Sealegs International Limited is the world’s leading manufacturer of amphibious boats, proudly designed and made in New Zealand.
Sealegs is shaping up a world-class After-Sales Service team, set to deliver expert knowledge and assistance, meticulous mechanical workmanship, and an exceptional customer experience.
If you are ready to enhance your mechanical technician career, and join a high performance After-Sales Service team, we want to hear from you today!
Senior After Sales Service Technician
The Senior After-Sales Service Technician will contribute as a key member of the Sealegs International After-Sales Service Team.
Relationships with the Global After-Sales Service Manager, Workshop Manager, Parts Co-Ordinator, Technical Management and other internal business units are vital to the overall day-to-day operation of Sealegs International.
Applicants will have at least 5 years’ experience in a marine or motor-related trade/business, including experience and knowledge with hydraulic systems, low voltage electrical systems, small engine and/or maintenance of outboards.
Being Trade Certified in engineering or light motor mechanics or similar is an expected qualification for this role.
Reports to: Workshop Manager
Location: Albany, North Shore
The successful applicant will have in-depth experience and technical knowledge across a range of marine industry skills, including: combustion engine diagnostics and rebuilding, 12V automotive or marine electrical systems and hydraulic systems.
A working knowledge of onboard vessel electronics will be most advantageous.
Experience in vessel fitouts, rebuilds, and maintenance is preferable.
Alongside the specifics mentioned above, immaculate workshop etiquette is expected, with a mature level of English communication skills, both written and oral.
Competency and confidence with 7-9m trailer boat handling on the water is preferred, as well as towing loaded trailers.
Whilst not a customer-facing role, some customer interaction will be required. Therefore, a well-presented, confident and articulate communicator will enjoy an advantage.
Full New Zealand Drivers licence, NZ residency or valid NZ work visa at time of application is an absolute must.
Whilst specific skills are important, so is attitude; this role would suit an enthusiastic, hard-working individual who is interested in long-term career progression.
If the opportunity to join this small team of experts in the Sealegs range is of interest, please submit your resume and covering letter to Rob Everall of Marinejobs.
Email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 021 996 796 for more information.