The primary focus will be on ensuring the operation of the batch plant involving the batching and despatching of concrete in accordance with safety & quality standards and customer requirements.
- Meet customer requirements by batching of the correct concrete mix and communicate with customers to meet production volume requirements;
- Liaise with client representatives and coordinate concrete deliveries;
- Recording & compiling of data & information for concrete production and the maintenance of plant & equipment;
- Maintain & coordinate raw material stock levels and deliveries, loading of steel & polypropylene fibers into dispensing equipment, maintain aggregate & sand feed bin levels, cement & admixture stock levels and deliveries;
- Undertake day-to-day administration of the batch plant including stock control of raw materials; and
- General yard and plant housekeeping and maintenance.
You will have:
- A strong commitment to safety and the environment along with a superior customer focus;
- A current HR Licence
- Relevant batching and / or concrete industry experience is preferred but training will be provided;
- A current front end loader ticket; and
- Well-developed written and verbal communication skills along with sound computer literacy.
“As a matter of courtesy, employees are to advise their manager if they are applying for any internal roles with Boral”
Boral is an international building and construction materials group, with its headquarters in Sydney, Australia. With more than A$4.4 billion worth of annualised sales, Boral has around 12,000 full-time equivalent employees working across over 550 operating sites including joint ventures. Boral produces and distributes a broad range of construction materials, including quarry products, cement, fly ash, pre-mix concrete and asphalt; and building products, including clay bricks and pavers, clay and concrete roof tiles, concrete masonry products, plasterboard and timber. Boral primarily serves customers in the building and construction industries with operations concentrated in three key geographical markets – Australia, the USA and Asia.