How would you like to work with one of the most prestigious and well respected automotive groups? Join AWIN! We are a premier network of 22 luxury automobile dealerships as well as 3 state of the art collision centres in the Greater Toronto Area.
Our company values its customers and employees and is invested in principles for success. We value doing business with integrity and adhere to the highest ethical standards.
Our Mercedes-Benz Markham Service Department is looking for an Automotive Apprentice Technician to join our amazing team!
We offer competitive salaries and generous benefits!
Excellent Group Benefits package
Group RRSP Contribution program
Work / life balance
Training and support programs
Boot and tool allowance
Tuition reimbursement program
Mentorship and development
Unlimited careers opportunities within our automotive group
The Apprentice Technician works on routine maintenance jobs and repairs vehicles under the supervision of a Licensed Technician.
Perform services based on general maintenance and minor repairs.
Perform the tasks described in the repair orders efficiently and accurately under the supervision of a Licensed Automotive Service Technician.
Contact the Shop Foreman and / or Service Consultants if additional work is required.
Use appropriate tools, test equipment, and report defective or poorly functioning equipment to management.
Obtain required parts from the Parts Department.
Return parts to Parts Department as required.
Maintain and develop skill levels in repair and service of vehicles.
Remain informed on Federal and Provincial Regulations and Municipal bylaws. This may include laws governing the removal of hazardous waste, etc.
understand and observe all regulations and bylaws.
Ensure that the shop is clean and tidy.
Perform other tasks, based on management requirements and instructions. For example, shuttle driver duties, car wash duties, valet parking, assist the Sales Lot Attendants as needed.
Registration with the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
Valid Ontario G Driver’s Licence
Clear Driver’s Abstract
Ontario College of Trades membership
Ability to drive manual transmission vehicles
Knowledge and use of power, machine and hand tools
Ability to work independently or as a team, managing his or her time and work flow
Passion, motivation, focus and leadership skills
Results focused approach
Strong communication skills both written and verbal
Ability to influence, negotiate and mediate effectively
Strong attention to detail
Ability to maintain confidentiality and professionalism
Excellent interpersonal and team building skills
Strong time management and organizational skills
Honest, courteous and able to demonstrate strong work ethics
Driven and ability to work with minimum supervision