The Metal Technician is a skilled craftsman with a thorough understanding of all phases of light to heavy collision repair. A Metal Technician is responsible for completing all body repairs as listed on the RO, requiring a minimum of supervision. A Metal Technician must be a skilled welder with the ability to remove and refit welded panels as well as the bolt-on items required in a typical crash repair. All repairs must be completed to the point of “ready for paint” prior to delivering the vehicle to the paint department. A Metal Technician is responsible for applying undercoating, gravel guard, seam sealer, and lubricants as needed or as listed on the RO. After painting, a Metal Technician is responsible for reassembly and final body alignments and adjustments prior to the vehicle being delivered. A Metal Technician must provide a complete set of hand tools, a few basic air tools, and a mobile tool cabinet.
1. Perform small to heavy repair, finishing and priming jobs
2. Tear down vehicles
3. Refit new parts such as bumpers, fenders, grills, moldings, and other bolt-on and welded items
4. Complete all repairs in a manner in which the repaired areas are restored to the original manufacturer’s specifications, including door, hood and deck alignments, chassis and frame measurements, and welded on unibody parts
5. Work independently and with others with a minimum of supervision
Complete understanding of all facets of light to heavy automobile collision repair. The ability to read and follow instructions precisely and to work independently as well as with others in an organized manner is essential. I-CAR Gold Class and ASE certification is necessary.
If you have any questions about this position, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Gerber Collision & Glass - 2 years ago
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