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23 days ago
Driven Motor Jobs
Salary: £21000 - £28000 per annum
Location: Huntingdon
Job type: Permanent
Contact: Nicola MacDonald
Category: Servicing and Repairs

Automotive, Motor Trade Job: Automotive Service Advisor Required in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire

Salary: £21-23,000 Plus Bonus. OTE £28,000
Term: Full Time, Permanent 


Our valued and professional client is looking for a Motor Trade Service Advisor to work with their friendly team. 

Requirements for a Motor Trade Service Advisor

Excellent communication skills;

Commitments to delivering customer excellence;

A good standard of verbal and numerical reasoning;

Computer literacy with a keen eye for detail;

Good Telephone Manner;

Previous experience in a target driven role desirable but not essential;

Hold a full driving licence;

 Your key responsibilities will include:

  • Managing the flow of information between the Workshop Team, your colleagues within the wider Aftersales Department and the customer.
  • Accurately qualifying and documenting the customer’s needs and requirements.
  • Confirming information such as the customer’s contact details and payment method.
  • Calculating workshop capacity using a bespoke system.
  • Managing the allocation and administration of courtesy service vehicles.
  • Ensuring that customers fully understand the work that has been carried out.
  • Proactively addressing any issues.
Necessary requisites for this position are as follows:
  • Previous experience in the same or a similar role in the motor trade.
  • A full UK driving licence.


To apply please email your CV in the strictest of confidence today to Nicola MacDonald at Driven Motor Jobs 

Driven Motor Jobs - Motor Trade Recruitment - Cambridgeshire

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