Crown Concepts is searching for an experienced motorsports mechanic to help us service and build track specific vehicles.
Knowledge of the makeup, operation, and installation of complex major systems and assemblies to troubleshoot and repair a variety of systems or to rebuild one or more systems such as the following: transmissions and gear reduction systems; transaxles; driveline and rear axle assemblies including electrical, air, vacuum, or mechanically controlled differentials; electrical and electronic systems and accessories (ignition systems, charging and starting systems, and wiring and lighting systems); fuel injection systems; exhaust; steering mechanisms and hydraulic power-assist systems; and other systems of similar complexity. General vehicle dynamics.
Ability to determine how far major components should be torn down, what parts and mechanisms can be reworked and refitted or should be replaced with new parts, and the type and extent of adjustment and alignment required.
Skill in the use of hand and power tools common to the occupation (e.g., wrenches, screwdrivers, insulated pliers, electric drills, pneumatic wrenches, and soldering irons) and a wide variety of specialized tools and test equipment (e.g., bench lathes, grinding and seating equipment, clutch pilot and gear puller tools; precision measuring tools such as dial gauges, micrometers, dial indicators, and calipers; vacuum gauges, tachometers, compression testers, capacity testers, coil testers, and pressure bleeding devices). Experience with set up tools a plus.
|Job Requirements||Associates Degree in High Performance vehicle Tech or Automotive Technology is preferred or equivalent experience|