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Automotive Technician

Job Description
Kelly Services has an opening in Two Harbors, MN for an Automotive Technician. The Automotive Technician is responsible for maintain service operations by inspecting and maintaining vehicles.
Duties include:
Keep equipment available for use by inspecting and testing vehicles; completing preventative maintenance such as engine tune-ups, oil changes, tire rotation and changes, wheel balancing, and replacing filters.
Maintain vehicle function by listening to operator complaints; conducting inspections; repairing engine failures; repairing mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions; replacing parts and components; repairing body damage.
Verify vehicle serviceability by conducting test drives; adjusting controls and systems.
Comply with state vehicle requirements by testing engine, safety, and combustion control standards.
Maintain vehicle appearance by cleaning, washing and painting.
Maintain vehicle records by recording service and repairs.
Keep shop equipment operating by following operating instructions; troubleshooting breakdowns; maintaining supplies; performing preventative maintenance; calling for repairs.
Contain costs by using warranty; evaluating service and parts options.
Keep supplies ready by inventorying stock; placing orders, and verifying receipt of new inventory.
Update job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities (training), and reading technical publications.
Accomplish maintenance and organization mission of the company by completing related results as needed.
Pay range depends on experience.
Requirements
Qualifications include:
Must possess a Technician-s Certificate and a valid drivers- license. Previous experience at a car dealership auto shop is preferred.
Job requires a high energy level, and includes a need for lifting, independent work, safety management, problem solving, dealing with complex issues, and analyzing information. Candidates should be persistent and have excellent attendance and time management.

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