Hiring a Automotive Technician

We are looking for a motivated, experienced automotive technician. Looking for someone who thrives working in a team environment. This Monday through Friday position offers hourly pay rate, bonus plan, retirement plan, uniforms and we pay half health insurance

Applicant must:

-Be knowledgeable in full diagnostic as well as electrical repairs. Proficient and confident in diagnosing and working on all aspects of auto repair – domestic & foreign.

-Be familiar with computer based automotive repair & estimating programs for research relating to customer repairs.

-Have his/her own tools and tool storage, valid driver’s license and reliable form of transportation.

– Be able to work independently and as a team

– Provide accurate and honest information to the customers on the care of their vehicles, providing options and recommendations.

-Strive for harmony and teamwork with technicians, owners and all office staff

– Be dependable and trustworthy

– Be clean and have attention to detail, with good organizational skills

Experience Level Required: 3 years+

ASE Certifications are preferred.

This is a full-time position; Monday – Friday 8:00-5:00 with benefits

Compensation is commensurate with experience.

Vote YES on #1

We support a “yes” vote on question #1. This requires manufacturers that sell vehicles beginning with model year 2022 to allow access to vehicle owners and independent repair facilities to vehicle information systems in order to run diagnostics. This allows us, other independent repair shops and the owner of the vehicle to access critical information in order to fix the vehicle. This gives owners options and choices as to who can diagnose their vehicle.

Recall’s what you need to know

What is a vehicle recall? Your vehicle is recalled when the NHTSA believes that your car doesn’t meet a minimum safety standard.

To check if you car has a recall go to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website and put your Vehicle Identification Number (17 charterer) that can be found on your registration or on the dash of your car. It will show any open recalls that haven’t been done.

If your vehicle does have an open recall you should call your local dealer (unfortunately we can’t do recalls at ESP) and they should be able to take care of it in a timely manner.