Pickering Volkswagen is looking to add a qualified Apprentice Technician to its team. If you are dedicated to offering exceptional customer service while at the same time motivated to sell then we want to speak with you. You will enjoy a team environment within a small family operated business with tons of management support and coaching. If this sounds interesting to you then we want to hire you.
Perform Simple Automotive Repairs
Apprentice mechanics perform standard vehicle repairs on their own, tasks such as changing brake pads and rotors, replacing vehicle fluids, and replacing car batteries.
Follow Car Checklists
Apprentice mechanics use company-created automobile checklists to determine which repairs are needed on vehicles scheduled to be serviced.
Learn Repair Techniques
Learning is a huge part of the apprentice mechanic’s job. Apprentice mechanics learn how to repair vehicles through formal training sessions and hands-on work tasks supervised by auto mechanics.
Apprentice mechanics create written labor, time, and parts cost estimates for needed vehicle repairs.
Inspect and Test Vehicles
All vehicles must be tested before and after the repair procedure, a task that often falls to apprentice mechanics.
Test Car Batteries
Apprentice mechanics routinely disconnect batteries inside vehicles and hook them up to an in-shop testing device to determine their functionality.
Clean Shop, Inventory, and Customer Areas
Apprentice mechanics are responsible for performing light custodial tasks to keep workshop and customer areas clean and presentable. Apprentice mechanics also keep inventory areas clean and well-organized.
Disassemble Vehicles and Engines
Apprentice mechanics take apart car and truck engines, as well as other parts of the vehicle, such as sidewall panels and floorboards.