JOB TITLE: Technician / Mechanic / Alignment / Lube Tech
Locations: Hill Country Village
Are you looking for an automotive repair facility that offers:
EVERY WEEKEND OFF to spend with your family!
Clean modern facility
Free Unlimited Tech Support for Diagnostics and Programming
Large variety of vehicles
Use of the latest factory scan tools
Newest and most advanced Hunter alignment system and flush equipment
Full time live technical support
Access to our private technical forum.....and much more!
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
As a General Service Technician at Christian Brothers Automotive, you will be responsible for, but not limited to the following:
All Maintenance work such as oil changes, tire rotations, state inspections, suspension alignments, fluid flushes, etc.
Follow all rules and regulations as spoken or written in any form by the management, i.e. employee's handbook and any addendum issued or posted at any time.
Maintain a good and positive attitude and the team concept at all time.
To act in a professional manner suitable as to represent a quality organization with which you are employed, always and in every instance projecting an attitude of honesty, integrity, and respectfulness.
Each employee must adhere to all OSHA safety rules and regulations as well as all city, county and state regulations regarding shop safety, fuel spill clean up or other flammable or hazardous material.
Assist in all housekeeping functions as directed by management.
Examine vehicle and discuss with service writer/service manager the nature and extent of any damage or malfunction. Provide recommendations for repair, parts list needed to perform recommended repairs and hours required to perform the repairs using industry standard labor guides. Provide list of all items needing attention, whether maintenance, safety or other.
Perform a thorough Courtesy Inspection on all vehicles when approved by the customer.
Insure all under-car, under-hood and preventive maintenance inspections and reports are complete and accurate.
Raise vehicle with hydraulic jack or lift, to gain access to mechanical units bolted to underside of vehicle, using proper equipment and safety procedures.
Christian Brothers Automotive