MOTOR VEHICLE TECHNICIAN
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David Dexters is a family-run business based in Bridgnorth, Shropshire that has run a prosperous garage since 1987. By being independent of large franchises, and with our high-level of service, we’ve been able to consistently grow to be the town’s largest car sales and service, and we’re now looking to add the right candidate to our friendly, professional team.
In our modern, 10,000 square feet workshop, we service, repair, and MOT all makes, models, ages, and sizes of vehicles for both customers and retail. Through our association with Bosch Car Service, we’re able to access training, diagnostic equipment, and resources that help us maintain our high quality approach to vehicle maintenance.
Should you join David Dexters, you’ll become part of a successful, close-knit team with opportunities to develop your talents and progress in your career. You’ll find yourself in a positive environment where success at all levels is encouraged and celebrated. All that in mind, what are you waiting for?
Job Types: Full-time, Permanent
Salary: £22,000.00-£35,000.00 per year
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Automotive dealership controllers maintain financial controls considering into account the company and manufacturer’s requirements. They have to assist the internal audit and regional controllers with the important findings and notifications. They also handle the lender relationships and devise strategies to improve the connections with banks. They review the general ledger and investigate any unusual transaction entries.
Most employers ask for a bachelor’s degree in Finance, Economics, or Accounting for automotive dealership controller jobs. You need to have experience in managing accounts preferably at a dealership and must have good communication skills to be eligible for applying to the position. The ability to read professional journals is also required for the role.
The average per annum salary for automotive dealership controller jobs in uk varies depending on the factors like the employer and job responsibilities. Overall, competitive pay is offered for this position along with benefits like medical and dental insurance, paid holidays, vehicle purchase discounts, retirement plans, paid training, and more.
If you have studied finance or accounting and long to work in the automotive industry, working as a dealership controller will turn out to be a good career choice. You need to have the passion for this line of work and the drive to do better and improve yourself while contributing to the company’s growth to excel at your job.
Automotive dealerships have job openings for controllers that can take care of the finances in a professional way. The employment opportunities for this role are likely to increase in the years to come. Finding a job in the dealership has been made easy by InAutomotive, check the recently advertised posts by top employers!
Automotive dealership controllers have to make sure that all store transactions are being made on time and there is accuracy in the numbers. They have to prepare a financial statement every month complying with the dealership guidelines and ensuring that the manufacturer’s accounts, interest protection, and warranty claims are up-to-date and precise. They take part in preparing the short and long-term financial forecasts for the dealership. Keeping an effective cash management system is also in the automotive dealership controller job description. The controllers guide and provide the department managers with financial management reports. They also have to take care of the processing of insurance claims.
The responsibilities of automotive dealership controllers include preparing detailed monthly financial statements and explaining them. They have to make sure that the company has an efficient workforce working at a proper wage that isn’t exceedingly higher or lower than what the market is offering. They are required to participate in all the communications pertaining to the finances. Handling the lender relationships and devising strategies to build and strengthen the banking relationships is also the responsibility of automotive dealership controllers. They can be asked to inform the internal audit controllers of any external audit notifications. They also have to recruit and train the staff when needed.
Excellent mathematics and language skills are a must-have for this position. Communication skills are required for the job as you have to interact with people within the team and work on building connections with lenders and banks. Time management skills will help you with preparing the financial statements and reports on time. The ability to work under pressure will come in handy for this job involving financial management. Attention to detail is important for checking the accuracy of different transactions and not missing out on something significant. Quickly apply to your dream job in the UK’s automotive industry through InAutomotive!
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