Automotive Service Technician (Saint Helena,CA)

1-2 years& experience as a Technician - Master Preferred

The Hansel Auto Group has state-of- the-art dealerships in beautiful Sonoma County. This is a rare opportunity to become part of a premier service team! We are looking for the best Service Technicians in Northern California. Does that describe you?

If it does, please read on!! If not, please ignore this posting.

Job Purpose:

The Service Technician ensures that every customer has a world-class experience in our service department. This is accomplished through hard work, diligence, and a constant demonstration of energy, knowledge, and expertise.

Typical Duties:

  • Review service documents
  • Perform maintenance and repair work according to manufacturer specifications
  • Effectively manage activity in the service bay
  • Maintain ongoing conversation with service advisors and extended warranty providers


  • 1-2 years & experience as a Technician - Master Preferred
  • BMW Certification is preferred
  • Provide a clean and valid California license
  • Be familiar with the latest diagnostics
  • Able to perform all aspects of automotive repair
  • Have the highest level of workmanship
  • Must be reliable and punctual
  • Pass a drug test

We will pay top wages for the right candidate!!

Our Company:

We are a family owned and operated multiple-franchise auto dealer group in California's beautiful Wine Country. We operate nine dealerships representing eleven of the top new automotive brands in the world.

As a leader in the automotive industry for over 50 years in the North Bay, we've dedicatedourselves to providing an exceptional experience for our customers and our employees. Deeply rooted and involved in Sonoma County, we pride ourselves in maintaining a position of integrity, fairness and honest dealing.

Our Culture:

Caring Drives Us!! We care about three things: making customers feel great, helping our employees succeed and improving our community! We are intensely competitive and provide an environment in which everyone can be their best. This ensures that our customers get the best experience in the business and our community is a better place.
Associated topics: automotive, breakdown, customer service, field service, field service technician, maintenance, maintenance mechanic, malfunction, troubleshoot, upgrade

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