Auto Mechanic Technician

Auto Mechanic Technician Job Description Template

Our company is looking for a Auto Mechanic Technician to join our team.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide accurate estimates (cost, time, effort) for a repair or maintenance job;
  • Schedule future maintenance sessions and advise motorists on good vehicle use;
  • Repair or replace broken or dysfunctional parts and fix issues (e.g. leaks);
  • Inspect vehicle engine and mechanical/electrical components to diagnose issues accurately;
  • Inspect vehicle computer and electronic systems to repair, maintain and upgrade;
  • Conduct routine maintenance work (replacing fluids, lubricating parts etc.) aiming to vehicle functionality and longevity;
  • Uses software to manage vehicle repair: Service menus, Dispatching, Scheduling, and others as directed by management;
  • Communicates with Advisor/Team Leader changes in jobs that alter completion/promise time (breaks part, misdiagnosed, completed job early, etc.);
  • Ensures thorough inspections are performed on vehicles and documented according to shop policies;
  • Monitors training on University of Toyota and notifies Team Leader of needs;
  • Ensures that flat rate time assignments are true and accurate and uses proper warranty documentation and policies;
  • Test drives all vehicles to ensure proper repairs and preventive maintenance following route determined by Team Leader;
  • Maintains a high standard of quality workmanship for the labor performed, diagnoses with accuracy, and repairs with integrity;
  • Maintains “Fixed right first time” and “Done on time” scores equal to the national average;
  • Notifies Service Manager of any vehicle in for repair over three days.

Requirements:

  • Working knowledge of vehicle diagnostic systems and methods;
  • Valid certification (e.g ASE) is a definite plus;
  • Willingness to observe all safety precautions for protections against accidents, dangerous fluids, chemicals etc;
  • Proven experience as auto mechanic;
  • High school diploma is preferred; Certification from a vocational school or completion of apprenticeship is preferred;
  • Excellent knowledge of mechanical, electrical and electronic components of vehicles;
  • Able to bend, kneel, squat, stand, and lift heavy objects as needed;
  • Unrestricted driver’s license and clean driving record;
  • Post-secondary automotive training or equivalent work experience;
  • Neat, clean, and professional appearance;
  • Can drive both automatic and standard-transmission vehicles;
  • ASE Certification a plus;
  • One year of dealer-level or large facility experience preferred;
  • High School Diploma or GED;
  • Broad scope of automotive mechanical/electrical knowledge.