In 1975, Bill Childs conceived his idea for a convenient tune up for automobiles. He opened his first center in Beaumont, Texas a year later in 1976. The store was so popular that he decided to start franchising centers in Louisiana and Florida in 1977.
By the end of the 70’s there were 100 Precision Tune tune-up centers across the south. The company continued to grow and by the early 90’s the first international Precision tune center opened in Taiwan. Over the next several decades the company continued to grow.
Today Precision Tune Auto Care is well known in the automotive industry and has stores nationwide and around the world.
The Oil/Lube specialist is one of the positions available. The Oil/Lube specialist is the person who does all the oil changes.
You’ll have to be able to work with your hands on cars. You’ll be required to change oil and filters, add fluids, and check tire pressure. You will also have to be able to read and interpret operation and maintenance manuals, safety rules, and procedure manuals.
They also have positions for those who have other specialties. If you are ASE certified then you probably can find a position here. In order to do quality work on light trucks and cars they need people who specialize in emission testing, diagnostics, and OR brakes. Some stores also need someone that has an ASE certification specializing in Smog. The Smog Technician will have to be licensed by the state in which they are employed.
There are other opportunities at Precision Tune that don’t necessarily mean you’ll have to be under the hood of a car. The Service adviser needs to have a good mechanical background and have knowledge of the auto industry. They must be able to handle A/C diagnostic write-ups in order to assist the technician.
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