Job Vacancy Trailer Mechanic

We are looking for several trailer mechanics for our Holten location. If you’re interested in this job vacancy, read on!


What will you do as a trailer mechanic?

As a trailer mechanic, you’ll have a highly varied role. In addition to performing scheduled maintenance and repairs on trailers and tail lifts, there may be instances where you need to assist a customer with an unexpected issue. Customers can drop by without an appointment, so flexibility in prioritizing tasks is crucial.

While qualifications are certainly appreciated, we also offer opportunities to candidates eager to learn. We provide various training possibilities such as an apprenticeship program (BBL), APK, LPK, or EBS. However, having some prior experience in our industry is essential.

Would you like a glimpse into your future workday? At the bottom of the page, you’ll find an overview of what awaits you. Can you already picture yourself working with us? We certainly can!

What we offer you

A full-time contract for 40 hours per week

25 vacation days and 13 ATV (reduction of working hours) days for full-time employees

A one-year contract with the possibility of a permanent position

A gross salary ranging from €2,600 to €3,250 per month, based on a full-time contract and depending on your experience and age

Training opportunities such as an apprenticeship program (BBL), APK, LPK, or EBS

What to expect:

Working at Müller ETTC means working for a family business with a supportive and open work environment. Our employees are highly experienced in their field and stay up to date with the latest developments through continuous training.

As a trailer mechanic, it’s important that you are willing to learn and teach others as well. Our workshop is open from Monday to Friday from 07:00 to 18:00, and on Saturdays from 08:00 to 12:30. We work in staggered shifts during the week to ensure optimal customer service.

You’ll be part of a team specializing in trailer workshop areas (trailer, tail lift, etc.). We place a high value on the future and work together for success!

How does your workday look like?

  • 06:45

    Start of your workday

    Upon arrival, you change into your work clothes, grab a cup of coffee, and discuss the day’s tasks with the front office staff.

  • 07:00

    Service Check

    You start your workday with a service check on a trailer, aiming to complete it before the coffee break at 10 o’clock.

  • 10:15

    Maintenance on the Tail Lift

    There is a malfunction in the tail lift mechanism. You need to figure out what’s wrong so that the customer can get back on the road quickly.

  • 11:30

    Assistance to a Colleague

    A colleague is having trouble with a malfunction and asks for your help to take a look together.

  • 12:30

    Lunch Break

    You enjoy lunch with your colleagues.

  • 13:00

    Emergency Job!

    A customer has had an accident, and the tail lift is no longer working. You drop your current task and immediately start working on this urgent job for the customer.

  • 15:30

    Service Check and Documentation of Emergency Job

    Throughout the day, you document the tasks performed on the respective jobs and ensure that all parts and actions are listed on the work order.

  • 16:00

    End of the Workday!

    Your workday was a success because the customers were satisfied. Time to head home quickly, and tomorrow brings a new day!

Ready to apply?

Then send your CV with a clear motivation to For questions or more information about the position, you can contact Coen Ligtenberg at the telephone number below.

+31 (0) 548 855 558

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