• 26-Apr-2023 to Until Filled (NZST)
  • Auckland, AUK, NZL
  • Salary
  • Full Time


This is a rare opportunity to work in an environment with highly diversified engineering disciplines, where your contribution can make a significant impact. You will have interesting and varied work with development opportunities to continually grow your knowledge. Supportive environment with on-the-job training from a team of national and international experts. Apart from the opportunity to work at the forefront of engineering innovation, staff benefits also include competitive remuneration, fun social events, free onsite gym access, great company culture, modern facilities, and free onsite staff parking with EV charging.

Global industry extracts trillions of litres of water each day with very little ability to recycle and reuse this water. Aquafortus is an innovative technology company poised to disrupt the industry and is at the forefront of research, development, and deployment of high-recovery industrial water remediation technologies. The team at Aquafortus works with the biggest names in global industry.

We are currently seeking a Mechanical/Process Technician to join our Engineering team. This role will be part of the engineering team and will be primarily responsible for the development, construction, and assembly of the mechanical elements of the company's technology. The Mechanical/Process Technician will have accountability for fabrication, construction, assembly, installation, and troubleshooting in areas of process and mechanical engineering for the purpose of advancing the company's technology and commercial success.

You must be able to hit the ground running and be able to identify and help provide reasonably reliable solutions for all commonly encountered technical issues in work tasks. This is primarily an office and workshop-based role, based out of our Airport Oaks facility. You will also be required to travel nationally and internationally to client sites for extended periods of time.


  • Relevant technical training or tertiary qualifications.
  • 3+ years' work experience in relevant roles.
  • Experience with machining & fabrication processes.
  • Hands-on building, assembly, installation and troubleshooting experience.
  • Ability to read engineering drawings and understand engineering principles.
  • Strong hands-on skills and excellent problem-solving skills.
  • Knowledge of tools and machines safety.
  • Adaptable and able to deliver under tight deadlines
  • Team player with excellent written and oral communication skills in English.

If this sounds like you, we are keen to have you join our trailblazing organisation. Please apply now.

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