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Job Responsibilities of Automotive Technician:

  • Assisting technician mechanics in performing technical activities.
  • Diagnoses and repairs to specifications – brake and hydraulic, exhaust, primary and/or advanced fuel ignition and electrical, suspension and alignment, air conditioning and computer systems.
  •  Adequately explains technical diagnoses and needed repairs to non-mechanical individuals which may include employees and customers on an as-required basis.
  • Continuously learns new technical information and techniques in formal training sessions in order to stay abreast with rapidly changing automotive technology.
  • Keeps store management aware of mechanical repair problems as they occur.
  • Maintains an organized neat and safe bay.


Entry Level Mechanic / Technician

  • Maintains an organized neat and safe bay.
  • 1-2 years of automotive mechanical diagnosis, problem-solving and repair experience to succeed in this position.
  • A high level of motivation and energy and strong customer service skills are also required.


Senior Mechanic / Automotive Technician

  • At least 2-3 years of…

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Orlando, Fla. – (WHNT) Josh Magette’s road to fulfilling his NBA dream is now on display for the world to see. UAH’s all-time leader in assists is blogging about his experience at Orlando Magic Mini Camp this summer. Magette is getting a chance to make the NBA squad after leading his Los Angeles D Fenders to a regular season championship one year ago.  Since graduating, Magette has spent a season in the Netherlands  playing in the Dutch Basketball League before geing drafted by Los Angeles. To keep up with Magette’s blog visit

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Edward Snowden wanders the halls of TED2014 using the BeamPro. He has apparently been using the bot to visit the ACLU office. Photo: Bret Hartman Edward Snowden wanders the halls of TED2014 using the BeamPro. He has apparently been using the bot to visit the ACLU office in New York. Photo: Bret Hartman

Edward Snowden hasn’t forgotten about the remote presence robot that allowed him to speak on the TED2014 stage and roam the halls of the conference, chatting with attendees. While in exile in Russia, Snowden has apparently used this system, affectionately dubbed the “Snowdenbot,” on a semi-regular basis.

Andy Greenberg writes in Wired about how Snowden has taken advantage of the BeamPro remote presence system to interact with folks at the New York office of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). Using the bot, Snowden got a tour of the office from executive director Anthony Romero, and took a moment to pop into the office of a lawyer for a casual conversation. The bot allows Snowden to roll himself around at a…

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GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) — A program designed to bring students into the workforce is making its way around the Tennessee Valley.

Students and recent graduates from colleges and universities across Alabama listened intently inside the Guntersville Municipal Airport as Marshall County and Guntersville economic development leaders spoke about the career path.

They’re participants in a program that is taking them through cities across the state.

“This is actually part of our internship program that we started a few years ago through EDAA. That’s our Economic Development Association of Alabama,” Alabama Department of Commerce Associate Project Manager Vince Perez says.

It’s a program that partners with state, local, and regional entities designed to give young adults aspiring to enter the economic development field a taste of how that career works.

“There’s a realization that the economic development workforce is aging very quickly and no one was going to be…

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In the four years since it debuted, photo sharing/social networking/moments app Path has twisted, turned, pivoted and morphed so often that it’s hard to really describe the service in a single breath.

If you want to use the company’s own words, it bills itself as a “quality, private social network,” and in its initial incarnation as a photo-sharing app that gave each user a 50-friend limit, it appeared to be the private person’s rebuttal to Facebook, where CEO Dave Morin co-invented Facebook’s application platform, Facebook Connect. Nowadays, that photo sharing is accompanied by messaging, ambient location tracking, archiving major life milestones, and interacting with friends.

PathTalk_ScreenshotAside from that laundry list of functions, Path also allows users to shoot, edit and filter their photos just like Instagram (s fb), send one-to-one messages with stickers like Line and other similar messaging products and create private circles similar to Google+ (s goog). These…

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