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Electrical Supervisors Required

2 January 2019

CEQ is seeking Electricians with Industrial or Heavy Commercial experience for immediate commencement on project works in PNG. Multiple positions are available for a duration of approximately 6 weeks.

Applicants should hold a valid passport with a minimum 6 months validity, and be able to present for PNG Visa application directly.

Roster is 3 on 1 off, and all flights, accommodation and meals are provided to the successful applicants.

Pay is flat rate with penalty rates on Sundays and public holidays. Successful applicants are provided LAHFA and secure accommodation.

Please contact Bonnie on 07 3290 4333 or email info@ceq.com.au to express your interest.

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