As a Vehicle Painter for PK Motors Accident Repair Centre, you’ll be working within our Bodyshop in Tunbridge Wells delivering quality paint work as part of the repairs operation.
Tunbridge Wells, Kent TN2 3DH
Full time, permanent
£25,000-£35,000 dependent on experience
About PK Motors:
PK Motors is a well-established company that has been family-run since 1971. We have achieved multiple vehicle manufacturer approvals, as well as attaining the British Standard Institute Kitemark for Vehicle Repairs. We are a growing company, with exciting plans for modernisation and expansion for the future.
As part of that growth, we are looking for a Painter to join our team.
You will carry out preparation, paint application and polishing to ensure a quality product.
Skills and experience required:
Ability to carry out specific job tasks at consistently high standards.
A good eye for detail.
Able to work under pressure individually and as part of a team.
Current ATA (or equivalent) Level 3 qualification for Paint Technician preferred but not essential.
An understanding of Manufacturer/Thatcham repair methods preferred but not essential.
An understanding of the BSI Kitemark preferred but not essential.
Experience within over areas of the repair process would be advantageous.
Starting salary of between £25,000 and £35,000, paid hourly depending on experience and qualifications.
40 hour-per-week contract, with overtime paid at time and half.
Uniform provided after successful probation period.
5% company contributed pension after successful probation period.
25 days holiday plus all bank holidays.
Potential opportunity to earn bonuses.
On-site parking, plus excellent access to public transport if required.
On-the-job training with reaccreditation for Level 3 certification, fire safety and first aid training also a possibility.
How to apply for the Painter role:
If you have the skills and experience required for this position, click “apply” today and check your inbox for an email providing more information on how to tailor your application and provide a cover letter or any supporting documents.
You must be eligible to work in the UK.
Other suitable skills and experience includes spray painter, bodywork, paint technician, bodyshop technician, vehicle paint specialist, paint shop, vehicle repair, accident repair, automotive repairs, garage jobs Kent, garage jobs Tunbridge Wells
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