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    One Northline

    Our people are more than our best asset. With 13 depots across the nation, we operate through a combination of employees and full-time subcontractors in all mainland capitals and many key regional centres. As a privately owned and operated business, we work as one large family and our down to earth culture reflects this. Communication is key to our success and everyone at Northline has a voice. Through coaching and development, we not only develop individual skills but also enhance Northline’s culture and expertise.

    All of our employees are trained in the most efficient and effective methods of secure handling, from container loads to fragile product to doorstep deliveries.

    Diesel Mechanic

    Apply now Job no: 493393
    Work type: Permanent Full Time
    Location: NT - Darwin
    Categories: Diesel Mechanic

    About Northline

    Northline is an experienced Australian-based, global logistics business with an industry-leading national network and an international reach into more than 100 countries.

    Our customers freight can start or end in international cities, small towns or remote communities, but wherever the destination, you can rely on Northline to deliver.  That’s why, we are, Australia’s Global Logistics People.

    About the Role

    This is a full-time position operating from Monday to Friday, day shifts. You will be responsible for maintaining Northline’s fleet to the roadworthiness standards and to action repairs. Having a high degree of time management will ensure that you are able to minimise down time.

    The role is workshop based and due to shift times is very accommodating for a good work life balance.

    About You

    • Certified as a Diesel Mechanic (preferred)
    • Transport Industry Experience (preferred)
    • Physical fitness to handle repetitive lifting
    • Proactive in regulating plant maintenance and servicing
    • Responsible for cleanliness and stock levels of the workshop
    • Ensuring NHVAS accreditation is maintained
    • Ability to work autonomously and unsupervised
    • Good literacy and numeracy skills
    • Good communication skills
    • Prioritising tasks and duties as needed
    • High levels of focus and a commitment to Health, Safety & Environment practices.

    About Us

    At Northline we believe our people are one of our greatest assets. We are proud of what we achieve, and we like to recognise and reward those who go above and beyond. Benefits include:

    • Overtime opportunities available
    • Learning and development support
    • Employee recognition programs
    • Wellness and benefits programs
    • Discounts on travel, fitness and health, entertainment and sports, banking, automotive, flowers, gifts and more!

     If you would like to discuss this opportunity further, please contact 0474 472 585 or

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