A bodyshop manager is responsible for overseeing the running of an automotive bodyshop. This includes directing employees of the bodyshop, ensuring work quality is upheld and deadlines are met.
An experienced bodyshop technician or supervisor may progress into the role of a bodyshop manager. Responsibilities will include training staff, ensuring staff meet deadlines with a high quality of work and strong communication skills.
See our full job description to find out more about the responsibilities of a bodyshop manager.
The average salary of a bodyshop manager is £34,956*, with a starting salary of around £33,000. A highly experienced bodyshop manager can expect to earn around £43,000.
*InAutomotive data 2018