Plaza Mercedes-Benz is Seeking a Motivated Diesel Technician to join our team!
As an Auto Diesel Technician you will have the opportunity to make a positive impact on our business and in the lives of our team members and customers every day.
We are looking for a strong, energetic, people-focused Diesel Tech who will help us redefine the auto repair experience. Does this sound like you? Apply now!
Free Premium Healthcare for Qualified Technicians!
11910 Olive Blvd, Creve Coeur, MO 63141
Responsibilities and Qualifications
A Diesel Technician will have a strong understanding and will demonstrate the ability to work on diesel and gas powered engines. This individual will be extremely familiar with repairing and rebuilding engines, transmissions, drive line and differentials.
Examine assigned vehicle to determine if further safety or service work is required or recommended
Make accurate use of the multi-point inspection form on each vehicle
Document all work performed and recommended on assigned repair order
Communicate with service advisor when additional work is needed or if repairs cannot be completed within the promised time
Maintain technician proficiency as specified by Asbury standards
Conduct road tests to determine work needed and confirm work was successfully completed when necessary and practical
Utilize product and technical training as assigned by the manufacturer and management
Participate in manufacturer-sponsored training programs and schools to continuously expand your knowledge of new technology
Maintain manufacturer CSI (Customer Satisfaction Index) at or above the Asbury specified goal(s) in service for district, regional and national scores
Complete the work, notations and time-keeping necessary to the successful completion of warranty repair orders and the filing of warranty claims
Report to management any situation or condition that would jeopardize the safety, welfare, or integrity of the dealership, its customers or employees
Perform all levels of diagnosis and repair on vehicles
Utilize hand held devices to diagnose malfunctions
Specialize and demonstrate proficiency in the repair and diagnosis of engines (gas and diesel), power train to include differentials, transmissions, clutches, drive shafts, PTO's (power take offs) wheel ends, electrical systems including starters and alternators, HVAC systems, steering systems, electronics to include ECM's (electronic control modules), ECU's (engine control unit), sensors, engine bolt on items such as turbos, fan clutches, injectors, cooling system, brake systems including ABS (anti-lock brake system), suspension systems (spring and air), complete assemblies, turbo chargers and fuel systems
Raise vehicles using hydraulic jacks or hoists
Must be able to read and interpret diagnostic codes, and use diagnostic software
Must be able to read and interpret mechanical drawings, electrical schematics and hydraulic diagrams
Understand and complete required training for compliance with federal, state, and local regulations, such as hazardous waste disposal, OSHA Right-to-Know, etc.
Comply with all federal, state and local laws, as well as company policy, regarding safeguarding all customer vehicles, property and information
ASE certifications heavily preferred
Manufacturer certifications heavily preferred
Previous automotive diesel technician experience required
Must have basic tools
Must have great technical and mechanical skills
Must be a team player
Must be able to work independently
Must have a strong work ethic and exhibit good communication skills
Must be a problem solver and goal orientated
Must be a minimum of eighteen years of age
Must have a valid driver's license
Must be able to pass pre-employment screening (background & drug test)
In order for you to be your best for our customers, you have to be healthy, financially-secure and continue to develop your skills and expand your knowledge. We are committed to helping you achieve these goals through our competitive benefits and perks program!
Competitive weekly pay
401k plans with company matching for most full-time and part-time team members
Health care medical, dental and vision insurance plans
ZERO-COST medical premium for base HDHP option for team member only coverage (select roles eligible and job tenure applies: A&B Technicians, Body Shop Technicians, Internal Technician, Body Shop Mechanical Tech's, Painters, Shop Foreman, Sales Consultants, Service Advisors and Body Shop Estimators.)
Tax-free flexible spending accounts
Life Insurance ($30,000 complimentary), short-term and long-term disability plans
Paid holidays and PTO (up to 28 days depending on length of employment service and position)
Stock Equity Grant program for high performance (select front-line team members eligible!)
Employee discounts on service and cars
Up to 8 weeks paid pregnancy disability leave program
Career Path tool to assist in career development
Scholarship program for employees, their parents, and their dependents
Opportunities to join our community service initiatives
Recognition program with opportunity to earn credit on Amazon.com
Employee referral program with bonus opportunities
Why Asbury? Asbury offers the advantages only a major dealer group can. With more than 25,000 available vehicles in stock to sell, 500+ cars sold and 4,500+ vehicles serviced daily, 8,000 team members and 8 million customers, we are one of the largest Fortune 500 franchised auto retailers in the United States. Asbury operates more than 80 dealerships across the country-- which means there are plenty of opportunities for career growth and development. Our competitive pay and benefits, training opportunities, and recognition programs make Asbury an industry leader. To find out more, visit us at: www.asburycareers.com.