Collision Center Metal Technician Level 3
Company: Peter Boulware Toyota
Posted on: May 15, 2022
Job DescriptionSIGN ON BONUS AT START AND AT 1 YEAR ANNIVERSARY.
Welcome to Peter Boulware Toyota!Peter Boulware Toyota located in
Tallahassee, Florida is the volume dealership in the Big Bend area
of Northern Florida. Our community minded family business is
dedicated to providing truly exceptional customer service and this
spirit of service extends to our family of team members. We invest
in every member of the team in multiple ways. We seek professionals
who are committed to enhancing the pursuit and maintenance of
transportation needs for all customers in a manner resulting in
customers identifying Peter Boulware Toyota as their standard of
service. We offer a comprehensive package of benefits including
paid holidays and a spectacular work environment. To continue our
pursuit of being the best, providing the best and delivering the
best, we invite serious professionals to consider joining the Peter
Boulware Toyota Team.What We Offer:
- Opportunity for internal promotion and career growth with
- Competitive pay plan
- Paid Holidays/Vacation/Sick Time
- 401(k) retirement plan options
- Full benefits including voluntary short and long term
disability, dental, health, vision, medicalDescription The Level 3
Metal Technicians are considered the "Masters" of the industry.
They have mastered all skill sets. They possess a positive attitude
with employees and portray a professional business image. They must
be an exceptional producer and generate a maximum of production
with a minimum of error. They must be capable of making decisions
and have a high level of sound judgment. They must be extremely
well organized in work habits, work area, tools and equipment. They
have studied the industry, actively involved their self in training
through individual research and outside courses and certification.
The Level 3 Metal Technician shall pass as many of their skills on
to Level 1 and Level 2 Metal Technicians as they
- Comply with all safety and OSHA procedures and
- Maintaining a copy of the work order in the left corner of dash
throughout repair process.
- Being responsible for all repairs assigned and listed on the
work order. This includes all additional notes listed requesting
special requests, promises, or repair procedures from company or
- Covering any vehicle to be repaired in the prescribed manner to
prevent overspray from coming in contact with vehicle surfaces.
This will be the metal technician's responsibility.
- Performing initial tear down and thorough inspection for
missing items and labors on work order. Reporting any items to
Estimator and Parts Manager as quickly as possible so that the
initial order of parts may be a complete order of parts.
- Completing the repairs in a quality manner, following the
company's Repair Standards.
- Applying undercoating, corrosion protection, gravel guard, seam
sealer, weld-thru primer, and lubricants as the need presents
itself or as listed on the repair order.
- After painting, being responsible for re-assembling, headlight
adjustment, and other final alignments and adjustments prior to the
vehicle being delivered.
- All straightening and repairs will be according to factory
specifications and I-CAR procedures including door, hood, and deck
alignments, chassis and frame measurements, welded on unibody
- Upon nearing completion of a job, advising Management and
requesting new assignment.
- Remaining conscious of, and working in harmony with, the target
delivery dates of your jobs in progress, and always striving to
meet those delivery dates as listed on the windshield tags.
- Being responsible for and accountable for all parts for any
jobs that are assigned to you.
- Maintaining a good work attitude and cooperating with managers
and fellow employees in a positive spirit of teamwork.
- Being proficient at metal straightening, plastic finish work,
and structural repair and welding.
- Being knowledgeable of the various plastics, urethanes, and
other compounds, and their properties, and being proficient in the
knowledge of their repair processes.
- Possessing ability to diagnose and correctly repair
- Possessing ability to follow work order through completion of
- Performing all repairs to company standards.
- Responsible for preventing any overspray from coming in contact
with any body part, trim, tires, wheels, etc.
- Reworking any repair that does not meet company standards or
- Performing quality check on refinish work prior to
- Participating in daily release meeting.
- Notifying Management immediately of any vehicle that may not
meet target date.
- Maintaining tools and equipment within your department.
- Apply metal conditions, corrosion protection, and weld through
primers on any metal requiring such treatment.
- Collect all the parts assigned to the job and individually open
and inspect them to verify correctness, making sure that all the
original packing materials are saved (boxes, wrappers, etc.)
- Notify the Parts Manager immediately if any of the parts are
- Always complete the disassembly process keeping in mind that
another Technician may reassemble the vehicle.
- Save all supplemental parts until the repairs are entirely
completed and the vehicle has been delivered to the owner.
- Remove stripe tape, molding and emblem adhesive on complete
panels to be repaired.
- Cover repair area with protective blanket when welding or
- Before welding, coat all bare metal with an approved weld
through primer. If you are using a resistance spot welder, apply a
seam sealer between the surfaces to be welded.
- Align all outer sheet metal to vehicle and attach firmly with
tech screws or vise grips to assure no movement when welding.
- Feather the surrounding areas of a repaired area with 150 grit
on a sander to remove all coarse sanding marks and scratches.
- Clean repair areas with blow gun and inspect for defects
(pinholes, sandmarks, etc.) before sending vehicle to paint
- Blow car off completely to remove as much dust as possible
before sending to paint department.
- Keep all repair areas small so as to reduce the risk for
excessive paint blending.
- Notify Management of any delays in the repair process.
- Use compression welder whenever and wherever practical.
- Use adhesives in conjunction with welding as per OEM
- Accurate and punctual use of time clock.
- A Level 3 Metal Technician shall be certified by Toyota
Structural Analysis and Damage Repair and Non Structural Analysis
and Damage Repair.
- Present a clean and neat appearance at all times.
- Maintaining a clean and orderly production area throughout the
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