3rd to 4th Year Light Vehicle Mechanic Apprenticeship - 987061


Job Title

3rd to 4th Year Light Vehicle Mechanic Apprenticeship - 987061


Major Motors Isuzu


Forrestfield, Western Australia

Work Type

Full Time, Apprenticeship


Trades & Services Motor Mechanics

Open Date

14 Sep 2021

Closing Date

04 Oct 2021

Required Skills

Role Description

Are you a 3rd or 4th year Light Vehicle Mechanic Apprentice? Do you want the opportunity to complete a dual trade in Heavy Duty Mechanics? If so we want YOU! 


Please copy and paste this link into your browser to Apply.   https://bit.ly/3k8SdAn


About you:


Major Motors is an institution in the states motor vehicle industry. Proudly a West Australian family business Major Motors is one of the country's biggest Isuzu dealers with a continual commitment to its customers in Perth and surrounding suburbs. Our Major Motors Forrestfield dealership prides itself on the tenure of its employees and strives to continually support and engage staff development through their careers. We are currently seeking a 3rd or 4th year Heavy Duty Automotive Mechanic Apprentice to join our team. In this role, you will report to the Workshop Foreman.


Key Requirments:

  • Demonstrate a genuine interest in the industry
  • Must show initiative at all times
  • Able to follow safety procedures at all times
  • Minimum year 10 school education
  • Valid C class driver’s license
  • Good communication skills and a positive attitude
  • Drive to succeed


Key Responsibilities:

  • Carry out service, repairs and cleaning tasks as instructed by the Foreman/Service Manager
  • All repairs should be carried out using good workshop practices and reference should be made to the workshop manuals for specific procedures and specifications
  • On completion of a job card or at the end of a shift, a description of work carried out must be entered onto the job card and handed to the workshop Foreman or delegate
  • Any workshop stock used must be entered on the job card, ie. oil, coolant and fuel
  • A well-stocked toolbox is required
  • When ordering parts, the relevant job card is to be presented and a parts requisition to be filled out
  • On completion of the job, it is to be presented for final check testing by the Foreman or delegate with the job card for signing cards must be filled in promptly and accurately
  • Work bay areas are to be cleaned on the completion of each job
  • Any warranty items must be presented to the Warranty Clerk with warranty tag completed and attached
  • Report immediately any defective or unsafe workshop equipment to the Foreman or delegate and fulfil OHS responsibilities
  • 100% attendance at Tafe is mandatory
  • Comply with all instructions given by Managers or their delegates and take all reasonable care to ensure your own health and safety at work and to avoid adversely affecting the health and safety of any other person and to minimise pollution and damage to the environment through any action or omission 
  • Use all protective clothing and equipment provided in the manner in which you have been properly instructed to use it

Our client is seeking to increase the diversity of their workforce and to improve equal opportunity outcomes for Indigenous Australians. Therefore, Indigenous Applicants are highly encouraged to apply.


How to Apply.

Please copy and paste this link into your browser to Apply.   https://bit.ly/3k8SdAn


Location: Forrestfield

Full Time

Applications close:  4/10/2021


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