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Association of Diesel Specialists Announces a Job Board Website

GAINESVILLE, Va. — The Association of Diesel Specialists (ADS) announced the launch this week of its brand-new state-of-the-art website, www.diesel.org/jobs, to help members attract and hire talented job candidates.

“Our members report that the shortage of diesel technicians and other related job functions is very real and a challenge for their business,” stated Scott D. Parker, ADS association manager. “Now, ADS members have access to a niche job site that will be full of job applicants. ADS is working with its nearly 100 technical training school members that will be adding their student and alumni resumes to the system for a large and trained applicant pool.”

Diesel.org/jobs provides the most current job board tools while focusing exclusively on the diesel sector. Some of the job functions that are available at the website include:

  • Clerical
  • Counter (Inside) Sales
  • Diesel Fuel Injection Pump Technician
  • Outside Sales
  • Service Bay Manager
  • Service Bay Technician
  • Service Manager
  • Service Writer
  • Turbocharger Technician

Benefits to Service Members

Diesel.org/jobs is a highly-targeted job board that is focused on the needs of the diesel service industry. This will save ADS members hours by stopping endless scans of applicants who do not have the requisite skills or industry experience on general job sites.

ADS members receive major savings to post job listings or to purchase access to resumes in the job bank. To obtain member pricing, members should use their same username and password they use for the www.diesel.org member access. Members who use this new service for just a few job searches will likely save more than the cost of their annual membership.

Benefits to Tech School Members/Job Seekers

ADS provides free membership to nearly 100 partner trade schools. Other qualified trade schools should contact ADS for a free membership.

The ADS partner technical training schools and others will be able to have their students and alumni post resumes at no cost. In fact, the ADS site provides a variety of tips and tricks for job seekers. Job seekers are now able to set up a free session to ask career experts questions about their job searches.

Contact Scott D. Parker at sparker@diesel.org or 816-285-0810 with questions about the new ADS Diesel Job Board.

About ADS

The Association of Diesel Specialists is the global diesel industry’s leading trade association, with hundreds of corporate and individual members worldwide. Its mission is to provide programs and services to its members, which will help them achieve success in operating their businesses in the diesel industry. ADS members are primarily independent repair shops and original equipment manufacturers (OEM) of fuel injection equipment, governors, superchargers or turbochargers. www.diesel.org

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