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Careers with Bob Moore Collision Center

As the largest collision center in Oklahoma at 60,000 square feet, Bob Moore Collision Center employs an impressive workforce. Anyone looking to restore vehicles to their former glory will enjoy a career here. One of the premier positions for applicants is the Body Shop Technician.

 

Body Shop Technician - Who They Are and What They Do

In short, the Body Shop Technician is the heart of the collision center. Their job is to create a repair plan along with the Technical Writer on vehicles that come in for estimates or repairs. They provide support to the center in the day-to-day workflow.

Responsibilities

A Body Shop Technician will disassemble all the damaged parts of the vehicle for the technical writer to inspect. They provide assistance to the writer to complete the estimation and document any additional damage they discover after the fact while notifying the writer.

The Body Shop Technician repairs the damage and replaces parts once the work has been approved by the customer. They complete diagnostic scan to ensure the vehicle meets required standards. As part of the job, they must follow safety policies developed by the company in accordance with industry standards and report any accidents to a manager or supervisor.

 

What are the Requirements of a Body Shop Technician?

If you think this job sounds like a good fit, you'll need to have a valid driver's license, high school diploma or equivalent and I-CAR Gold Level 1. You'll need continuing education credits as well to maintain your job.

There's more to being the right fit than just education requirements. You must have good time management and organizational skills as well as interpersonal competence. Good verbal and written communication skills and knowledge of safety are also critical. The person in this position mut be dependable and resourceful to take initiative in developing and completing projects.

As training programs are offered, it is expected that this employee will take advantage of those opportunities to further their knowledge. They should be able to prioritize tasks correctly to ensure the job gets done and provide exceptional customer service.

The job has several physical requirements for the interested applicant. They will be standing, walking, sitting, kneeling, crouching and turning the neck, head, shoulders and arms in strained or awkward positions. They will need the strength to lift and move up to 25 pounds regularly, with occasional jobs at 50 pounds and up to 100 pounds with assistance. The applicant interested in this position will need to pass a drug-alcohol test and be able and licensed to drive.

The working environment for this position includes frequent exposure to the outdoors and to fumes and other airborne particles. The noise level can range from moderate to loud.

This is a general look at what an employee hired as the Body Shop Technician can expect at Bob Moore Collision Center. Serving hundreds of customers each year can be a tremendously rewarding experience as you take damaged vehicles and transform them. You can find out more about employment with the team at Bob Moore Collision Center with a phone call.