In addition to our automotive service technicians, some of our Briggs Automotive dealerships have an express lane with their own technicians. Whereas our regular service department handles just about any malady your vehicle may face, the express lane is dedicated to delivering quick and efficient service in the form of routine inspections and regularly scheduled maintenance, such as oil changes and tire rotations. If you’re looking to start your career in the automotive industry, or are simply looking for your next gig, you should consider becoming an express technician. We’re hiring right now, and you can even earn while you learn!
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Job Responsibilities & Description
Much like the traditional service technicians, your main responsibility will be to get each customer’s vehicle taken care of in a timely, efficient manner. Express technicians don’t have as wide of a range of responsibilities as far as the type of work they do to vehicles, but they’re every bit as important to our dealerships’ team.
When it comes to the type of services you’ll be expected to deliver, we won’t go into every detail but rather give you a few examples. You’ll need to check tire pressures and add air when necessary, check fluid levels and top off those that are below expected levels, replace filters, change oil, check brake pads, check the battery, inspect just about every aspect of the vehicle from headlight to taillight and so on.
The two most common things you’re likely to perform are multi-point inspections and oil changes, so you’ll need to learn the many different parts of a vehicle that go into inspection, which includes mechanical parts, cosmetic parts and much more. If you’d like to learn more about the responsibilities of an express tech, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us here at Briggs, otherwise feel free to apply right away!