Hiring Qualified Carpenters in Canberra.

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We're Hiring Qualified Carpenters in Canberra.

Are you a qualified carpenter looking for casual shifts? 

Local Workforce Hire is currently hiring qualified carpenters to support the needs of our clients. This exciting project involves fitting over 100 door locks into a new development, offering a unique opportunity to showcase your craftsmanship and contribute to a high-profile construction project.

  • Role Type: Casual Role
  • Location: Fyshwich, Canberra, ACT
  • Hours: 7.00 am to 3.30 pm
  • Hourly Rate: $45 – $55 p/h
  • Superannuation: 11% Super
  • Travel Allowance: Approx. $20 per day
  • Steady Income
  • Great Culture
  • Different Locations

Requirements:

  • Proven 12 months experience.
  • White card, silica, and asbestos qualifications
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Reliable transportation

Responsibilities:

  • Fitting doors, door locks and more.
  • Ensuring high-quality and attention to detail.
  • Following safety protocols and regulations.
  • Must be able to work in a team.

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"Is there any way that you can try to find me a full-time job?"

We specialise in casual placements, which can lead to full-time opportunities. Many employers come to us initially seeking casual staff and they put them on.

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"Why do we use Deputy and not the normal paper-based timesheets?"

We are constantly looking for ways to minimise waste and improve productivity. Automation through programs like Deputy will always benefit our staff and customers.

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"How does Local Workforce Hire allocate shifts to people?"

On a first-response basis. We text out all shifts and the person who responds the first usually is placed.

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"Do i get penalised or get into trouble if I cannot accept a shift?"

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"What happens if I confirm a shift on Deputy and don’t turn up?"

In the event that you don’t turn up to a confirmed shift, we terminate our relationship with you and you will never get a shift again.

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"What Personal Protective Equipment do I need to have before I start a shift?"

The usual: hard hat, gloves, glasses, hi-vis clothing, steel cap boots, pants, etc.

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"Do I need to complete an induction program at every worksite?"

In most cases, the larger work sites will have you complete an induction program.

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"What happens when it rains and I'm sent home?"

You are paid for the actual hours you are worked – the good news is that you will earn a minimum of four hours.

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"What should I do when I can't log in to Deputy?"

In most cases, you may be outside of the 200-metre radius, so either get closer to the nominated address or call our team to clock you on.

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"What should I do when I first arrive at my new work place?"

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"When I'm working, do I also need to record my break times?"

Yes, you do. Please press start and finish break on Deputy to record your break time.

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"What would you like me to do once my shift is over?"

Please press “end shift” in Deputy, so the tool can register your end of day and call us if you need help.

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"What happens if I work longer than the agreed times?"

Work as long as you need and just let us know so we can make the adjustments to your timesheet.

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"How do you make sure that I'm paid the correct hours each week?"

Easy – we use Deputy to track your hours and send those hours to each employer.

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"What happens if I receive my payslip and notice an error?"

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"When do we get paid each week?"

Everyone gets paid on Thursday evening, so just check your bank account.

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"Do we get payslips sent to us each week?"

Yes, you do. Our Accounts team will email you a payslip each week, so check your inbox.

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"What is the payment cycle, or start and end of the pay week?"

Our weeks start on a Tuesday and finish on Monday night. If you have any questions, please call.

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"Is there any way that I can get a pay rise?"

Yes, there is! We are open to negotiation and suggest that you prove yourself first and then let’s chat.

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"What is your termination policy and your standards?"

We terminate for various reasons, such as non-attendance, poor performance, misconduct, etc.

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"Do I lose any money if I am terminated? What happens?"

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