Adelaide Brighton Cement is offering the right candidate an exciting career opportunity as a Laboratory Technician based at its Birkenhead Plant.
◾ ABOUT THE POSITION
Adbri is known for the consistent quality of its products. The company has an exciting opportunity for a trainee to learn how to conduct compliance testing on cement and construction materials. This will involve preparing samples, a broad range of chemical and physical testing, calibration of equipment and computer-based analysis.
The successful trainee will follow established procedures, working in a systematic, methodical, and safe manner to deliver accurate testing results as part of a friendly and supportive team.
This traineeship is about learning on the job. While a formal qualification is not required, Adbri can support you to obtain a Certificate III in Laboratory Skills.
◾ KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND ABILITIES
A general interest in science, basic computer literacy and a commitment to safety and quality are important.
$53,895 plus 10.5 per cent superannuation.
◾ FUTURE DEVELOPMENT
Opportunity of a full-time permanent role as a Laboratory Technician at the end of the traineeship as a kickstart to a fulfilling career in the industry.
To be successful in this traineeship you will be required to complete pre-employment checks including medical, references and police check.
◾ ABOUT ADBRI
Adbri is an ASX listed leading Australian cement and concrete company and its people are the foundation of its success. Founded in 1882, Adbri now has 13 brands respectfully working on Country with local communities across Australia.
Contributing to a safe, healthy, and sustainable future for all Australians and supporting our communities and the environment is a fundamental part of Adbri’s culture. From the “Work Safe Home Safe” culture to developing lower carbon products, supporting local indigenous businesses, or hosting community groups, the team at Adbri is always ready to make Australia a better place.
Moving to Innovate RAP, Adbri strives to create actively inclusive, supportive, educated, culturally safe and engaging workplaces for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. It provides opportunities, resources and infrastructure proudly working alongside First Nations people to bring meaningful connection between Adbri worksites, communities, and Country to Build a Better Australia.
◾ HOW TO APPLY
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