• Auto Body Repair Technician

    Posted: 08/11/2022

    Responsibilities of a Autobody Repair Technician
    Complete dis-assembly of vehicle in order to assist Service Advisors in assessing damage to prepare a 100% Repair Plan
    Ensure all needed repairs identified to eliminate supplements and minimize repair time
    Plan work procedure: follow work order for all operations listed
    Remove upholstery, accessories, electrical and hydraulic window and seat operating equipment and trim to gain access to damaged area of vehicle if needed. Store parts on carts or cover to eliminate potential damage
    Mend damaged body by hammering out or filling in dents and welding broken parts; ensure all gaps and fits are to industry standards; remove damaged fenders, panels and grills; and bolts or welds replacement parts in position and reassemble after parts are painted
    Operate a variety of hand and power tools (e.g. welder, soldering equipment, cutting torch, blocks, hammers, wrenches, sander, spray guns, etc.)
    File, grind, and sand repaired surfaces with 120-grit paper before turning vehicle over to the Paint Dept.
    Repair or replace defective parts
    Ensure all needed repairs identified to eliminate supplements and minimize repair time
    Inspect and test drive repaired vehicles to check for compliance with safety and quality standards; Wash and prepare vehicles for customer return
    Comply with all Caliber safety rules, guidelines and standards
    Perform other related duties as assigned relating to, but not limited to washing cars, cleaning the shop, etc.