WHO WE ARE:

Fair is a new way to shop, get approved and pay for your next car—all on your phone. It gives customers the freedom to drive the car they want for as long as they want, and the flexibility to turn it in at any time. Fair is headquartered in Santa Monica, California.

Our name pretty much says it all. It's our culture. It's the way we treat our customers, our network of dealers and our fast-growing family of employees. We believe in hard work, and we believe hard work should be rewarded. That's why we offer 100% coverage of medical, dental, and vision premiums for employees and their families, generous vacation and other great perks. The way we see it, better to be more than fair than not to live up to our name.

WHO YOU ARE:

You care deeply, genuinely and passionately care about making sure customers have an amazing experience. You solve problems for customers and enjoy the role of making a customer-centric team successful. A Senior Customer Experience Ambassador is, most importantly, someone who quickly adapts and responds to customer needs to deliver an exceptional and special experience. You will be the face of Fair, so you’ll have the freedom to go above and beyond to ensure our customers have an amazing experience!

So, bring your personality with you and let’s do this – we will provide the training!

WHAT YOU’LL GET:

  • 100% Paid Family Premiums - Medical, Dental & Vision
  • Up to 3 Weeks Vacation
  • Daily Catered Lunch/ Lunch Reimbursement
  • Drinks & Snacks Provided
  • Opportunity for Growth
  • Fair Auto Discounts
  • And much more!

WHAT YOU’LL DO:

An automotive maintenance tech job description includes basic car maintenance work and small repairs. Rather than handling complex issues, a maintenance tech performs oil and filter changes, checks that tires are inflated correctly, replenishes vehicle fluids and lubricates joints and fittings as needed. Other maintenance tech duties will include, replacing wiper blades, replacing tires, Brakes, installing car batteries and performing tire rotations. This work requires good dexterity to use tools and requires a lot of standing and bending to work on vehicles. The shop environment presents risks that can lead to cuts, strains and other injuries, so an attention to detail and a focus on safety are crucial for maintenance techs. This is not an exhaustive list of duties.

Maintenance Tech Duties and Responsibilities; Include but are not limited to the Following:

Daily duties performed by maintenance techs vary greatly depending on the types of vehicles they service and the number of customers. The essential job tasks performed by maintenance techs, however, are universally the same in all auto shops.

  • Examines vehicle, diagnoses and, if needed discusses with management as to the nature and extent of damage or malfunction
  • Must have strong ability to correctly diagnose Check Engine Light problem and be familiar with diagnostic tools (snap-on scanner etc.)
  • Provides labor and time estimates to manager
  • Monitors repair time and updates manager on status
  • Maintains strict adherence to company policy on vehicle care and operation
  • Completes story/notes and/or documentation for repair order
  • Wears approved safety glasses when in designated safety areas
  • Keeps work area clean and tidy attends company training
  • Capable of changing tires, balancing wheels and performing wheel alignment.
  • Understands and follows Federal, State and local regulations such as disposal of hazardous wastes

Clean Engines

Maintenance techs clean engine parts to remove grime and build-up, on the top side of the motor and apply lubricant to these parts to restore them back to good working order. Detail will take care of the remainder. 

Inspect Vehicles

Maintenance techs perform vehicle inspections The fair/ Uber list attached here, that include examining and testing multiple points of interest on the vehicle, and checking thoroughly for oil leaks. This includes checking all fluid levels in the vehicle, including windshield washing liquid.

Tires, and Brakes

Maintenance techs check vehicle tires and test the air pressure. Measure every tire in 32nds, and note on check sheet, plus check for runout and check for alignment needed. Inspect Brakes and rotors must have 4mm on pads and no visible hot spots or vibration on braking during test drive. The tech will replace brakes, turn rotors, replace tires and perform alignments. 

Change Oil

Maintenance techs drain existing oil from vehicles and replace it with new oil, and filter, ensuring that the proper type of oil is used. We use synthetic on all cars. 

Replace Filters

Maintenance techs replace filters in the engine, including air filters and oil filters. Oil filter every service, Air and Cabin filters as needed. 

Follow Safety Procedures

Maintenance techs follow all company and common-sense safety practices, such as turning engines on only when in a well-ventilated area and ensuring that vehicles are in the right gear before the ignition is turned. Report all safety issues to the immediate supervisor and or the Service Manager. 

All candidates must be able to pass a background and reference check to be eligible for employment. All reasonable accommodation needs must be addressed during the interview process

 

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