General Hand / Plant Operator - Full Time - Immediate Start

Published on Monday, 18 September 2023 at 2:12:31 PM

General Hand / Plant Operator – Full Time – Immediate Start

The Shire of Boyup Brook is seeking an enthusiastic and versatile person to join our road construction and maintenance team.

This is a fantastic opportunity to work close to home, be part of a team environment, and be involved with Community improvements.

The position is responsible for operating trucks, plant and equipment, and general labouring duties to assist the team in ensuring the Works Program - road construction, drainage, and road maintenance are completed efficiently and to a high standard.

This General Hand Plant Operator position is full time and commences at Level 4 of the Shire of Boyup Brook Outside Enterprise Agreement 2022, currently working a 9 day fortnight.

The successful applicant will possess the following attributes;

  • experienced in operating large plant and equipment (preferred but not essential)
  • knowledge and understanding of health and safety relevant to work activities
  • current White Card – Construction WA
  • Current Drivers Licence (HR and/or HC preferred)
  • Able to work well as part of a small team

The Position Description is available HERE

Applications should consist of a cover letter; and a current resume addressing skills, experience, qualifications, and attributes needed to perform the role, including the names of two referees; and be emailed to

Further position related enquiries can be directed to the Manager Works & Services, Jason Forsyth on 08 9765 1220 or email

The closing date for applications is Friday 29 September 2023 at 4pm.

Applications will be assessed as they arrive. The Shire of Boyup Brook reserves the right to commence interviewing prior to the application close date and close this position application early should a suitable candidate be found.

The Shire of Boyup Brook is an inclusive and equal opportunity employer that values and respects diversity in the workplace.

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