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Published: September 15, 2020
NSW Other, Australia
Job Type


Harrison Barratt Group is a leading labour hire & white collar recruitment company based in Wyong. Due to high demand and expanding growth we are seeking experienced electricians with a proven work history in the industry to join our team.

We are seeking licensed electricians to work on commercial projects. 

The job involves LED light replacement and Heat pump installations.

We will require

  • Valid Dr License.
  • Medicare Card.
  • A Grade
  • REC
  • Passport size photo with White Background.

We are looking for hard-working and reliable candidates.

To be considered for the role you will need the following:

  • Electrical Licence
  • Experience in Commercial Construction
  • Own hand tools & cordless drill
  • Able to read & interpret drawings
  • Construction Induction White Card
  • PPE
  • Access to reliable transportation and/or current Drivers Licence
  • A focus on safety
  • One reference to verify your ability

What we are offering:

  • Immediate starts for the right candidates.
  • Excellent rates depending on experience and ability ($40 - $50 Per Hour + Incentives).
  • Weekend (when available) and ongoing work. 
  • Weekly Pay.

How to Apply:

Applications are via the apply now button.

Only successful applicants will be contacted for an interview.

Thanks in advance.  

If this job doesn't tick all your boxes but you know someone suitable for this role please have them contact us via email at info@harrisonbarratt.com.au with their cover letter/CV or have them click 'Apply Now' on this ad.

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