Job reference - 35060
- Completive salary, medical benefits, and career growth opportunities
- Nationally represented business offering a stable work environment
- Forklifts, construction equipment, or farm machinery parts background sought but will consider light automotive
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This nationally represented company is well established and has a vacancy or a Parts Interpreter with prior heavy parts experience.
The company, the role, and the requirements
The equipment that you will be interpreting parts for include a range of forklifts and other exciting heavy gear.
You will need a minimum of 2 years' heavy equipment parts experience and could have been interpreting parts across a broad sector of industry.
While industry experience would be an advantage, full training will be provided for those with a light automotive background.
What is more important is an interest in the industry, a good work attitude, and a solid work ethic - these will get you considered for the role. The business is nationally represented company and offers a family-based work environment whereby everyone works and supports each other towards the end goal of being the best in the industry.
Remuneration is industry leading and will equal or exceed most incomes for Parts Interpreters already employed in this field.
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