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McLaren Service Technician

O'Gara Coach

This is a Part-time position in Las Vegas, NV posted June 17, 2022.

Job DescriptionMCLAREN SERVICE TECHNICIANFull TimeBeverly Hills, CA, USMcLaren Technicians perform basic preventative maintenance, inspect vehicles for potential problems, and troubleshoot issues to ensure vehicles are performing properly and the needs of customers are appropriately addressed.

McLaren Technicians working for O’Gara Coach are expected to partner with our service department team and dealership management to deliver superior service and education to customers on problems and proposed solutions for their vehicles.REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS:High school diploma or the equivalentMust have valid California Driver’s License and be insurableASE certification preferredProficient mechanical skillsAbillity to collaborate with the public, sometimes with several customers at a timeExcellent verbal and written communication skillsProficient knowledge of dealership computer systemsMust have valid in-state driver’s license and have and maintain an acceptable, safe driving record and safe driving habits in order to drive both customer vehicles and a demonstrator vehicleMust be a team player with impeccable honesty and integrityMaintain a high level of professional personal appearance and conductMust be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and have your booster vaccine if booster eligibleDUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Receive Repair Orders from dispatcher on computer terminal and take vehicle to stall areasPerform work as outlined on Repair Order with efficiency and accuracy, in accordance with dealership and factoryCommunicate with Parts Department to obtain needed parts.

Inform Service Manager if vehicle is down awaiting parts, and pursue special ordering of parts, if appropriateSave and tag parts if the job is under warranty or if requested by the customerExamine the vehicle to determine if additional safety or service work is requiredInform Service Advisor immediately if additional work is needed, if work outlined is not needed, or if repairs cannot be completed within the time promisedDiagnose cause of any malfunction and perform repair, if authorized by the customerDocument work performed on each vehicle on the Repair Order using the concern, cause and correction format.

State repair diagnosis/description as clearly as possible on your terminal, as this is what the customer will see and how the billing will be determinedRoad test vehicles to quality check work performed as required, keeping in mind that customers’ vehicles should not be used for personal errands and should not be operated illegally or unsafelySeat belts must always be wornContinually monitor status of each vehicle and inform the Service Manager.

Escalate “wait” jobs as much as possible.

Monitor promised times and advise if there will be a problem meeting a promised time as soon as it becomes apparentEnsure that customer’s vehicles are returned to them as clean as they were prior to being servicedProperly use the special tools and equipment provided by the Service DepartmentMaintain an inventory of normal Technician’s tools not normally inventoried by the Service Department as “special tools”Maintain the workspace assigned in an organized and clean mannerProduce quality work that displays pride of workmanshipReview technical bulletins and other publications as assigned by managementParticipate and utilize technical training as requested by managementAttend training classes as directed by managementPerform other job-related duties as assigned by corporate managementEMPLOYEE BENEFITS:Health, Dental and Vision coverage for employee401k PlanPaid time offPaid training, growth opportunitiesEmployee vehicle purchase plansDiscounts on products and servicesLong term job securityPhysical Demands | Work Environment:The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by a Lube Technician to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

In order to perform the duties of this job, an employee is regularly required to: Tool and Equipment Operation: employee must frequently use hands and fingers to operate handheld and/or power tools; regularly use tools and operate equipment acceptably and safely Posture: prolonged sitting; regular walking; work standing; regular kneeling and squatting; regular bending and stooping; regular pushing, pulling and twisting; operation of automobiles on private and public roadways; operating automobiles in multi-vehicle driving environments, congested areas, and parking lots obstacles and limited space Motion: reaching with hands and arms; stooping, kneeling, crouching or crawling; climbing or balancing; repetitive hand motion; frequent keyboarding, including use of mouse; frequent grasping and squeezing; wrist flexion and extension Lift / Maneuver: frequently lift and/or move from 30 to 50 pounds and occasionally up to 75 pounds Sight / Speech: specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus; speak and communicate, both over the phone and in-person, with customers and fellow employee Mental: the mental characteristics necessary to competently perform this job include, but are not limited to, the occasional need to use instructing abilities, and imagination; memory; reading and writing ability; continuously be alert, precise, resourceful, and continually use problem solving skills; requires concentration, creativity, and good judgment Work Environment: while performing the duties of this job, a Lube Technician is regularly exposed to moving mechanical parts, fumes or airborne particles and chemicals.

Lube Technicians are occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, outside weather conditions and combustibles.

Workplace noise exposure levels can occasional be loud (e.g., above 85 decibels), which may require employee to use hearing protection in order to protect against a reduction or significant loss of hearingWe are committed to an inclusive environment for all employees and applicants and will make all employment-related decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability or veteran status.