Higgins Fiji

Higgins Fiji (a trading division of Fletcher Building (Fiji) Ltd) is part of the Higgins Group in New Zealand which provides specialist services in design, construction and maintenance of
roads and infrastructure. The Higgins Group is a respected leader in its industry and integral to its business are its Higgins Group core values which make the company not only a great
place to work but a great partner for clients to work with.

Higgins Fiji Nadi, Fiji
Feb 17, 2019
Full time
Higgins Fiji (a trading division of Fletcher Building (Fiji) Ltd) is part of the Higgins Group in New Zealand which provides specialist services in design, construction and maintenance of roads and infrastructure. The Higgins Group is a respected leader in its industry and integral to its business are its Higgins Group core values which make the Company not only a great place to work but a great partner for clients to work with. Higgins Fiji currently established in the Western Division with both maintenance in the west and road construction work throughout Fiji,  invites applications from a suitably qualified person for the position of Heavy Diesel Mechanic to help us deliver on our core business operations while moving heaven and earth for our customers. This position is based in Lomolomo, Lautoka with travel required more than likely. Main accountabilities will include: Examine, test drive and troubleshoot electrical and mechanical problems using standard testing procedures. Correct vehicle deficiencies by removing, repairing, adjusting, overhauling, assembling, disassembling, and replacing major assemblies, sub-assemblies, components, parts, or systems. Perform routine and scheduled maintenance services according to the manufacturer's specifications. Maintain inventory and restock parts. Maintain records of repairs and preventative maintenance. Provide consultation on correct maintenance and preventative measures to machine or vehicle users. Perform other duties as assigned. Experience and skills: A tertiary qualification in Automotive Engineering. More than 5 years of experience in a similar role. Ability to service vehicles on-site and in the field. A proactive approach to plant maintenance. A good understanding of mechanical, hydraulic and electrical systems. A strong commitment to continuous improvements in fleet maintenance. Overall high regard for personal, colleagues and workplace safety. Ability to work to a high standard with minimal supervision. A clean and valid driving license for heavy trucks and construction equipment. How to apply If you meet the above requirements, and this role sounds like something you would be interested in, please submit  your application and resume with supporting documents by clicking "Apply Now". Applications close Monday 18th February 2019.