Bonnici Bros. Services Ltd in Malta is looking to recruit a Technician to join their team on a full-time basis.
The Technician will be responsible for:
The servicing and repairing of mechanical and technical faults on heavy and other commercial vehicles.
Diagnosing faults as per manufacturer’s procedures.
Any ad-hoc work that may occur due to business exigencies.
The successful candidate should preferably have:
1 – 3 years of relevant working experience.
In possession of a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering or the equivalent.
The ability to work on their own initiative as well as form part of a team.
Fluency in English.
In possession of a driving license.
Bonnici Bros. Services Ltd: Bonnici Bros Ltd is the founding company of the Bonnici Group. Since the idea was born in 1975, it has provided a multitude of services to private, commercial, industrial, and national construction sectors, working on major projects throughout the island. Established by four Bonnici brothers – John, Benjamin, Emmanuel, and Mario, the Company’s success is the result of its continued dedication to excellence and quality since its inception. The Company has experienced steady growth year after year. The reputation that it has earned for cost efficiency and completion times along the way is well deserved. The Company's main focus lies within the local construction industry and civil engineering projects with specialisation in earthworks, road construction, and demolition. Through its dedication to sustained investment in its people, the latest technologies, and its manufacturing plants, the Company can guarantee the best possible results with a team of professionals and experts in the industry. The Company is also involved in manufacturing and export and is an authorised distributor of Sealoflex polymer-modified bitumen (as licensed by Ooms International) locally and to North African countries. With an efficient team of more than 140 qualified professionals with decades of experience, the Company continually meets and exceeds customers' needs in Malta and internationally, and it aims to keep it that way.