The duties of the light service technician are similar to those of an automotive technician, only somewhat less extensive. The job will focus around fluid checks and basic maintenance and assisting the licensed technicians where needed. Typically, a light service technician will change a vehicle’s oil, check the transmission fluid and other fluid levels, inspect various belts and filters, and check air levels and gauges. Training will be provided, but candidates should at least have a basic understanding of car maintenance. Candidate's will need to be at least 18 years older and have a high school diploma or the equivalent. Candidates will need to possess a broad range of automotive knowledge, but do not necessarily need any prior experience. A work history featuring experience in the automotive industry would be a definite advantage. No special training or certification is necessary, but will be required to advance to higher positions as an automotive technician. On the job training will provide workers with the skills and know how to continue their career in other branches of the auto industry. Light Service technician will also be responsible for changing and rotating tires. G2 license or higher required.
Job Types: Full-time, Contract, Apprenticeship
- Tire/Lube technician : 1 year (Preferred)