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3 months ago
Direct Line Group
Salary band: £30k - £40k
Location: Warwickshire, Coventry, Warwick
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Leslie Clay
Category: Paint Sprayer Jobs, Panel Beater Jobs, Bodyshop, Body Shop Technician Jobs, MET Technician

Direct Line Group has an excellent opportunity to join one of our accident repair centres that offer access to an unrivalled amount of training which is just one of the reasons why so many people choose to progress their career with us. So, as well as a dedication to developing your skills, you’ll benefit from a range of rewards that include a company pension, discounts on insurance and financial performance awards.


MET (Mechanical, Electrical and Trim) Technicians are responsible for carrying out quality mechanical, electrical and trim vehicle repairs in line with Audatex estimates and our own high standards at the UK Assistance Accident Repair Centres (UKAARC).

This will include
Completing own strip/fit work as allocated in relation to job card, request parts and sign job card on completion. Ensuring all parts are approved and ordered on dismantling receiving relevant sign off. Responsibility for ensuring work is carried out to a high standard of quality in agreed timescales and sign quality check sheet on completion. Achieving an ongoing high rate of productivity. Adhering to Blueprint and BS10125 procedures at all times.Ensuring all tasks are carried out in compliance with Health and Safety guidelines wearing all Personal protective equipment (PPE) provided, and work areas are kept clean and tidy. Providing timely information and updates to team members, colleagues. Prioritising any reworks .You would have previous

Experience in a similar role with the following skills/knowledge
Experienced in stripping and fitting a wide range of vehicles. Understanding of mechanical principles relevant to the role. Ability to work alone and as part of at team in a pressurised environment. Ability to prioritise work and complete it to a high standard, whilst adhering to stringent H&S procedures.


Paint Technicians will be responsible for repairing accident damaged vehicles using Thatcham recommended repair methods and relevant Health and safety measures back to pre accident condition in line with Audatex estimates and our own high standards at the UK Assistance Accident Repair Centres (UKAARC).

This will include
Completing own Paint work as allocated in relation to job card, request parts and sign job card on completion, ensuring all parts are approved and ordered on dismantling receiving relevant sign off. Achieving an ongoing high rate of productivity. Being responsible for ensuring work is carried out to a high standard of quality in agreed timescales and sign quality check sheet on completion. Adhering to Blueprint and BS 10125 procedures at all times. Ensuring all tasks are carried out in compliance with Health and Safety guidelines wearing all Personal protective equipment (PPE) provided, and work areas are kept clean and tidy. Providing timely information and updates to team members, colleagues. Prioritising any reworks.


You would have previous experience in a similar role with the following skills/knowledge
Experience in painting within a bodyshop environment and working on motor vehicles. Ability to work with heavy materials in a job that requires physical exertion. Ability to prioritise workloads to ensure you achieve targets. NVQ 3 or Senior ATA preferred


Panel technicians will be responsible for repairing accident damaged vehicles using Thatcham recommended repair methods and relevant Health and safety measures back to pre accident condition in line with Audatex estimates and our own high standards at the UK Assistance Accident Repair Centres (UKAARC).

This will include
Completing own Panel work as allocated in relation to job card, request parts and sign job card on completion. Achieving an ongoing high rate of productivity. Responsibility for ensuring work is carried out to a high standard of quality in agreed timescales and sign quality check sheet on completion. Adhering to Blueprint and BS10125 procedures at all times. Ensuring all tasks are carried out in compliance with Health and Safety guidelines wearing all Personal protective equipment (PPE) provided, and work areas are kept clean and tidy. Ensuring all parts are approved and ordered on dismantling receiving relevant sign off. Providing timely information and updates to team members, colleagues.

You would have previous experience in a similar role with the following skills/knowledge
Experience and knowledge of panel beating. Ability to work with heavy materials in a job that requires physical exertion. Ability to prioritise workloads to ensure you achieve targets.

 NVQ level 3 or senior ATA accreditation is preferred in all roles


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