• Trayne Consulting

Mechanical Maintenance Fitter

Updated: May 5

About the Company:

Trayne Consulting is currently recruiting an experienced Mechanical Maintenance Fitter to join our National Client working out of their St Mary’s location. Specialising in timber doors, they are an industry leader with a fantastic opportunity for the right person. About the Role:

Reporting to the Maintenance Manager, this role is one where you will be able to use your knowledge and skills that you have gained from a similar environment to provide timely and effective mechanical support to the production operations. The ideal candidate must be able to think on their feet, enjoy a challenge and take great pride in their workmanship. Your focus on safety, quality and your ability to deliver quality service to the team will be highly regarded. Key responsibilities include:

  • To ensure that the plant can be operated safely with minimal downtime and waste

  • Work closely with operations personnel to ensure that reliability and safety issues are dealt with in an effective and timely manner

  • Assessing and prioritising breakdown service requirements in line with business requirements

  • Comply with all responsibilities as described in the Work Health Safety Management Systems procedures and Safe Work Instructions

  • Show a great deal of initiative and be a strong advocate of teamwork

  • Identifying and resolving equipment reliability and improvement opportunities

  • Ensure correct procedures, methods, policies and standards are followed

Skills & Requirements:

  • A mechanical trade qualification with proven experience in a manufacturing environment

  • Ability to weld and do minor fabrication work

  • Experience with Pneumatic & Hydraulic equipment

  • Possess the capability to carry out planned and preventative maintenance on equipment

  • Can troubleshoot problems and provide all reactive maintenance support in an autonomous manner if required

  • Have a high regard and focus on Workplace Health and Safety

  • Be a strong communicator, focusing on quality and getting things done right the first time

  • Positive attitude with a willingness to learn.

  • A passion for Lean / 5S / Continuous Improvement.

  • Computer literacy (knowledge of MEX an advantage however not essential)

  • NSW Forklift licence (desirable not essential)

Benefits: The successful candidate will be rewarded with a competitive salary package as well as a variety of benefits such as:

  • Monthly RDO

  • Ongoing career development and progression opportunities

  • Onsite and Street Parking

  • PPE provided (you will need to provide your own boots)

Currently this role would work an 8 hour shift, 5 days a week however there maybe a requirement for overtime on weekends and during the week as required. Please note: If successful, you will be paid under a site enterprise agreement, have uniforms and PPE supplied and be trained in all safe work practices. The successful candidate will need to undergo a pre-employment medical, drug and alcohol test and have a clean valid police check completed within the last 6 months. If you think you have what it takes to be successful in this role, then apply now by attaching your up-to-date Resume in Word format that outlines your skills and attributes relevant to this exciting position. Due to a high volume of applicants only short-listed candidates will be contacted.


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