So, you think you might want to be a Recreational Vehicle Service Technician?
Like cruising on the open road? How about a career as a Recreational Vehicle Service Technician?
RV Service Technicians work on systems and components of recreational vehicles, including electrical components, plumbing, propane gas components, appliances, exterior and interior components, structural frames and towing systems. They diagnose, repair, replace, install, adjust, test, maintain and modify these components and systems. They may also perform maintenance and repairs on trailer frames, undercarriage and suspension. They must be knowledgeable about each system’s function and the interaction among various systems. However, it is important to note that they do not work on the motor or drive train components.
If you want to be a RV Service Technician, you will work in BC’s Transportation Sector. They are typically employed at RV dealerships, independent RV repair shops, RV manufacturers and may also be self employed. RV Service Technicians may work at indoor shops and outdoors at RV sites.
Look below to find out which sectors of BC’s economy you can work in if you pursue this trade.
Red Seal Trade
Salary & Job Information
For more information on how much RV Service Technicians make, the expected number of future job openings and where the jobs are, as well as current workforce opportunities specifically for this trade, visit the Work BC Career Profile here.