Dent Wizard Automotive Wheel Repair Technician in Wilmington, North Carolina
Automotive Wheel Repair Technician
Technician - Wheel Repair
Wilmington, North Carolina
Wheel Technician Trainee
This position is responsible for painting surfaces of wheels using spray-painting equipment, power tools and work aids utilizing specific surface preparation and painting techniques.Some paint experience a plus, but we will train the right candidate.
Paint surfaces of wheels using spray-painting equipment, power tools and work aids utilizing specific surface preparation and painting techniques
Inspect wheels to be painted for repair, prepping and/or buffing defects
Mix to specified color using standard formulas or color charts
Sand, mask, blend, and polish finish. Apply or retouch paint as necessary
Perform other duties as assigned by manager or supervisor, i.e., provide technical assistance to helpers, orient and train new employees, etc.
May be required to work overtime (more than 40 hours per week) as business needs dictate
Complete required paperwork and submit according to company procedures
Maintain tools in good working condition
Maintain inventory of all job related materials i.e. plugs, invoices, etc
Follow company procedures and policies at all times
Return all calls, pages, etc. on a timely basis (minimum same day)
Follow company procedures, policies and practices at all times
1 - 2 years auto painting experience preferred or collision repair technical school training.
Will work side by side with experienced wheel Tech to learn necessary skills.
Effective communication and interaction skills helpful.
Excellent organizational skills required.
Valid Driver's License and good driving record required.
Vision abilities required include close, distance and color vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus
Willing to travel to St. Louis, MO for two consecutive weeks of training.
Regularly required to stand and walk. Frequently required to stoop, kneel, crouch, bend, squat and climb. Ability to lift up to 45 pounds (light hand tools, etc.) Manual dexterity, repetitive motion tasks. Frequent exposure to toxic chemicals. Moderate noise level. Respirators must be worn, and other protective equipment may be required.