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Electricians - Pilbara - Fifo

SIMPEC - Australia,

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Source: uWorkin


As SIMPEC powers into 2021 with new projects awarded and scope of works increasing daily, we are now looking for Electricians to have the FIRST BOOTS ON THE GROUND, on one of our Pilbara projects. Not only is this a great career opportunity, but it’s also an opportunity to join a growing company with a fantastic culture that oozes energy while delivering results together.

About the Role & Requirements

The person that we desire, preferably has a proven track record within the resources sector working as an electrician. This project will include Electrical installation, underground conduits, cabling, HV cabling, instrumentation, electrical works associated with warehouses, lighting, and the commissioning of kiosks & substations.

  • WP (High Risk Work Licence)
  • WAH (Within 2 Years) before going to site.
  • Western Australia Electrical Licence
  • LVR/CPR (Electricians)
  • Construction Card
  • Point of Hire Perth. NO FIFO from other states.


  • First Aid
  • Defensive driving
  • Previous Construction Experience in a Mining Environment
  • Current VOC on EWP
  • F Class Extension.
  • Drivers Licence

Project Details

Location - Pilbara

Roster - 3 weeks on 1 week off

Length of Project – 6 - 8 Months’ worth of work, with high possibility to be extended

Point of Hire - Perth FIFO

If your desire is to have great culture, surrounded by energetic teams and able achieve goals together then you have found the right place and we’d love to hear from you.

SIMPEC as a company and each employee recognise that we are strengthened by diversity and pride ourselves on being an Equal Opportunity Employer, and we encourage applications from women and Indigenous candidates