Motorbike Mechanic

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Job Description


Job Summary:

  • Ensure safety is complied with for all jobs
  • Inspect all motorbike mechanical systems, diagnose and repair defects correctly
  • Adhere to repair and maintenance requirements for motorbikes/quad bikes and other small 4-strokel and 2-stroke engines from light duty to heavy duty equipment, e.g., water pumps, generators, compressors, gensets
  • Capable of inspection and repair of electrical repairs pertaining to motorbikes
  • Conduct routine maintenance work (cleaning carburettors, fuel tanks, replacing filters and fluids, lubricating parts etc.) leading to equipment functionality and longevity
  • Schedule future maintenance sessions and advise riders/users on good equipment use
  • Repair or replace broken or defective parts and fix issues (e.g., leaks)
  • Provide accurate estimates (parts, time, effort) for a repair or maintenance job
  • Keep record of all repair and maintenance on job cards
  • Maintain equipment and tools in good condition


  • Minimum of five years’ work experience as motorbike mechanic – experience in farm set up an added advantage
  • Excellent knowledge of mechanical, electrical, and electronic components of motorbikes
  • Possessor of a ‘Class A’ driving license with over five years of riding experience
  • Working knowledge of problem-solving methods/tools
  • Ability to handle various tools (e.g., pliers) and heavy equipment (e.g., lift)
  • Ability to observe all safety precautions for protections against accidents, dangerous fluids, chemicals etc.
  • Diploma/Certificate in motorbike mechanics

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Precision Recruitment International (PRI) is a privately owned recruitment company with offices in Zambia, Zimbabwe (HQ) and Mozambique. It has positioned itself to provide high quality recruitment services by acquiring the best possible prospects and placements. It does this by pro-actively building relationships with people in developing industries in the various regional countries. PRI uses a wide range of techniques that include specified 'search and selection' methods and contingent-based recruitment techniques.