Automotive Auction Vehicle Inspector Entry Level

Company Name:
Manheim Partnered With ManpowerGroup Solutions
Automotive Auction Vehicle Inspector Entry Level
Location Mount Juliet, TN
Job Scope
Conduct inspections of incoming vehicles to detect damage, missing parts and mechanical problems; prepare and submit report of vehicle condition, repair/replacement cost estimates and related documentation.
Key Responsibilities
Conduct assessment of vehicle condition upon receipt noting any damage or repair required for frame, paint, engine, AC/heater operation, radio, navigation system, tires, etc.
Prepare support documentation related to vehicle condition including vehicle identification data, condition description; repair costs estimates, photographs, etc.
Maintain current knowledge of applicable labor rates, parts charges and manufacturer's updates; adhere to work instructions/procedures regarding inspections/documentation
Conduct OVE courtesy walk around inspections
Follow all applicable safety and health related procedures
May be required to locate, start and move vehicles as directed
Perform other job related duties as directed by supervisor
Minimum Qualifications
High School Diploma or equivalent required
Specialized Knowledge
ASE certification or background in automotive repair, and cost estimating
Knowledge ICAR Certifications preferred
Valid Drivers License and safe driving record required
Basic computer software skills required
Ability to multitask required
Must be detail oriented
General knowledge of automotive body and mechanical work preferred
Regularly required to stand, walk, reach, talk and hear
Frequently required to stoop, kneel, crouch and climb
Vision abilities required include close, distance and color vision, depth perception
Previous body shop experience, mechanical experience, estimating experience preferred
Apply at www.manheim.com for immediate consideration.

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