Service / Workshop Supervisor
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- Job Listing Date
- 21 Jan 2019
- Waikato, Hamilton
- Work Type
- Full Time
- Engineering, Supervisors
We are an organisation of people passionate about customers and their compressed air and vacuum systems. Through our nationwide network, we deliver new compressor equipment and services to the ones already in operation.
We seek a Service / Workshop Supervisor based at our Hamilton branch, to manage the operations of both field service and workshop engineers and manage large overhaul projects.
You’ll make a difference day-to-day by…
Allocating jobs to and ensuring that all field service engineers are fully utilized and supported to resolve technical issues, and ensuring that stock is ready for engineers when required. You’ll be rearranging jobs when breakdowns occur, and reviewing workflows to optimize efficiency. Being responsible for planning all major overhauls including resources required, timelines, and costs, as well as managing the overall warehouse function for vacuum stock will be part of your day-to-day activities. You’ll be the first point of contact for all engineers within the branch on a technical support level; aiding them to complete jobs successfully and time effectively. In addition, you’ll carry out the duties of Health and Safety Officer for the branch, and ensure that safety targets are met.
In return for your commitment, we can offer you…
A competitive wage designed to attract and retain a top-level candidate, staff benefits, recognition opportunities, and the backup of a leading team! This job will be for a person that can multitask, can think on their feet and has the energy and passion to learn in a positive work environment.
The person we are looking for will have…
Excellent communication skills in English both written and spoken, a high level of attention to detail, and accurate with computer data entry and MS Office. Vacuum experience would be advantageous, and a good sense of humour!
Join our team and apply today!
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