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A Career in Motor Trimming (JTJS42009)
The second Jordan to feature this show has an interest in design so with that in mind, he's off to visit Charman Motor Trimmers and Upholsterers in Napier to check out those final touches that make a vehicle look fantastic. This is a career that could see you involved on any type of vehicle -- from cars and motorbikes to aircraft, trains and even boats. It's a motorbike that's Jordan's focus however, and he's getting straight into assisting with the replacement of a seat. A new covering for the seat must be cut out then it must be screen printed and re-fitted. Once you've learned the ropes of this career, the world is your oyster. Find out more about this, and a huge variety of other careers, at http://www.justthejob.co.nz Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
A Career in the Motor Industry - Automotive Technician (JTJS62011)
Scott from Massey High School loves tinkering with cars so the chance to go behind-the-scenes at Continental Car Services and get up close to some high end vehicles is just up his alley. First up, he joins auto technician Robert Wengert and is off to the Porsche workshop where the automotive engineering team are on the job servicing cars and fixing faults. Here he meets Thomas, who featured on Just the Job three years ago and is now successfully completing an apprenticeship with support from MITO (Motor Industry Training Organisation). The workshop is a hive of well organised activity and the team here can take on anything from a straight forward service to a complete engine rebuild. In this career, mechanical knowledge and the ability to utilise computer technology go hand-in-hand ensuring the job gets done. With solid skills and a good work ethic, Scott discovers an automotive engineer will be able to work anywhere in the world. Find out more about this, and a huge variety of other careers, at http://www.justthejob.co.nz Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
A Career in Motorcycle Engineering (JTJS22008)
Kushla Porter likes nothing better than heading off road on her motorbike whenever she can. So the chance to spend some time at a motorbike dealership where she encounters everything from assembling a brand new motorbike to helping an apprentice strip brakes. Motorcycle engineers could find themselves doing everything from discussing faults with a customer to test driving, diagnosing faults, dismantling engineers and repairs to warrant of fitness checks and fitting new bikes with accessories. Kushla discovers this is definitely a career that could suit someone with patience, good problem solving abilities and a practical nature. Find out how she gets on and whether this is a career possibility for her, or you. Find out more about a career in motorcycle engineering at http://www.justthejob.co.nz Click the subscribe button to be notified when we have new videos on line. Good Job Hunting!
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