Available Positions

Mechanical Fitter

FIFO Townsville or residential Cloncurry
Various Rosters available
Air conditioned room in shared accommodation during rostered hours.

Western Labour Hire has a position available for a qualified motor mechanic with previous industrial experience for short term contract work at various mine sites around Mt Isa and Cloncurry.

Applicants must possess an up to date mine site medical (or have the capacity to pass one if required) including functional capacity assessment and drug and alcohol testing

Applicants also need a current Working at Heights and Confined Space qualification.

If you are interested, please submit your resume in Word Format as soon as possible.

Please also include name, title and contact details of at least two previous supervisors as referees.

Please apply online at the following link http://bit.ly/2HDD1GC

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Strong Women, Strong Business Conference


This small single operator mobile welding business quickly grew to a boiler making team of 17 with associated labourers, apprentices and trades assistants that serviced large mine operations around Cloncurry and the North West region of Queensland.

In 2016, the demand for local people with relevant skills increased and as a result the Cloncurry Contracting Labour Hire arm evolved into Western Labour Hire Pty Ltd.

Ms Connolly is one of about 20 Indigenous business women speaking at the conference.

‘I am really excited to be involved with the Strong Women, Strong Business Conference because I know that commercial enterprise has the potential to change lives and shape communities,” Ms Connolly said.

‘People, communities and business are things I am really passionate about so as an Indigenous business owner I am truly grateful for the opportunity to share my story with other Indigenous Australian women.

‘As a Kalkadoon woman I look forward to meeting some strong deadly women, growing my network and forging new friendships that last well beyond the conference’, she said.

Indigenous Business Australia (IBA) is now welcoming Indigenous business women from remote, regional and metropolitan Australia to apply for the conference.

IBA board member Kerrynne Liddle said this is a unique event, which will enable Indigenous business women who are passionate about being in business but who can feel isolated, to connect and develop relationships and draw inspirations from peers.

‘The rapid entry of women into the workforce has added more to GDP than the technology sector, with fortune 500 companies known to perform better when women are represented on boards and in senior management,” Ms Liddle said.

You can apply at www.strongwomenstrongbusiness.com.

The deadline for applications is Friday March 23.

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Truly local people making a real economic contribution in the local Community, through Employment & Training Opportunities and the continuous employment of business partnerships.

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