Australian Manufacturing Workers' Union



Auto Tech Wins

Skilled. Respected. Professional.

We're proud of the work we do with auto technicians to get a better deal.

By working closely with members, we can achieve better outcomes at work, and help to resolve any problems calmly and fairly.

You deserve a better deal. We know many auto techs are frustrated about their conditions.

Join today and start getting the respect that you deserve. 

Recent wins


At Burson Automotive in Victoria, members worked with the organisation for a new workplace agreement that delivered a 10% payrise over three years. By being in the AMWU, Burson auto techs receive more than $8 a hour higher wages than their colleagues in other companies on the standard award.


At Prixcar Services in Victoria - which is a fleet management business - workers received a 10.5% pay rise by joining the AMWU and negotiating calmly and fairly with the employer. 

The Auto Techs felt they deserved more respect and better conditions at work - together we achieved this. 

Their annual salary is now 125% of the standard auto tech R6 wage


At K-Mart Tyre and Auto, auto techs decided to join and work together across a range of sites in NSW, Victoria and South Australia. By working together with the AMWU, they achieved a 10.5% pay raise - $95 dollars a week higher than they were making before.


In NSW, auto technicians working for the NRMA Road Patrol decided they deserved more respect for their skills and work conditions. Working together and with the auto techs' organisation they achieved a 12% pay rise.

They've increased their wages by more than $9 an hour. 

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