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Paint Repair Technician - Knoxville

Magic One is a rapidly growing company that was founded in 2005 with the mission of providing the most comprehensive automotive reconditioning solutions to our customers based on unmatched quality, consistency, and professionalism. 

Why Magic One?

  • No experience necessary
  • Training salary
  • Full benefits
  • IMPACT Trainer post training
  • Proven growth opportunities by promoting from within 
  • Full sales support – no prospecting required
  • Collaborative environment focused on open communication, transparency, and exceptional customer service

As a Paint Repair Technician you will perform paint repairs by using trained techniques and various tools on our clients’ vehicles. This role will report to assigned routes and established accounts on a daily basis to service all repairs in a timely and effective manner. In this role your compensation is directly related to how hard you work. The more effort you put in, the more you’ll earn.

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Travel to client sites to perform various paint services consisting of:
    • Bumper repair
    • Minor collision repair
    • Scratch repair
    • Buffing
    • Pin-striping
  • Establish and maintain customer relationships
  • Complete reporting and invoicing daily through company provided technologies
  • Effectively communicate with clients regarding current projects and upcoming needs identified via daily inventory reviews  
  • Partner with additional departments as applicable to ensure customer satisfaction
  • Maintain provided company vehicle, tools, and additional equipment per company standards

Required Qualification

  • High school diploma or equivalent (i.e. GED)

Desired Qualifications

  • Post high school training and/or education
  • At least one year of automotive painting experience
  • At least one year of painting experience
  • At least one year of customer service experience

Specific Qualifications

  • Must be at least 21 years old
  • Able to lift up to 25 pounds
  • Attend mandatory eight week Technician Training at our campus in Charlotte, NC
    • Paid salary during training
    • Lodging provided if not local to Charlotte, NC
    • Attend an additional three weeks of training and mentoring with an IMPACT trainer in your market
  • Ability to sit, bend, squat, and hold various positions for long periods of time
  • Successfully complete pre-employment drug and background screening
  • Valid driver’s license

Additional Information

  • Production based pay (average earnings of $20/hour, uncapped potential)
  • Materials, tools, and company vehicle will be provided
  • Full benefits – medical, dental, vision, 401K, paid time off (PTO) 
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