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# 181105 2-Oct-2015 14:25
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We are a  busy Motorola radio dealer with over 20 years in the industry, who run a large multisite  Digital DMR  and Analog trunked mobile radio network, and are looking for an additional Mobile radio Installation/Technician

The Job is based in Penrose and mainly out and about in Auckland, but covers other towns and cities at times.

Position is varied,  but will be a mixture of install work for vehicles, buildings, repeater sites, setup and programming of new radios, custom projects, GPS tracking and basic repairs to equipment.

A more detailed job description is available on request


Training available to the right person, however it would be an advantage to have experience or  knowledge of some (or all) of the following




2 way radio and repeater experience, VHF and UHF


Experience or interest in Auto electrical / Electrical systems 


Experience or interest in Electronics 

IP Computer Networking

A good problem solving ability


Willingness to learn 


Job involves a mixture of workshop and field work, so a full drivers licence is required.

If this sounds like you, or you have a willingness to learn then feel free to send an email and CV for more information to

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  # 1441897 7-Dec-2015 11:27
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Hi is this postition still available ?

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  # 1441899 7-Dec-2015 11:29
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At the moment it is, 

We have someone coming in for an interview tomorrow who seems suitably qualified. Will see how that goes, but if you are keen then email through your CV and information to 

thanks Steve

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