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Jasper Engines & Transmissions Announces Recruiting Program

Jasper Engines & Transmissions, the remanufacturer of drivetrain components based in Jasper, IN, has announced a partnership with Find A Wrench (FAW) to offer tools and services for independent shop owners and dealerships struggling to find technicians, service advisors, and service managers.

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FAW works with independent shops and businesses across the country to help them find top talent and develop strategies to retain technicians.

“Our goal at JASPER is to find added value that we can bring to the aftermarket,” JASPER VP of Sales Joe McDonald said. “Recruiting the right technician continues to be a big issue in our industry. Find A Wrench has brought a professional approach to recruiting talent, and something the JASPER Brand can stand behind. We’re excited to offer our loyal customer base another tool to help them thrive in today’s competitive environment.”

The joint program, called FAW 4-Speed Recruiting, will help with technician recruiting through job boards, social recruiting, personalized outreach, and applicant management.

“Finding technicians to hire in this market is no easy task,” Find A Wrench President Jay Goninen said. “JASPER understands this challenge and wants to find a way to help keep their customers’ shops fully staffed. At Find A Wrench, we can help their shops do just that. Jasper Engines & Transmissions is a top name in the aftermarket, and we’re proud to be associated with them. We couldn’t be more excited and honored to work with JASPER as a preferred partner for their customers’ shops.”

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For more information: jasperengines.com.

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