Field Service Technician

Field Service Technician

About the Company

Jands Pty Ltd manufactures and installs complete staging solutions, encompassing everything from stage lighting and theatre sound design, for theatres, schools, convention centres, entertainment centres, cinemas and presentation spaces, whilst ensuring the highest safety standards.

Our experience in stage design and theatre fit outs and engineering is unparalleled in Australia, with our products and work on display in some of the largest and most prominent venues around the country. J

About the Role

We are seeking an experienced Field Service Technician to join our safety focused, NSW operations team. This varied and interesting role will undertake service and maintenance work in variety of environments, including but not limited to, theatres, schools and performance spaces. 

The type of works will vary from job to job, however duties can include:

  • maintaining equipment and fixtures such as motors, winches, lifts and hoists in compliance with applicable standards;
  • inspecting wiring and fixtures for compliance and associated documentation;
  • conducting maintenance inspections of staging equipment at various sites nationally;
  • providing timely and detailed service reports;
  • assisting in performing ad hoc and scheduled servicing and maintenance of installed products and systems;
  • conducting diagnostics for repairs and complete quotations for customers; and,
  • performing emergency service and maintenance works as required by the ‘on call’ (including after hours) roster.

To be considered for installation positions with Jands you must meet the essential criteria listed below:

  • Electrical trade certification in NSW to a minimum of “Supervisor Certificate” Electrician. Eligible for equivalent licensing in other states.
  • General Construction Induction Card;
  • Licence to Perform High Risk Works (WP & DB);
  • Elevated Work Platform Licence (SL, VL, BL);
  • current and valid Driver's Licence (c class minimum);
  • Work Safely at Heights Training and experience working at heights; 
  • familiarity with Ladder Logic and/or variable frequency drive parameter programming; and,
  • working knowledge of Safe Work Method Statements, their development and implementation.

It would be an advantage to possess working knowledge of mechanical equipment and systems relevant to the theatrical and staging industry.

Applicants should note:

  • Some work will be required to be carried out outside of normal working hours.
  • Intrastate travel will be required on an intermittent basis.

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders are encouraged to apply.

To apply for this dynamic role, applicants should forward their resume and cover letter address the selection criteria above to Human Resources. 

Human Resources Department

Locked Bag 15, Mascot, NSW, 1460


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