The Western NSW Local Health District is committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and embodies our CORE Values. We...
Summary about this job
Government - State
Company: Western NSW Local Health District
Location: Dubbo & Central NSW
Work type: Full Time
Salary: Salary dependent on qualifications
Detail information about job Plumber. Terms and conditions vacancy
The Western NSW Local Health District is committed to building a workplace culture that values diversity and embodies our CORE Values. We actively promote the employment of all minority groups. For assistance with your application to this position visit our website.
Employment Type: Permanent Full Time
Position Classification: Plumber Lvl 1-4
Remuneration: Dependent on Qualifications
Hours Per Week: 38
Requisition ID: REQ53387
Number of FTE: 2.00
Applications Close: 25 Jul 2018
Where you'll be working
This position sits within the Corporate Services & Clinical Support Directorate at Dubbo, a part of the Western NSW Local Health District. For more information on living and working in our beautiful region, visit our website Western NSW Health Careers.
What you'll be doing
To maintain the integrity of assets and infrastructure for Western NSW Local Health District to ensure compliance with Australian Standards and NSW Health Policy.
- Plumbing Licence issued by Department of Fair Trading and current licence to drive in NSW and willingness to travel in the course of employment.
- Licenced Plumber with Trade Certificates including Thermostatic Mixing Valve and Backflow Prevention Certificates, or a commitment to obtain these qualifications within 12 months of appointment.
- Demonstrated ability to manage the statutory, preventative and breakdown maintenance requirements for infrastructure, plant and equipment.
- Demonstrated ability to be able to provide technical advice to Managers in relation to the purchasing and repair of all electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, building fabric, plant and equipment.
- Demonstrated ability to monitor all work to comply with Australian Standards, legislative requirements and manufactures guidelines.
- Demonstrated capacity to work unsupervised and as a member of a team including the ability to manage, design and purchase equipment required to ensure the completion of tasks or projects that are undertaken.
- Experience in the use of email, spread sheet, word processing and asset management programs.
- Ability to adapt to changing work practices and a willingness to undertake training to develop and maintain expertise in all work pertaining to health care facilities, plant and equipment.
Need more information?
- Click here for the Position Description
- Find out more about applying for this position
- For role related queries or questions contact Brian Cusack on [email protected] or 0409 669 109.