Canberra Plumber Jobs
3 Plumber jobs in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory found on CareerOne.Jobs 1 to 3 of 3
- Immediate Start - Commercial Construction - Long Term Work Opportunities Due to a recent contract win our locally based client is seeking several Trade Plumbers for commercial and light commercial works within the ACT for an immediate start. As......
- Immediate Start - Permanent Opportunity - Commercial Construction Due to continued growth in the local market this plumbing specialist is seeking several Plumbers to commence work immediately with scope to become permanent in the near future. A......
- Immediate Start - Long Term Contract - Great Hourly Rate Due to several project near completion in the ACT Hays are seeking roof plumbers for long term contracts. As a roof plumber you will select and install roof cladding, fabricate and instal......
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Maintains the flow of water, air, and other gases, and drainage systems by assembling, installing, and repairing pipes, fittings, and plumbing fixtures according to plumbing codes.
Attention to Detail
Tests plumbing systems by filling system with water or gas; identifying leaks.
Documents plumbing actions by completing production and quality logs.
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