Styles Auto Care is looking for talented individuals to join their family. We pride ourselves in fostering a strong balance of work, family, home and community. When you join the team, you are finding more than just a career. You are finding a home away from home with others who care about the work they do. You are joining a family who cares about each other, their quality of life, and of the community they serve. That community knows that Styles isn’t just a business, it’s a place that cares for the safety and life of everyone they meet. We look forward to having you become a part of our family and grow with us.
CURRENT CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
Class A Diesel Tech
To ensure a vehicle operates at maximum efficiency. Must have knowledge of Diesel mechanics, computerized automotive systems, and the mechanical profiles and specifications of a variety of automobile makes, models and years. Needs an understanding of computerized repair and testing systems of Diesel engines and have exceptional eye-hand coordination, physical stamina and skill with tools. Will apply knowledge and talent in several broad areas of responsibility pertaining to Diesel engines, troubleshooting, repair, maintenance and customer service.
Class A Body Tech
Must have 5 years or more experience have own tools, I-Car Certification a plus but not required. Repair and refinish automotive vehicle bodies and straighten vehicle frames.
FUTURE CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
These positions will become available as soon as preceding production positions are filled.
Class A Mechanical Tech
To ensure a vehicle operates at maximum efficiency. Must have knowledge of mechanics, computerized automotive systems, and the mechanical profiles and specifications of a variety of automobile makes, models and years. Needs an understanding of computerized repair and testing systems and have exceptional eye-hand coordination, physical stamina and skill with tools. Will apply knowledge and talent in several broad areas of responsibility, troubleshooting, repair, maintenance and customer service.
Office Administrative Assistant
Provide both clerical and administrative support to professionals, either as a part of a team or individually. The role plays a vital part in the administration and smooth-running of businesses throughout. Will coordinate and implement office procedures and will frequently have responsibility for specific projects and task.
I have been employed by Styles since December 2013, and has been by far the best place I have ever worked for. Everyone here really puts effort in being a team and taking care of our customers. We all pitch in where it is needed and everyone is caring for each other. I am the only female here and everyone here has made me feel very welcomed and become like family to me. Its basically like being the only sister and the rest are my brothers. The atmosphere is very nice and comfortable and the owner isn’t your average owner. He is very caring, funny and easy to get along with and will work with you any way he can and be reasonable if personal things do arise. I highly recommend working here.
I am the painter here at Styles. I am proud to say that I have been with Styles for two and half years. I truly enjoy coming to work in such a family, friendly atmosphere. I can say that Styles is the best employer that I have ever worked for. Frankie Johnson, the owner, is not only a great boss but a great friend as well. Everyone from management, office staff, body, paint, auto accessories, detail, parts to Napa all work together and get along like on big family. I wish I had the opportunity to join the Styles family years before I did. I have had the opportunity to see Styles grow and we will continue to grow and expand our services to our valued customers while providing quality service.
I have know Frankie Johnson owner of Styles Collision Center since 2003. Came to apply for a part time job which we couldn’t make it work because I was attending Woodland High School at the time and the hours the shop was operating. In 2006 I received a call with the opportunity to come to work at Styles as a handyman and a custodian with a opportunity of becoming a body tech. In September of 2006 I finally came to Styles as an employee. Not long after that was giving the opportunity to start fixing cars and was happy because had to chance to work hand on hand with my brother Gustavo which was a body tech. Few years later I decided it was time to be on my own and ask for a chance to prove myself as a tech and not a helper anymore. The opportunity was granted in 2009. By this time, I was capable of fixing a car from one end to another. Had the ability of making a car looked like new no matter how hard the hit was. From repairing parts to replacing them if needed or even pulling bent frames. On the second quarter of 2010 Styles was approached by a new company called Bullet Liner. Which opened the opportunity of a new department at Styles. Frankie came to me and ask if I was ready to learn something new but still had to mess with cars in a whole new level. After hearing all the stuff we were going to be doing to cars and was the first one to be ask to help build this side of the shop up it felt incredible. Soon after that Styles became Styles Collision Center Bullet Liner of Cartersville. We’d done spray in bedliner, with wheels hitches, gooseneck hitches, power running boards, grill guards and so on. Once we had a chance to build that side of the shop up it was time to add a new department. It was when the alignment machine, alignment rack, tire mounting machine and balancer came into the mix in 2011. I felt impressive because I was asked to start this side once again. It makes me fill this way because I felt I was doing great. Had another chance to improve my knowledge and I took it. Got busy enough it was time to add another person to help me keep up with the work we were getting in. A year went by and in 2012 finally I was out of the body shop department. At this time I was doing glass work, bedliner, accessories, alignments, tires, oil changes, truck lifts and suspensions. In April 2018 the new mechanic shop was done and ready for us to move in. STYLES AUTO CARE it is a place of opportunity. The limit of what someone wants to learn and or do is set by each individual. I have seen many people come and go. I don’t think is because the opportunity is not there. I think is because no one has look at this business as a profession. Thank you FRANKIE JOHNSON “STYLES AUTO CARE ” for the opportunities you have given me and for chance of learning from my mistakes.