The scope of responsibilities of the Mechanic covers maintenance and repairs on gearbox, differentials, pneumatics and diagnosis of faults, preparation of trucks for COF and engine overhauls.
- Engine overhauls including overhead adjustments, engine brake installations and adjustments and fitting engine accessories and repairs;
- Trouble shooting including use of E-Checks, fit and adjust EPS, Rev counter sensor VSS, assessment of failure using the multi-meter and fitting ECM and electrical measurements;
- Clutch installation and removal including gearbox and differential unit;
- Attending to pneumatics and hydraulic problems;
- Carry out brake overhaul;
- Preparing horse/ trailer for COF at VID;
- Conducting general maintenance and service of trucks;
- Gearbox and differential trouble shooting and minor repairs;
- Rear and front suspension repairs;
- Carry out certification of fitness inspections and repairs;
- Attending to vehicle breakdown;
- Ensure compliance with HSES policies and procedure,
- Perform other tasks as may be required by the Workshop Foreman and/ or WS Technical Manager and/or his deputy.
- Apprenticeship/ Class One Mechanic;
- 3-5 years (recently completed apprentice students encouraged to apply)
- 25 to 40 years of age.
- The incumbent must be willing to work nights and weekends as per workload.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.