The Central Interceptor is New Zealand's largest ever Wastewater Project consisting of close to 20km of tunnels, more than 17 shafts, a major pump station and substantial wastewater management and network infrastructure works.
As one of our Mechanics, the primary responsibility of this position is to undertake mechanical activities such as the diagnosis, repair and maintenance of construction equipment, plant and the Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM), as well as ensuring a quick turnaround of breakdowns in order to minimise downtime of the TBM and related mechanical components on the Central Interceptor Project.
What you will be doing:
- Diagnose faults and repair construction equipment, plant and machinery including the TBM
- Understand diagram, drawings and spare parts manuals
- Perform routine preventative maintenance
- Be capable of assembly, disassembly and maintain a TBM and all the related auxiliary system
- Compile daily reports and record all completed work for shift handover
- Installation and commission of equipment, plant and machinery including the TBM
The successful candidate will have:
- Hands on experience in diesel motors, pneumatic and hydraulic complex systems and TBM or mining equipment
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience in either Underground Industry or TBM Industry
- Skills and practical knowledge in compressed air/water/oil, train, locomotive, belts and rolling stock
- Welding skill is an advantage
- Experience working on heavy civil infrastructure projects
- Full Class 1 Driver’s Licence
- Construct Safe ideal but not essential
It goes without saying that you will be able to work unsupervised and be able to work shifts. The hourly rate will be based on a candidate’s skills, experience and qualifications.
We offer excellent allowances, full PP, training and subsidised lunches – please apply online today!