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GoGet Fleet Crew (Sydney)

Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia

Department: Fleet Drivers

Type: Full Time

Min. Experience: Entry Level

GoGet, Australia’s leading car share business is looking for a full-time Fleet Crew driver in Sydney to join its Fleet Operations team as GoGet continues to expand and grow its membership base and fleet of distinction vehicles. GoGet is challenging the concept of car ownership and by so doing taking thousands of vehicles of the road, reducing pollution and increasing public transport usage. 

Employee’s Duties:

  • Perform simple maintenance and cleaning on our fleet of vehicles in Sydney
  • Test, trouble-shoot and change batteries, tyres and security unit equipment
  • Work with suppliers to make sure cars are repaired fast and problems rectified to minimise downtime
  • Manage stock in your fleet vehicle and store room, and advise the Fleet Crew Manager when stock needs to be purchased or replaced
  • Ensure all GoGet vehicles are safe and ready for customers, including performing simple checks on brakes, dashboard warning lights, batteries, oil and coolant levels, tyre pressure levels and tyre tread and damage.
  • Trouble-shoot and find a fix for systemic fleet problems
  • Take photos of damage and assess vehicles for road-worthiness
  • Work from an on-line dispatch system in an efficient manner
  • Maintain a high standard of presentation for all Sydney vehicles including
    • Cleanliness inside and out
    • Correct decals (including orange wing mirror) always in place
    • In car collateral up to date and present
  • Fix minor vehicle damage and fit basic new vehicle parts as required
  • Install vehicle security units (if required)
  • Complete fit out of new vehicles with correct decals and in car collateral
  • Removal of vehicle security units, and in car collateral prior to sale of a vehicle
  • Moving/transporting vehicles between locations. (Pods/repair shops etc.)
  • Comply with WHS and all other GoGet policies to ensure your safety

Key skills:

  • Solid problem-solving and diagnosis ability
  • Strong technical aptitude
  • Able to work autonomously with minimal supervision
  • Solid attention to detail
  • High level of computer literacy
  • Must hold a valid current Full Australian driver's licence

GoGet operates an exciting and vibrant office environment with a casual dress policy - not just on a Friday. We are passionate about investing in our people, providing extensive training opportunities to develop the talent within our organisation. We believe in promoting from within and strive to offer strong performers future roles across all areas of our business. If you fit these criteria, we look forward to hearing from you!

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