Detailer

We are looking for a thorough, responsible Car Detailer who will adhere to providing quality automotive cleaning services to our customers. The Car Detailer will clean vehicles according to company standards or client specifications, which may include performing detail inspections, thoroughly washing, buffing, and waxing exteriors, vacuuming, steaming, and deodorizing interiors, and keeping records related to gas levels and the condition of the vehicle. You should possess strong customer service skills and be familiar with the tools and agents used to clean and maintain vehicles.

To be a successful Car Detailer, you should be committed to providing excellent service to customers. You should be courteous, responsible, and detail-oriented.

Car Detailer Responsibilities:

  • Cleaning vehicle interiors and exteriors in compliance with all company standards and client requests.
  • Operating buffers, steamers, hoses, vacuums, and other equipment to meet service expectations.
  • Using cleaning, protective, and restorative agents to maintain and enhance the appearance of vehicles.
  • Performing inspections and keeping complete, accurate records of the vehicle’s condition.
  • Moving and parking vehicles, delivering vehicles to correct locations or picking owners or drivers up if needed.
  • Managing inventory and reordering supplies.
  • Responding to client inquiries and fulfilling their requests.

Car Detailer Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent and a valid state driver’s license with good driving record.
  • Successful completion of automotive service tech or other training programs.
  • Prior detailing experience may be preferred.
  • Attention to detail with excellent customer service, communication, and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to meet the physical demands of the position, including walking, crouching, bending, and standing for extended periods.
  • Willingness to comply with all company policies and uphold standards for service quality.

Ceramic Coating Technician

A coating technician selects, mixes and then applies paints or chemicals to various surfaces, such as a vehicle or other machine. They use different application devices, like a spray gun, to perform their duties. The minimum education required to become a coating technician is a high school diploma or its equivalent.

Essential Information

Coating technicians apply paints, varnishes and other chemicals to individual parts, machines, automobiles and other products. They typically use power tools, such as spray guns, or operate automated painted systems. Most coating technician employers only require a high school education and provide training on the job, but a certificate from a vocational program may increase employment and advancement options. Coating technicians need basic math and mechanical aptitude, as well as some computer skills to operate the machinery.

Education

High school diploma or the equivalent at minimum; vocational certificates can be helpful.

Window Tinters

Are you a car enthusiast who enjoys helping other enthusiasts customize their vehicles and improve their overall driving comfort? Our company is looking for dedicated window tinters to take superior care of our customers and their vehicles. You’ll tint windows in a work environment that gives you access to the most cutting-edge equipment and techniques in the industry, which can double as a free education. Even better is the fact that we offer such benefits as personal paid leave, vacation time and various types of health insurance coverage. We look forward to brightening your future as you tint our customers’ windows and improve their driving safety while they’re behind the wheel.

Job Responsibilities

  • Install window tint on vendor, customer and dealership automobiles using quality products and the most trusted techniques for the best results. 
  • Remain in constant communication with necessary personnel to ensure projects stay on schedule and are completed per the latest company standards.
  • Remove dirt and debris from windows and windshield, and apply primer before starting every tinting job.
  • Choose the right tools, equipment and parts necessary to complete a job. 
  • Use shop software system to enter, update and verify job information before, during and after each individual tint job. 
  • Utilize a plotter to create a computer cutout of tint film, and cut tint film by hand when necessary. 
  • Perform work according to the latest OSHA and EPA regulations and standards. 
  • Help keep the shop and the rest of your work environment orderly by cleaning up after every job, putting tools and equipment back in their proper place and performing janitorial duties when needed.

Job Skills & Qualifications

Required:

  • High school diploma or GED
  • Able to read and understand information and instructions
  • Experience working with various types of automobiles
  • Valid driver’s license and able to pass a criminal background check and drug test

Preferred:

  • Background working with Llumar products

Paint Protection Film

We're looking for a full-time Paint Protection Film installer. The two main films we use are Xpel. One of our main focus as a business is Paint Protection film, however we also offer Vinyl wraps, Bray Windshield Skins and Window Tinting. Experienced candidates would be ideal, however we are willing to train candidates with no experience.

Qualifications and Skills

  • High attention to detail
  • Great positive attitude
  • Great Customer service
  • Able to follow directions very well
  • Driver's License
  • Be a self starter and motivated

Job Type: Full-time

Education:

  • High school or equivalent (Required)