Licensed Automotive Technicians (310S)

  Mississauga

Dilawri Group is now actively searching for a Licensed 310S Technician to join the team at Dixie KIA in Mississauga.

ABOUT US

Dilawri Group of Companies represents 77 dealerships nationwide with 20 dealerships in Ontario! Dilawri Group offers a performance-driven culture that focuses on success through teamwork, a passion for excellence and providing an exceptional customer experience. We strive to provide our employees with not just another job but a career. We offer a “promote from within culture”, training, solid pay plans, benefits and perks including employee incentives on vehicle purchases, parts and service.

Apply to this position if you:

Have your 310S Journeyman’s license or can challenge the 310S exam, to qualify.
Have a valid Ontario driver’s license
Have experience with Japanese import vehicles
Responsibilities:

Perform vehicle maintenance and repairs as assigned
Diagnose the source of any malfunctions and perform the repair
Qualify all vehicles for warranty coverage prior to performing warranty repairs
Examine vehicles to determine if additional safety or service work is required
Perform road tests using safe driving standards
Qualifications:

Strong product knowledge
Strong aptitude of technical/mechanical repairs
Good time management skills
Organizational ability and attention to detail
Ideally, two (2) years minimum in a technician position
General Dealership experience
Brand experience preferred
Compensation:

$24.00 to $28.00 (per hour)

If you are searching for an opportunity to grow your career while adding value to our team, then this role is for you. We invite you to submit your resume, in confidence, for our review and consideration.

Dilawri Group of Companies is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to providing a workplace free from harassment and discrimination. We are committed to recruiting, hiring, training and promoting qualified people of all backgrounds, and make all employment decisions without regard to any protected status.

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