Are you an experienced Heavy Diesel Mechanic looking for a role with variety where no two days are the same? We have an opportunity available to join our Workshop Team here in Tamaki Makaurau.
This role involves focusing on repair and maintenance on a variety of medium to large plant and equipment and road transport. .
When you join Higgins, you will have the support of a company that understands how important each member of our team is in delivering what we do best – Roading and Infrastructure.
If you are looking for a change in role then now is the time to take action! This is what we think you will need to be successful:
- Experience in mechanical repair and maintenance of heavy vehicles and equipment
- Minimum Level 4 Trade qualification
- Practical experience operating industry equipment and plant
- Excellent communication skills
- Flexible and resilient (occasionally required to work night shift/call outs)
- High attention to detail
- Physically fit
- Committed to a safety-first culture
What’s in it for you?
The opportunity to grow and develop in a supportive team, to bring excitement to influence and lead change and of course, great employee benefits for you and your family!
As part of the wider Fletcher Construction Group, we offer a range of initiatives and knowledge that you will be able to leverage off. We have a strong focus on continued learning and development and there will be a range of opportunities for you to take advantage of. As an organisation we are passionate about the safety of our staff and there is continued support for the initiatives you will be required to implement and maintain.
Higgins are a leading roading and civil infrastructure company in New Zealand. We are on a dynamic growth path building tomorrows New Zealand with people at the heart of what we do every day.
If you want to play a key role in a leading roading and civil infrastructure company with Higgins and Fletcher Construction, please apply directly online.
Building better roads for safer journeys – He pai ake te hanga o ngā rori, kia haumaru ai ngā haerenga