Overview

Regional and Outer Metropolitan

About us

 

Transport for NSW keeps our State moving by providing safe, integrated and efficient transport systems. We put our customers at the centre of everything we do – and we do a lot. We connect people, communities and industry and manage how they use our road, rail and maritime networks and services, and even active modes like walking and cycling. The work we do connects the journeys you take every day.

 

We are a state government organisation made up of more than 28,000 people and we’re in the middle of delivering the largest transport infrastructure program in Australia’s history. We work across planning, policy and procurement, harnessing data and technology to develop smarter and more adaptive transport solutions.

 

That means job opportunities in metropolitan and regional areas right across NSW – you have the chance to be part of creating a lasting legacy that will benefit generations to come.

 

 

  • Training opportunities to further your career
  • Permanent full time $1,248.60 p/w plus overtime and allowances
  • Location- Dubbo

 

About the team

 

The Regional and Outer Metropolitan division is focused on understanding the particular needs of regional communities across NSW and delivering customer-centred integrated transport services and infrastructure.

 

The opportunity

 

Right now, we have a great career opportunity for a Bridge Worker to join our Bridge Works team headquartered in Dubbo, NSW with travel throughout the region.

 

As a Bridge Worker, you will undertake labouring and manual handling maintenance operations for a variety of bridges across the district at a sub-trade level. These operations include bridge rehabilitation painting, steel work, and concrete repair, to name a few!

 

You will also:

  • Perform manual labouring and related associated tasks
  • Operate a range of small plant and powered and non-powered hand tools.

 

In addition, you will have the opportunity to acquire new skills in plant operations, formwork, falsework, concreting, truck driving to further your industry experience.

 

About you

 

You’re a resilient and proactive labourer who has previous experience pouring concrete, painting, and bridge maintenance. You’re willing to try your hand at anything to gain new skills and grow in a team environment.

 

You’ll hold a:

  • White Card
  • Traffic Control (must be obtained upon commencement)
  • Valid and current driver licence

 

You will have experience operating small plant, hand tools and power tools with a keen interest to learn on the job as well. We provide opportunities for training in chain saw and plant operations

 

You enjoy travelling across the region, working remotely and are willing to work on rosters such as 9 day fortnights.

 

Most importantly, you understand the extreme importance of work health and safety, and you do what it takes to get the job done as safe as possible for yourself and your crew.

 

Whilst not essential to the role, if you have, plant operator qualifications, truck license (MR) or experience in scaffolding, dogging or rigging, this would be highly advantageous and desirable.

 

Wage and Benefits

 

The wage for this position is WCS Pay Point 4, $1,248.60 per week plus superannuation and allowances.

 

  • Career progression opportunities encouraged
  • Rewarding and inclusive team environment

 

For more information on Employee Benefits at TfNSW please click here.

 

Interested? 

 

Joining Transport for NSW, you’ll have access to a range of unique government benefits in a flexible work environment like no other. If you’re ready to step into this meaningful and rewarding role, we want to hear from you!

 

How to apply

 

To apply for this position, please submit a resume and answer all questions within the online application process. Please note, direct applications via email will not be considered.

 

Applications close: 11:59 pm Thursday 26th May 2022

 

For more information on how to apply for a role in the NSW Public Sector please click here.

 

We take the WH&S and the management of fatigue of our employees seriously. Therefore, to be successful in this role it is a requirement that you must reside within a 50km from your identified Headquarters/depot or be willing to relocate.

 

Please note: The successful candidate will be required to undertake background checks including a National Police Check.

 

 

 

We are the community we serve

We are committed to being an inclusive, diverse and flexible workplace where differences are valued. We welcome people of all backgrounds, experience and abilities.

We enable our people to work in ways that work for them. Working virtually and from different locations including regional locations, staggering work hours and job sharing are just some of the ways our people can work flexibly.

Please contact the Talent Specialist below if you require any adjustments to be made to how you interact with us throughout the recruitment process or would like to discuss flexible work options. ?

For any enquiries, please email Caitlin Ritchie at CAITLIN.RITCHIE@TRANSPORT.NSW.GOV.AU.

 

 

We’re certified as a Family Inclusive Workplace

Our flexible work practices and policies for parental leave, employee and family wellbeing and family care enable us to provide genuine support for our people to thrive at work and at home.

 

 

Apply today to register your interest!

Find out more about Transport for NSW at https://www.transport.nsw.gov.au/about-us.

Take a look at our application tips video series for plenty of great information on navigating and acing the application and recruitment process here at Transport.

 

 

Our COVIDSafe Measures Policy

All Transport for NSW workers are required to have:

  • appropriate evidence of being fully vaccinated with a TGA approved COVID-19 vaccine; or
  • an approved medical contraindication.

You will be required to show proof of your COVID-19 vaccination status or apply for a medical exemption prior to securing this role.