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Payment: Paid Position ($18min)
Location: Wellington
Region: Wellington
Experience: No Experience Necessary
Contact: 0508 404040
Listing Added: 30/09/2019

Tradestaff Wellington has a wide variety of jobs available on a casual (day to day) or full-time basis. 


Jobs include construction labouring. packaging, sawmill labouring, roading. furniture removal. etc. 


If you have a valid. work visa and are looking for work in the Wellington area please contact us below or call us on 0508 404040 (Wellington) for further details. 


About Us: Established in 1996 Tradestaff is one of New Zealand’s largest and most trusted recruitment companies. We specialise in the supply of skilled staff. We supply workers into a variety of sectors and we regularly recruit for roles such as Builders, Carpenters, Plumbers, Welders, Scaffolders, Electricians, Plumbers, Concreters, Drivers, Fitters, Engineers, Labourers, Drivers, Painters and Plant Operators. All current vacancies can be found on our website or by calling 0508 404040.

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