You've probably never thought about working with auto glass for a living - you're not alone! Our everyday heroes come from all sorts of backgrounds, many of which have little (or no) mechanical experience. If you're naturally curious and have a customer service mindset, we'll teach you the rest.
The Technician Trainee is Safelite's entry level preview into the world of vehicle glass repair and replacement. This career-launching opportunity provides a paid, formal training program that teaches everything needed to complete basic repairs and replacements to anyone looking for a hands-on career. Click here to check out what it's like to be a Safelite Technician.
What You'll Get
Competitive weekly base pay starting at $19.75/hour, increasing to $21.50/hour after training and certification.
Potential to earn up to $24/hour as a Senior Tech and up to $27.25/hour as a Master Tech.
This position will receive $2/hour pay enhancement from May 9th- July 30th, 2022
A benefits package valued at more than $10k*. This includes a 401(k) plan with company matching, medical coverage plans customized to suit your needs and a commitment to work/life balance through our paid time off (PTO) programs, company holidays and paid volunteer days.
Up to $5,250 annually in tuition reimbursement.
Paid training and all the tools and resources you'll need to be successful.
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Age: Must be 18 years of age or older.
Valid state-issued driver's license required.
The ability to operate a Safelite van, following all safety, cleanliness policies, traffic laws, and maintain a safe driving record.
Flexibility with hours and days trained/worked, as workloads fluctuate.
Comfort working outside in a variety of weather conditions.
Present a professional appearance and wear personal protective equipment.
Physical requirements: lifting and carrying up to 75 lbs. for short periods, working at elevated heights, safely using windshield adhesives, and remaining on your feet for extended periods.
High School Diploma/GED/Equivalent preferred; ability to read, write and interpret technical directions required.