Part A below lists the requirements for the highest paid position! However, should you not have the experience outlined in Part A, we can very potentially hire and train you to become a ‘Topflight’ classic car technician.
Part A: To be successful at this job, you must have an excellent experienced foundation in classic car repairs, upgrades including fuel injection, sub chassis modernization, and modern crate engine replacements. In other words: How to correctly repair classic technology and how to ‘resto-mod’ classic vehicles (and how-to guestimate the repair time). However, this is a job not only requiring high levels of competency, but a willingness to work hard, work smart, be self-starting, produce high quality results the first time, and have loyalty to the team and company.
Part B: This is not a ‘flat-rate’ position, not a new car dealership, and not a ‘follow the computerized diagnostic routine. Most of our repairs/restoration are performed on 50’s, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s vintage American vehicles. Considering the vehicle’s age involved, your experience and certifications are key factors. The environment requires that you be primarily self-sufficient; however, peer and management support is available when needed.
Part C: Typical work assignment: Begin the project by completely inspecting and driving a 1969 351, 4 speed Mustang. Inspect all components and complete a repair/safety vehicle report. Estimate hours required to repair all components in need and submit to management for customer approval. Disassemble all brake components for R&R. Drain old gasoline from carburetor and fuel tank. Rebuild the carb, tune as required, rebuild and set differential clearances, replace cam, and complete all other repairs. All repairs must be completed within the customer approved hours or provide sound reasons why additional hours are needed.
Part D: Compensation is provided in two ways. 1. An hourly rate based on clock time with an expectation of a 40 hours work week, Saturday and Sunday work is generally not required. Depending on your billable work week, a weekly bonus of up to $300.00 is provided in addition to your normal hourly earnings. The accumulated weekly bonuses are paid monthly. Payroll is every two weeks. (and yes, the checks are always on time and will never bounce)
Part E: Benefits include excellent PPO medical insurance with 80% of the employee’s premium being paid by the company. 2 weeks of paid time off (PTO) per year is provided. PTO begins accruing and is usable after the first 30 days of employment.
6 paid holidays per year. (additional insurance benefits and matching 401k are under consideration)
Hourly rate is very dependent upon your work experience, related job knowledge, references, ASE Master certifications, and overall ability to be a success in the job position.
Potential hourly rate: $29 to $$$$?? per clock hour depending on factors above.
Part F: Addition Requirements
Pass background check
Driver’s License with clean driving history
Minimum of 5 years appropriate experience
Ability to lift 50 pounds
Physical attributes to perform the necessary job requirements.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $28.00 - $42.00 per hour