Want to Know How to Become a Mechanic? Find Out How Canada Motor Jobs Could Help!

 automotive careersAfter graduating from Automotive Training Schools (ATC), you will not just have the tools to work as a skilled mechanic, but also the tools to find the perfect job or apprenticeship for you. ATC has a number of partnerships with industry leaders, including automotive recruitment website Canada Motor Jobs.

Since launching, Canada Motor Jobs has become a major player in the automotive industry in Canada, helping both employees and candidates to find the right fit. The site uses advanced algorithms to match jobs with workers based on skillset, experience, and location. Read on to find out more about Canada Motor Jobs and the role it could play in your career journey.

Meet the Co-founders of Canada Motor Jobs

Canada Motor Jobs was started in 2019 by automotive enthusiasts and professionals Sylvain Marcotte and Louis-Martin Jannard. Marcotte has more than 20 years of experience working in car dealerships and corporate restructuring. This experience has given him a deep understanding of the challenges of finding skilled automotive workers.

Jannard is similarly a respected and experienced automotive professional. A first-class certified technician, he previously worked as a professor at the School of Motorized Equipment Trade, and a training manager at the Parity Committee of the Automotive Services Industry. This motivated him to launch Auto-Jobs.ca in 2005 and Casaweb Consulting in 2008.

The two decided to combine their passion, knowledge, and experience to create an online recruitment site that would ensure that no business ever has to struggle to find a skilled automotive mechanic or other auto professional again.

How Canada Motor Jobs Helps Graduates Find Automotive Careers

Based one hour north of Montreal in Saint-Sauveur-des-Monts, Canada Motor Jobs is set to make it easier for recent graduates to get started in their automotive careers. Job seekers will no longer need to spend hours updating their experience and editing a resume. Instead, they can quickly update their profile and select the relevant skills and location. Profiles can be automatically translated into French or English to match the job that you want to apply for.

Canada Motor Jobs makes it easier for recent graduates to find an apprenticeship

Canada Motor Jobs makes it easier for recent graduates to find an apprenticeship

Automotive Businesses Can Find the Right Candidate

The six-strong team at Canada Motor Jobs works hard to raise the visibility of automotive businesses. Employers can use the site to target candidates that meet the required location, skills, and experience, and also translate ads into French and English.

The site can be used by workers and employers working with a range of vehicles, including recreational vehicles, motorcycles and ATVs, marine, heavy trucks, and heavy machinery. Positions can be found in a number of roles, including:

  • Automotive services (apprenticeships, mechanics, auto service technicians, etc.)
  • Sales
  • Auto parts and warehousing
  • Auto body estimating and bodywork
  • Administration
  • And many more!

This means that employers and jobseekers right across the industry can benefit from the service.

Do you want to find out more about how to become a mechanic?

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Categories: ATC News, Montreal
Tags: automotive careers, Automotive mechanic, how to become a mechanic

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