Workshop Assistant


AB Equipment


Workshop Assistant
Palmerston North

Join New Zealand’s market leader in construction, forestry, material handling and environmental equipment.

About your new company:
Originally established in Christchurch as Andrews & Beaven in 1878, AB Equipment now brings New Zealand world-class Material Handling, Construction and Forestry Equipment brands including Toyota, BT, Tigercat, Sumitomo, Doosan, Bobcat, Sakai, Manitou, Vermeer & more. Our customer-centric teams provide 24/7 industry leading sales & support for these world class brands. With a solid network of 18 branches right across NZ, we deliver sales, service & parts for all our new, used & rental machinery.

What AB Equipment will do for you:
» Competitive hourly rate with the opportunity to earn overtime
» Personal growth and work satisfaction
» World class training
» Great team culture!
» Medical and life Insurance benefits

About your new role:
Our Palmerston North Branch is looking for a workshop assistant to join our Team. You will be working in our well-equipped workshop and occasionally in the field. This requires you the have a high level of initiative and problem-solving skills.

What you will need to succeed:
» A positive ‘can-do’ attitude with proven record that you work well in a team
» Problem solving skills
» Familiar with engine, transmission and hydraulic systems
» A thorough knowledge and understanding of electrical circuits and electronic components
» Full driver’s licence preferably with Wheels, Tracks and Rollers and class 2
» Strong customer service skills and the ability to build and maintain a rapport is essential

If you are legally entitled to work in New Zealand, have a positive attitude, are pro-active and want to work for a company that cares about its people and its customers Apply Now!

For further information on the role, contact Michael Crawley on 027 275 6216.

Application close: Thursday 1st September 2022
No Agencies

This job listing will expire on 1 September 2022 at 15:27

Contact Information:

Michael Crawley