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Metcash

For over 50 years Mitre 10 has been the local and independent hardware store to thousands of Australians. Our focus is on people, performance and providing great customer outcomes by working together and... Truck Driver employment opportunity...

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People@Work - Geelong, Victoria

Must be able to accommodate flexible start and finish times and stay overnight on occasions HC TRUCK DRIVER Truck Driver work...

from: au.neuvoo.com - 3 days ago

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CoreStaff

A fantastic opportunity to join a well-established Australian company that leads the way in screed supply with their brilliant pump truck technology! Driving the Screed Pump Truck to work sites safely... truck drivers...

from: au.neuvoo.com - 3 days ago

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Programmed - Perth, Western Australia

Programmed Skilled Workforce is Australia and New Zealand's leading provider of managed labour, staffing and training services. Knowledge of load restraint and relevant tickets Ability to provide a working... truck driving...

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People@Work - Ballarat, Victoria

People@Work currently has numerous temporary positions available for HR & MR Truck Drivers. People@Work 32 Doveton St Nth 5333 5730 truck driver in in Melbourne VIC...

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Chandler Macleod - Darwin, Northern Territory

Diversity and inclusion empowers us to unleash our true potential at Chandler Macleod. Our commitment to inclusion spans across race, gender, age, religion, and identity to ensure that our employees feel... truck driver in in Sydney NSW...

from: au.neuvoo.com - 2 days ago

Agitator HR Truck Driver  

Adecco - New South Wales (+1 location)

Ensuring adherence to quality/safety/environmental compliance processes Concrete agitator driving experience is preferred but not essential Conducting general preventative maintenance Work in a team environment... truck driver in in New South Wales...

from: au.neuvoo.com (+1 source) - 3 days ago

HC Truck Driver  

Adecco - Sydney, New South Wales (+1 location)

Experienced HC driver with forklift licence, dog trailer experience and white card required. - Dog trailer experience required Client Details truck driver position... $30 to $30

from: au.neuvoo.com (+1 source) - 3 days ago

HC Truck Driver  

IPA - Dandenong South, Victoria

- Be available to work across day and afternoon shift (Day shift starts anywhere from 1am and afternoon shift starts at mid-day or 2/3pm) *Please note that you must have a clean driving record and be able... truck driver loader...

from: au.neuvoo.com - 2 days ago

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Adecco - Brisbane City, Queensland

Experience in operating Hiab Crane prefered but not essential as on Job training provided Multidrops / pick up / deliveries Good stable work history Be able to communicate on all levels Multi drops HR... truck driver concrete...

from: au.neuvoo.com - 3 days ago


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  • Workdiary standard hour Shane

    Hi everyone
    Can someone please explain to me if I were to drive 12 hrs from 12 am to 12 pm I am aware that I have to take a break 2 times 15 mins and 1 time 30 mins. Therefore in the 12 period 12 hrs I work only be able to work for 11 hrs. Is that correct? Thanks

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  • Trucker Tommy

    Is truck driving a profession that can offer a steady income for a family man?

    • Wayne:

      Yes, if you do it well, and you start knowing what you’re heading into. It means long hours and more often than naught several days away from home. In Australia a lot of the goods are transported by road transport, and there’re plenty of jobs. You must remember, though that you have 2 big risks: road hazards and with 3 tickets you lose your license, which is no joke… also, it can be tough on the family…

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