Auto TechnicianLarry's Auto Services Center
Auto Technician Full Time
Must have a valid driver's license, we are willing to train the right person with mechanical experience. An Automotive Technician is responsible for the repair and preventive maintenance of automotive equipment. Duties include performing emissions inspections, diagnostic testing of vehicles, and replacement of worn components. The Auto Mechanic can work on brakes, engines, steering, and electrical systems. Perform routine automotive maintenance tasks, including oil changes, tire rotations, transmission flushes, air conditioner re-charges, front-end alignments, battery installations, and headlight/taillight installations. Maintain a working knowledge of current industry best practices in automotive repair. Conduct extensive diagnostic procedures to determine the sources of customers' problems and provide accurate repair recommendations. Inspect vehicles according to the state's requirements for emissions and safety. Conduct necessary repairs and take vehicles for test drives to verify soundness. Maintain legible and accurate paperwork for both the customer and for our records. Clean and maintain the work environment to ensure equipment longevity and workplace safety.