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Workshop Fitter - Cavan Branch

Location: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Job ID: 47PEM_1637211072
Date Posted: Nov 21, 2021
Segment: Construction Machinery
Business Unit: Hitachi Construction Machinery
Company Name: Hitachi Construction Machinery (Australia) Pty Ltd
Profession (Job Category): Administration & Facilities
Job Type (Experience Level): Experienced
Job Schedule: Full-Time

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About Us

Hitachi Construction Machinery (Australia) Pty Ltd is a leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment. At the heart of our machines, our talented and dedicated employees are committed to providing industry-leading after sales service and reliable solutions. We are dedicated to supporting our people, rewarding successes and helping individuals grow. We offer a career path with the future in mind, providing training and development opportunities to help us achieve quality standards. We inspire a safe and healthy working environment through our safety and wellness campaigns so that we can all 'See You Tomorrow'.

Come and discover the opportunity to join the team at Hitachi. We are here for the long haul.

Our Culture

A career at Hitachi provides the opportunity for you to make a difference. You will be a part of a global OEM renown for inspiring innovation, technology and a sustainable future.

Our vision, mission and values is to provide quality in everything we do, with the goal of total customer satisfaction. Guided by our leadership principles, we value our people through open communication and feedback so that you can contribute purposefully towards Hitachi's continued success.

We proudly partner with key charities who make significant positive impacts in paediatric health, indigenous education, mental health and cancer research. Additionally, Hitachi commits to protecting our environment through local initiatives which contribute towards global sustainability goals, ensuring that we leave the world a better place.

The Opportunity

We are currently seeking an experienced Workshop Fitter to join our team in Adelaide. You will perform assembly, maintenance and repairs on a wide range of construction equipment for our valued customers.

Reporting to the Workshop Supervisor your main responsibilities include:

  • Overhauling all minor and major hydraulic and mechanical components from our Hitachi construction, equipment range
  • Assembly and fitment of attachments and components to new machine builds
  • Ensuring all work is completed in a safe manner
  • Undertaking diagnostic and repair work
  • Conduct basic failure analysis and identify specific modes of failure
  • Completion and submission of all relevant paperwork and reports
  • Liaising with technical support staff
  • Providing timely customer service

To be successful in this role:

  • You will hold relevant Heavy Diesel trade qualification
  • Experience with earthmoving equipment or on highway vehicles.
  • Good communication skills
  • Have a safety focus and abide by site safety processes
  • Hold relevant Australian (or Australian recognised) mobile plant trade qualifications

Benefits

We are offering:

  • Permanent Full Time Position in a leading OEM with long term job security
  • Competitive pay rate + company biannual bonuses! $
  • Exclusive staff discount on a range of goods and services
  • OEM training and opportunities for upskilling with access to the latest technologies
  • Supportive mentors who value your input in finding new and improved ways to achieving success
  • Be a part of a leading OEM which genuinely values and ensures everyone is happy and safe at work!

At Hitachi, we value our people and work towards providing guidance on your career path towards a rewarding and successful experience. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer who recruits based on merit and capabilities. We encourage and support a diverse talent pool of skill, ethnicity and gender, to create a wide culture of shared values and enriched experiences in our business.


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