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Prefabricator Jobs 2019


Timber Prefabricator

Date: 2019-04-18 (New)

Job Description: Hamilton Based Frame and Truss Manufacturing company is seeking a Timber Prefabricator. Duties include but are not limited to measuring, nailing and cutting...

Company: Confidential
Hiring Organization:
Salary: TBD
Location: Hamilton, Waikato
Street Address: TBD

Locality: Hamilton, Waikato
Region: disclosed when applied
Postal code: disclosed when applied


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Timber Prefab Designer

Date: 2019-04-18 (New)

Job Description: We assist prefabricators from product development (e.g. Offsite Design Ltd is a leading consultancy offering unique design and engineering services to...

Company: Cadwork
Hiring Organization: Cadwork
Salary: TBD
Location: New Zealand
Street Address: TBD

Locality: New Zealand
Region: disclosed when applied
Postal code: disclosed when applied


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