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August 14, 2020

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December 31, 2020


Qualified Sheet Metal Tradesman

  • Bayswater
Employer Information

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Job Information
Indicative $

N/A Annual Salary

External Job Website

Minimum employment requirements

Police check, Qualification in eg Certificate 2 in Aged Care

Type of Employment


Job Description

Sheetmetal Tradesman / Fabricator

New Touch Industries (NTI) is a progressive company with locations in Bayswater and Clayton South.

Our dynamic, rapidly expanding business provides high quality services in metal laser cutting, bending/ folding, welding and fabrication, delivering customers with precise streamlined project management with minimal margin for error.

This is achieved by our philosophy regarding the importance of teamwork and investing in staff. We pride ourselves in offering ‘Pay for schooling’ and ‘Promote from within’ policies, allowing our staff to grow and benefit from ongoing opportunities.

Our clean and healthy facilities house some of the latest sheetmetal technology, including fully extracted welding bays and air conditioning.

Our Bayswater team seek a hardworking, qualified Sheetmetal Tradesman / Fabricator.

Job Key Points

- Day shift 7:00am – 3:06pm (afternoon shifts can be discussed)

- Wage (negotiable based on experience)

- Able to work autonomously

- Work with drawings

Skills & Experience

- Qualified Sheetmetal Tradesman / Fabricator

- Experience in MIG & TIG welding mild steel, stainless steel and aluminium

A motor vehicle licence and/or a forklift licence would serve as an advantage but aren’t essential.

The successful applicant will get to work with the latest equipment. Uniforms are provided after the successful and satisfactory completion of the probationary period for full time employees.

We look forward to hearing from you.

NTI Bayswater team.

Please apply online via Seek.

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