We offer employment in a range of areas, many require welding capabilities, however we also employ specialist staff as detail drafters, in sales, purchasing and as administrators. If you have welding experience or would like to pursue a career working with steel contact us.
We generally operate Monday to Friday offering 38 hours of work with regular overtime. Our full shift starts at 6.30am with a second half shift starting at 2.30pm. Saturday morning work is occasionally available.
Boilermakers (qualified tradesman) and welders – we routinely hire permanent and short-term workers. If you’re after a minimum of 3 months’ work, get in touch.
Detail drafties, we primarily use Vertex and Tekla, if you have experience in either of these programmes we would love to hear from you.
If you’re in Broome, drop in to see us at 272 Port Drive, opposite the last cattle yard near the port. Our phone number is 9192 6262 and we are open 7am – 4pm Monday to Thursday, we close at 3.30pm on Fridays.
If you’re outside Broome fill in this web form and we’ll be in touch with any relevant openings. If you’re looking for at least three months’ work in Broome we’d love to hear from you.
New employment opportunities
if you’re in Broome please drop in to 272 Port Drive, otherwise fill in this form.
We are happy to consider backpackers for welding positions, we work a 38 hour week Monday to Friday, with occasional overtime. From time to time we also offer shift work (2pm to 10.30pm). If you’re heading to Broome fill in the form here, we’ll let you know if its possible there will be any work around the time you expect to be here.
Living in Broome
Broome is an easy and hard place to live in. There is no doubt that housing is expensive here, though if you’ve lived in WA for any length of time you’ll know it’s worth the price.
Apart from living in a town where everything is only 10 minutes away, we also have some of the state’s best schools, beaches, fishing, culture and (for 7 months of the year) climate.
Here are a few sites that can give you some background to what it’s like here: