SEPTEMBER 12, 2018
LIGHT / HEAVY VEHICLE TECHNICIAN
LIVERPOOL / WESTERN SUBURBS AREA
EXCELLENT SALARY & BENEFITS
- Light / Heavy Vehicle Technician
- Liverpool / Western Suburbs Area
- Excellent Salary & Benefits
Our client is a traffic control and management company in Australia and New Zealand. Its activities include the provision of traffic management safety services comprising the people and vehicles with equipment for a range of traffic control situations, and traffic management planning and advice. The company is also involved in road bridge joint maintenance and installation; and road side safety barrier installation and maintenance, as well as other civil works. In addition, it procures, manages, and services fleet vehicles, as well as provides vehicles to the infrastructure, construction, utilities, and government sectors. Due to rapid expansion, an excellent opportunity for a qualified light / heavy vehicle Mechanic / Technician to assist in the repair and maintenance of their fleet of vehicles has arisen.
In order to be invited for an interview, candidates will be qualified, live within a reasonable commute to the Liverpool area and have a good understanding of both light and heavy vehicles. You are looking for a stable career position, are reliable and can communicate effectively.
The remuneration for this position is negotiable and is anticipated to include a salary of around $80k or $40 P/H + Super + benefits.
Interested and suitably qualified applicants should email their resumes to David Hennessy @ firstname.lastname@example.org or via this site. For many other Motor Industry positions please visit our website at www.motorstaff.com.au, see our listings on “Seek”, follow us on facebook and LinkedIn. Your resume must contain your address so we can assess commuting requirements. Applicants must be physically located in Australia and must be Australian or New Zealand citizens or hold a permanent residency visa. Please note that only those applicants with relevant industry experience will be acknowledged.