State-of-the-art, 248,000 sq.ft. Avondale campus will provide you with hands-on experience with everything from undercar maintenance to advanced diagnosis. Learn more here.
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Fred Beans is an integrity driven organization with a constant focus on defined growth, through a relentless investment in our employee’s development. Our passion for employee development comes from our founder himself and resonates throughout
the whole organization. Every member of our Executive team has worked their way up the ranks from an entry level position. Fred Beans himself started out as a technician at a gas station in 1959 and his dedication to improvement has allowed him
to grow to 20 Dealerships, 4 Commercial Truck Centers, 8 Detail Centers, and 6 Collision Centers. Fred’s philosophy has always been “friends doing business with friends”. All our customers are friends and all our employees are
Our technicians enjoy state of the art equipment, an air-conditioned shop, in dealership mentor program, parts delivered to your bay, a rock-solid structure of support, and a lucrative career path. We will fully train the right candidate; you do not
need any prior experience to begin working for us! Below are all the brands we represent; however, we do service all makes and models.
Enrolled UTI students must apply to Employment Services by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
1) UTI is an educational institution and cannot guarantee employment or salary.
2) For program outcome information and other disclosures, visit www.uti.edu/disclosures.
36) Students enrolled in the Automotive, Diesel or Collision Repair programs are eligible to apply for the Early Employment Program. Participating employers will contact selected students to conduct interviews. Hiring, employee retention and compensation decisions are made solely by the prospective employer. Employer participation and program details are subject to change.
Universal Technical Institute of Illinois, Inc. is approved by the Division of Private Business and Vocational Schools of the Illinois Board of Higher Education.