We are seeking responsible employees to work in our classic car restoration
shop in Englewood. We offer competitive pay, paid holidays, and health/ dental
insurance. Please submit a resume and photos of your work to Valerie@TheMetalSurgeon.com.
RECEPTIONIST/ OFFICE ADMIN:
We are looking for some help in the front office of an automotive shop. You will mainly be working in Quickbooks, ordering parts and materials, answering the phone, and returning calls. You’ll also be in charge of organizing and cleaning the office and paperwork. Adding appointments to the calendar and uploading photos for customers. Running out occasionally for parts and supplies and shipping packages (in shop truck).
You must be organized, we need someone who can take charge and take care of all these tasks to keep the shop running smoothly.
No experience is required, you’ll be trained in everything. If you have used Quickbooks before and/or know a lot about cars, that’s a bonus!
This job is about 20 hours a week, with a flexible schedule.
Main job duties
• Highly proficient in TIG and MIG welding for sheet metal (steel and aluminum).
• Ability to butt-weld sheet metal panels together or butt-weld in a patch panel.
• Operate metal shaping, straightening, and bending machines, such
as power hammer, English wheel, brakes, and shears.
• Develop templates and models for welding projects, using factory
specifications or patterns from the other side of a car body.
• Create and use jigs, to fabricate one-off automotive panels to specifications.
• Layout, position, modify, and align sheet metal, prior to assembly,
using straightedges, combination squares, calipers, angle finders, and rulers.
• Clamp, use clecos, tack-weld, heat-bend, grind or bolt component parts
to obtain required configurations and positions for welding.
• Determine required equipment and welding methods, applying knowledge
of metallurgy, geometry, and welding techniques.
• Monitor the fitting, burning, and welding processes to avoid
overheating of parts or warping, shrinking, distortion, or expansion of
• Grind off excess weld, slag, or spatter, using hand scrapers or portable grinders.
• Remove high and low spots from panels, using hand weights,
hammer/dollies, and hand files.
• Check grooves, angles, or gap allowances, using micrometers,
calipers, and precision measuring instruments.
• Dismantle rusted panels by drilling out spot welds, cut off wheels, and burr tools.