Lot Technician

Job Description - Lot Technician
All employees must adhere to the below Company Values:
Develops employees and/or self through continuous training
Respects and keeps promises to customers and co-workers
Intently listens to understand customer and co-worker needs
Values honestly, transparency, and consistency in all of our dealings
Exemplifies Brand Persona (professional, sensitive, knowledgeable, resourceful, reliable and transparent)
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Applicants must be 18 years or older and be authorized to work in the U.S., have a valid driver license and professional appearance.
Assists the dealership in keeping the car lot in good condition.
Arrange cars on the lot and ensure car lot is neat and orderly.
Fuel cars and do minor maintenance such as, changing windshield wipers, replenishing fluids, etc.
Compare serial numbers of incoming cars against invoice.
Inspect vehicles to detect damage and to verify the presence of accessories listed on the invoice, such as spare tires and radio and stereo equipment.
Record the description of damages and list missing items on the delivery receipt.
Assign stock control numbers to cards.
Catalog and store keys.
Deliver sold vehicles to the new-vehicle preparation department.
Park cars and store keys. Always mark parking space number on tag.
Wash cars after service. Park car. Remove plastic and mat then lock car.
Executive clean is to be done on major services including wash, vacuum and wash windows.
Make sure parking, reception and carwash areas are clean and presentable. Pick up trash in service and carwash areas.
Keep key tags, mats, early bird envelopes and seat covers stocked.
Keep waiting areas clean and presentable. Check waiting area hourly. Restock as needed.
Other duties as assigned.
Ability to read and comprehend job-related instructions and information whether electronic or paper-based.
Excellent manual dexterity skills as well as patience and an eye for detail.
Contact: Ed Pasquale
Phone: 801-714-2231
Email: edp@kengarff.com

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