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If you’re searching for a job that pays well, offers great benefits, and lets you work with a team of professionals, Cutter Mazda Honolulu has just the thing for you. We are currently hiring auto service technicians in Honolulu, Hawaii. Whether you have years of experience or are just starting out, we invite you to apply with us. Take a look below to see some of the benefits and responsibilities of working at Cutter Mazda Honolulu.
At Cutter Mazda Honolulu, we offer competitive pay for our automotive service technicians. What’s more, we have generous vacation days, sick days, and holiday pay. As an automotive service technician, you will get to work in a state-of-the-art facility, and paid training is included. You can also get uniform assistance.
As an automotive service technician, you will be expected to perform maintenance and repair on vehicles. When a customer comes in, you will receive a repair order from the dispatcher, and you will need to take the vehicle back to the stall area. You will then need to perform the work outlined in the repair order, whether it is straightforward or includes diagnosing the cause of a malfunction. As you perform service, you must document your work, keep your work area and the vehicle clean, and follow all dealership and factory standards, as well as following federal, state, and local laws.
You will be required to communicate with others well. If there is any change to the service you are performing (for example, if the requested service will take longer than promised or extra maintenance is required), you will need to communicate with the service advisor. If you need any parts or fluids in the service you are performing, you must communicate with the parts department. In addition, if the customer requests it or if you are performing warranty work, you will need to tag and save old parts.
As a service technician, you will be required to attend regular training classes and keep up to date with the latest technical bulletins from the factory.