At Midas we are dedicated to providing quality services to customer vehicles in the areas of inspection, diagnosis and repair utilizing the expertise attained through ASE Certifications and/or years of automotive repair experience.
We are looking for automotive technicians/mechanics that are able to work independently of others, while also being able to work collaboratively at times with peers.
We have a full-service facility and we are looking for automotive technicians to help us create an environment of success!
At Midas, we take care of everything
tires, brakes, oil
so the opportunities to grow and develop expertise with Midas are endless.
Automotive TechnicianMidas of FloridaMiami, FLAt Midas we are dedicated to providing quality services to customer vehicles in the areas of inspection, diagnosis and repair utilizing the expertise attained through ASE / AATI Certifications and/or years of automotive repair experience. Full-timeAutomotive Maintenance TechnicianTires plusMiami, FLTires Plus - 14411 Biscayne Blvd [Automotive Mechanic / Auto Technician] As an Automotive Maintenance Technician at Tires Plus, you'll: Learn how to diagnose and repair basic automotive including brakes, alignments, suspensions, cooling and electrical; Change oil and transmission fluid and filters; Install and perform tire maintenance; Install batteries, shock absorbers, exhaust systems and check electrical systems Full-timeAutomotive MechanicMidas SONNENKLARMiami, FL>Health, Dental, Vision, and Life InsuranceHiring for Doral, Kendall, Tamiami Compensation: $600.00 - $1,950.00 per week Join Our TeamAs one of the largest destinations for automotive services, Midas is dominating the industry in developing career paths and building relationships within the communities they serve. Up to $100,000 a year Full-timeTires & Automotive Repair SalesMidas of Miami Gardens / Pembroke PinesMiami Gardens, FLAutomotive Service Manager ResponsibilitiesAs a Midas automotive service manager, you will manage and direct all automotive and general service technicians in the operation of the shop, including:Deliver exceptional customer service while listening and consulting customersStrong sales abiltiyAble to achieve Sales goals and increase overall shop Sales Following up with customers, services requested, estimated completion times etc.Automotive Technician - DsbnNextEra Energy ResourcesMiami, FLFS Fluid Power Mobile Hydraulic Mechanic Certification Full-time
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