Experienced Automotive Technicians

Company Name:
International Autos Orland Park
8031 West 159th Street
Tinley Park, IL 60477
Experienced Automotive Technicians Needed!
International Autos Land Rover is looking to expand its service department. We are currently looking for experienced automotive technicians. Experience with German, Japanese, Subaru, Land Rover, Jaguar, Ford, and Toyota is a plus.
Experienced Automotive Technicians are tasked with repairing the most challenging and time-sensitive problems that vehicles have when they arrive at the service department.
-Conferring with customers and service advisors to obtain descriptions of vehicle problems, and to discuss work needed to be performed and future repair requirements.
-Performing quality inspections of vehicle repairs prior to returning the vehicle to the customer.
-Diagnosing, maintaining, and repairing vehicle automotive systems (engine, transmission, electrical, steering, suspension, braking, air conditioning, etc.
-Communicating directly with the service advisor, so customers can be informed if any additional service is needed. If additional repairs are needed, provide an accurate estimate of additional time needed to complete repairs.
-Test-driving vehicles, and testing components and systems, using equipment such as infrared engine analyzers, compression gauges and computerized diagnostic devices.
-Executing repairs under warranty to manufacturer specifications.
-Must have some level of instructor led automotive training (e.g. high school automotive, vocational, college, technical school, OEM, etc.)
-Must have working knowledge of shop equipment such as wheel and tire equipment, alignment system, diagnostic equipment, AC equipment, etc.
-Must have valid drivers license, and clean driving record
For immediate consideration please email your resume or submit online to Fixedopjobs.

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