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AAA Of Southern California Costa Mesa , CA 92626

Posted 5 months ago

The Automobile Club of Southern California founded in 1900, is the nation's largest AAA-affiliated motor club, serving millions of members in twenty-one states. Best known for emergency roadside assistance, the Auto Club also provides a wide range of products and services, including: insurance, financial, travel, automotive, and member discounts.

Description:

Maintain, operate, drive and tow various sizes of vehicles and trailers.

Responsibilities include:

  • Operate forklift, pallet jacks, hand tools, power tools and speedometer testing equipment.

  • Proved legendary emergency road service to customers. Identify and promote cross selling opportunities based on customer's needs.

  • Transport, load and unload antique and race vehicles.

  • Set up and teardown displays at various events.

  • Maintain accurate and completes records and submit reports in a timely manner.

  • Attend towing, mechanical, road service and miscellaneous classes to maintain knowledge and proficiency of all automotive road service concepts and techniques. Maintain eligibility for all necessary certificates, licenses and permits.

  • Perform all other duties as assigned ore required.

  • Out of town travel and overnight stays may be required.

  • Excellent Motor Vehicle Record, Class A License preferred.

  • High School Diploma or equivalent.

  • Mechanical aptitude.

  • Excellent customer service and computer skills.

  • Experience in towing trailers.

  • Scheduling Flexibility, ability to work holidays and weekends.

  • Availability to work varying hours and nonconsecutive days off when necessary.

  • Attention to details and meticulous care for of various vehicles and trailers.

  • Successful completion of Auto Club pre-employment assessments, background and drug screenings.

Benefits:

  • Health coverage for medical, dental and vision

  • Paid time off including vacation, illness and holidays

  • Life insurance

  • Disability coverage

  • Pension

  • 401k savings plan

  • Employee discounts

AAA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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