A mechanic's assistant responsibility entails providing help to mechanics in running, rectifying, and rehabilitating vehicles. As a mechanic's assistant, you will mainly operate on the installing, rectifying, and exchanging of vehicle automated components. Therefore, you have to be educated in the modes and configuration of vehicles.
Also, you are expected to perform commencing and concluding duties in the shop. You must maintain a functioning chain of collaboration with other mechanics involved, so they will carry out their job effectively and proficiently. Furthermore, you will collate data concerning vehicles, constantly develop recent client records, and verify registration and warranty information. You will also make sure clients and automobile records are updated and contain the latest rectification and maintenance operations.
The set of skills needed as a mechanic assistant involve diagnostic, mechanical, organizational, problem-solving, and client service skills. You must also be able to manage what is available, give attention to details, and possess solid work principles. However, you may only need a high school diploma or GED to qualify for this role. A mechanic's assistant earns up to an average of $27,919 per year or $13.42 per hour.