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Payment (NZD): $25 - $ 38
Location: Hamilton
Region: Waikato/Coromandel
Experience: Experience Necessary

Construction, Construction, Construction. Are you a kiwi returning home or do you have a current Work Visa and are able to commit? We have an immediate role for an experienced Carpenter and a Foreman in Hamilton.


Our client is a Hamilton based construction company that focus on high end commercial property construction. They love looking after their staff with a sociable culture where the team work hard & play hard with BBQ's & other events. They have a strong focus on Health & Safety being an accredited employer. There is plenty of career progression opportunity for people with a great work ethic!

What we need from you:

  • Building experience (3rd or 4th year apprentice's will be considered)
  • Have a clear Ministry of Justice report
  • Registered Carpentry Qualification (Bonus)
  • Have your own transport
  • Be a NZ resident (or have a Work Visa and be able to commit for up to 9 - 12 months). 

What's in it for you:

  • Excellent rate
  • Immediate start 
  • Working with a well-recognised / national brand.


If this sounds like you and you would like to have an inital confidential chat or like more information, please give Sarah a call on +64 9 573 1714 or email scobbold@nz.drakeintl.com  OR   If you are planning returning home but this role isn't what your looking for we'd also love to hear from you. 

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