Transport and Main Roads

Construction Worker (Defect Backlogger)

Transport and Main Roads

Mar 9th, 2023
The Department of Transport and Main Roads moves and connects people, places, goods and services safely, efficiently and effectively across Queensland.

We plan, manage and deliver Queensland's integrated transport environment to achieve sustainable transport solutions for road, rail, air and sea.

The Construction Worker (Defect Backlogger) plays a multifaceted and critical role in identifying roadside defects for the core operations for the RoadTek crews.To be a Defect Backlogger, you should have experience or the ability to acquire rapid knowledge to perform several duties, including but not limited to: – Previous experience in road construction and culvert structures- Ability to identify defects in road and culvert infrastructures- Understanding of industry standards and treatments required to repair defects (TMR specifications)- Experience with using computers and programs associated with civil and maintenance works- Ability to multi-task, self-manage and work autonomously on projects and reporting requirements to meet deadlines.If this sounds like an opportunity that interests you, do not pass up the chance. The Backlogger role will provide you with a broad range of experience across multiple areas of operations. We encourage all candidates with relevant experience and a desire to join a team that delivers community outcomes to consider applying today. Application letters should consider the “individual contributor” factors of the leadership capabilities framework in line with the role requirements.Please refer to the role description for further information about the role or contact the panel chair
Applications to remain current for 12 months.
Job Ad Reference:QLD/475841/23

Closing Date:Friday, 24 March 2023This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia License.

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