 1000hrs experience  in the industrial rope access industry
  • L3 IRATA  minimum 2 years & 2000hrs experience  in the industrial rope access industry
  • Or equivalent Qualification/Experience
We complete various works off rope please see our webiste to see us in action

If you are friendly motivated hard working with initiative integrity and possess excellent time management skills then we need you to join our dynamic team.Please contact Adrian van den Bemd 09 4421556  to make an appointment.

Positions:     50
Pay:     Varied dependent on experience

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