Autobody Painter/Prepper Rose City Collision Centre Windsor, ON Are you seeking a career where you get to apply and develop your skills of vehicle preparing and painting , work as an integral part of a dedicated team in a key role that impacts the business , and gain opportunities for career growth and development in a culture that invests in people ? At AutoCanada, we believe that everyone wins when we invest in people: our business, clients, and our talent (you!) . Why you want this Opportunity: You will play a crucial role as Autobody Technician at Eastern Collision Centre: In a hands-on role, you have a direct impact on the quality of work and performance of the Collision Centre. You will be joining a vibrant enthusiastic team that is highly collaborative and will support you through training to develop your skills in automotive repair. You will leverage and expand your technical expertise in vehicle repair by leveraging the sate of the art facilities to complete the work required to restore vehicles to “like new” condition. You will work in a clean environment, with up-to-date equipment. Reporting to the Collision Centre Manager, mentored by Journeymen Autobody Technicians, you will work with the greater collision centre team to refinish and paint damaged vehicles. Your Key Responsibilities Preparing vehicles for refinishing including: feathering, masking, sanding, priming as per insurance guidelines and standards. Assist painter with spot repairs. Match the correct paint required for the vehicle and apply pain and top coats with accuracy. When required, paint repaired motor vehicle body parts, following recommended application techniques and the company’s quality guidelines. Remove damaged sections of vehicles using metal-cutting guns, air grinders and wrenches. Identify the family and properties of the plastic used on a vehicle to repair accordingly. Fit and weld body damage using wrenches and welding equipment. Perform quality repairs on a variety of vehicles. Demonstrate and champion a healthy and safe work environment. Your Capabilities and Credentials Autobody Apprentice, 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th year. Working towards the completion of a related post-secondary program and or training courses. Professional demeanor and strong work ethic. Excellent communication and organizational skills. Efficient problem-solving skills. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail. Knowledge of and the ability to operate machinery and tools required to complete repairs. Ability to work individually and as part of a team. High level of integrity and work ethic. Ability to meet physical demands such as heavy lifting, standing for long periods of time and using to use power and hand-held equipment. Must possess a valid driver's license and a safe driving history. Open to continuous learning and development. Why you want to work at an AutoCanada Collision Centre: Our goal as a leading North American automobile dealership group is to cultivate a culture that attracts top performers with great potential to grow and succeed, because when you thrive, we all thrive. We want to build on your success by providing you with opportunities to utilize and expand your expertise – providing meaningful and challenging work, enhancing engagement through collaboration and a supportive team culture, and truly appreciating, recognizing, and rewarding performance through competitive total compensation, growth, and advancement opportunities: Competitive compensation Professional development plans, paid training, and career growth opportunities Comprehensive Group insurance plan, including extended health care, dental, travel, life, and long-term disability Employee Assistance Program Employee Vehicle Purchasing Plan Great working conditions Fast-paced, incredible and energetic work environment Up to date equipment Company events Free on-site parking Paid time off An opportunity to be part of an exciting, growing business Apply Now! For more information on our Company, please visit our website at www.autocan.ca. To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter on the Careers portion of our website. We thank all applicants for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. AutoCanada is committed to creating a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture, as an equal opportunity employer we encourage applications from all qualified individuals. About AutoCanada AutoCanada is a multi-location automotive dealership group operating in both Canada and the United States with headquarters in Edmonton and corporate offices in Montreal. AutoCanada trades under the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol ACQ. The multi-location dealership model enables AutoCanada to serve a diversified geographic customer base providing a range of services to customers including new and used vehicle sales, financing, leasing, automotive service and repair, collision repair, and parts sales. Founded in 2006, AutoCanada has expanded significantly and continues to grow. Today, customers are served by more than 4,200 employees comprised of automotive service technicians, sales experts, and support staff from offices across Canada.