Structural Technicians restore structural dimensions and structural integrity to collision-damaged vehicles. He or she uses measuring and frame equipment to diagnose damage and return damaged frame or unibody parts to manufacturer’s specifications. Hand tools and power tools are used to remove or repair damaged parts, weld and properly install new parts. This individual works with a variety of materials and joining technologies used in automotive manufacturing such as, but not limited to, mild steels, high-strength steels, ultra-high-strength steels, aluminum, carbon fiber, plastics, glass, electrical and mechanical parts, and joining processes such as welding, rivet bonding, MIG brazing and spot welding.
This will be a full-time Structural Technician Apprentice position. Apprentice must have some non-structural training, body shop experience, and be State Certified in Collision Repair. Apprentice will work side by side with our two seasoned Structural Technicians daily until they have completed all I-Car training courses for PL3 Structural Technician. Shop will cover all costs associated with training and certifications.
- Monday - Friday 8am-5pm. No holidays or weekends.
- Medical, dental, and vision plans available. Paid sick time and paid vacation.
State of Michigan Collision Certification
Willingness to complete ongoing training required in the collision industry and continue personal development through I-Car training.