The Chapman Auto Group

Entry-Level Automotive Service Techniciain

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“Making a Difference One Customer at a Time”
   The Chapman Auto Stores has served your local community with high quality vehicle sales and service for over a half century.  Over these 50+ years, Chapman has sold thousands of vehicles, that’s 1 vehicle every 10 minutes.
With 8 locations from Atlantic City to Lancaster County, The Chapman Auto Stores is one of the largest auto groups in the tristate area with the best selection of vehicles – including Ford, Chevrolet, Chrysler, Jeep, Nissan, Lincoln, Volkswagen and Mazda to certified pre-owned vehicles.  Along with experienced accessories depts. to serve ALL of your accessory needs.


Behind every car or truck is an automobile technician who keeps that vehicle running. Automobile technicians, or automotive service technicians, work inside mechanic shops, auto dealerships and other garages to diagnose and repair car and truck trouble. Their specific duties vary based on their training and area of focus, but auto technicians use many of the same tools and share similar working conditions.


Automotive technicians’ duties revolve around troubleshooting and repair of cars and trucks. Technicians comb vehicles for mechanical problems and test systems for malfunctions. They put together reports of problem spots for cars’ owners and estimate parts and costs needed for repair. Once they have the client’s approval, technicians make repairs on components ranging from fuel injectors to mufflers. Technicians also handle routine maintenance to protect cars from bigger repairs down the road. They change oil and oil filters, rotate tires and tune up engines.


An automotive technician must be aware of the hazards of his job and take precautions to prevent accidents, both to the auto he is repairing and for his own safety. While the repair shop is often well lighted, the job is often dirty and greasy. The technician must be physically fit enough to reach into the automobile’s engine to make necessary repairs. The job does require some lifting of heavy materials. The automotive technician must be able to listen to the customer’s description of her automobile’s problem and determine how to proceed with its repair. The technician must also be able to answer customer’s questions in a polite and clear manner.


o PA Emmission/Inspection License

o Manufacture Certifications Perferred, not required

o Valid Drivers License 

o Pass Background and Drug Screen


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