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  • Since April 1, 1988

Under The Hood

Is the shop heated? Air conditioned?

The shop is heated. Employee break room and offices have A/C

What is the size of the team Iā€™d be working with?

3 Ownership/management 5-8 Shop employees

What are the shop hours and what are the shift timeframes?

Monday thru Friday, 7am - 5pm. Saturday service may be scheduled at times and group trainings are usually conducted on a Saturday (CPR/First Aid, MSHA Annual Refresher, etc.)

What tools does the shop provide that are available for all technicians to use?

Yes, all tools are provided. Commercial and Earthmover service is fairly specialized, so we have all the necessary equipment. If you have your own tools, we can work with you to see if we have the space for your box.

What type of break room facility is provided?

The employee break room is like a kitchenette. Vending machines, water cooler (bubbler) refrigerator, convection toaster over, microwave, 2 bay sink with a sprayer and dish drying rack. Keurig and K-cups available in the customer waiting area.

How many bays does your shop have?

3 bays, 2 commercial (14'x14') and 1 Automotive with a Rotary 12K symmetrical 2-post lift. We also have 3 tire service boom trucks: 1 tandem 1 single axle - non-CDL & 1 F-550 with a mini-boom.

How many repair orders do you average per month?

About 200/month for in-shop or road service work. About 400 total invoices are done per month, which include the shop/road services as well as billed product without any labor

What is your parts ordering process?

Not usually applicable. Parts can be ordered through the customer service manager

What is your policy on side work?

Shop may be used after-hours on a case-by-case basis for "friends and family".

Do you offer any skills training or continuing education opportunities?

We offer Tire Industry Association (TIA) trainings, both at the basic and technician level for Automotive/TPMS and Commercial Tires. We have basic programs for earthmover, farm/ag, and industrial tires. OSHA 10 and 30 Hours are available. MSHA and CPS/Basic FIrst Aid trainings are a requirement when offered.

Can you describe opportunities for career growth at your business?

Always the opportunity to gain experience and take on more responsibility. Performance is rewarded over longevity

Can you describe your performance review process?

Observed daily and performance - good and bad - is noted as needed.

What type of safety training is required?

Tire Industry Association (TIA) Commercial Tire Service - Basic Level, MSHA New Miner or Annual Refresher Training, CPR/Basic First Aid.

Can you describe how Techs work with and mentor younger techs?

This is a new process for us, so it will be a learn as we go as we begin working with students and schools.

How does your shop get involved with the local community?

Members of Associated Contractors of Vermont, South Burlington Business Association, and the Lake Champlain Chamber. Donations are made monthly and annually to many local and national charity groups/foundations.

Do you do anything with local high schools or tech schools to encourage more students to enter the profession?

This is a new process for us, so it will be a learn as we go as we begin working with students and schools.

Where do you see the shop in five years?

Hopefully... fully staffed and operating as one unit where most employees are cross-trained and can perform most tasks

Do you have an application form and how long does it typically take to complete?

We do have an application form that takes 5 - 10 minutes to complete if you have your employment history ready. We do prefer to receive resumes over a generic employment application.

Do you phone screen applicants before doing in-person interviews?

We prefer to conduct interviews in-person, however phone or teams/zoom meeting may be arranged on a case-by-case basis.

What do your in-person interviews entail?

A face-to-face meeting with the Owner/Vice President, conducted as a conversation that has both general and focused questions. This usually leads to a tour of the facility and examples of service work and equipment.

Do you perform background checks, drug screening, or personality tests before hiring an applicant?

We do not. If the applicant has a commercial driver's license and is applying for a driver position, then a pre-employment drug screening is required, as well as being added to the random consortium.

Do you perform a skill assessment before hiring an applicant? If yes, what does it entail?

Not at this time.

After an in-person interview, approximately how long should I expect to wait for a rejection or an offer?

Depends on the position and how long it has been posted. An offer could be made at the time of the interview up to 1-2 weeks.

Approximately how long does the full hiring process take from submitting the application to the time of the hiring decision?

Varies, but usually within a few days of an in-person interview.

Lead Automotive & Commercial Tire Technician Pay Range: $23 - $26/hour

Hourly position, servicing tires of all sizes with road service potential and with supervisory roles. Previous experience required

Automitive & Commercial Tire Technician Pay Range: $20 - $23/hour

Hourly position, servicing tires of all sizes with road service potential. Experience in the trucking or automotive tire/repair fields beneficial.

Entry Level Automitive & Commercial Tire Service Tech Pay Range: $18 - $20/hour

Hourly entry level position with little or no experience or exposure to the trucking or automotive tire/repair fields

Earthmover Tire Technician Pay Range: $23 - $26/hour

Hourly position requiring previous experience in Commercial and Earthmover tire services, to include boom truck and tire manipulator operation, possess or ability to obtain a DOT Physical card. CDL-B or higher beneficial, but not required.

Health Insurance Not Offered
Dental Insurance Not Offered
Vision Insurance Not Offered
Retirement Plan Offered
Simple IRA with an employer match up to 3%
Sick Leave Not Offered
Vacation Offered
Combined time-off (CTO) 16 hours after the first 90 days, 24 more hours earned after the next 90 days, 40 hours on the anniversary date and then 80 hours annually at the start of the year
Paid Holidays Offered
New Years Day Memorial Day Independence Day Labor Day Thanksgiving Christmas
ST / LT Disability Offered
Offered as an option through AFLAC
Life Insurance Not Offered
Uniforms Offered
Offered after 30 days of employment
Other Not Offered