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Motorcycle and Power Equipment Technician

Motorcycle and Power Equipment Technicians work on and repair motorcycles and other vehicles such as motor scooters and all-terrain vehicles. They are responsible for assembling, diagnosing, maintaining and repairing engines, transmissions, drive systems, steering assemblies, braking systems, chassis and suspension, electrical systems, and fuel and exhaust systems. Motorcycle and Power Equipment Technicians also may specialize …

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Automotive Glass Technician

An Automotive Glass Technician is responsible for removing, installing, repairing and generally servicing all types of stationary and movable glass in motor vehicles. With new automotive safety systems such as ADAS (advanced driver assistance system), many vehicles now have cameras and sensors that must be re-calibrated following glass replacement, so many auto glass shops are …

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Tow Truck Operator

A tow truck operator is responsible for communicating with a dispatcher, driving to the scene of an accident or breakdown, connecting the vehicle to the tow truck, and transporting it back to the service station or junkyard. A tow truck operator is responsible for communicating with a dispatcher, driving to the scene of an accident …

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Body Shop Helper

The Body Shop Helper assists in the daily operations of the collision repair facility by moving vehicles into appropriate designated areas, assisting body shop technicians and painters as required with the preparation of vehicles for each phase of collision repair. The Body Shop Helper is responsible for the daily cleaning of the body shop and …

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Parts Delivery Driver

The Parts Delivery Driver is responsible for completing daily parts runs to local dealerships, repair shops and suppliers and assisting the parts warehouse with various inventory, shipping, and receiving tasks in between parts deliveries.

Automotive Collision Repair Technician

Formerly known as “Motor Vehicle Body Repairer, Metal and Paint,” but renamed in conjunction with the Canadian Red Seal harmonization initiative, collision repair technicians repair, or replace sheet metal and parts of automobiles and trucks damaged in a collision or other incident. They are responsible for performing a wide variety of repairs to collision damaged …

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Inventory / Warehouse Person

An Inventory / Warehouse person is responsible for ordering, warehousing, and managing inventory control over parts and accessories for new and/or used automobiles or motorcycles. They coordinate parts, accessories and warehouse products from manufacturers to consumers and/or automotive service and repair companies, documenting and tracking their progress. Your role includes receiving goods and sorting incoming …

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Automotive Service Technician

Automotive service technicians possess a full range of knowledge and abilities required to perform preventative maintenance, diagnose problems and repair vehicles systems including engines, vehicle management, hybrids, steering, braking, tires, wheels, drivetrains, suspension, electrical, electronics, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC). Automotive service technicians may choose to specialize in any of these services.

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