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Automotive Technician

Posted:September 24, 2021 (posted 29 days ago)View All Jobs
Location:Augusta, GA (Richmond County)
Company:Matthews Motors
1351 Gordon Hwy
Augusta, GA 30901


Do you want to work for a 5 star, non-corporate, 30 year strong, family owned business with great pay and benefits? Please consider Matthews Motors (previously known as Fleetcare) when looking for a new career opportunity as a Automotive Technician. We have a newly renovated shop with polished concrete floors (cleaned with a Zamboni behind every job), very well lit with white ceilings and LED lights on every bay, we take pride in our shop! Come be a part of our growing family! Matthews Motors' Mission is "To provide services with urgency and excellence, while maintaining a culture of faith, integrity and growth." We provide in-house training, factory training from Isuzu and Hino, Leadership training and Money management courses. · A wide range of specialty shop tools provided · The latest advanced scan tools provided · 401k Matching · Paid Time Off · Health Insurance · Paid Training Programs · Tool Programs · Paid Uniforms · Opportunities for growth and advancement


Mechanical Skills Automotive Mechanics must be familiar with parts and components of engines, transmissions, braking mechanisms, and other complex systems. Must also be able to disassemble, work on, and reassemble parts and machinery. Dexterity Automotive Mechanics need a steady hand and good hand-eye coordination for many tasks, such as disassembling engine parts, connecting or attaching components, or using hand tools. Troubleshooting Skills Automotive Mechanics must be able to identify mechanical and electronic problems, make repairs, and offer a proper maintenance strategy. Must be familiar with electronic control systems and the appropriate tools needed to fix and maintain them. · Follow check list of inspection procedures · Test drive vehicles to diagnose malfunctions · Read and interpret diagnostic test results from diagnostic equipment such as an oscilloscope, which is used to measure the voltage produced by electronic components · Raise cars, trucks, and heavy parts or equipment by using hydraulic jacks or hoists · Inspect brake systems, steering mechanisms, transmissions, engines, and other parts of vehicles · Do routine maintenance, such as changing oil, checking batteries, and lubricating equipment and parts · Adjust and align wheels, tighten bolts and screws, and attach system components · Repair or replace malfunctioning components, parts, and other mechanical or electrical equipment · Test-drive vehicles to ensure that they run smoothly · Perform all training expectations

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