Tire and Lube Technician
The General Service Technician must have a mechanical aptitude and is able to perform basic automotive services including mounting and balancing tires, tire repairs, oil changes, vehicle inspections and other less technical services while delivering an excellent guest experience. Also responsible to maintain clean and safe work areas in the shop.
Responsibilities and Duties
- Learn how to diagnose and repair basic automotive needs including brakes, alignments, cooling and electrical.
- Continuously learn new technical information and techniques in formal training sessions in order to stay up to date with fast-changing automotive technology.
- Change engine oil and filter.
- Install and perform tire maintenance.
- Install batteries and check starting/charging systems.
- Install headlights and other small bulbs.
- Install wiper blades.
- Repair flat tires. Stock and unload tires.
- Assist fellow technicians in performing technical activities.
- Keep store management in performing technical activities.
- Clean and maintain an organized and neat shop.
- Adhere to all company policy, procedure, safety and environmental rules.
- Extensive standing, walking, pushing, and reaching.
- Need full range of motion for reaching, bending and stooping.
- Repetitive movement of hands, arms and legs.
- May drive a vehicle if needed.
- Lifting of heavy equipment greater than 100 pounds in required.
- Exposure to adverse weather conditions, chemicals, odors, dirt and dust.
- Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
- High school diploma or GED
- Valid driver’s license
- Must be at least 18 years of age.
- Knowledge, skills and abilities.
- Passion for automotive industry technician career.
- Set of tools to perform tasks, while tools may be provided for the right candidate as well.
- Successful completion of pre-employment drug screen.