We call our club's vision, mission, values, and supporting pillars "Our House" because they are the foundation for all that we do. We're working to transform AAA for the next century with a mission to create Members for life by unleashing the innovative spirit of our Team Members.
At AAA, our Team Members strive to deliver amazing service and help our Members outsmart lifes roadblocks. We believe everything you do outside of work adds to who you are at work. We're working to transform AAA for the next century with a mission to create Members for life by unleashing the innovative spirit of our Team Members.
Why Work For Us?*
Great Pay - with the opportunity for increases when performance skill blocks are achieved
Training Youll attend a thorough, comprehensive, training program
Benefits Medical, Dental, Vision, wellness program and more!
401k Matching $1 for $1 company match up to 6% of pay
Annual Incentive Plan Eligibility to participate in AAA NCNU annual bonus plan
Paid Time Off Team Members accrue paid time off monthly with an additional 24 hours per year earmarked for volunteer activities
Collaborative Environment AAA will value your contribution to providing exceptional service to our members
Performs vehicle inspections, oil changes, and other routine maintenance related services.
Performs vehicle repairs such as, brake services, tune-ups, timing belt services, air conditioning inspection and repair.
Interprets and completes work orders and related documentation assigned by shop manager.
Documents include, but are not limited to, parts, requisitions, diagnostics reports, inspection forms and recommendations.
Assists other technicians as assigned.
Maintains clean and orderly work area.
Returns shop supplied equipment to proper locations, ready for other technicians to use.
Perform smog inspections as required.
Clear and proficient verbal and written communication even under pressure.
Common knowledge of vehicle components and the common reasons for vehicle failure.
Demonstrates problem solving and listening skills to evaluate member safety as well as the ability. to discern safety issues and respond appropriately.
Education & Experience/Licenses & Certification
High school diploma or equivalent
Automotive trade school certification or equivalent experience
California Smog License
Valid Automobile Operators License
3 5 years Experience in inspecting and repairing cars and light trucks
ASE certified in L1 and at least 4 other areas
EPA Clean Air Act License #609 (for air conditioning diagnostics and repair)
Work Environment/Physical Requirements
Works outdoors at vehicle sites when servicing vehicles. Lifting and carrying tires and parts, weighing up to 50 pounds, several times a day; bending, kneeling and stooping as required for service calls. Works in all weather and all traffic conditions. Vehicle recovery sites may be wet, messy and hazardous. Service Providers are required to provide a photograph for identification purposes.
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