Thursday, November 20, 2014

Automotive Glass Technician and Apprentices

Automotive Glass Technician and Apprentices
The Opportunity
Your opportunity as a Glass Tech could be the best long term career choice you make yet. You value helping people in need and enjoy doing it in the most efficient economical way. Balance in life is not just a word or phase but something you look forward to. Work time flexibility would be great to spend important moments with family or attend sporting events or just a personal day. The reality is you are a positive, real, organized person with a great work ethic who enjoys a steady income and also doesn't mind working a little more for bonus money. You know money isn't happiness but it sure helps. You also enjoy learning new things, training upgrades and adding new skills to your resume. You also value having fun at your job. Enjoying helping others with their glass needs is ever changing and never offers a dull day. “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life.” ― Confucius

Ideally what you need to start
· Automotive Glass experience is a start and is preferred. General comfort around glass and a comfort around a clients vehicle.
· You should know how to use general mechanics tools to turn a wrench, remove wiper arms and outer glass area parts.
· You should love organization and can read/follow a procedure checklist to offer the best most consistent customer experience.
· You should have a great work ethic, be self motivated and have a positive attitude
· You should believe and practicing safety methods and don't mind wearing safety shoes, safety glasses and safety gloves etc
· And since you are working around cars and other people's property you do need a clean valid drivers licence.

So you like what you see and you are excited!
Are you thinking - "What do I do now?"

You could print the page opportunity or you could book mark it.
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Primary Industry (NAICS): 811122 - Automotive Glass Replacement
Alternate Industries (NAICS): 238150 - Glass and Glazing Contractor

For more information about Scotia Auto Glass and services please visit our website at

Date: October 27, 2014
Wage/Salary: 12-16
Start: Novemeber
Duration: As long as you want
Type: Full Time, Part Time, Traineeship
How to apply:Visit webpage
Company: Scotia Auto Glass

Monday, January 20, 2014

Recall on Ford Van Windshields

Ford Recalling 2011-MY E-Series Vehicles Windshield

The Ford Motor Company is recalling 4,532 2011 the model-year E-150, E-250, E-350 and E-450 vans windshields because they may be prone to the formation of bubbles that can hinder driver visibility. (the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported)
The recall covers E-Series vehicles built from May 12, 2011, through May 26, 2011. Because of faulty manufacturing conditions, some of the windshields may form bubbles after an extended time in hot temperatures, NHTSA said.

Photo: Ford Motor Co.

To remedy the problem, Ford dealers will inspect the windshield and replace it if bubbles are present. There will be no charge for this service.
The recall is expected to begin around Jan. 27. Vehicle owners can reach Ford at 1-866-436-7332. Ford's recall campaign number is 11C20.