Due to the growth of our operations, Ferrycarrig Construction is currently seeking experienced, full-time Drainers/Pipelayers to join our team on projects throughout Sydney and Important Company.
Excellent salary on offer
Get involved with large and high-profile civil infrastructure projects in Sydney
Work with a progressive, and fast-growing business that rewards initiative
Join a friendly and supportive team environment with a sense of community
About the Role
Study blueprints, drawings, and specifications to determine the layout of stormwater and sewerage systems
Excavate and level to line, depth, and grade according to drawings and specifications;
Set out and install below-ground concrete and PVC sanitary and storm-water pipes;
Carry out site drainage and de-watering procedures, employing storm-water, sub-soil, and pump systems;
Test drainage systems;
Locate and clear blockages in below-ground systems;
Install excavation supports in accordance with Occupational Health and Safety requirements;
Dig trenches to desired or required depths by hand or using trenching tools or machinery;
Check slopes for conformance to requirements;
Cut pipes to required lengths;
Align and position pipes to prepare them for sealing;
Connect pipe pieces and seal joints using cement;
Cover pipes with earth or other materials
To be suitable for the role, you will hold a relevant Drainage/Plumbing trade qualification, or have at least 3 years of relevant experience.
Ferrycarrig is a leading constructor of utilities and civil infrastructure built on core values from the ground up.
Our people are what makes Ferrycarrig a successful company. We foster a collaborative and forward-thinking team culture that rewards initiative. Ferrycarrig is an inclusive meritocracy where anyone with the expertise, passion, and drive to deliver results can achieve success.
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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons are encouraged to .
Pay- $60,000- $90,000 based on experience