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Automotive Technician

Job Description

We are looking for a reliable and knowledgeable Automotive Technician. In this role, you will inspect and repair vehicles and make recommendations for automotive repairs and maintenance.


The Automotive Technician will also answer customer questions, inform customers about shop products and services, and adhere to vehicle safety protocols.


Automotive Technician Duties and Responsibilities



  • Check vehicles to ensure compliance with state inspection requirements

  • Perform routine automotive maintenance, such as oil changes and tire rotations

  • Identify pre-existing and potential vehicle malfunctions

  • Work with manufacturers to order inventory

  • Coordinate with insurance companies to complete sponsored repairs

  • Inform customers about promotional products and services

  • Test vehicle parts prior to installation/repair

  • Keep accurate records of completed and outstanding jobs

  • Consistently meet deadlines for completed work


Automotive Technician Requirements and Qualifications



  • Vocational or postsecondary program completion preferred

  • ASE Certification preferred, but not required

  • At least 1 years of previous experience in a related role

  • Extensive experience with various hand tools preferred

  • Must have your own tools


Similar Job Titles



  • Automotive Service Technician

  • Service Technician

  • Mechanic

  • Small Engine Mechanic

  • Automotive Repairer

  • Auto mechanic



Company Description
Woods Automotive is a family owned business that has serviced the Dayton and surrounding area for over 28 years. We strive on excellent work and great customer service. We offer a timely repair at a reasonable price. We have ASE Certified mechanics that are up to date on the newest technology for auto repair. Woods Automotive has a central location on HWY 321/N. Cleveland in Dayton. We offer general auto repair (brakes, a/c, etc), diagnosis checks, front end repair, motor & transmission installation and the list go on.



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