Boston , MA 02108
Posted 8 months ago
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Earn up to $40-$50 as a mobile technician!
YourMechanic connects customer in need of car repairs with automotive technicians nationwide. Car owners get a convenient experience. The automotive technicians we partner with earn great pay and set their own schedules. We're looking for friendly, skilled techs to join our growing network!
Benefits of working with YourMechanic:
- Makeup to $40-$50 per hour flat rate
- Set your own schedule -- work any day and time you want
- Set your own service area and how far you're willing to travel to work on a customer's car
- Receive payments weekly by direct deposit
What we do:
- We refer appointments with customers to you based on your availability.
- We assist you with ordering and advancing customer payment for all your parts.
- We take care of customer payments
- Support staff 7 days a week
What do you need to get started?
- 5+ years of strong automotive diagnostic experience at a shop or dealer
- Have a high level of motivation, energy, and a customer-focused attitude
- Valid driver's license, DMV record in good standing, clean background check, and reliable transportation
- Your own set of basic automotive tools to allow you to work on customers' cars
- Ability to diagnose and repair to specifications -- brake and hydraulic, exhaust, primary and/or advanced fuel ignition and electrical, and suspension
- A/C repairability and ASE certifications or technical school is a plus
YourMechanic was founded in 2012 with the goal to make car repair and maintenance affordable, convenient, and transparent. We started YourMechanic because we believed that the auto repair industry was broken.
Dealing with car problems is not only a time-consuming and frustrating experience, it is often expensive. Car owners often lack visibility regarding the quality of mechanics or fairness of price. At the same time, the mechanics who put in the hard work fixing cars make very little money at repair shops (less than 20% of what consumers pay), and rarely get the recognition they deserve.