I was wondering if anyone knew the earnings for a diesel technician in california and if they had any advice for me.
I want to do either regular automotive or diesel technician, Only problem is I have 2 felonies on my record :( which one would I have a better chance at getting a job with?
I want to be a diesel technician but was wondering if they made a good living? do they have a steady job?
I'm looking for a job for my bf
I want to be a technician and get a job in a dealership but don't want to waste years
I live in San Diego and since I cant go to college (I can go to a trade school MAYBE a Community college but in my current financial situation a 4 year is out of the question). So I have been looking at trade schools. I am looking into Diesel Mechanic, Regular Mechanic, Industrial Maintenance, Electronics, Building Maintenance and truck driving.
What career would be good?
I have an interest in all of them.
Where are the best auto/diesel colleges? Is it worth the money? Where can you learn how to customize cars?
Im at a cross between electrician, automotive technician, welding, carpenter, and diesel technician. I just want a job that i can take pride in my work, have set rules (like math), and something that pays pretty well too. Hands on is the main thing i want though. Also i want something that will keep me busy year round and something that doesn't get boring. Also i want to work for a company that offers benefits and have room for advancement.
This question is for my research paper. I need to know what jobs women are not allowed to pursue such as being in the front-line in war. Same goes for men, what jobs are they not allowed?
Note: this question pertains to jobs in America meaning please do not give me a job in a different country other than America
I am a mechanical diploma engineer.I have experience in this field (Have deauty equipment ,agriculture machine, gas and diesel ganarator )last 10 years as a service engineer / Technician.I am looking for a job offer with must(Human Resources Development Canada) HRDC approval in this field.
Im enlisting in the Navy and am looking at the Aviation Systems Operate rating. I really like the aviation aspect of the Navy and am curious what different jobs this will entail. Also what other aviation rates will allow me to fly in the helos, jets and planes? I cannot go in as a commissioned officer since I am halfway through my bachelors but am going to take advantage of the Navy's 100?uition to finish it up. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
I am thinking of changing my major for my associates degree to something that I can get a job that makes an ok amount of money while I work further my education. What type of associates degree would be the most benifical?
I am a Marine and went through training in NC and got my certification as a basic Diesel technician. I am now back at home in the reserves and want to get a job in a shop but im worried my certification wont be sufficient because it wasnt trade school that i went through.
My neighbor told me go to a on the job training where they teach you and pay at the same time, he also said when you go to the school for example wyotech school they will teach you on how to fix them, but when you graduate and work as a living and doing it as a job you won't know anything. is this true or should I go to a school that teaches like wyotech? thank you.
There's a job opening at a local Cummins shop for an entry level diesel mechanic. The job requirements don't include any sort of a degree other than HS diploma. I don't have a degree beyond HS and I've never worked with engines, but this job really interests me. What are they looking for in this type of a position? Do they typically hire people who don't have a degree related to the job? Are women more/less likely to receive a job offer?
Is there going to be diesel in fuel in 20 years?
Well I took my car in and had a daignostic done for free and the scanner said I had excessive flow to the EGR valve. The guy who ran the test said I might have a leak in the vacume tube going to the valve or buildup on the valve itself. I'm a computer technician so I don't know a lot about cars. Is there a specific way to replace this valve or can I just remove the valve and hose put a new one on and reconnect the hose? any help would be awesome thanks!
What province, city, etc will give me highest chance of a job, and the highest pay?
Im so confused on which school to choose from. I've narrowed it down to Lincoln Tech and Ivy Tech. I'd like to know which school would be better choice. Maybe someone who attended either one could give me some advice. If it helps I would take just the regular automotive classes with high performance at Lincoln Tech and maybe either a Associate of Applied Science Degree for Automotive Service or a Technical Certificate for Auto Service at Ivy Tech. OPIONS "ARE" WELCOME!
I'm thinking about being a servie technician and I was wondering what are all the necessary steps I need to take in order to get into the BMW step program?