Service Technician Jobs
How to Enter
To improve your chances of becoming a Service Technician in New Zealand, we recommend that you gain a trade qualification, such as a New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical). Alternatively, you could also gain a New Zealand Diploma in Engineering Practice which leads to certification as an Engineering Technician.
The typical job responsibilities of a Service Technician can include the following:
- Servicing and upgrading machinery and equipment
- Contacting supplies for machinery parts, equipment and tools
- Monitoring equipment and machinery
- Providing and training others to conduct routine maintenance
With experience, Service Technicians can often move into supervisory or management roles or specialist further in Engineering and Machinery.
Entry: 40K – 60K per annum (NZD)
Experienced: 60K – 80K per annum (NZD)
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