Employment Opportunities

At Merlin we know that finding, growing, challenging, and rewarding employees is key to our success. Whether you're an industry veteran or just starting out on your career path, Merlin offers a variety of employment positions, unique programs, and other opportunities to help you reach your goals.

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Employees usually want more than just good wages and fringe benefits from their employment.
They also want to work for an organization that respects them as individuals and who offers
opportunities for real advancement and security. In addition to the aggressive compensation
(including employee benefits), Merlin has developed several programs to assist employees
in achieving their goals.

Jobs By Title
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Entry level "service bay" position for those who have little or no experience, but are serious about learning the trade and working for Merlin. All aspects of shop operations including shop maintenance, customer service, and technical repair of customer vehicles will be taught to the Trainee. High School diploma or equivalent required. Must possess a high energy level along with the ability to work hard and learn fast.
Mid-level service production position which involves customer service, inspecting and repairing vehicles, and shop maintenance. Must be proficient in the operation and maintenance of all shop equipment and have at least one undercar specialty. High School diploma or equivalent required. Must possess high energy level and good customer relations skills.
Senior level service production position. Plays a key role in the customer service and sales process. Extremely knowledgeable in the use of all equipment including specialized exhaust and brake equipment. Involved in employee training, inventory management/handling and housekeeping. Minimum 2 years automotive service experience with A.S.E. certification in brakes, steering and suspension.
First level of shop management. Primary responsibilities are relative to sales, shop production, quality control, shop image and maintenance, and customer satisfaction. The Service Manager is responsible for managing bays, driving shop production, insuring technicians inspect vehicles and complete VIR’s, generating estimates, selling repair and “THE DRIVE”, locating and staging parts, double checking repair and “DRIVE” services, sales counter coverage, cash and daily record keeping, managing the weekly and monthly maintenance schedule, as well as other activities as required.
Acts as General Manager in the absence of General Manager and as an assistant to the General Manager when both are on duty. Responsible for the day-to-day on site operation of all aspects of the shop including execution of Merlin policy and procedure while maintaining a professional image and profitable operation. Duties include customer service, facility image and upkeep, employee motivation, inventory/cash control and record keeping. Must possess a high energy level, clerical skills, and a commitment to customer satisfaction. High school diploma or equivalent required. Must successfully complete the Merlin Management Training Course.
Responsible for the day-to-day, onsite operation of all aspects of the shop including execution of Merlin policy and procedure while maintaining a professional image and profitable operation. Duties include customer service, facility image and upkeep, employee recruitment/motivation, inventory/cash control and record keeping. Must possess a high energy level, clerical skills, and a commitment to customer satisfaction. High school diploma or equivalent required. Must successfully complete the Merlin Management Training Course.