Help Wanted: Job openings in the automotive field

In this week’s Help Wanted, we’re highlighting multiple job openings in the automotive field.

1.) Automotive Title Clerk – Shelby Automotive; Mayfield, KY: This position is full time. One year experience is preferred, but not necessary. To learn more and to apply, click here.

2.) Automotive Technician – Purcell Tire and Service Center; Paducah, KY: This position is full time. You’d be responsible for several things, including testing components and systems and diagnosing malfunctions. You need a high school diploma. ASE certification is strongly preferred. To learn more and to apply, click here.

3.) Diesel Mechanic – Pepsi MidAmerica; Marion, IL: This position is full time. You’d be working out of their fleet department. Heavy duty diesel experience is needed. Certification or a degree in diesel mechanics, or equivalent job experience is required. To learn more and to apply, click here.

4.) Diesel Mechanic-Maintenance Technician – Barker Brothers Waste; Union City, TN: This position is full time. The qualifications for this position are a bit more extensive, including having graduated from an accredited automotive college or technical school, ASE certification and your CDL license. To learn more and to apply, click here.

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