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Vehicle Detailer

The Vehicle Detailer is responsible for new vehicle and pre-owned vehicle preparation in terms of appearance conditioning. He/She prepares vehicles for sale and delivery by washing, vacuuming, and restoring interior, exterior, and under-hood cosmetics. The Detailer's work is a restorative art form that brings the vehicle to a peak aesthetic condition. In addition to base-level conditioning, our Detailers buff, wax, shampoo, apply fabric protection, and replace parts such as wiper blades, headlights, etc. The Vehicle Detailer is also responsible to informally inspect vehicles for defective parts and/or accessories and to drive vehicles (automatic and standard transmission) in and around the lot, as well as to nearby aftermarket shops for specialized work. He/She may be required to replace minor/superficial parts and accessories, tighten or adjust loose parts, and/or provide minute touch-up when directed to do so. The ideal Detailer candidate has a high school diploma/GED, an unrestricted driver's license and clean driving record, a general mechanical aptitude, some detailing experience, and a strong work ethic.
RESPONSIBILITIES
Washes and conditions vehicles, to include tires, wheels, under-carriage, and under-hood components
Vacuums, shampoos, and applies fabric/leather/carpeting conditioners
Waxes, polishes, buffs, reconditions exterior
Manages, orders, and re-stocks detailing supplies
Documents all work activities as required
Shuttles vehicles in/around lot and to/from local aftermarket shops for specialty work such as leather repairs, glass replacement, etc.
QUALIFICATIONS
High school diploma or GED
Prior detailing experience desired
Mechanical aptitude
Unrestricted driver's license and clean driving record
Can operate a standard-transmission vehicle
Strong communication, presentation, and writing skills
An impressive work ethic
Neat, clean, and professional appearance
BENEFITS
Health Insurance
Holidays
Life Insurance
Personal Days
Vacation
401(K)


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