Tire Technician

  • Full Time
  • Seasonal
  • Lantz, NS
  • October 24, 2020

Website Groundmax ltd

Job Contact: Julie Speichts
Company Phone: +1 902-883-1190
Job Start Date: As Soon as Possible

Do you know your tires? Can you handle a fast paced environment? Do you take pride in your work? Are you physically fit? Do you believe in a strong team that works together to make our customers day better? Then you are our candidate!!

Duties Include:

  • Installation, balance, rotation and repair of passenger, light truck, lawn tractor tires.
  • Inspection of tires and wheels for correct inflation, wear patterns, tread depth and damage.
  • Work with tire pressure monitoring systems. (TPMS)
  • Maintenance of service equipment.
  • Specialty tire work including: studding of passenger and light truck tires.
  • Unloading and loading shipments as needed.
  • Cleaning and organizing shop
Other Requirements :

Experience is an asset however for the right candidate we will train.

Salary Range: $14.00-$15.00 per hour based on experience
    Salary Includes:
  • Benefits
  • Additional Compensation
    Essential Skills:
  • Working with Others
    Soft Skills:
  • Attitude
  • Time Management
  • Stress Management
  • Team Work
How to Apply:

Please apply with resume and cover letter explaining why your experience makes you the right candidate.

Email resume to Julie at accounting@groundmax.ca or drop off in person to our location.

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