Branch Manager - Camberley
£34k - £36k per annum, Company Car/Allowance, Excellent Bonus and Benefits Scheme
Are you committed to your own development and want to take the next step on your career journey in an exciting industry that is facing significant technological and customer change?
Are you an outstanding leader, potentially from a retail or automotive background, wanting to work in an environment that keeps you at the forefront of evolving customer solutions?
Are you focused on the ongoing development of your team, providing the opportunities for your team to learn and develop themselves further?
And have you got a proven track record of providing, with your team, best in class customer service and delivery of performance to the required levels through your strong relationship, organisational and strategic capabilities?
If the answer to these questions is YES, then we have an exciting and ambitious opportunity for you!
We are looking for a talented individual to join the UK’s leading rental provider and accident management business, bringing to life, the Northgate experience for colleagues and customers at our busy Camberley Branch.
As Branch Manager, you will focus on supporting our customers to keep their business on the road ensuring they can deliver on their business promises – heading a team that gives an exceptional customer experience whilst working to the highest technical and quality standards.
Camberley is a smaller operation for Northgate Vehicle Hire in our UK network. Camberley has a fleet of c300 vehicles, ranging from LCV to Hybrid & Electric Vehicles, they provide valuable support to a growing customer base, as well as vital service and repair support through its large workshop operation at a sister branch.
Accountable for all aspects of the performance across the branch including rental activity, workshop performance and customer relationships, we are looking to you to develop a focused team that maximises revenue opportunities, drives innovation and improvement to minimise vehicle downtime and, above all, delivers on our service commitment to customers through the development of the team.
As Branch Manager, we offer:
Be part of the future of vehicle rental
If you would love to lead one of our amazing teams in Camberley as Branch Manager, we encourage you to find out more. Apply today
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