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FORKLIFT MECHANIC / FORKLIFT TECHNICIAN JOBS AUSTRALIA WIDE

 

Hi All,

 

Konnecting is an Australian Skilled Migration & Recruitment Agency.

 

Our client is a global company that has enjoyed more than 40 years of success in the Australian Market through the Manufacturing and Servicing of lift trucks.

 

Due to company growth we are looking for experienced forklift technicians for positions available Australia wide.

 

Working as a forklift service technician, you will essentially be responsible for delivering a high quality of service to customers whilst performing non scheduled and preventative maintenance work. The role will be to service, maintain and repair the Company's range of small & large forklifts and other load-shifting equipment and their attachments. You will be required to repair and refurbish gas, electric and diesel forklifts and other industrial machinery including scissor lifts, dock levellers and generators at the company's workshops and or at customer's premises as necessary.

 

 

 

Understanding of hydraulics and pneumatics

LPG & Diesel fuel systems.

Battery and Electric Forklift experience

Fault diagnostic skills

 

Essential criteria:

Trade qualified motor mechanics

Minimum of 3 years experience servicing forklifts

Good communication skills and customer service experience.

Forklift licence

Drivers licence

You will enjoy above award wages and operate within a great working environment. You will also benefit from ongoing training to enhance your skills and develop you as a technician.

 

 

Australian 457 Visa Sponsorship is available to suitable candidates.

 

Contact us at recruit@konnecting.com or visit our website konnecting.com

 

Fred Molloy

Registered Migration Agent: MARN: 0853698

Konnecting - Skilled Migration & Recruitment

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