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Construction Plant Fitter Apprenticeship at Pat O’Donnell & Co
Michelle Doyle
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Construction Plant Fitter Apprenticeship at Pat O’Donnell & Co

Apprenticeships are currently available in our Dublin Branch.





Key Responsibilities –

·         Follow safe systems of work, take reasonable care of own health and safety and that of others.  

·         Maintenance and repair of all company products, namely Crawler Excavators, Wheeled Excavators, Wheel Loaders, Articulated Hauliers, Teleporters, Material Handlers and Hydraulic Hammers.

·         Maintenance and repair of all components within our products, engines, transmissions, axles and hydraulic systems.

·         Work with all electrical systems ECU’s CAN bus systems etc.

·         Service, repair and overhaul of brake systems, fuel systems and steering systems.

·         Test new machinery and carry out pre delivery inspections.

·         Participate fully in all training and development programs and cross skilling for other jobs related competencies.

Qualifications Required –

·         Minimum of 5 passes in the Leaving Certificate.

·         Full Driving Licence desirable.

Skills and Abilities –

·         Diagnostic abilities.

·         Computer literate.

·         Good communication skills.

·         Strong report writing skills.

·         Previous experience in service and maintenance of machinery an advantage.

Character & Personal Qualities –

·         Demonstrate good work practices including safety awareness, time keeping, tidiness, responsibility, quality awareness.

·         Ability to work independently with limited supervision.

·         Committed and positive attitude to work.

Please apply with cover letter and CV to apprenticeships@patodonnell.com and mark for the attention of Andrea Swift.

You can contact us on 01-6161000 if you have any queries in relation to this application.

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