Auto Detailer Jobs in Tanner, AL

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Tanner, AL
Car Wash Associate Job Summary Automation Personnel Services, Inc., is looking for a hard-working car washer for a company in Decatur/Tanner area. In this job, you will be responsible for...
30+ days ago

Auto Detailer Online Courses and Training Opportunities

Tableau Level Of Details (LOD) - Explained in detail
Tableau Level of Detail is one of the most difficult concepts to understand. In this program, we are going to discuss about the detailed level knowledge on Tableau Level of details which include...

Auto Rigging with Mixamo
Posing Character - Maya / Mixamo / ZBrush Tutorial[43 min] Project Files IncludedThis a step-by-step tutorial about how to dynamically pose your without any rigging knowledge. Learn how to pose...

AWS EC2 Auto Scaling
This course will focus on a very powerful and important concept of auto scaling in AWS. Students will learn by lectures and hands-on demos on how to apply the AS concepts in the cloud and what are...

Salary for Auto Detailer Jobs in Tanner, AL

This is the average annual salary for Auto Detailer jobs in Tanner, AL as reported by the BLS.

$22,720

Licensing / Certification

Required or preferred licenses and certifications for Auto Detailer positions.

Highest Education Level

Auto Detailers in Tanner, AL offer the following education background
  • High School or GED (49.3%)
  • Vocational or Certification (18.4%)
  • Associate's Degree (12.3%)
  • Bachelor's Degree (11.7%)
  • Some College (3.1%)
  • Some High School (2.7%)
  • Master's Degree (2.2%)
  • Doctorate Degree (0.3%)

Average Work Experience

Here's a breakdown of the number of years' experience offered by Auto Detailers in Tanner, AL
  • Less than 1 year (38.9%)
  • None (33.9%)
  • 1-2 years (13.5%)
  • 10+ years (6.9%)
  • 2-4 years (3.8%)
  • 4-6 years (3.1%)

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