OVERVIEW: The Marine/Service Technician is responsible for the repair and overhaul of boats, machinery and trailers. Responsibilities: * Examine boat and discuss the nature and extent of damage or malfunction with the service advisor or customer. * Perform diagnostics and repair of all types of marine engines and transmissions/drives/generators. * Perform mechanical repair work such as: - remove engine, transom or outdrive - disassemble unit and inspect parts for wear - overhaul or replace carburetors, blowers, generators, distributors, starters, pumps, electrical and fuel systems - rebuild parts such as engine cylinder blocks - rewire ignition system, lights and instrument panel - replace and adjust taillights - install and repair accessories such as radios, heaters, mirrors, and windshield wipers * Operate a hydraulic jack or hoist as needed. * Advise customers and/or insurance adjusters as to necessary repairs. * Complete repair work utilizing service scheduler and SSO's within the established timeframe * Ensure all warranty work is completed according to manufacture's and MarineMax guidelines * Safely operate MarineMax and customer vessels during diagnostic water testing operations * Maintain MarineMax tools in good condition and according to guidelines * Other duties as assigned * PM17 * Internal/external customer satisfaction/FANS * Timely and accurate completion of work * Maintain 100% productivity. * Maintain minimum number of comebacks Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled Associated topics: breakdown, customer service, diagnose, field service technician, maintenance, maintenance mechanic, malfunction, mechanical, service technician, troubleshoot
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