The Difference is Trust. That sentiment has served as the cornerstone of the Crash Champions’ DNA since its inception by founder and present-day CEO, Matt Ebert as a single Chicago-area repair center in 1999.
Today, Crash Champions, driven by a fiercely independent and customer-first focus, serves customers at more than 600 locations in 36 states across the U.S. Crash Champions remains the only founder-led national collision repair network, and is continually recognized for operational excellence, customer satisfaction, and a teammate-oriented culture.
Champions Do More. Join the Team Today.
Crash Champions is one of the nation's fastest-growing collision repair operators. This means we have lucrative and rewarding opportunities available for highly driven professionals across several professions. Take the first step and contact our team today.
Body Technicians repair accident-related damage to vehicles, restoring them to pre-collision condition in accordance with industry standards and factory specifications.
Customer Experience Representative
The Customer Experience Representative is responsible for ensuring best-in-class customer service is delivered to all customers throughout the repair process.
The Production Manager is responsible for ensuring all shop processes run reliably and efficiently.
Body Tech Helper
Body Tech Helper will aid and assist a Body Technician and repair accident-related damage to vehicles, restoring them to pre-collision condition.
A Repair Planner is responsible for owning the full estimatics and repair process post-vehicle teardown and ensuring quality repairs are provided in a timely manner.
The Shop Assistant plays an important role in ensuring the repair process is completed correctly and in a timely manner.
You will service and repair all automotive equipment, troubleshooting, analysis of vehicle failure, engine removal and install, as well as keeping vehicles and equipment at a high level of service.
Associate General Manager
The Associate General Manager supports the General Manager with leading the shop’s operations and ensuring it meets or exceeds corporate goals for customer service, gross profit and operational efficiency.
A General Manager is responsible for leading the shop’s operations and ensuring it meets or exceeds goals for customer service, gross profit and operational efficiency.
Director of Operations
The Director of Operations is responsible for all operations functions, strategies, and continuous improvement for their designated area.
You will deliver professional, accurate, and efficient assistance to customers, insurance carriers, and vendors. You will also assist customers with general collision repair inquiries and scheduling vehicle repairs.
The Parts Manager is responsible for ensuring that the repair procedure is conducted accurately and on time. Parts managers place orders for parts, receive them, process them, and keep track of them throughout the repair process.