Automotive Technician "B Tech"

Auburn, MA
Full Time
Market Operations
Mid Level

Job Title: Automotive Service Technician – B Level 
Location: Auburn, MA  
Full Time, Onsite 
Compensation: $27+/hr plus $1,000 Sign on Bonus* and Annual Retention Bonus! 

Under minimal supervision, performs all processes necessary to complete basic mechanical and cosmetic repairs on fleet vehicles following Flexcar policies and procedures. The "B" Level Service Technician has the responsibility of understanding and completing routine repairs necessary for the repair of customer vehicles. This individual will perform general repairs and diagnoses with minimal assistance. These repairs include but are not limited to light engine work, brake systems, drive shafts, electrical systems, interior trim and entertainment components, exterior body panels and components, HVAC systems, steering & suspension systems, and any other repair as assigned by site management. This role is offered starting at $27.00/hr plus a FULL benefit package! 

What You’ll Love about this Role: 

  • Being a core member of the site team – our customer safety depends on you!  

  • Being part of an automotive company that recognizes talent – where you can make a difference.    

  • We are growing quickly – which means your career can grow quickly with us too!   

What You’ll Do: 

  • Identify, order, and maintain correct supplies and parts in order to properly service vehicles. 

  • Understand how to properly use hand tools, chemicals, and all shop equipment. 

  • Make accurate use of the return inspection information on each vehicle 

  • Document all work performed and recommended on assigned repair order 

  • Communicate with service manager or site management when additional work is needed or if repairs cannot be completed within the promised time 

  • Conduct road test to determine work needed and to confirm work was successfully completed when necessary and practical 

  • Perform all levels of diagnosis and repair on vehicles 

  • Perform all levels of preventive/routine maintenance services 

  • Utilize product and technical training as assigned by site management 

  • Participate in sponsored training programs and schools to continuously expand your knowledge of new technology 

  • Complete the work, notations and time-keeping necessary to the successful completion of all repair orders. 

  • Report to management any situation or condition that would jeopardize the safety, welfare, or integrity of the site, its customers, or employees 

  • Take care to ensure that all vehicles are returned to the lot as clean as they were prior to being serviced 

  • Understand and complete required training for compliance with federal, state, and local regulations, such as hazardous waste disposal, OSHA Right-to-Know, etc. 

  • Comply with all federal, state and local laws, as well as company.y policy, regarding safeguarding all vehicles, property and information 

What Drives Success for this Role:  

  • ASE certifications heavily preferred 

  • Previous automotive technician experience required 

  • Must have great technical and mechanical skills 

  • Must be a team player and have the ability to work repetitively on complex tasks 

  • Provide support to other associates and managers as needed. 

  • Perform all work within standardized cycle times 

  • Flexibility to work days, evenings, weekends and/or holidays. 

  • Willingness to work in varying weather conditions. 

  • Ability to carry tools and supplies up to 75lbs. 

  • Valid driver’s license and an acceptable driving record (per company standards) 

  • 2+ years of automotive repair experience is preferred. 

  • At least 18 years old 

What Tops Off the Tank:     

  • Rest & Relax! Potential to accrue 60 hours of PTO your first year, and up to 120 hours in later years plus multiple company paid holidays and three floating holidays you choose 

  • Save for Your Future! 401(k) with company match from day one of hire  

  • Expand The Family! Paid family leave available for all full-time employees  

  • Drive a Flexcar! Discounted employee rate on Flexcar products 

Who Are We?  

  • Flexcar empowers all walks of life the flexibility to have a car of their own without the hassles of traditional car ownership. Convenient and affordable, Flexcar is here to disrupt a 90 Billion dollar industry by providing customers an alternative to car-sharing, leases, ownership, and car rentals.  

  • Flexcar is rapidly growing, and we want you to be a Flexster. Our special team is passionate, kind, collaborative, driven, and all-in on building the next automotive game-changer from the ground-up. This truly is an amazing opportunity to not only contribute your talents as a team-member, but also to help build the future Flexcar.  

The Extra Mile:   

  • We encourage Flexsters to bring their whole selves to work - unique perspectives, personal experiences, backgrounds, and however they identify. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer – M/F/D/V.  

    *Sign on Bonus eligible after 30 days of employment 

Who are we?

Flexcar empowers all walks of life the flexibility to have a car of their own without the hassles of traditional car ownership. Convenient and affordable, Flexcar is here to disrupt a 110 Billion dollar industry by providing customers an alternative to car-sharing, leases, ownership, and car rentals.

Flexcar is rapidly growing and we want you to be a Flexter. Our special team is passionate, kind, collaborative, driven, and all-in on building the next automotive game-changer from the ground-up. This truly is an amazing opportunity to not only contribute your talents as a team-member, but also to help build the future Flexcar.

The extra mile:

We encourage Flexsters to bring their whole selves to work - unique perspectives, personal experiences, backgrounds, and however they identify. We are proud to be an equal opportunity employer – M/F/D/V.

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