Diagnostic Technician Diagnostic Technician, Swindon Full-time, Permanent Salary: 08:00 - 17:00 Monday to Friday, 1 in 3 Saturdays with 1 day off in the week Basic: £26,000 OTE: £27,000 Hours: CarShop (the 35th best place to work in the UK) is the home of good cars and good carma! Our Diagnostic Technicians are at the centre of this, helping our customers find the issues with their vehicle without taking up their time. Working in one of our state-of-the-art service centres, variety is the spice of life here at CarShop you will not be working on a single make or model. With over 9,000 cars in-group stock at any one time plus a vast network of customers, you never know what you will be working on next. You will: * Greet customers who come into the service centre. * Diagnose faults with a customer’s vehicle. * Make repairs as necessary or refer for more work. This role is ideal if you are a technician with a desire to move off the tools and move your career forward. It will give you valuable face to face customer service skills that are required for a Workshop Controller or Service Manager. We’ll also offer training and development, as well as great career opportunities in our fast growing business. Our target is to be double the size we are today in the next three years. We are looking for: * Confident and experienced mechanic / Vehicle Technician. * NVQ Level 3 qualified in Light Vehicle Maintenance. * A professional and friendly manner. * Experience using diagnostic equipment. You will need a Full UK/EU Driving License for this role. What does good carma get you? Along with a competitive salary and a brilliant environment, our fantastic benefits package includes: * 31 days annual leave (inclusive of 8 bank holidays) rising with service * Structured career progression path * Discounts on CarShop products * Wide-ranging corporate discount scheme and colleague reward program And much more!! Who are CarShop? - apart from the 35th best place to work in the UK (Glassdoor) CarShop was established in 1999 and are now part of the prestigious Sytner Group with 12 large stores, 3 Express stores and some extremely ambitious growth plans, we can’t wait to welcome you to the family. With a 4.8 out of 5.0 rating on Glassdoor and 96% of our people saying they would recommend us to a friend, it is time to join us and start spreading good carma. Our recruitment process is all about good carma. CarShop welcome applications from all walks of life, we encourage diversity of all kinds in our offices, prep centres and stores and we think that anyone and everyone can be a part of that. We do not discriminate in our process in any way shape or form and if you need proof of this, just walk into one of our fabulous stores and see for yourself. You may also have experience of: Customer Service Technical Advisor, Vehicle Technician, Mechanic, Technician, Automotive Technician, Workshop Controller, Workshop Manager, Workshop Supervisor, Bodyshop Controller, Bodyshop Manager, Bodyshop Supervisor, Body Shop Controller, Body Shop Technician, Body Shop Supervisor, Body Shop Manager, Service Manager, Service Centre Manager, Service Technician, Service Advisor, Aftersales Advisor, Aftersales Manager, Technical Advisor, Technical Trainer, etc. IND003
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An automotive diagnostic mechanic or technician is employed in the field of automobile repair. Conducting vehicle inspections and offering repair services, like servicing the brakes, hydraulics, gasoline ignition, and electrical system of a car, are your responsibilities. InAutomotive stands among the UK’s top automotive job search sites. You can find more about diagnostic technician jobs here.
As the name suggests, the job of an automobile diagnostic technician is to inspect and test vehicle systems in order to identify any issues with the driving system. They take help of the repair and maintenance equipment and work inside the workshop to diagnose the issues.
You should be capable of doing a mechanical diagnosis as well as automotive problem-solving and repair work. You will need excellent leadership abilities as well as the ability to focus on the demands of your customers and clients. You should be comfortable working with schematics and flowcharts, as well as multitasking.
An automotive diagnostic technician is a fantastic career choice if you are interested in vehicles, enjoy working with your hands, and want to start making money as soon as feasible. A career as a mechanic is also financially advantageous, as technicians can earn a significantly good amount per year.
You can become an advanced diagnostics technician by doing a technicians course from a recognised automotive training institute. The time duration of the course varies according to the institute. This course equips you with the necessary knowledge and skills.
An automotive diagnostic technician is employed in the field of automobile repair. In this job, you will do routine maintenance and inspect automobiles using diagnostic instruments and conduct vehicle inspections. These technicians offer repair services, such as servicing the brakes, hydraulics, gasoline ignition, air conditioning, and electrical system of a vehicle. Transmission removals and installation also comes under the diagnostic technician job description. You assist other technicians with technical tasks and keep them informed about mechanical repair issues and inventory requirements.
These technicians perform vehicle maintenance and repairs for customers. They must be able to use diagnostic equipment to identify car problems. Their job is to provide excellent customer service while explaining car repairs and difficulties and using charts, manuals, and experience to plan repair methods. They must be able to check the parts and systems for functionality. Performing routine auto maintenance such as oil changes, fluid level checks, and tyre rotation is also part of their job. Another responsibility is to replace brake pads, wheel bearings, sensors, and other parts as needed. Additional duties may include performing routine car maintenance and general mechanic work, being willing to obtain extra qualifications if necessary and keeping the repair shop clean and orderly. Visit InAutomotive to find out further about diagnostic technician jobs.
To become a successful diagnostic technician, you must possess the ability to maintain a professional demeanour while providing courteous customer service. To keep correct records, you must be able to read, interpret, and transcribe data. The diagnostic technician must be able to work in a fast-paced atmosphere to do routine maintenance and other responsibilities and lift objects weighing up to 50 lbs. Experience with heavy equipment and as a diesel mechanic, as well as knowledge of diesel engines or willingness to undergo on-the-job training, is a plus. You need a firm grasp of mechanical components, as well as the systems that can cause them to fail. You also require outstanding hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity, as well as excellent diagnostic and problem-solving skills.
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