Posted in Other 7 days ago.
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Performs oil changes and lubrication service for member and nonmember vehicles.
Performs tire repairs and installation service for member and nonmember vehicles.
Performs other minor repairs as assigned by Lead Tech or Service Advisor, according to their abilities.
Assist upper level technicians as needed and for experience.
Test drives vehicles when practical for any/all performance or drivability concerns before performing work
Exception: when unsafe or vehicle not drivable
Retest drives after repairs completed to verify that repair solved defined problems
Maintains clean and safe work environment; cleans spills and debris immediately to reduce hazards
Maintain company provided equipment and machinery
Follows company and industry safety rules and regulations
Reports all unsafe conditions to supervisor including but not limited to lifts, overhead doors, and equipment
Attends all required training, seeks additional training to maintain and increase effectiveness
Keeps up to date on industry trends and repair procedures.
Attends and successfully completes at least 12 hours of continuing auto repair training per year sponsored and/or provided by the club.
Maintains customer vehicles in regard to cleanliness and does not tune or otherwise adjust any controls within the vehicle.
Verifies as soon as practicable that parts ordered for the vehicle assigned to them are correct.
Performs all repairs according to MAP (Motorist Assurance Program), OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturers) or accepted industry standard.
Performs digital inspection and documents to their full potential. Notates all pertinent information into the shop inspection or management system, attaches all photos or videos to illustrate repairs or needs to the inspection.
Assures all comeback related repairs are prioritized as directed by manager or lead.
Communicates effectively as necessary with manager, service advisors and other technicians to contribute to the overall performance of the location
Responsible for the safety and accuracy of all repairs made and or systems inspected to assure vehicle is as safe or more safe condition as was prior to work commencing
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Note: May require travel to different locations on an as needed basis
Effective verbal and written communication skills in the language(s) required for the role, as justified for business necessity
Effective organization, interpersonal and negotiation skills
Ability to work scheduled hours as necessitated by business need
Math and computer skills with experience using software applications including word processing, spreadsheets, browsers, and email
Member service focus
Ability to drive vehicles equipped with manual transmission
Knowledge of equipment/tool operation and diagnostic/repair procedures
Maintains 20% productivity measured by hours worked/hours flagged
Education & Experience/ Licenses & Certifications
High School diploma or equivalent certification (GED)
Valid driver license and acceptable driving record
Six months experience in general repair, lube services and or tire shop
Work Environment/Physical Requirements
Ability to lift and or carry up to 50lbs
Standing, bending, kneeling, pushing, reaching, lifting, climbing ladders
Exposure to loud noises