About the Role
Ventia has been awarded two contracts by Queensland Alumina Limited (QAL) at their alumina refinery in Gladstone. The works to be delivered are an upgrade of the Sewage Treatment Plant and the Alkali Mist Reduction Project. The contracts incorporate supply of materials and multidiscipline labour for the upgrade of the existing sewage treatment plant, and structural strengthening work and pipework installations within the refinery.
As an Electrical and Instrumentation Technician, you will be involved in demolition & decommissioning of existing electrical, instrumentation and communication equipment to the current sewerage plant facility on QAL site, including install of cable, junction boxes, support brackets, cable ladders, conduit, terminations, testing, cable pulls. Running calibrations, commissioning.
Gladstone based (local engagement only)
10 hours per day with overtime as required
Permanent, full-time opportunity
Must be Gladstone based
QLD Electrical licence
Certificate 111 Electrotechnology
Certificate 111 Instrumentation
CPR/LVR - First Aid
Hep A&B vaccination (or willingness to obtain)
Previous experience with QAL would be an advantage
White Card Construction
Valid Australian C class driver’s license
Excellent troubleshooting and diagnostic skills
Strong commitment towards safety and quality
Be part of a company that cares about its people with great team culture
Access to a variety of health and wellbeing initiatives including discounted gym memberships and health insurance
Exceptional safety records, standards, and practices
Ongoing career development and opportunities
We acknowledge the importance of our people’s diverse experiences, talents and cultures. Embracing diversity and creating inclusion is a key component of our talent strategy. The creation of a diverse, inclusive workforce is central to our ability to unlock potential and enhance our success.
Ventia is one of the largest essential infrastructure services providers in Australia and New Zealand. We are proud to provide the services that keep infrastructure working for our communities.