Group1 Automotive Parts Supervisor Are you a driven, enthusiastic and motivated individual? Do you thrive in a fast paced environment? Can you deliver world class customer service? If the answer is yes to the above then we want to hear from you! Our hugely successful Volkswagen Dealership in Southend is looking to recruit a new Parts Supervisor. About the position The service and expertise provided by our parts team are crucial to the business’ success. Therefore, the successful candidate for our Parts Supervisor position will have previous experience in a similar role and proven customer service skills. A large part of the Parts Supervisor position involves: * Be fully aware of the usual trading terms of the retail centre * Maintain surcharge ledger, making sure all parts sent to manufacture are clean and drained of oil. * Update parts manager on monthly basis on outstanding customer orders etc. * Report any stock damage or stock losses to the Parts Manager * Ensure that parts are correctly checked against delivery notes and that they are binned accordingly and that all orders are checked * Check all pars invoices against despatch notes on weekly basis. * Ensure all old units are returned to manufacture in the prescribed manner About our requirements We expect our new Parts Supervisor to demonstrate some skills that will prove very beneficial in the position, including: * Teamwork * Ability to multi-task * Ability to work to deadlines * Confident and professional communication skills * Organised About us The Group 1 Automotive network is a well-established and growing automotive group in the UK, with offices also in America and Brazil. Group 1 Automotive is the 9th largest dealer group in the UK, representing Barons Group, Beadles, and Think Ford. All dealerships in the Group 1 Automotive network offer fantastic career opportunities, state of the art resources, training and competitive earnings packages. Group 1 Automotive employees also benefit from; Company Pension, Performance Bonus, Company Benefits Scheme, Long Service Holiday Reward, Enhanced Maternity Policy, Company Car Schemes, Share Save Option, Your Birthday Off If you see yourself in the above position and would like to find out more about what it is like to be part of the Group 1 family, we’d like you to apply now Benefits Company Pension, Performance Bonus, Company Benefits Scheme, Long Service Holiday Reward, Enhanced Maternity Policy, Share Save Option, Your Birthday Off
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A senior parts advisor oversees the matters that are related to parts & logistics such as keeping track of the vehicle parts stock, selling the required parts to different customers, giving advice to the customers on the selection of the right vehicle component and much more.
The salary of senior parts advisors tends to vary depending upon their geographical region and their employers. They usually earn somewhat decently in most regions of the world. Due to the seniority in rank, they also enjoy other benefits such as insurance and bonuses.
For becoming a parts advisor, you will need to have a minimum of a high school diploma, as well as some experience through some apprenticeship. Extensive training and work experience in the automotive industry is a must and you need to have complete knowledge of vehicle parts.
The future of senior parts advisor jobs is promising taking into consideration the fact that the demand for transportation is rising day by day. The scope of jobs in the parts & logistics industry is vast and you can land your dream job provided you have the technical skills and passion to grow.
Senior parts advisor profession is a good option to opt for in the automotive industry for those individuals who are experts in the vehicle and trading of their parts. Visit InAutomotive and find out more about the newly posted parts advisor positions.
To get senior parts advisor jobs, there are certain requirements that need to be met. For example, most employers prefer at least a minimum of a high school degree. After completing your degree, you can get the required experience and the skills through an apprenticeship. This will make you equipped and fit for the job. These parts advisors order the supply of vehicle parts for the auto care centre and the dealership. They also give valuable advice to the customers on the parts.
Those who work as the parts advisor take on all the responsibilities that pertain to the parts and logistics department. Their job responsibilities include interacting with the customers and tracking the supply of parts as well as the inventory. Keeping digital track by recording the data regularly, giving customers information about the stock, delivering the stock to the customers, as well as raising invoices for sold stock are also their duties.
You will need certain skills such as excellent communication skills that will help you deal with the clients, good customer care services to satisfy your customers, problem solving skills, and a good knowledge about stock management and vehicle layout. The parts advisor should hold complete grip on the latest industry trends and guide the customers appropriately. Visit InAutomotive and find out the latest parts and logistics vacancies.
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