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Entry-Level Automotive Assembly and Repair Technician

Company Name:
Roush Industries
Org Marketing Statement
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.
Department Marketing Statement
Roush is looking for multiple entry-level automotive assembly and repair technicians to work on either the day or afternoon shift. We are looking for motivated people to work with automotive components to support automotive assemblies and builds. This is a hands-on position and requires basic tools. This position is located in Allen Park, MI.
Qualifications
High school diploma or equivalent.
Must have 1 year of hands-on experience including personal or vocational training within the automotive industry.
Must have reliable transportation.
Must be a self starter and eager to learn.
Excellent attendance.
Quality driven, attention to detail.
Must be able to work well with others.
Safety oriented.
Must be able to lift up to 50 lbs.
Preferred Skills
Parts inspection experience.
Automotive industry experience.
Previous professional mechanic experience
Regular/Temporary: Temporary
Job ID: 10476
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Location: Allen Park, MIFull-TimeTemporary
Job Title: Entry-Level Automotive Assembly and Repair Technician

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