Hunter Engineering

  • Automotive Diagnostic Service and Testing Technician

    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Hunter Engineering Company is a world leader in automotive service equipment, offering state-of-the-art wheel alignment systems, wheel balancers, lift racks and more. Hunter equipment is approved and used by vehicle manufacturers, dealers, and automotive service facilities around the world. Hunter is at the forefront of change, thanks to our remarkable people who bring cutting-edge products and services to life.


    We are currently seeking an Automotive Diagnostic Service and Testing Technician who has experience in using OEM diagnostic scan tools to calibrate chassis-related vehicle systems. The ideal person for this role would have a high regard for upholding precision when conducting tasks. This position will interact directly with Engineering and Quality Assurance personnel.



    • Precisely set up and use automotive service tools and equipment to calibrate chassis-related vehicle systems.
    • Properly use automotive diagnostic scan tools to perform calibrations of chassis-related vehicle systems, and document the results.
    • Evaluate and document the performance of various automotive tools as they are used to service a vehicle.
    • Participate in testing automotive service products for the purposes of quality assurance and providing feedback to Engineering personnel.



    • Associate's degree in Automotive Technology, or equivalent education and experience.
    • ASE Certification Required.


    • 2+ years of experience using OEM diagnostic scan tools to service vehicles required.
    • Experience calibrating Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) is strongly preferred.
    • Familiarity with document and spreadsheet software is strongly preferred.
    • • Experience with formal product testing is a plus.
    • • Valid Driver's license and clean driving record are required.


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