Disassembly & Reassembly Technician

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Disassembly & Reassembly Technician

VIVE Collision offers infinite growth potential.

Don’t wait, apply today to join our elite team.

Do you always go the extra mile? Are you reliable? Are you looking for a collision repair company that values you? We believe that your success is our success. This is your opportunity to turbocharge your career!

We support our team with the latest tools and technology to ensure success. State-of-the-art collision repair equipment and tools, certifications, and training.

What’s in it for you?

  • Day one Medical, Dental, and Vision insurance options for you and your family (this includes domestic partners)
  • $50,000 employer-paid life insurance policy
  • 401K plan with an employer match
  • Employee Assistance Program, includes confidential assistance in the following areas:
    • Counseling from relationships to stress and substance abuse
    • Work/Life benefits including personal, financial, and legal issues
    • Self-Help benefits
    • Peak performance coaching
    • Lifestyle saving benefits for wellness, shopping, travel
    • Personal development and training
  • Heath savings account to assist with medical bills
  • Paid time off to promote work-life balance – 8 paid holidays including Black Friday and your BIRTHDAY!
  • Growth opportunities within our company
  • Paid training including industry certifications, I-CAR & OEM

The R&I Technician is responsible for removing parts and inspecting and assessing vehicles for additional or hidden damage.  They will also install parts as part of the reassembly process of the vehicle.

Job Requirements

  • Follow the company blueprinting process and disassembly procedures (DFR) for all vehicle inspections
  • Disassemble vehicles after the initial estimate, inspect all vehicles for internal structure and parts from the initial inspection (estimate) and identify additional damage.
  • Complete disassembly of the vehicle to assist estimators in assessing damage to prepare a 100% repair plan
  • Document and record additional damage and required parts on a damage report (including blend panels, small parts, on-time use fasteners, moldings, etc.).
  • Notify the production manager/estimator regarding supplements based on additional damage/parts discovered.
  • Assist the metal technician with reassembly upon completion of the repair, as needed.
  • Perform light non-structural repairs – light finishing, sanding, minor bumper repairs, etc.
  • Reassemble vehicle – replace final moldings, trim, and detail pieces
  • Perform assigned duties safely and responsibly, ensuring you don’t expose yourself or other employees to unnecessary risk of injury
  • Other duties as assigned

Physical Requirements

  • Ability to stoop, bend, squat, kneel, and pull
  • Extended periods of kneeling, bending, squatting, and stooping to complete or inspect repairs
  • Carry and lift heavy objects (up to 80lbs)
  • Manual dexterity and eye/hand coordination to operate equipment
  • Performing repetitive motions