Laboratory Technician

Job Description

• Attractive Hourly Rate 
• Gladstone Based
• Exciting Mining Based Opportunity


About the Role:

WorkPac are seeking a experienced Laboratory Technician to join our leading Mining Client for a casual position, for a 6 month initial duration, with potential to extend. This position will have a Monday to Friday Roster, 40 hours per week, based within Gladstone (Yarwun).


Duties and Responsibilities:

• General laboratory activities:
• Wet chemical titrations
• Instrument preparation and running
• Reagent preparation
• Support to research chemists in lab projects
• General laboratory housekeeping, HSE checks, and consumables checks


Skills and Experience:


• Has a strong HSE culture within themselves
• Worked with a few different types of laboratory instruments/equipment, such that they would pick up their operation quickly
• Self-motivated and able to self-manage their time once an overall task is set
• Able to think on their feet to adapt to changes in work
• Certificate in lab skills
• Experience in a Bayer laboratory is preferred but optional


Job Reference Number: 7226J202324257


Please be aware that proof of COVID-19 vaccination mayapply in accordance with Public Health Orders, State Health Directions and/or site-specific Health and Safety requirements.


How to Apply:

Click on the Apply button or for more information please contact Alanna Harvey-King on (07) 4979 8603 quoting the above reference number.


About WorkPac

WorkPac is Australia's leading, privately owned recruitment provider to the mining, construction, engineering, light industrial and healthcare sectors. We are proud to partner with some of the country''s leading companies to deliver rewarding permanent, contract, temporary and traineeship recruitment opportunities. 

At WorkPac, we recognise we are strengthened by diversity. We are committed to providing a work environment in which everyone is included, treated fairly and with respect. We are an Equal Opportunity employer and we encourage applications from women and Indigenous people.