Mechanical Fitter

Job Description

Job Highlights
• $52.51ph
• Residential local opportunity
• Opportunity for varying rosters, lifestyle roster / family balance



What You Will Be Doing 

WorkPac are looking for experienced Mechanical Fitters to join our client at Yarwun mine site. You will have previous experience working with:
• Maintenance for mechanical assets across the refinery, unplanned breakdown or plant limiting work, troubleshooting and problem-solving equipment failures and improving reliability of equipment 
• Identifying defects and providing feedback on asset health and performance
• Confined space and working at heights activities
• Able to work autonomously, being reliable and positively contributing to the maintenance team. Understanding the requirement to maintain assets in a safe and reliable condition
• Identifying and implementing improvement initiatives which will involve working with many different disciplines within the organisation
• Promoting and identifying Health and Safety opportunities to improve equipment, processes, and behaviours



What You Will Need
• Australian C Class Manual Drivers Licence 
• Mechanical Fitter Trade Certificate
• Working at heights 
• Confined space 
• White card




About WorkPac
WorkPac is Australia's largest privately owned workforce services business with over 1.3 million registered candidates. We offer tailored solutions in recruitment, skills and career development across Mining, Construction, Healthcare and more. Our consistent promise to both candidates and clients is that choosing WorkPac is always a Good Move.




Apply Now

Click onto the apply button. For more information contact:

• Fran Colorito - Recruitment Coordinator
• Phone contact: (08) 6462 1157
• Email:
• WorkPac - WA Mining
• Reference no- 7309J2024648



At WorkPac, we recognise we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and we encourage applications from women and Indigenous people.