Crew Leader in: Repair and restore
damaged vehicle by repairing and replacing damaged parts to restore the vehicle
to its original shape. Review repair cost estimates and plan work to be
performed, replacement parts needed for the task as well as the materials to be
gathered in preparation for each specific project to be performed.
into consideration special techniques to be used and determine if replacement
parts are available or if they will have to improvise customizing by
designing and making the replacement part. Assign work to tapers, sanders, and
detailers depending on their limitations and capabilities. Work with hazardous
materials and apply personal and refinishing safety.
Demonstrate to workers on
proper use of equipment according to company's safety rules to prevent
accidents. Perform advanced analysis for material damage and mechanical system.
Analyze and use specialized techniques to repair and/or replace collision steel
structure steel unibody, front and rear rails, floors and front structure.
Perform plastic bumper repairs and involvement in frame strengthening and/or
replacement of chassis as needed to restore vehicle to its original form
Monitor projects at different stages to ensure compliance.
Involvement in more complex structure damage and find solutions to problems,
make replacement parts as needed as well as design, modify to customize the
building of sectioning steel sheet metal and other replacement parts for repair
utilizing steel unitized structures technologies and repair.
strengths and weaknesses of materials to determine solution and strategy to
take. Interior and/or exterior panel repair and/or replacement. Request
materials and supplies from Project Manager. Utilize knowledge in Shark EZ
Frame measuring. ProSpot welding, mig welding, welding and adhesively bonded
pane replacement, as well as squeeze-type resistance spot welding.
3 yrs. exp. 40 hrs./wk. Mail resume: J. Foglesong Towing & Storage + Auto Repair, 631 S. Oak Ave. Ontario, CA 91762
dependent upon experience