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Mechanic Trainees

Company Name:
Roush Industries
Roush supplies comprehensive, integrated development services and provides customers with support that fuses technology and engineering. From design through prototyping, testing and manufacturing, we take our customers'' visions from the sketch pad to production. We''re focused, efficient, and we deliver. With over 3000 employees in more than 40 facilities across the United States, and interests around the world, Roush solves customers' problems and provides significant support to the automotive, performance products, military, entertainment, alternative fuels and consumer products industries. We are focused on performance, driven by technology, and committed to our customers' success. If you're only happy when your customers are happy, we want you on our team.
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Department Marketing Statement
Roush is looking for Mechanic Trainees to join our team. We have multiple positions on the day and afternoon shifts available in our Allen Park, MI facility. These positions will utilize basic mechanical skills learned in high school and vocational shop experiences and will expand on this knowledge with hands on training.
Qualifications
Minimum two years high school / vocational shop experience
High school diploma or equivalent
0 - 3 years of work experience
Must have a clean driving record
Must be willing and able to purchase tools
Must have good organizational skills and attention to detail
Must possess the skills to read, comprehend, and execute written instruction
Must be a motivated, self-starter and be willing to learn
Must have reliable attendance and be willing to work overtime/weekends
Preferred Skills
Diagnostic experience
State/ASE certifications
Pay, Benefits, & Work Schedule
_Our benefits include: medical, dental, vision, life insurance, LTD, 401K, tuition reimbursement, paid vacation, and paid holidays._
Regular/Temporary: Regular
Job ID: 10179
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Location: Allen Park, MIFull-TimeRegular
Job Title: Mechanic Trainees

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