ECL Group has established a reputation as one of New Zealand’s leading suppliers to the petroleum industry, offering a range of services from fuel system design and project installation through to scheduled and reactive service and maintenance.
We require NZ Registered Electricians to join our team, and enjoy a unique role, that will utilise your quality workmanship and problem solving ability. The work is varied and spans both electrical and mechanical maintenance and repairs to fuel pumps, fuel delivery systems, stand alone controls and carwashes. In addition we carry out general electrical repairs and servicing.
What we offer you:
A guaranteed 40 hour working week plus overtime
A competitive hourly rate, plus tool, on call and meal allowances
Technology that enables you to carry out your work quickly and efficiently
A well equipped and modern company vehicle
A true focus on Health and Safety, we don’t just talk about it, we practice it every day!
A great team environment where we are always happy to help each other out
What we need from you:
Hold a current NZ Electrical Practicing Licence with hands on electrical experience
Have a mechanical background, enjoy tinkering and keeping equipment operational
Experience in the fuels industry would be ideal, but full training will be provided
Hold a Full NZ Drivers Licence
Have great customer service skills and enjoy exceeding customer expectations
Be proactive, independent and use good judgement
To have a working style that promotes a safe working environment
To be fit and healthy and able to complete our pre employment medical and drug screening
Grab this opportunity to join our team and become part of our success story
For more information about ECL Group check us out at www.eclgroup.co.nz. To apply for this position click the “Apply Now” button, this will allow you to register your details and submit your application. Alternatively for further information contact Kieryn McMahon on (027) 2968424 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications close Wednesday 22nd March at 5pm