Education : Diploma
Experience : 5 - 10 Years
Skills : QUALIFICATIONS, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE
a.7 years technical experience / knowledge of mechanics, computerized automotive systems, mechanical profiles, specifications of multi-
brand automobile makes, models and years.
b.Demonstrated knowledge and use of machines and tools, including their designs, uses, repair, and maintenance, using logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to resolving automobile problems
c.Capabilities in use of scanning machine and diagnostic tools in making perfect vehicle repair when required for cars and trucks / buses.
d.Understanding of computerized repair and testing systems, and must have exceptional eye-hand coordination, physical stamina and skill with tools.
e.Demonstrated experience in preventive maintenance, diagnostic and repair of modern vehicles using updated tools, machines and procedures.
f.Good knowledge in equipment maintenance, lifting, decision making, problem solving, reporting diagnostics results, self-
motivated, judgment, results driven, quality focus, productivity, safety management
g.Technical, professional and engineering qualifications.
Responsibilities : a. To ensure that vehicles brought into the dealership operates at maximum efficiency as per manufactures standard and customer satisfaction.
b. Create value for the business by supporting productive utilization of workshop resources and operations
Description : OBJECTIVES AND KEY TASKS
replacing parts and components.
Perform routine maintenance procedures, such as rotating tires, changing the oil, lubricating engine parts and tuning up the electrical system, including inspecting belts, hoses and mechanical systems to be sure that all are operating properly.
Repair, remove and replace old or broken parts such as pistons and rods in the engine, rebuilding faulty assemblies such as steering systems, repairing or replacing brakes and repairing heating, cooling and electrical systems.
Repair or replace transmissions, shock absorbers, carburetors, distributors, radiators, ignition systems and a host of other circuits, parts or systems.
Fix or adjust a car''s accessories such as windshield wipers, radios and mirrors.
With aid of computers, diagnose troubleshot, spot problems with engine oil pressure and ignitions suing pressure indicators and voltage meters.
Use power wrenches, welding torches and hand, special tools including pliers, scanners, screwdrivers etc.
Keep equipment available for use by inspecting and testing vehicles; completing preventive maintenance such as, engine tune-
ups, oil changes, tire rotation and changes, wheel balancing, replacing filters.
Verifies vehicle serviceability by conducting test drives; adjusting controls and systems. Efficient use of workshop consumables.
Stores and retrieves vehicles by driving and parking vehicles.
performing preventive maintenance; calling for repairs.
Record and make available on request, the results of vehicle inspection on a checklist or any other database required by the Workshop Supervisor and / or Management.