Heavy Diesel Field Service Technician


Heavy Diesel Field Service Technician

  • World leading brand – Caterpillar
  • Career development and training
  • Lots of staff benefits + overtime rates

About us

Terra Cat is the New Zealand Caterpillar dealer.We are owned by Sime Darby Berhad and built on 90+ years’ experience in the New Zealand market.With a network of 15 branches, we offer the entire Caterpillar product range, and the parts and services connected to supporting our product.

With a strong vision of where we want to be in 2025, our values of No Harm, Integrity, Openness and Care guide what we believe, what we stand for and how we work.It has never been a better time to join our business.

The role:

Based out of our New Plymouth branch and working from your field service vehicle within the Wanganui region, you will fault find, diagnose, trouble shoot, service, perform maintenance and repair Caterpillar equipment all whilst delivering exceptional customer service.You will also plan your day to ensure maximum efficiencies, manage your workload and complete all associated admin and paperwork.


Our customers are from all the industries we support so there is plenty of variety in your work.

Benefits:

  • Competitive hourly rate
  • Paid overtime
  • Discount fuel card for family use
  • Subsidised medical insurance
  • $ for $ superannuation contribution up to 6%
  • PPE and uniform
  • A great team with an active social club

If you are an experienced Heavy Diesel Technician wanting a change, this could be the opportunity you have been looking for.


Applications should be made online before the closing date and include a current CV.  When you submit your application, you will receive an email link to complete an online assessment which must be completed before your application can be progressed.

If you require further information, please get in touch with Lyndal in the Recruitment team on 03 943 3185.

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Permanent - Full Time

Job no: DOAQ135969

Location: New Plymouth

Closing Date: Sunday, 16 May 2021