Victoria Racing Club V

Mechanic on Melbourne (BB-F00A4)

Found in: Fidanto AU

Primary responsibility is to service and repair the vehicles and equipment that are used by the maintenance and operational staff at Flemington racecourse. Conduct other maintenance work as required such as welding, fabrication etcKey Accountabilities Develop and implement service schedules for vehicles and equipment. Source and order spare parts as required. Race day duties as specified. Maintain up to date service records of vehicles and equipment. Ensure that workshops are kept in a clean and safe state and that all workshops procedures, record keeping and equipment comply with VRC requirements.Obtain quotations as required and provide input into the annual budget process. Experience and Expertise Appropriate mechanical trade qualification Experience with working with a range of vehicles and equipment, including tractors, mowers, trucks, utilities, tractor mounted equipment such as boom spray, spreader harrows and hand held equipment including hand mowers, chain saws and whipper snippers. Experience in a leadership role such as head mechanic or workshop foreman is desirable. Good organisational skills and the ability to prioritise the scheduling of repairs and service of vehicles and equipment. Sound knowledge of work place safety and OH S requirements. Experience in fabrication welding highly desirableKey Challenges and Complexities of Role This role will be required at times to work on weekends and public holidays to ensure all mechanical services are working to world class standards as part of race day delivery.Must be available to undertake on call duties when required and attend site for emergency breakdowns outside of standard working hours.Safety and Risk Standards VRC is committed to and responsible for providing employees, contractors and visitors with a healthy and safe environment.Employees must ensure they do not put at risk their own health and safety or that of other employees, customers, contractors, patrons, visitors or members of the public in the vicinity of our workplaces.Employees who become aware of material adverse information about risk outcomes have a responsibility to communicate the information to the relevant business and risk management personnel for action escalation.Employees must follow health, safety and security procedures, including these concerning the proper use of equipment, training, reporting of incidents and rehabilitation programs at all times.Report this job advert

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