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Old 30-09-2014, 11:32 AM   #1
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An Australian Dynamometer Manufacturing Company based in Narellan seeks a trade qualified Welder/Fabricator to join our team due to strong market demand for our products.

Our company manufactures Engine and Chassis Dynamometers which are sold nationally and internationally. We are one of only a handful of companies worldwide who specialise in this range of equipment.

The successful applicant would need the following attributes and skills;

Australian Trade qualifications
Mig welding experience essential
Tig welding experience preferred, but not essential
Ability to fabricate accurate components from our in house jigs.
Ability to interpret technical drawings

Day to day works tasks are highly variable ensuring an interesting and enjoyable working environment.

If you feel you are the person for this role, please forward your resume by Fax to 02 46480612 or by email to jobs@mainlineauto.com.au

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