Auto Detailer Jobs in Oakville, CT

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D'Addario Auto Group - Shelton, CT (19 miles from Oakville, CT)
automotive detailer High traffic dealership is seeking hard working/motivated experienced full time detailer to help deliver that "WOW" factor after each service is performed. Must be team player....
6 days ago
Crowley Chrysler - Bristol, CT (9 miles from Oakville, CT)
Complete cosmetic inspections of vehicles, noting what's needed to transform them into cars we can be proud of and our customers will love Perform paint retouching, post-paint finishing, waxing and buffing...
13 days ago
Tephseal - Watertown, CT
We provide a collaborative work place with growth opportunities for career minded individuals. key words: car detailer / auto detailer / automotive detailer / car washer / detailing / dealership / full...
60+ days ago

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