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Careers at Associated Rigging

At Associated Rigging, we are committed to attracting and developing employees that represent our local community.


By building a safe and inclusive workplace, we create a working environment where employees can reach their full potential and thrive. In turn, this ensures our clients receive the very best service available in the crane hire industry.

Our business practices are governed by integrity and honesty. We respect each other’s values, beliefs, efforts, and ideas. We collaborate to empower us all to be the best that we can be.


Our policy is to create a diverse workplace which is why we welcome and encourage job applications from individuals who come from a range of different backgrounds, including:

  • those experiencing disadvantage in our community;

  • opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples;

  • those wishing to start a traineeship or apprenticeship relevant to our industry;

  • opportunities for suitable employment for individuals living with a disability; 

  • gender diverse individuals wishing to start a career in a non-traditional role; and

  • those from differing cultural and religious backgrounds.


If you are passionate about the construction industry and want to be a part of our friendly team, keep an eye out for the job opportunities listed below.

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Contracts Administrator

We are seeking a Contracts Administrator to join our dynamic team and play a pivotal role in managing our contractual processes while maintaining alignment with company standards and legal requirements.

Key Responsibilities

  • Review, analyse, and interpret contracts for compliance with policies, regulations, and standards.

  • Participate in negotiations for favourable contract terms, offering valuable insights.

  • Collaborate with the Managing Director, HSEQ Manager and stakeholders to align contracts with project goals.

  • Identify risks and provide innovative solutions to minimise project impact.

  • Partner with legal representation for compliant contract adjustments.

  • Ensure strict adherence to policies, ISO standards, and regulations.

  • Monitor and enforce contract obligations, addressing issues promptly.

  • Coordinate with Operations dept for seamless contract communication.

  • Maintain organised, updated project contract records.

  • Prepare and distribute accurate contract documents.

  • Generate reports on contract status, expenses, and risks.
    Exemplify exceptional customer service and uphold company image.

Selection Criteria

  • Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Construction Management, Legal Studies, or related field (not essential but would be an advantage.

  • Proven experience in contract admin, negotiation, and risk assessment.

  • Solid grasp of legal and regulatory contract demands.

  • Strong communication and stakeholder engagement skills.

  • Detail-focused with exceptional organisational abilities.

  • Proficient in document management and teamwork.

  • Thrives in fast-paced settings, adept at problem-solving.

  • Creative thinker proposing innovative solutions.

  • Preferably familiar with ISO standards and industry compliance.

  • Graduates are encouraged to apply.

To apply, contact:

If you would like to express your interest in any future Crane Operator, Rigger, Dogman, Spotter, or Boilermaker positions, please send a cover letter and your resume to

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