Workshop Technician

Job Description

About the business

Marcem Australia is a specialist equipment supplier with a head office in Perth, regional branches in Karratha, Darwin, Brisbane, Gladstone, and now an international branch in Edmonton, Canada. We specialise in the hire of equipment for project commissioning, construction, and plant maintenance, supplying premium products to the mining, energy, and infrastructure industries. We are a company that values our clients and prides itself on providing quality local service and support.

Working with Marcem

Working with Marcem presents the opportunity to join a progressive national company who are growing internationally. Marcem values its people and customers. If you are looking for a positive change and to work for a company that values work, family, and life balance, then this is the team for you. Our business is open to engaging a person with the right attitude and skills and offers ongoing training and support.

Role Overview & Responsibilities 

Reporting to the Branch/Regional Sales Manager and National Operations Manager, our Workshop Technician is responsible for the daily operations of our Gladstone branch. 

  • Coordinate with the head office operations and managers for the delivery of hire projects and general freight between branches;
  • Manage internal and external maintenance, repairs, and calibrations on internal systems, including related purchases, stock control, and data/document control;
  • Report to managers with any issues and decisions related to hires, internal and external calibrations, repairs, and maintenance, in a timely manner;
  • Ensure calibration and testing devices are calibrated and in good working condition, troubleshooting any issues that arise;
  • Maintain the workshop and laboratory in a clean and orderly manner;
  • May need to travel to site for deliveries and maintenance which could include overnights/extended travel and work out of standard hours if/when required;
  • Understand and work within Health and Safety at Work Act;
  • Understand and work within ISO 9001 and ISO 17025 standard

What our ideal applicant will need to succeed 

  • Passionate – A positive can do attitude, willingness to learn and a sense of humour;
  • Be a problem solving, proactive team player with the ability to work autonomously;
  • Trade qualifications or relative experience preferred but not essential;
  • Competent computer skills;
  • Excellent communication and customer relationship skills;
  • Good personal presentation and attention to detail;
  • Open Drivers License and forklift ticket;
  • You must have full working rights within Australia
  • Ability to undergo a physical/medical and drug and alcohol screening


  • Complete flexibility - work around school/family arrangements
  • A workplace that focuses on its people, families and their wellbeing
  • The opportunity to further develop your skills and professional development

If this role sounds like you, then we encourage you to apply. For any questions, please contact - 0439709310