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B9 Diagnostic Floor Technician I (Posting ID: 218621)

Allen Park, MI 48101

Posted: 03/14/2024 Employment Type: Contract Industry: Manufacturing Job Number: JM838427313

Job Description

Contract PositionLocation: Allen Park MIWages: $24.00-$27.00 HR
Job Description:  The Diagnostic Floor Technician I will disassemble, reassemble, troubleshoot, and maintain vehicle platforms on-site at Roush facilities. This person will communicate between employees, engineering, customers, and requesters.

•   Maintain, troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair vehicle equipment and systems to component level failures experienced during operation
•   Perform equipment updates to support testing of vehicle systems
•   Communicate diagnostic findings to engineering staff for resolution
•   Perform Preventive Maintenance Checks and Services (PMCS) according to project expectations and vehicle Technical Manuals (TMs) or work instructions
•   Receive direction from coordinators, customers, and supervisors
•   Attend daily meetings with team to brief on activities and program or project expectations
•   Perform pre-drive and post-drive vehicle inspections
•   Clean up and disposal including daily clean-up of assigned work areas and vehicles
•   Manage time entry including verifying accuracy

•   High School diploma or equivalent
•   Minimum of 2 years of experience maintaining, troubleshooting and repairing vehicle systems
•   Minimum of 2 years of diagnosing to component level and repairing newly integrated vehicle systems
•   Proficiency in the use of maintenance tools, repair and special tools, diagnostic equipment
•   Proficiency in working from Technical Manuals (TM’s), wiring schematics, work instructions, work orders and follow-up of historic troubleshooter findings and notes
•   Good computer skills, including MS Office
•   Ability to prepare written technical reports
•   Excellent verbal and written communication skills and able to interact professionally with others
•   Valid driver's license and clean driving record

•   Certification in Automotive Engineering Technology or similar.
•   National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Certification.
•   Knowledge of Ford Diagnostic Tools (DET, IDS / FDRS)
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