Our Resource & Recovery business is looking to appoint 2 HDVM's.
About the role(s)
As a SUEZ Heavy Diesel Vehicle Mechanic these opportunities will provide you with loads of variety, purpose together with working in a highly supportive, team orientated environment where no two days will be the same.
We currently have 2 positions available as follows:
Spring Farm/Camden – primarily working on Plant based equipment you will undertake vehicle maintenance procedures on a wide range of transport & plant equipment, including Backhoes, Front end loaders, Excavators, Forklifts, Shredders and Grinders, Trommels, Sandscreens and Conveyors. You will be involved in a wide range of fault diagnosis and trouble-shooting together with conducting preventative maintenance, ensuring service documents are completed accurately and in a timely manner.
(On Site utility vehicle provided)
Wetherill Park - you will be responsible for servicing our Collections vehicles including Front lift, rear lift, side lift and Roll On Roll Off vehicles, together with deciphering workshop manuals and technical bulletins and completing all service documentation.
With a Cert III Engineering Mechanical Trade qualification, you have at least 5 + years HVDM experience gained (ideally within the transport, logistics or waste sector), together with a valid Heavy Vehicle licence. You pride yourself on supporting your team-mates and bring an exceptional work ethic, positive attitude and commitment to ensuring all work is completed efficiently and to a high standard.
Experience conducting preventative maintenance is ideal and are able to make recommendations to improve operational efficiencies and reduce costs.
You hold safety as a core value and have exceptional fault finding and problem-solving skills. Experience using Mainpac fleet management software is desirable whilst not essential.
What’s on offer?
Joining SUEZ means seeking to secure the resources essential to our future. This role is a rare opportunity in Australia to spearhead a project that will have a substantial, tangible impact on the way Australia manages its waste, changing the environmental landscape for the better.
These positions will require early starts and early finishes (generally 6 am to 2.30 pm), together with an attractive hourly rate and penalty rates when required to work on call. You will be provided with tool allowances and a RDO once a month (based on a 40 hour week), together with the opportunity to be part of a stable and supportive team.