Automotive Technology

9940 Pre-Apprentice Automotive Mechanic

  • Salary: $19.74 Hourly

The 9940 Pre-Apprentice Automotive Mechanic performs semi-skilled trainee work designed to introduce career options and role models in connection with the operation, maintenance and repair of automotive vehicles. As part of a Pre-Apprenticeship program, incumbents learn about the work environment, required skilled mechanical work, and real-life experience to help them find employment as an apprentice and eventually as a journey mechanic.

18 week training program, teaches basic technical and job-readiness skills to prepare participants for a IAM Local 1414 Registered Apprenticeship for the Automotive Mechanic, Auto Body Painter, or Body and Fender Repairer. Includes academic training through City College of San Francisco as well as paid on-the-job experience.

Next Recruitment: November 2018

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Resources:

To learn more about the Pre-Apprentice Automotive program for the City and County of San Francisco, contact DHR.ApprenticeshipSF@sfgov.org

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7383 Apprentice Automotive Mechanic 1

  • Salary: $24.11-$30.70 Hourly

7384 Apprentice Automotive Mechanic 2

  • Salary: $32.90-$39.46 Hourly

Under immediate supervision of a qualified journey-level Automotive Mechanic, assists the journey 7381 Automotive Mechanic in the performance of skilled mechanical work in the maintenance, repair and overhaul of automotive diesel, hybrid, and alternative fuel equipment. During the four year apprenticeship required by the trade, the apprentice is expected to complete satisfactorily the training and related instruction for each type of equipment, process, and procedure.

Learning is a huge part of the apprentice mechanic’s job. Apprentice mechanics learn how to repair vehicles through formal training sessions and hands-on work tasks supervised by journey mechanics.

Next recruitment: January 2019

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ApprenticeshipSF Partner Resources:

  • The Entry to Apprenticeship Workshop is a good place to begin for information about a good-paying career in the construction trades. http://tradeswomen.org/programs/
  • To learn how JVS transforms lives by helping people build in-demand skills and find good jobs contact send an email to: Utilities@jvs.org Our services, with the exception of career coaching, are offered at no cost to you. We specialize in helping people.

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Apprentice Car and Auto Painter 1

Apprentice Car and Auto Painter 2

Apprentice Automotive Body And Fender Worker 1

Apprentice Automotive Body And Fender Worker 2

An Automotive Technician is a person who can do any repair to all systems on today’s automobiles. Auto Paint and Auto Body Technicians are able to do necessary repairs to return a vehicle to its original condition. The Apprentice Car and Auto Painter learns the methods and techniques of car and auto painting: appropriate methods of paint removal and surface preparation; vinyl lettering, insignia and stencils transfer; laying out, cutting and transferring stencils; preparing and finishing different types of surfaces such as wood, aluminum, steel, iron, stainless steel, fiberglass etc.; blend, mix and match paints to achieve desired color shades; and to select and use appropriate tools, materials and equipment; to become a journey level professional.

The Apprentice Automotive Body And Fender Worker learn the fabricating, lining, welding, and straightening methods, practices, procedures and processes used in automobile body and fender repair work; body surfaces and structural members and methods used to replace and straighten body panels, sub-frames and frames; skills to become a journey level professional.

ApprenticeshipSF Partner Resources:

  • The Entry to Apprenticeship Workshop is a good place to begin for information about a good-paying career in the construction trades. http://tradeswomen.org/programs/
  • To learn how JVS transforms lives by helping people build in-demand skills and find good jobs contact send an email to: Utilities@jvs.org Our services, with the exception of career coaching, are offered at no cost to you. We specialize in helping people.
  • For wrap around services and support, contact Bayview YMCA Workforce Development & Transitional Age Youth Program, Demetrius Durham, Sr. Director of Transition, Re-Engagement & Employment Services
    ddurham@ymcasf.net

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