I really want this entry-level city vehicle maintenance job. What do you think most city vehicle maintenance government employer look for in a candidate?
Or something a little more casual?
I have interview for an entry-level city vehicle maintenance job.
Also what do they usually look for in a candidate for such a position?
also what are some good things to say to get some points when they ask why u want to become a city vehicle maintenance man?
My son is about to take his ASVAB test and pick his job choices. On his list he wanted to include Vehicle Body Maintenance, but we couldn't find it on some of the lists. Does the Air Force still have this as a job choice? If they do and any of you guys have done the job, how did you like it and what type work did you do?
I want to do an automotive engineering degree after a degree in mechanical engineering, I have also done a 2 year course on vehicle maintenance & repair, do you think it will be hard for me to find jobs in this field of engineering in the future in the UK?
I want to get a job as that, a special vehicle maintenance or Security Forces Specialist in the Air Force
I just booked a job as a special purpose vehicle maintenance in the air force and i would like to try to get stationed at a base out of the country. I was just curious about the chances of that job going to an overseas base
I've been thinking a lot lately about training to become a mechanic. Realistically, I don't know a lot about cars compared to what I used to know (I worked in garages daily as a youngster!). I've applied to colleges for vehicle maintenance and repair courses, as preferably prefer to work with lighter vehicles than hgv etc.
I'm starting to read up a lot, and get hands on, but I'm constantly being reminded that because I'm a 19 year old female, I have no chance in getting anywhere in a "man's job".. My heart is set on it, but I'm worried the lack of knowledge will fail me.
Does anyone have any hints/tips on what I can do or they did when starting out to be a mechanic? And what qualifications are best to achieve for a more hopeful outcome?
Thank you :) x
Does Ca have such jobs and are they in each county in the state? I've never heard of such a thing before. Also how would a person get paid?
I have to write a paper for my college algebra class on jobs that use college algebra and the concepts that the jobs use. I've researched and found jobs, just not the concepts. Someone please help me out!
I consider myself a shade tree mechanic, one of those DIY guys. I also consider myself frugal (cheap) and don't see the point of spending $350 on a brake job when I can do the majority of the work myself and spend only $100. I also have a project car that's needing a paint job and some other "serious" work which I'd like to give some attention to. It is an outlet of sorts - getting dirty, using my hands, fixing things, an escape from the mundane office setting.
Due to circumstances I now live in an apartment complex, and they're pretty strict about their "no mechanic work in the parking lot" policy. So now I have no place to do these things for my vehicle repair and maintenance.
What low-cost options are there for someone like me who wants to work on their car but can't do it at home? I'm looking for something like an "Auto Hobby Shop", but I couldn't find one in my area (Miami, Florida). Any suggestions?
I wanted to get a list of jobs that are available to a Mechanical engineer. (Doesn't matter which field. Can be Oil gas/petroleum, Fluid Mechanics, Electronics, Hydraulics, Aerospace, Piping, Acoustics, etc) Any help is appreciated. Thank you!
I am a civil process server. My job is literally to drive to people houses to serve papers to them. Foreclosure, divroce, other subponeas and summons to court for a private company. I am however not an "employee" of that company, but work as a subcontractor. How do I go about making sure my mileage is accounted for when filing my federal taxes?
I just want to go into the reserves. Im pretty sure I can get the job; I got a 94 on the ASVAB. I would really like to join the air force. They have the job "Vehicle and Vehicular Equipment Maintenance" which seems to be automotive. Anyone have information on this. I would also like to hear about what other branches in the military have to offer on this subject.
I'm planning to major in aerospace engineer. For those who are aerospace engineers, can you tell me the job description and workplace? Is it easy to look for a career? Does it pay good? Do you enjoy your job? Thanks.
I need to know what jobs hire at age 15 in Irving, Texas.
I have a hw assignment and i know NOTHING about cars. I have to have at least 15 different car maintenance tips. Thank you!
The title pretty much says it all.
I have a passion for electric vehicles, both motorcycles and cars. I was wondering if it is possible to become an "electric car mechanic", or anything that works with electric vehicles?
Thanks in advance.
I have over 100,000 miles on it. It burns oil like crazy, so I just check it often and add more. I get it totally changed with a new oil filter once a year. The car runs great. I haven't done any other maintenance in a few years.
The oil started burning like crazy 5 years ago. I did some research and this was common for some cars according to what I read online. The dealer changes it and there is no problem. The car runs GREAT. My highway mileage is 34.
My sister want to know 15 jobs that start with letter I. Because it is her homework.
I work with people who have various disabilities and we visit different places in the community as a part of our treatment. When I started this job I was making regular payments and at some point I transfered the balance owed to a credit card because the interest was fixed and significantly lower. Can I deduct the monthly payments and the final lump sum pay-off that I had made while doing this job? Thanks