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Amtech Auto Care Center
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Experienced car and light truck technician with diagnostic, electronic and drivability skills, also capable of leading and assisting other technicians with diagnostics in these areas.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:Diagnose, maintain and repair automotive systems to specifications. Be able to explain diagnosis and needed repairs to management and/or customers.Continuously advancing to learn new technical information in order to stay on top of the rapidly changing automotive technology.Maintain a clean, organized and safe work space.Have a positive attitude and be team-oriented.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:Master Automotive Technician/Senior Lead Technician 5+ years of automotive diagnosis, electrical and drive-ability problem solving and repair experience.Have or have held 5+ ASE certifications OR specific brand certifications (ie, Ford, Chrysler, GM, Toyota, Honda, etc) is a plus.

WE OFFER: Top pay based on experienceMonday thru Friday hours only NO WEEKENDS
Paid vacation. Paid holidays. Company paid training/certifications. Health Insurance available.

Call Denny at 402-734-2865

Apply here: http://www.amtechautocare.com/Employment-Application.html
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NAPA Business Development Group's 2016 golf outing raised $3,500.00 for the Eastern Nebraska Veteran's Home. They have the money earmarked for needed patio furniture. Thanks everyone for your support!!! 
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Amtech AutoCare Center
8202 S 48th St, Omaha, NE 68157
(402) 734-2865
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https://local.demandforce.com/b/amtechautocare

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Schedule your appointment today!!!
402-734-2865

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Your Amtech Team!

http://www.amtechautocare.com/
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2016-08-18
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Best of Omaha voting begins today.
Gary and the Amtech team would appreciate your vote!!!
http://www.BestofOmaha.com/47920

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Coolant System
Unless you drive a Corvair or VW Beetle, chances are your engine is water cooled. Because you are dealing with water, heat and several different types of metal, there are all kinds of potential maladies that can occur inside the cooling system. Contrary to popular belief, aluminum does in fact corrode, particularly when water and electricity are in close proximity, this is known as electrolysis. The cooling system is full of electrolysis, rust and degrading coolant which can lead to broken parts, cracked blocks and overheated engines. Check your coolant for the proper level of anti-freeze each winter, and flush the system with fresh fluid every 2 years.
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