Tire Technician

A Tire Technician is responsible for the dismounting, mounting and balancing of all tires sold. The Tire Technician will also be required to install any other products sold in his/her store. General job functions include driving a customers vehicle onto the lift, adequately securing the vehicle prior to dismounting the tires and wheels and then reattaching all tires and wheels to ensure proper safe operation of the vehicle. Other duties include handling scrap (or take-off-tires) placing them neatly into the storage area, and many miscellaneous duties that you will be directed to perform. A tire Technician must have the desire to perform above and beyond the requirements set forth in this job description.
Job Qualifications:
Prior knowledge of tire related equipment and tools a plus
Valid Drivers License
Education Requirements:
High School diploma or equivalent
Essential Job Functions:
Properly secure vehicle to lift to ensure safe operation
Properly dismount and remount tires and wheels securely on vehicle
Properly dismount and remount tires onto wheels without damaging either
Operate all related equipment and tools as trained
Operate independently and as a team member
Perform and demonstrate Customer Service Satisfaction
Operate safely and perform as listed below
Fulfill Company Philosophy and Goals
Non-Essential Job Functions:
Assist in performing Inventory Control Accurately
Paperwork - any and all related requirements
Customer Relations
Housekeeping, maintained daily.
Safety Requirements:
Perform all safety related items as per the Employee Safety Manual
Learn and maintain all lifting procedures
Learn and maintain all general housekeeping and ensure daily performance
Report all accidents and incidents immediately upon them taking place to your direct supervisor
Weight Requirements:
Lift a minimum of forty-five (45) pounds
Perform repeated and repetitive movement consistent within the tire industry
Other Duties/Responsibilities:
Other duties can and will arise and you should be prepared to take on these challenges openly.

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