Automotive Technician -- Midas Hawaii -- Hilo

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The Midas Automotive Technician is responsible for servicing and repairing vehicles as assigned by the Shop Manager or Shop Foreman. Our Techs expertly diagnose customer vehicle problems, accurately prescribe correct repair action(s), and promptly deliver the required service, thereby meeting or exceeding customer expectations. In addition, our Technician identifies and promotes our company culture of cooperation collaboration among all techs. By doing so, the Midas Technician is both a teacher and a student, regardless of tenure. We have found this approach best serves our customers and technicians alike.
The ideal Midas Hawaii Automotive Technician has a high school diploma/GED (advanced education, a plus), a minimum of two ASE certifications (one of which is brakes), two years of vehicle repair experience, an unrestricted driver's license and clean driving record, and a strong technical performance record.
The following is a representative list of the duties and responsibilities associated with this position:
-- Use shop equipment such as lifts, welders, diagnostic equipment, etc. with confidence and in accordance with all safety procedures
-- Expertly diagnose issues based upon experience, analysis, and testing
-- Maintain leading-edge knowledge of automotive diagnosis technology, digital manuals, and reference materials
-- Possess an increasingly broad knowledge of how vehicles' complex components work and interact
-- Perform routine service inspections, test, and lubricate engines and other major components
-- Repair automobiles and light trucks that run on gasoline, electricity, or alternative fuels, such as ethanol
-- Adapt to rapidly changing technologies in the automotive industry, as well as in the diagnostics arena
-- Know and adhere to safety and environmental standards for maintenance/repair facilities.
-- Leading or train other, less qualified, technicians in maintenance/repair activity when required

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