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310S Mechanic/Technician – Ford Dealership

Would you like to earn hourly wages while working with an award winning team?

Are you interested in earning your Ford Master’s certification and be paid to train?

We are offering full-time employment at both our locations in Hearst & Kapuskasing.

The Company:

With two locations on highway 11 in Hearst and Kapuskasing, Lecours Motor Sales has been serving Ford customers in North Eastern Ontario since 1956. We have been voted in the top 15% of all Canadian Dealers for our dedication to excellent customer service.

Our new facility in Hearst allows us to work on medium sized trucks and specializes in up-fitting commercial vehicles to suite your company’s needs.  We are renown across Canada for our HiRail modifications to light and medium trucks.

Why Should You Apply?

  • Competitive Hourly Wages
  • Earn your Ford Technician competency in the specialty of your choice!
  • Individual training plan is created with clear targets and future corresponding pay increases.
  • You are paid to train, either after hours online or off site training.
  • Hands-on classroom training at Ford headquarters.
  • Even earn a Master’s certification, the highest qualification for Ford Technicians.


  • 310S License
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Must have own tools
  • Must possess a strong sense of organization and must be detail orientated
  • Ability to work as a team


Apply Now!  Send your application to:

Sylvain Couture, Service Manager


Full-Time, hourly wages, paid for training

Location: Both Hearst & Kapuskasing Locations

Parts Counterperson

Assists internal and external customers with parts requests to ensure that the correct part is obtained the first time. This includes identifying correct parts and locating them in inventory or ordering the requested part. Assists in the operations of the Parts Departments by maintaining and tracking the parts inventory and accessories.
Reports To: Parts Manager


Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

•Greets all customers promptly, provides timely professional services.
•Provides excellent customer service by listening to customer inquiries and requests, asking questions to ensure understanding of needs, and supplying parts in a timely manner.
•Recommends related parts that are needed.
•Ensures necessary parts are available.
•Costs parts on invoice or repair order.

Additional Duties and Responsibilities:
•Assists service technicians in determining parts requirements.
•Maintains positive working relationships with vendors.
•Informs customers when special order parts have arrived.

Working Effectively With Others
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
•Provides technician with necessary parts wth minimal wait time ; uses parts pre-picking when applicable (e.g., when customer is coming in for recall part or scheduled service interval).
•Builds productive working relationships, consults with others as necessary.
•Has an approachable style; fosters open communication through active listening.
•Takes initiative to help others as needed.
Additional Duties and Responsibilities:
•Follows up with customer to ensure that their needs have been met.
•Promotes cooperation and teamwork through actions.

Handling Pressure

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
•Effectively handles changes in the Parts Department.

•Maintains composure in dealing with customers.
Additional Duties and Responsibilities:
•Encourages others to value change. Responsible for other duties as assigned and/or required by business need.

Managing Complexity
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
•Coordinates with Service Department, Sales Department, Body Shop, and others to ensure that parts requests are met.
•Identifies and supports opportunities for methods/process improvement in the Parts Department.
Additional Duties and Responsibilities:
•Recommends improvements for the Parts Department.
Understanding and Using Business Knowledge
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
•Applies retailing techniques to sell and display parts and accessories.
•Assists in receiving and stocking parts orders.
•Assists Parts Manager in placing parts orders for dealership.
Additional Duties and Responsibilities:
•Obtains Ford Parts Counterperson Certification.
•Participates in departmental and dealership wide meetings.
Applying the Basics
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
•Records and monitor back orders.
•Uses computer to look up and monitor parts requests as well as recording parts disbursed per repair order.
•Assists in updating parts catalogs.
•Uses parts catalogs/MicroCat to acquire information on parts and accessories inventory.
•Maintains tight control over parts inventory to increase efficiency and eliminate customer delays.
•Makes full use of PIPP allowances to keep idle and obsolete inventory to a minimum.
Additional Duties and Responsibilities:
•Performs cashier responsibilities when necessary.
•Maintains a proper filing system for all paperwork corresponding to repair orders, special orders, and back orders, etc.
•Unpacks shipment and maintains displays.
Skills required to perform principal/additional duties and responsibilities:
Achieving High Standards focuses on ensuring customer satisfaction, getting results, getting details right, and displaying professionalism and integrity. This includes anticipating customer needs, overcoming obstacles, and seeking solutions, self-starting rather than passively waiting for direction, accomplishing tasks and showing concern for all aspects of the job as well as following ethical standards set by the company.
Working Effectively with Others focuses on valuing teamwork, listening, speaking and writing effectively, and influencing customers. This includes being aware of the impact of one’s own behavior on others, considering feelings and viewpoints of others, adjusting explanations for different audiences to ensure understanding, expressing ideas clearly in written text, and using appropriate communication styles to persuade others to change their opinion.
Responsible for other duties as assigned and/or required by business need.

Handling Pressure focuses on adapting to change, maintaining composure, and resolving conflicts. This includes changing priorities and procedures, maintaining performance under stress and opposition, being sensitive to time deadlines, maintaining positive and professional attitude, understanding others “points of view” and analyzing all viewpoints objectively.
Managing Complexity focuses on planning and prioritizing, analyzing problems, and making decisions. This includes establishing priorities and organizing workload to accomplish goals and meet deadlines to support FRFV, customer handling, and business growth.
Applying the Basics focuses on referencing written information, applying basic math skills, using computers and technical systems, completing forms, and following safety procedures. This includes processing information from tables, written text, and charts; executing practical math problems; using systems to input or access information; and completing paperwork so that all information is correctly recorded.
Education, training and/or state/national certifications should clearly demonstrate the possession of the knowledge and skills stated above.
•High School degree or equivalent preference

•1 year in an automotive parts environment preferred
•Moving throughout the Parts Department
•Using computer to look up information and write up orders
•Using equipment consistent with industry standards

Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.