Height Safety System Installer x 2 – Victoria
RISsafety is the leading Australian owned company in the height safety, height access and fall protection industry with an Australia wide network of branches, RIS also design, manufacture and install safety access systems, and provides comprehensive audits and certifications of installed systems across many industries.
Due to continued growth RISsafety now seeks to strengthen our Victoria team through appointing highly motivated project installers with proven roofing and or height safety installation experience who can work autonomously and consistently deliver the finished product to the company’s expectations.
The role involves the fabrication & installation of a range of height safety products including: Access platforms, Ladder systems, Abseil Monorail systems, Anchor Points, Static Lines, Walkways and Handrails, to a variety of buildings on new construction sites within the Melbourne metropolitan area.
The key requirements of the role are:
- Construction industry White Card
- Certified Work Safely at Heights
- Certified EWP/Boom Operator
- Current Drivers Licence
- Can interpret construction plans and drawings
- Work in a team environment
- A construction trade background or previous experience in height safety installations
- Roofing or carpentry experience
If you are ready for an exciting challenge in an industry dedicated to keeping people safe, and you believe you are ready to join a dynamic company with aggressive growth plans, then submit your details and credentials today by applying below. Due to the high number of applicants we receive, we will only contact candidates shortlisted for this role.
The application form will include these questions:
- Which of the following statements best describes your right to work in Australia?
- Do you hold a Construction Induction Safety certificate (White Card)?
- Which of the following height safety tickets have you completed?
- Do you have a current Australian driver’s licence?
- What’s your expected annual base salary?