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The Mechanic is responsible for investigating problems with different types of motor vehicles and making repairs accordingly. His/Her duties include communicating with vehicle owners to discuss their concerns, carrying out routine maintenance procedures on motor vehicles and replacing parts on motor vehicles to promote their functionality.


Key Responsibilities

  • Assesses vehicles and/or machinery to accurately diagnose and repair issues
  • Uses diagnostic equipment to evaluate mechanical problems in vehicles.
  • Liaises with clients to determine their automotive requirements and communicate vehicular defects or problems
  • Conducts vehicle checks to see if repairs are necessary and the level of urgency required.
  • Performs routine maintenance on machinery or automotive vehicles
  • Maintains and cleans garage equipment and tools to ensure they are kept in a safe and usable condition at all times
  • Demonstrates process of preventive maintenance and visual inspections to mechanic helpers
  • Works with car accessory databases and ordering parts.

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent; technical degree is a plus
  • Associate’s degree or vocational/trade school certification preferred
  • Proven work experience as a Mechanic
  • Mechanically inclined with great problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent manual dexterity, accuracy and attention to detail

Ability to work in uncomfortable, physically demanding positions, stand on one’s feet for prolonged periods, and lift up to 50 pounds at a time

  • Familiarity with common mechanic’s tools, service, and diagnostic equipment


Skills needed for this role

The Mechanic must have strong organisational skills and a deep level of concentration, familiarity with common mechanic’s tools, service, and diagnostic equipment, and the capacity to work to deadlines. He/She must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills for dealing with colleagues and customers.


Career Level

Skilled Worker


Job Specializations

Production, Machinery