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Stephen Hodges
over 6 months ago

Accepting the job in the first place

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Grayson Miller
over 6 months ago

Beware of the owners dumb ass son, a complete moron who is too stupid to realize how stupid he really is. Also, you complete $1000 worth of work but get paid for $300. They charge you back for the most asinine things, your ground screw isn’t green enough, your drip loops are too big, your drip loops are too small, bolts aren’t tight enough, bolts are too tight. It’s always something and keep in mind that you pay for all the materials and fuel so now you have $50 invested in a job that you get paid nothing for. They’re like a meat grinder, they chew you up and spit you out and the employees always leave being owed money. Honestly, they’re just a greedy group of people and could care less about you.

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Danielle Smith
over 6 months ago

I am a very hard worker. I work well with others and I am punctual. I am a team leader and a fast learner.

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stacey owens
over 6 months ago

Thinking that I had a great future there.

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Kevin Page
over 6 months ago

I’m a 33yr old man who has been in the HVAC field for my entire working life (since I was 15) I’ve been in just about every position from install helper,sheet metal mechanic,install & service manager, to recently being the senior service tech and now am moving from the mountains of North Carolina back to Charlotte and am looking for a reputable,honest,caring, company to come aboard with as a service tech or better and help the company along with myself grow and be able to stay with for the unseeable future. Please look at giving me a chance to show you how well of a tech I am and how I can be a huge benefit to your company .

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Bryce Kilburn
over 6 months ago
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Nelson Franco
over 6 months ago

AutoNation announced plans to recruit and hire more than 500 Service Technicians to work at its service and collision centers throughout the US.

The company offers a competitive compensation package, free technical training, performance incentives and a clear career path with ample opportunity for advancement.

Interested?

Just click on AutoNation's career page link below to search for local job openings and submit your online application today for immediate employment consideration. Thanks & Good Luck!

https://jobs.autonation.com

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robert perales
over 6 months ago

Looking to find a company that needs service technician work in fuel and gas retail manufacturing it technology

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Scott Bumford
over 6 months ago

Genuinely a great place and atmosphere to work in!.

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Brylye Collins
over 6 months ago

Looking to hire Sales Consultants and Service Technicians for our Dealerships in NH and Massachusetts. Please send resumes to careers@iclautos.com http://www.iclautos.com

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