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Ref: 2017-02-08

Drilling Operative

  • Armagh
  • Not disclosed
  • Permanent full-time
  • Updated 27/02/2017
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Due to the expansion of our business, we are looking for an experience drilling operative to work with our project team on a number of small to medium sized drilling projects. This work will involve the installation of Self-Drill Hollow Bars and Odex Drilling. The position is based in Northern Ireland, and will be responsible for delivering work across Ireland and the UK.

This position offers a competitive rate of pay, ongoing training and development opportunities, and travel and accommodation expenses. Working hours will predominantly be Monday to Friday 8am-6pm, however some overtime and weekend working may be required.


• Has extensive experience within the drilling and construction industry
• Has experience of operating small to medium size drilling rigs
• Is able to undertake routine maintenance and minor repairs to machinery on request
• Is able to travel extensively and stay overnight as needed to meet our customer needs
• Has a valid CSCS/CPCS/Safepass card
• Has a full UK driving licence


• Has experience of adhering to Company and industry health & safety standards
• Has experience of dealing with logistical issues and problems on site
• Is self-motivated and able to work under own initiative
• Is able to interpret construction drawings and designs
• Is able to meet the physical demands of the job

Lloyd Acoustics Ltd

Lloyd Acoustics Ltd

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