The Commercial Collision Technician is responsible for repairing damaged body parts and bodies of vehicles in accordance with factory and dealership specifications and time standards as assigned by the Service Manager, Team Leader, or ASM. Additionally, the Commercial Collision Technician will notify management of any additional repairs needed, notifies management of any difficulties or problems that may prevent a quality job from being performed or cause a change in the promised time. The ideal Commercial Collision Technician has an unrestricted driver's license, clean driving record, a minimum of one year of dealer-level or large facility experience, post secondary automotive training, is ASE certified (or is willing to obtain certification), and has a strong technical performance record. Understands, keeps abreast of, and complies with federal, state, and local regulations that affect body shop operations, such as hazardous waste disposal, OSHA Right-to-Know, etc. The following is a representative list of the duties and responsibilities associated with this position:
- Operates and uses all Commercial Collision Center equipment properly and safely.
- Repairs and paints vehicles per estimate and according to manufacturer standards and checks parts against estimate and ensures proper parts are ordered and received.
- Prepares vehicles for body and paint repair work.
- Maintains tools and keeps equipment clean in a proper state of repair.
- Maintains and wears all required safety and health personal protective equipment, including respirator, in the manner recommended by the equipment manufacturer.
- Understands and complies with all laws and regulations pertaining to paint, thinners, and other hazardous materials. Reports any deviations to management.
- Cooperates and assists other personnel in the repair and prepping of vehicles.
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