My client is New Zealand's largest privately owned hydraulic engineering company, with branches in Auckland, Christchurch, Taupo, Melbourne, Brisbane and a locally based representatives in Dunedin & Nelson.
They specialise in hydraulic system design, specification and component selection, servicing and maintenance of existing plant and equipment.
They import products from manufacturers in Europe, USA & Asia to support the local market.They also have a manufacturing division utilising CNC milling machines to produce hydraulic cartridge valve manifold technology.
Their goal is to be a successful business by providing the best product support, technical support and customer service in the NZ hydraulic industry.
Reporting to the Branch Manager the Position Overview involves managing a service team of three performing product repair through to manufacture, installation & commissioning of mobile or industrial hydraulic systems.
The Service Manager will work closely with the Engineering Department.As it is a small team the position will require hands on work.
They are looking for someone with a positive attitude who can be proactive at ensuring all customers receive excellent service and support. Responsibilities include :
The work environment is friendly, flexible & has a good team atmosphere.Whilst the above position description is their ideal, they may consider someone who has come from a hands on role, has developed some technical ability & looking to take this further.
They would consider what ratio of work the applicant does in the workshop / field compared to office based technical work dependent on their abilities.
The business has a group of companies & often opportunities arise for those with suitable attitude & drive to advance their career.
If this role sounds like you, please send a full and detailed Resume along with a covering letter of application outlining your abilities as it relates to this role.
Due to NZ Border and Immigration restrictions because of the pandemic.You must have a legal right to work and live in NZ, i.
e. a NZ Citizen, a permanent NZ resident or a current valid NZ Work Visa.