Company Name:
Automotive Resources International
Who we are?
Our long history expands over 96 years as a prominent leader in the truck equipment business that "makes trucks into tools." Since 1918, /Auto Truck Group/ has expanded into 9 locations and more than 500 employees specializing in design, manufacture and installation of truck equipment for a wide variety of customers. From custom orders to entire fleets, Auto Truck Group is ready to help pool/dealer customers, commercial users, fleets, utilities, government agencies, and many other smaller businesses.
Auto Truck Group has an outstanding opportunity for a / Servicer (2nd & 3rd Shifts available) / based in our Bartlett, IL location.
What will you do?
The Servicer is responsible for installing decals, stripes, protective tape, reflectors and touch-up paint to vehicles.
Install decals, stripes, protective tape, reflectors, and other components to truck.
Check paint workmanship while striping and decaling and inform of errors.
Prime compartments and correct over-spray problems and apply undercoating to bumpers and bodies.
Paint and install small parts and equipment to vehicle as required by the work order.
Aid in service of body after being painted by installing and securing loose shipped items and adjust locks/latches for proper operation.
Perform inspections of vehicle, pre-delivery, or dealer prepping, as well as, checking chassis for problems.
Responsible for verifying line items have been completed on work order. Check truck's vital fluid levels and adjust to specifications.
What are we looking for?
1-3 years machine operator experience; previous auto body experience preferred.
Able to lift 50 pounds on a continuous basis.
Possess the ability to use electrical/power tools correctly.
Have knowledge of shop machines and be able to correctly use all required safety equipment

What we offer:
Benefits include competitive pay, health, dental and life insurance, tuition reimbursement, 401(k), on the job training and development and much more.

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