An entry level Automotive Technician provides a high skill level of vehicle maintenance and repairs. Provides service and delivery of vehicles and participates in the control of expenses. A technician may work independently or in a team environment.
Ideal candidates are entry level Technicians who have experience as a Tire or Lube Technician. Great benefits starting on the first day of employment. Advancement opportunities!
Perform a predefined vehicle inspection and light mechanical repairs to prepare a vehicle for customers including:
Perform Vehicle Maintenance: change oil, oil filter, fuel filter, transmission flush, and inspection of vehicle for mechanical deficiencies.
Based upon certification levels, perform other various repairs and maintenance which may include:
Install batteries and checks electrical systems.
Install and perform tire maintenance.
OBD II systems, brake components, tires, tune-ups, suspension components, electrical systems, State Safety Inspections, interior/exterior components, engine and drive line components, etc.
Ability to road test vehicles.
Ability to install parts which include shock absorbers and exhaust systems.
Maintain assigned work area and overall shop in clean and tidy manner at all times.
Perform all assigned work in a safe and conscientious manner at all times as directed by management and Manheim's safety standards.
Handle and dispose of all fluids as defined by MSDS and in accordance with all Federal, State and local regulations.
Create and maintain vehicle history and maintenance records as defined/directed by management.
Assures prompt repairs by interfacing and coordinating with vendors and other Manheim associates for parts and repairs.
Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor/manager.
High School Diploma or equivalent preferred.
1-2 years of vehicle service and repair experience; 1 year of customer service experience preferred
Become certified in a minimum of 4 areas with a preference for brakes, alignments, suspensions, cooling, and electrical
Must continue training to maintain current A.S.E. status once obtained and to meet with technology changes as they occur.