The role of an Automotive Body Technician performs the repairs on damaged vehicle bodies and straighten vehicle frames. The duties for an Automotive Body Technician include repairing damaged body parts and bodies of vehicles compliant with the dealership, auto shop, and factory standards and specifications.
We are quickly expanding Automotive Company seeking to hire a skilled and qualified Automotive Body Technician to join our team. This position will require you to perform collision repairs, restoration and modifications, and weather damage. As our company’s technician, you will be responsible for ensuring that our customer’s automotive requests and requirements are met to satisfaction and all safety procedures.
Our automotive company is looking for a team player with a great work ethic and a get it done attitude. You will be interacting with our customers daily, and having a patient and respectful behavior is a must as you are representing our Automotive company.
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A high school diploma or GED is the minimum requirement to start an occupation as an Automotive Body Technician. Many automotive companies and employers prefer to hire those who have completed a certificate or associate’s programs in automotive technology or related fields.
Based on the job and the experience, the range will vary quite a bit. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median income for Automotive Body Technicians as of 2018 is $20.55/hour or $41,090 a year.
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