To apply for any of the below positions, please forward your Cover Letter and Resume to reception@waggatrucks.com.au or drop into Wagga Trucks at 280 Hammond Avenue, Wagga Wagga.

Qualified Heavy Vehicle Technician

Wagga Trucks is seeking to appoint a Heavy Vehicle Technician. The Technician will be a senior personnel and will be an important part of the workshop. You will be a mentor and responsible for apprentice mechanics at different times throughout your employment at Wagga Trucks. You will be expected to coordinate resources and liaise with the Workshop Foreman to ensure work is delivered on time and to a high standard.

Typical duties include;

  • Be fit for work and specifically not impaired by alcohol or drugs.
  • Conduct a complete range of motor vehicle diagnoses and fault finding.
  • Use knowledge and skills to acquire automotive parts and accessories for all automotive repairs and maintenance as required.
  • Use knowledge and skills to assist repairs in a cost effective and efficient manner.
  • Carry out a range of detailed motor vehicle inspections when required.
  • Conduct automotive servicing and repairs.
  • Conduct general motor vehicle maintenance.
  • Have a solid understanding of all fault reports, maintenance and inspections forms.
  • Differentiate between Warranty and Non-Warranty work and liaise with the Service Foreman.
  • Work with the Warranty Administration Clerk for all Warranty work and assure all paperwork, new parts and old parts are filled out and labelled correctly.
  • Take photos of work when required.
  • Ensure you are Clocking on and off of all customer jobs.
  • Ensure you are completing paperwork at a high standard so the service department isn’t delayed.
  • Ensure you are obtaining purchase order numbers for all sublets.
  • Ensure you are working with the parts interpreters to book all parts on efficiently and not missing anything.
  • Ensure a high standard is being delivered in all repairs, servicing, inspections and maintenance.
  • Operate workshop hoists in accordance with Wagga Trucks Health and Safety Policies.
  • Conduct workshop housekeeping as required.
  • Provide automotive technical advice as required.
  • Assist with in house training and supervision as required.
  • Assist other staff members as required.
  • Any other tasks as required for this position or other reasonable tasks as required.
  • Maintain a professional appearance and manner at all times.

Requirements

  • Drivers Licence
  • Forklift licence (highly recommended)
  • Good communication skills & ability to talk to customers regarding work completed on their vehicles when required
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Organisational skills
  • Trade Qualified
  • Attention to detail
  • Mack, Volvo, UD and Hino experience highly regarded

Spare Parts Interpreter

Wagga Trucks is seeking to appoint a Spare Parts Interpreter to join their fast paced Parts department. You will be responsible to ensure that a high degree of customer satisfaction is kept through quality of workmanship, to maintain a safe and friendly working environment for all other employees, to liaise with the Workshop, Paintshop and Sales Department to meet customer deadlines an to run an efficient and profitable Parts Department.

Typical duties include;

To develop a good organisation by establishing programs that will provide;

  • Skill and knowledge for the Parts Department Employees
  • Good attitude and a personal pride in appearance
  • A sense of job responsibility

To merchandise to a profit through periodic review of wholesale selling to examine:

  • Price structure
  • Sales promotions and results
  • Volume of sales

To control costs by;

  • Seeing that Company received full value for the employed and stock purchased.
  • Obtaining competitive bids for non stock parts and purchasing supplies only when necessary.
  • Analysing and eliminating practices that waste supplies resources, utilities and time.
  • Carrying out efficient practices of invoicing, costing and discount procedure.
  • Controlling the investment in inventory to an expense item.
  • Solving problems, not living with them.
  • Maximum itilisation of existing floor space and facility.
  • Eliminating poor practices in housekeeping, poor performance by Parts Department employees and defective equipment.
  • Developing and maintaining rules and practices which prevent pilferage from inside and outside and from embezzlement and fraud.
  • Ensure rotation of stock, last in – last out.

Other Duties;

  • Control and monitor credit given by the Directors to an acceptable level.
  • Convey information in the workplace and maintain vehicle and customers records.
  • Develop and maintain communications with customers when required.
  • To liaise with the Service Manager & the Sales Coordinator regarding deadlines and customer delivery times.
  • To assist other employees with their duties as required.
  • Other reasonable jobs as required.

Requirements

  • Drivers licence
  • Forklift licence (highly recommended)
  • Good communication skills & ability to talk to customers regarding their needs.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team
  • Organisational skills
  • Mack, Volvo, UD and Hino experience highly regarded.