Auto Detailer Jobs in San Marcos, TX

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Water Works Express Car Wash - Kyle, TX (13 miles from San Marcos, TX)
We are looking for experienced automotive detailers to grow with our company while achieving mastery of their craft. We value excellence and invest in our employees, providing paid training for...
8 days ago
Kahlig Auto Group - New Braunfels, TX (12 miles from San Marcos, TX)
Make-Ready Technician/Detailer Automotive Are you a clean freak? Do you obsess over every little detail? Do you love that new car smell? If so, our busy dealership may have the perfect opportunity...
8 days ago
San Marcos, TX
We are a full time, year round company entering in our 3rd year of business. We love a quality, hard working, positive work environment. * Automotive detailing experience preferred *...
20 days ago

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