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Automotive Technician

Company: Mobility Works
Location: Gray
Posted on: February 10, 2024

Job Description:

MobilityWorks is actively seeking Mechanics and Technicians of different expertise levels to join our team urgently. We welcome candidates from diverse backgrounds, not limited to the mobility sector. Proficiency in diagnostics is essential, and knowledge of 12-volt systems is a valuable asset. While OEM and ASE certifications are advantageous, they are not mandatory. At MobilityWorks, our primary mission is to serve the disabled community by providing accessible minivans, full-size vans with lifts, and commercial fleet vehicles. We are committed to empowering wheelchair users with the mobility, independence, and freedom they deserve. If you are passionate about making a positive impact, please continue reading to learn how you can contribute to our team. We offer a remarkable work-life balance with regular business hours, allowing you to spend quality time with your family or pursue your interests outside of work. Every team member is highly valued, and we deeply appreciate the skills, efforts, and contributions of each individual. Our core values drive us to fulfill our mission and create a positive impact on our customers' lives. In the role of Automotive Technician at MobilityWorks, your responsibilities will encompass a wide range of highly skilled mechanical work, including the maintenance and repair of automotive and related equipment. Your tasks will include diagnosing complex maintenance issues, conducting vehicle inspections, performing road tests, and operating specialized equipment commonly used in the automotive repair industry. Here's what you'll be able to achieve in this position: --- Perform diagnostics and testing --- Install and connect various electrical wiring systems --- Conduct functional tests on electrical systems --- Identify and rectify any issues discovered --- Install electrical panels and miscellaneous components in accordance with engineering specifications --- Ensure work quality through thorough inspections --- Interpret and understand schematics --- Assess vehicle damage or malfunctions, providing repair recommendations, parts lists, and estimated repair times --- Accurately perform under-car, under-hood, and preventive maintenance inspections --- Troubleshoot issues related to the work performed To excel in this role, you should possess the following qualifications: --- High school diploma or GED --- General experience in automotive maintenance --- Familiarity with brake and steering systems --- Strong background in electrical and/or automotive wiring --- Knowledge of hydraulic and electrical systems --- Proficiency in electronic troubleshooting and repair --- Exceptional mechanical problem-solving skills --- Effective communication skills and the ability to collaborate in a team environment Tech Tier Program: APPRENTICESHIP MECHANIC - A student currently enrolled in an accredited technical program affiliated with MBW. This entry-level position involves hands-on mentoring with a Certified Mobility Technician or Advanced Mobility Technician, introducing students to the mobility industry and providing on-the-job experience with installations and repairs, leading to potential employment and career progression in this field. SERVICE MECHANIC - Entry-level mechanics seeking to acquire skills in automotive repair, combined with an introduction to the mobility industry. Service Mechanics will be enrolled in courses related to the completion of the Technician Playbook during the introductory period and will not be required to provide tools. Scope of Work includes mechanical repairs, general diagnosis, PDI, vehicle check-in, general adaptive equipment installations, and O.M. services. MOBILITY TECHNICIAN - Mobility Technicians have successfully completed all requirements of the Service Mechanic role, additionally completing primary driving control training, NMEDA electrical 2, and obtaining ASE certification G1 Automotive Maintenance & Light Repair or equivalent. They will begin installations of electronic and mechanical primary driving controls and perform driver fittings and driver electronic lockdown installations. Scope of Work includes above repairs/services, primary driving controls, NMEDA electrical, mobility/adaptive equipment installations and repairs, installation of electronic/mechanical primary driving controls, driver fittings, and driver electronic lockdown installations. CERTIFIED MOBILITY TECHNICIAN - Certified Mobility Technicians (MT) have successfully completed all apprentice trainings, mobility technician trainings, and at least 6 months of hands-on mobility experience performing installations and repairs. Under supervision, MTs can begin installations of electronic and mechanical primary driving controls and perform driver fittings and driver electronic lockdown installations. Scope of Work includes above repairs/services, OEM electronic repairs, ASE or dealership certification, A4 steering, suspension, and A5 brake repairs/replacement/diagnostics, mechanic/technician mentorship. ADVANCED MOBILITY TECHNICIAN - Advanced Mobility Technicians (MT) have successfully completed all apprentice trainings, completed certified mobility tech training, met the criteria requirements, and have at least 24 months of hands-on mobility experience with installations and repairs. Scope of Work includes above, OEM electronic repairs, ASE or dealership certification, A4 steering, suspension, and A5 brake repairs/replacement/diagnostics, mechanic/technician mentorship. MASTER MOBILITY TECHNICIAN - Master Mobility Technicians have successfully completed all previous level trainings and have extensive mobility experience with installations, diagnosis, and repairs. They require no supervision and can perform any mobility installation or repair. In addition to the above trainings and certifications, MMTs are required to attain EMC certification or equivalent, ASE A6 Electrical/Electronic systems, ASE S1 School Bus body systems and special equipment, and ASE E3 Auxiliary power systems. As you progress through each career level, various incentives such as patches, toll reimbursement, additional PTO accrual, and the President's Club trip await you. Our compensation structure is determined by factors such as skill level, years of experience, mobility experience, and location. What we offer you: --- A work-life balance with Monday to Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM working hours, with no late nights or weekends. --- Competitive compensation packages --- Medical, dental, and vision insurance plans --- Flexible spending accounts --- 8 paid holidays, personal time off, and social responsibility time --- Employer-paid benefits including tuition reimbursement, employee assistance program, life and disability insurance --- 401(k) retirement plan --- An incredibly fulfilling experience in a team-centric environment We strongly encourage military veterans to apply, and we embrace diversity and inclusivity. Join an organization that invests in YOU and become part of a team that makes a meaningful difference in people's lives. Employment Type: Full Time

Keywords: Mobility Works, New England , Automotive Technician, Professions , Gray, Northeast

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