Workshop Engineer

  • Nordson NZ
  • Auckland, New Zealand
  • 02 Dec, 2019
Full time   Engineering Trades and Services

Job Description

 Penrose Based, Workshop Role, Mechanical Hands on background a minimum if Electrical too this would be an advantage, but not necessary (As basic training will be given).  Daily/Weekly tasks would include:

  • Receipting in of goods from Australia/Local suppliers
  • Receipting of Jobs and entering within the Job Register
  • Sending of goods for Nordson Engineers via NZC/PACE
  • Hands on Servicing of Nordson Products (Packaging Machinery and related products), stripping of machinery, cleaning and reassembling with new items with final testing prior to shipping to customer
  • Fault Finding of Machinery as knowledge grows
  • Minimal Paperwork, as this is completed by Nordson Engineers
  • Weekly Toolbox meeting held to review current workload and planning of work for that week
  • With all Nordson Engineers mobile and covering NZ wide – there will be times where you will be in the Workshop/Facility by yourself – so answering phone calls will be required and any other related tasks completed too
  • Weekly cleaning of workshop and common areas
  • Hours of work are 40hrs a week, traditionally these have been 7am to 3pm with 30 minutes paid lunch break – but open other options
  • Due to Corporate guidelines the role is 12 weeks work with 1-week break following this format going forward, our office will be closed through the Christmas New Year break with 20th Dec been our last day and returning on the 6th Jan, 2020
  • Currently we have Mike on staff as our Contractor Engineer and Mike is due to retie in Feb, 2020 once he reaches 75, so overlap of the role/tasks will be available for a period of time
  • All tools will be supplied to complete the tasks
  • Hourly Rate $20-30 based on skillset of person

 

PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES

A focus on quality workmanship
Must have a positive attitude with the ability to adapt and learn new skills and concepts and the ability to manage and handle a higher level of pressure