As a truck mechanic, you are mainly responsible for carrying out maintenance on the trucks (replacing brakes, changing oil, replacing timing belt, etc.).
As a mechanical technician, you are responsible for repairing and maintaining earthmoving machinery and equipment both in the workshop and on-site at construction sites. This involves identifying technical issues and devising clever solutions. You consistently check and test your own work to avoid errors.
As a truck mechanic you are responsible for the maintenance and repairs of the trucks. You check the entire trucks and approve them for inspection or ensure that they are in good condition to hit the road again.
As a car mechanic you are responsible for performing both minor and major maintenance on passenger cars, as well as carrying out minor repairs such as replacing brakes or shock absorbers. If necessary, during busy seasons, you assist the tire fitters.
As a tire fitter, you are responsible for mounting and balancing tires, as well as their repair. You will also manage inventory. If you are able to perform minor maintenance on vehicles, such as changing oil and installing new filters, that is a plus. Many extra hours are worked during the summer and winter tire changes.
As a trailer mechanic, you are responsible for carrying out maintenance on trailers, semi-trailers, and flatbelted trailers above 7.5 tons (no small trailers), preparing them for inspection, and conducting inspections. Your tasks also include repairs such as lighting, construction, loading ramps, etc. Very important to know is that you will not be working with engines.
As a mechanic you are responsible for the maintenance and repair of the machine and vehicle fleet. You also prepare technical inspections and follow them closely. In addition to the maintenance of the machines, you also take care of the maintenance of the garage itself. The machines vary from large trucks to company cars and construction equipment.
As a forklift mechanic you are responsible for maintaining, repairing and inspecting forklifts and other internal transport equipment. You play an essential role in ensuring the safety and reliability of the customers' forklifts. Your duties include performing preventive maintenance on forklifts according to established maintenance schedules, as well as diagnosing and solving mechanical and electrical malfunctions.
As a tire fitter you are responsible for expertly mounting, balancing, repairing and replacing car tires. You will work in a modern workshop, equipped with advanced equipment and tools. It is your job to ensure that the tires of the vehicles are replaced safely and efficiently, with a focus on quality and customer satisfaction.
As a truck mechanic you are responsible for maintaining and repairing various trucks (replacing fans, the floor does not go up and down very well, replacing ABS, installing lighting...).
As a truck mechanic you are responsible for the maintenance and repair of the trucks that come in. You have a good knowledge of engines, hydraulics, etc.
As a forklift mechanic you will be responsible for repairing, depanning and carrying out maintenance on rolling stock such as forklift trucks, reach trucks, stackers, etc. This applies to electric, diesel and LPG trucks. Mainly specialized in Nissan, UniCarriers and Mitsubishi. You work both in the warehouse and on site at the customer.
As a bodyworker you will do all the necessary preparations: sanding new parts, filling and taping off correctly. You prepare everything for spraying. The finish is also one of your tasks: polishing new cars, polishing spray zones, polishing after spraying and preparing the vehicles for delivery.
As a car mechanic you are responsible for the maintenance and repair of the cars, prepare your new cars and read them in, make diagnoses, etc.
As a car mechanic you are responsible for carrying out minor and major maintenance on the cars. In addition, you also repair the cars that are defective. Can you diagnose and read out? Even better!
As a sheet metal worker you are responsible for repairing car damage. This for different types and brands of vehicles, including vintage cars. You are responsible for disassembly and assembly, dent removal and preparations up to and including priming.
As a truck mechanic you are responsible for the necessary maintenance and repairs to the trucks and trailers of the transport company.
As a truck mechanic you are responsible for maintaining and repairing the trucks that come in. You have good knowledge of engines, hydraulics, etc..
As a mechanic you are responsible for the maintenance and repairs of the fleet of buses of the company. This concerns a total of 130 vehicles. You are flexible and you are motivated to learn more in the world of buses. If breakdowns have to be done, you will also be happy to travel.
As a bus mechanic you are responsible for the maintenance, repair and general well-being of the buses. You will work in a well-equipped workshop and collaborate with a team of skilled professionals to ensure the fleet is always in optimal condition. Your tasks include diagnosing mechanical and electrical faults on buses, repairing and replacing defective parts and ensuring that the vehicles are properly prepared for inspection.