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Mechanic Jobs in Los Angeles, CA

Automotive and Diesel Mechanic

First Student

Long Beach, CA

1 day ago
Diesel Mechanic

Knight Transportation

Fontana, CA

7 days ago
Maintenance Manager

Randstad USA

Mira Loma, CA

6 days ago
Truck-Mounted Hydraulic Equipment Shop Mechanic

Altec Industries, Inc.

Corona, CA

30+ days ago
Maintenance Supervisor - $5,000 Sign On Bonus

Bimbo Bakeries

Montebello, CA

30+ days ago
Maintenance Planner

Bimbo Bakeries

Montebello, CA

18 days ago
Heavy Equipment Technician

Caterpillar - Quinn Group

City of Industry, CA

30+ days ago
Advanced Heavy Equipment Technician

Caterpillar - Quinn Group

Sylmar, CA

30+ days ago
Maintenance Planner

iNc EMPIRE, LLC

$75000 - $92000 / Per Year

Bloomington, CA

4 days ago

Los Angeles Mechanic Jobs Overview

Every car owner needs a reliable mechanic who can diagnose their car's problem and get them back on the road. In a world where computer work is becoming more common, mechanics work in a highly hands-on position. And the complexities of vehicles, especially as they become increasingly computerized, means that mechanic jobs are on a slower path to automation than many others.

As a mechanic, you'll be performing diagnostics tests, repairs, and general maintenance tasks on vehicles or machines. You might enjoy being a mechanic if you don't like sitting at a desk all day, enjoy working with your hands, and have a passion for cars and car maintenance.

The most common types of mechanics are:

  • Car mechanics, who repair and maintain cars. They typically work at dealers, in repair shops, or in parts shops.
  • Diesel mechanics, who specialize in diesel engines. They usually work on large and heavy vehicles, such as farm equipment, trucks, ships, and buses.
  • Airframe and powerplant mechanics (A&Ps), who are trained to work on aircraft.
  • Small engine mechanics, who work on smaller vehicles like boats, motorcycles, or outdoor power equipment.

You can expand your search for maintenance jobs by checking out these similar positions:

About Working in Los Angeles, California

The Hollywood sign stands for everything glamourous and star-studded in Los Angeles. But did you know it was built in the 1920s to advertise a new neighborhood called Hollywoodland? The "land" was eventually dropped from the sign in 1949, and it became associated with nearby Paramount Pictures, Universal, and Warner Brothers. Today, downtown L.A. is the largest government hub outside of Washington D.C. and has the largest historical theater district in the U.S. But not all Los Angeles jobs are in show business. More than 700,000 health services and biomedical jobs and 190,000 aerospace jobs stoke L.A.'s economy.

If L.A. were a country, the city's economy would be bigger than those of Saudi Arabia, Switzerland, and Sweden. Los Angeles is a sprawling metropolis, engulfing five counties—Los Angeles, Riverside, Ventura, Orange, and San Bernardino. If you're looking for jobs in Los Angeles, you have a lot of choices for relocation. There are more than 80 neighborhoods in L.A. and 16 districts just in downtown. For those who want a slightly less hectic pace, you can also find jobs in L.A.'s beautiful suburbs, including Pasadena, West Covina, and Anaheim.

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How Much Do Mechanic Jobs Pay in Los Angeles, California?

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