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The Best Automotive and Diesel Shops All On One Platform

We make it easy for technicians, service advisors, students, and instructors to find and engage with the best shops.

For Shops

Connect with local schools, show techs why you’re a great place to work, attract and retain local talent, and learn best practices for recruiting and shop management.

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For Schools

Our free tools provide a better way for instructors to connect with local shops and dealerships, build relationships with industry, and get the resources you need.

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For Individuals

Technicians, service advisors, students, and other industry professionals use WrenchWay to find a great place to work, help improve the industry (and win prizes), and keep up with industry topics.

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One Community Bringing Shops, Schools, & Technicians Together

Highlighting the Best Shops to Work At

Virtually all shops are hiring and most job postings look the same. This makes it difficult for a technician to find the right fit for them.

WrenchWay Top Shops make it easy by:

  • Requiring shops to answer FAQs about work environment, career development, and hiring process
  • Disclosing pay and benefits for every role
  • Allowing individuals to ask questions and chat with shops before they apply
  • Making it easy to apply for open positions

Become a Top Shop

Dan's Auto Centre Top Shop Page on WrenchWay

Connecting Shops with Schools

Shops and schools generally want to work together, but they get busy or they don’t have a great process in place to stay in touch.

WrenchWay School Assist makes it easier for both sides:

  • One place to manage relationships with multiple schools/shops
  • Instructors post program updates and request resources from shops
  • Shops scroll through and see which schools they can help

Connect with Schools

Example of a School Assist Request in WrenchWay

Giving Technicians and Industry Professionals a Voice

Many people talk about the technician shortage, but few actually include technicians in the conversation.

WrenchWay gives technicians a voice in a variety of ways:

  • Allowing technicians to post about industry topics on WrenchWay Shop Talk
  • Encouraging technicians to provide feedback and answer poll questions about the industry (and win prizes for doing so)
  • Hosting roundtables and webinars that often include students, technicians, and other non-management personnel to represent all perspectives

Join the Conversion

Shop Talk listing and example of a Shop Talk post in WrenchWay
  • It's pretty great to have all the general information about our shop in one place we can direct technicians to. This makes for more productive conversations during interviews because they can see everything about the job, pay/benefits, etc. before the interview.

    Justin Knoble
    Service and Parts Manager, CROWN Lift Trucks
    Justin Knoble
  • WrenchWay School Assist really helps schools develop those relationships with industry partners, which is so important.

    Britton Hill
    Professor, Johnson County Community College
    Britton Hill
  • I was able to get a better schedule, a raise, and a better opportunity. Reverse Job Posts are fantastic. I had lots of responses and was able to land a job that checked every box.

    Phillip Lassor
    Phillip Lassor

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