Licensed Mechanic Job Summary
Performs the work described in the work orders efficiently and accurately, based on the dealer’s and manufacturer’s standards. Determines the cause of any defect and repairs it. Detects the defects in the vehicle, based on the customer’s complaints and his/her own inspection. Contacts the parts department to obtain the necessary parts. Stores and labels parts, if the work is under warranty or if the customer asks that this be done. Examines the vehicle assigned to him/her, to determine if additional safety or maintenance work is necessary. Inspects recently delivered vehicles and road tests them, to detect any obvious damage or missing components, and to evaluate their driving functions. Notifies the technical advisor and/or the foreman, as soon as possible, if additional work is required, if the work described is unnecessary or if the repairs cannot be done. Installs the optional equipment requested by the customer or the dealer. Reports any defective or poorly functioning equipment to his/her immediate supervisor. Notifies the technical advisor and/or the foreman as soon as possible if additional work is required, if the work described is unnecessary or if the repairs cannot be done by the expected deadlines. Documents all work performed and recommended in the work order. Road tests vehicles, if necessary.
Licensed Mechanic participates in training programs and attends school and events sponsored by the manufacturer.
COVID-19 precautions Remote interview process Personal protective equipment provided or required Plastic shield at work stations Social distancing guidelines in place Sanitizing, disinfecting, or cleaning procedures in place.