Posted on Sep 08, 2020 by RT Collision
Location High Level, AB
Earnings $26.00 hourly
Work Hours 40 hours per week
Position Permanent Full Time
Vacancies 1  Vacancy
Closing Date Oct 08, 2020
Secondary (high) school graduation certificate
Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.)
Auto Body Repairer Trade Certification
- Hammer out dents, buckles and defects using blocks and hammers
- File, grind and sand body surfaces to be repaired
- Replace front end components, body components, doors and frame and underbody components
- Repair or replace interior components
- Apply primers and repaint surfaces
- Review damage report and estimates of repair cost and plan work to be performed
- Mask and tape auto body surfaces in preparation for painting
- Remove damaged fenders, panels and grills and bolt or weld replacement parts into place
- Inspect repaired vehicles and test drive vehicles for proper handling
- Operate soldering equipment or use plastic filler to fill holes, dents and seams
- Straighten bent frames using frame and underbody pulling and anchoring equipment
- Mix paint, blend and match colors
Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities
- Attention to detail
- Bending, crouching, kneeling
Work Location Information
How to Apply
Anyone who can legally work in Canada can apply for this job. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, the employer will not consider your job application.
12100 96 St
High Level, Alberta T0H1Z0
Oct 08, 2020
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Interest in precision working to fill holes, dents and seams using soldering equipment and plastic filler, and to apply primers and repaint surfaces using brushes and spray guns
Interest in compiling information from review of damage reports to determine estimates of repair costs; and in planning work to be performed
Interest in repairing damaged components and straightening bent frames using frame and underbody pulling and anchoring equipment
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