Emergency Vehicle Installer


Are you looking for a career where you will make a difference? Are you good with your hands? Are you looking for something different and exciting? Do you want to be part of a very specialized industry and not just another boring job? Are you looking to work for an industry leader? If yes, then come join LEHR and build Police, Fire, and other Emergency Vehicles.


Why you will love working for LEHR.

  • Being part of elite specialized group of people that build the Emergency Vehicles that allow others to save lives.
  • Competitive hourly rates.
  • On the job training learning skill that will continue throughout your career.
  • Opportunity to promote and transfer to any of our 6 locations across the West Coast.
  • Great company benefits including but not limited to 401K with employer matching, medical, dental and eye insurance.  We also offer PTO and holiday pay.
  • Steady fast paced work environment, making the shift go by quickly.


What you will be doing

You will be working on brand new Police, Fire and other Emergency Vehicles. Most people think Police Vehicles come from Ford, Chevy, or Dodge as Emergency Vehicles. They are actually just basic vehicles with some heavy-duty parts to make them more reliable without anything that makes them special. You will be making them special, building these vehicles into the Police, Fire and other Emergency Vehicles that you see driving down the street. It starts by removing the factory interior and some external body parts and installing everything that makes a police car a police car. You will be installing Lightbars, Red and Blue lights, Push Bumpers, Sirens, Controllers, Speakers, Partitions, Window Bars, Prisoner seats, Gun racks, In Car Video, Computers, License Plate Recognition and much more.


What you bring to the Job

  • A passion to succeed and pride in what you do.
  • The desire to be a part of a positive working culture and a team.
  • Mechanical experience (does not need to be automotive), working with your hands.
  • Electrical and 12-volt experience a plus but not a requirement.
  • Ability to learn a new profession.
  • Reliable transportation.
  • Ability to pass a standard background check.





Lisa Washington