Auto- Electrician

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Auto- Electrician   N/A   Harare

Wanted is a Auto- Electrician to join an organisation in the N/A sector in Harare . Candidates invited to apply.  

Salary: Not specified    Applications Received:  1    Job Posted: 2021-11-24 05:51:40    Job Deadline: 2021-12-10    Job Status: Receiving Applications (Open)

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Years of Experience: 3

Job Description:

Auto Electrician

Auto Electricians install, repair, wire, and maintain electrical components in vehicles.

Job Summary

Auto electricians or automotive electricians concentrate on the electrical parts in motor vehicles.

Job description entail installing, repairing, wiring, and maintaining of all electrical components found in different vehicles.

They also check what is necessary to bring vehicles up to their best working condition.

They may also treat equipment used in mining such as excavators and tractors.

Those in this line of work must be technically knowledgeable in the use of equipment and machinery to do the job.

They must be familiar with how wires work and how they have to be placed in a vehicle.

Job Description:

  • Undertake electrical repairs on various vehicles.
  • Repair parts and equipment when needed
  • Maintain and repair various kinds of petrol and diesel engine motor vehicles
  • Order for parts and equipment as necessary
  • Liaise with agents and manufacturers on problems in order to achieve an efficient repair
  • Complete all documentation and receipts, including inspection sheets, and applies signatures as appropriate
  • Identify repairs required via unfair wear and tear, and advice the service manager and foreman mechanic
  • Work within a realistic time

Requirements – Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Must be above 17 years old
  • Must be practically and mechanically oriented
  • Must be able to think logically and clearly
  • Must have self-discipline
  • Must be psychologically and medically fit
  • Must possess good vision and be able to identify different colours
  • Must be reliable and punctual
  • Must be safety conscious, to avoid unnecessary accidents
  • Must have business sense and good judgment
  • Must care about the quality of work to be done and have customer satisfaction in mind.


Qualified auto-electrician

Experience working with Volvo Fh16 trucks, earthmoving machines and equipment.

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