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A vehicle progressor works in a sales department. They are in charge of ensuring that all vehicle displays meet company and manufacturer requirements in terms of cleanliness, point-of-sale material, and pricing. These sales personnel also manage trade stock and ensure that it is put to auction on schedule.
As a Vehicle Progressor, you are in charge of maintaining the forecourt vehicle displays, as well as the forecourt's overall appearance and cleanliness. Photographing stock (cars or other vehicles in this case) and keeping their different internet advertising platforms up to date is another critical component of your profession.
A competitive salary, incentives benefits system, and an employer contribution pension plan are usually offered to these sales personnel. They also get training opportunities, career growth. A range of benefits can also be expected from an industry-leading business. However, the benefits can vary from employer to employer.
One of the primary responsibilities of a vehicle progressor is to receive all new and used vehicles from outside vendors and double-check that all required delivery documentation is signed, dated and any damage is documented. They must also complete a complete vehicle appraisal on all vehicles as soon as they arrive.
The vehicle progressors directly report to the Sales Managers. They work directly with the head office marketing team. It is their responsibility to develop digital new and used vehicle material to assist the sales team in meeting sales targets. To find out more about vehicle progressor jobs, you can visit InAutomotive.
According to the vehicle progressor job description, this job is critical to the sales department's success, as they works closely with the Sales Manager. They are in charge of ensuring that all vehicle displays meet corporate and manufacturer requirements, including cleanliness, point-of-sale materials, and accurate pricing. They also manage trade stock and ensure that it is put to auction on schedule. They assist sales executives in moving autos through the proper order to delivery process. They are also in charge of receiving new and used car deliveries and ensuring they are undamaged, have the appropriate paperwork/keys and ensure readiness to sell within agreed-upon timeframes.
The vehicle progressor is responsible for communicating with the service department to guarantee that every vehicle sold is ready on time. Service, MOT, valeting, and the installation of any agreed-upon extras are all included. They are in charge of ensuring that the handbook packs are completed and stamped, as well as the professional and effective handover of each vehicle. The progressor is also in charge of inspecting the condition of all vehicles arriving and departing on transporters and managing the logistics of automobiles headed to auction. The person in this position will be responsible for tagging all vehicle keys with tracker numbers, maintaining the forecourt, and ordering necessary accessories.
Several abilities and experiences are required of an ideal Vehicle Progressor. For example, they must be focused, dedicated, detail-oriented, and have excellent communication abilities. They must be able to demonstrate professionalism and attention to detail which is necessary to succeed in this challenging position.Many employers also desire computer proficiency, expertise with eBay or online sales. They must have the skill and understanding to use a digital camera to take images. A valid UK driver's licence is also a must for the job. To learn more about the vehicle progressor vacancies, you can visit the UK's leading automotive job search website InAutomotive.