- Tacoma, WA
What you'll be doing
- Follow company policy and procedures, as to set the example for the rest of the team. Remove Freon, power steering fluid, power brake fluid, batteries, excess garbage, and other items as prescribed by procedure. Remove gasoline, coolant, waste oil, transfer case oil, catalytic converters, and other items as prescribed by procedure. Place vehicles on wheel stands so customers can safely access sellable parts. Remove vehicles and clean up the surrounding area in preparation for the next vehicle set. Loosen the motor and transmission mounts. Remove any remaining tires and selected core items as prescribed by procedure. Remove heater cores, copper wire, and other items as prescribed by procedure. Maintain the crush pad work area to reduce equipment downtime, harvest cores, and ensure environmental compliance. Review and complete logs for regulatory and tracking purposes. Maintain and replace storm water control devices. Assist in the review and maintenance of mechanical equipment. Perform other duties as required.
What your background should be
- Ability to wear and maintain all prescribed PPE and follow basic safety practices. Ability to follow verbal and written instructions including comprehension of basic safety messages and labels (waste oil, gasoline, flammable, etc.). Ability to complete basic safety, environmental, and code of conduct training. Able to work required hours which may include weekend and holidays and OT.
Required Schooling / Training
- Not specified
Who is the client company
- This is a self-service recycled auto parts stores, provides OEM parts at incredible prices.
- If you are interested in this position, send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org