Job title: Pit & Pipe Labourer/Trade Assistant
Job type: Contract
Emp type: Full-time
Industry: Building and Construction
Expertise: Trades and Services
Skills: Pit & Pipe Labourer Trade Assistant Trenches
Pay interval: Hourly
Pay rate from: AUD $27.00
Pay rate to: AUD $30.00
Location: Subiaco, WA
Job published: 19-12-2022
Job ID: 32090

Job Description



Pit & Pipe Labourers/Trade Assistants



Our client Benang is an emerging Infrastructure services provider focused on sustainable solutions within the Utilities, Construction, Mining & Resources sectors. Benang meaning “tomorrow” in Noongar is our prime driver, a company that is community & sustainability focused for the kids of tomorrow. 

Benang is currently seeking three experienced Pit & Pipe Labourers/Trade Assistants to join our team working locally. Whilst experience is desired, we are seeking applicants with a positive attitude who are driven and motivated with a desire to work within a growing company. The work is labour-intensive, and you must be willing to work as a team and pitch in to get the job done. 


Duties you'll be doing on site:

  • Digging trenches for pipes to be laid such as copper wire and electrical conduits 
  • Machine spotting whilst the crew dig for live services 
  • Assisting tradesmen with their duties (Electrical, concreting and plumbing)
  • Digging footings for concrete foundations  


Key requirements:

  • HR or MR desirable
  • Constructions, pit & pipe, or utility infrastructure experience
  • Must hold a White Card 
  • Willingness to assist with all duties 
  • Current driver’s licence
  • Ability to pass a pre-employment medical and drug and alcohol
  • Ability to produce a national police clearance


Due to the high number of applicants, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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Benang is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes and encourages women, people of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander descent and people from diverse backgrounds to apply.