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Quality Controller


Veetec Motor Group
Salary: £24,000 based on experience
Location: Enfield
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Ali Kazmi
Category: Quality Inspector Jobs
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Quality Controller

Veetec Motor Group are looking for a Quality Controller to join our successful group of accident repair Bodyshop’s in London and the South East.

You will need the following:

Experience inspecting completed vehicles would be advantageous 

A passion to learn and develop within the accident and body shop repair industry 

Key responsibilities:

  • Inspect vehicles to ensure job has been completed to an acceptable standard.

 

  • All job cards need to be left in the vehicle and not in toolboxes

 

  • Manage and perform reviews of the valets and valeting areas

 

  • Compile reports for any faults found and trends of failure

 

  • Ensure all new parts have been fitted appropriately

 

  • Report any unseen damage omitted from the estimate

 

  • Report damaged or faulty equipment immediately

 

  • Liaise with Workshop Control during final stages of repair process
  • Complete reports and documentation clearly and accurately

 

 

Additional Information:

Training will be provided

Working hours are between 42.5 and 47.5 hours per week.

A work-based pension scheme is in place.

28 days holiday per annum (including bank holidays).

 

 

 

Quality Controller

Veetec Motor Group are looking for a Quality Controller to join our successful group of accident repair Bodyshop’s in London and the South East.

You will need the following:

Experience inspecting completed vehicles would be advantageous 

A passion to learn and develop within the accident and body shop repair industry 

Key responsibilities:

  • Inspect vehicles to ensure job has been completed to an acceptable standard.

 

  • All job cards need to be left in the vehicle and not in toolboxes

 

  • Manage and perform reviews of the valets and valeting areas

 

  • Compile reports for any faults found and trends of failure

 

  • Ensure all new parts have been fitted appropriately

 

  • Report any unseen damage omitted from the estimate

 

  • Report damaged or faulty equipment immediately

 

  • Liaise with Workshop Control during final stages of repair process
  • Complete reports and documentation clearly and accurately

 

 

Additional Information:

Training will be provided

Working hours are between 42.5 and 47.5 hours per week.

A work-based pension scheme is in place.

28 days holiday per annum (including bank holidays).

 

 

 

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