At CJD Equipment we offer challenging yet fulfilling work and we look to advance those with leadership potential to provide a positive role within our organisation.
CJD Equipment’s commitment to providing superior levels of service is built on our determination to ensure that our people are the best available to serve you.
In conjunction with our international partners and suppliers, we have developed a unique, hands-on training program for our personnel Australia-wide. Specialists trained in manufacturer’s factories globally share their knowledge with all of our staff, covering Sales and Product Knowledge, Administration, Spare Parts and Logistics, as well as Managerial and Leadership expertise. Our training programs are designed with a customer focus to ensure that we provide the highest possible level of service to our customers, now and into the future.
We are always on the look-out for people within our organisation that we believe have leadership ability. We see it as crucial that this skillset is nurtured from within to ensure that this potential is realised by the people who will play a large role in CJD Equipment’s future.
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