This exciting opportunity exists within our DM Keith ŠKODA Dealership in Bradford.
**Please note: All candidates must follow the on-line application process**
ŠKODA’s excellent range of cars, with their great design and outstanding quality, combined with the service provided by our retailers, deliver “an extra bit of car” to a growing number of satisfied customers. Our team is passionate about the brand and our reputation and have ambitious plans to capitalise on our success. To achieve this we require equally talented and passionate people.
ŠKODA: Simply Clever
Basic up to 27K depending on experience.
Hours of work:
Working 4 days with 1 day off a week.
Saturdays (Alternate) 8:30AM-12:30PM
The successful applicant must be fully qualified to NVQ Level 3 Light Vehicle Mechanics, Maintenance & Repair or equivalent, with or without an MOT License. An MOT License not essential but would be advantageous.
You will be based in a busy workshop. You will be required to undertake all levels of repairs as well as completing standard servicing and fault analysis. You must be capable of following the repair process from fault analysis to completion. You may be required to undertake PDI work as well as road testing vehicles.
As a Vehicle Technician, your Key Objectives will be:
To attain manufacturers' servicing and repair times.
To note and report all components, materials and consumables used.
Development of personal knowledge and experience in order to improve, profitability, customer satisfaction and efficiency
To ensure vehicles are thoroughly examined and to report all servicing requirements and associated work noticed whilst working on the vehicle to the Aftersales Manager.
To ensure all chargeable labour, components and workshop consumables are recorded on the job-card, and where possible work within Manufacturer’s recommended repair times.
To ensure vehicles are thoroughly examined and report verbally and in writing the general condition of vehicles with emphasis on customer safety
To ensure that all work carried out is to MOT and/or manufacturers' safety standards
To ensure optimum use of technical knowledge and skills to achieve effective, economic and safe service/repair of customers' vehicles
To ensure that all hours and material usage are accurately recorded on the job card
Ensure exchange parts are returned promptly to the parts department for crediting
To ensure warranty removed parts are correctly labelled and passed to the warranty clerk enabling prompt processing of the warranty claim
To ensure materials, tools and workshop consumables are controlled and used effectively and efficiently to ensure minimum wastage
To take care not to cause accidental damage to vehicle and components during service or repair
To minimise wastage of all materials, oils and fluids
To care for all plant and tools belonging to dealership and not to misuse the same
Maintain Workshop technical manuals appropriately
**Strictly No Agencies**