Chippenham Motor Company are looking for a Service Advisor.
The successful candidate will use their excellent customer service skills to deal with all of our Customer's requirements for servicing and repairs in an efficient and courteous manner. Duties will include (but are not limited to) booking services, completing repair orders, communicating any required repairs to our customers and working collaboratively with the Workshop Team to ensure all tasks are completed to the agreed time scales.
Experience in or currently working in a Service Advisor role within a franchised dealership is essential, as is knowledge of Microsoft Office, Excel and DMS systems (CDK/Kerridge drive preferable). Familiarity of warranty procedures would also be advantageous but not essential.
Your hard work will be rewarded with a generous holiday allowance (22 days Holiday plus 8 days bank Holiday), contributory pension scheme (after qualifying period)
Monthly Bonus scheme and Commission available
Ongoing training available
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By communicating with consumers about car faults and repair timelines and voicing customer complaints to the service department, the senior service advisor acts as a liaison between customers and the service department. These aftersales and service personnel also exhibit excellent customer service abilities as well as a sales-oriented mentality.
To become a senior service advisor, you need to obtain a bachelor's degree or several years of experience working in the automotive business. This is because the work of the service advisor necessitates a thorough understanding and comprehensive knowledge of automotive parts and engineering to perform the job successfully.
A service writer answers all queries of the customers and the service providers. Whereas, a skilled service advisor schedules the following service. The customers need the service advisor because they want convenience and someone to look after their cars, so they don't have to.
As a service advisor, you will be in charge of meeting with the clients to determine which repairs are required. Once discussed, you submit the required work orders to technicians and obtain the necessary components. Then your final job is to collect payment once the repairs are performed and checked by the clients.
Dealership service advisors are often paid solely on commission, which means they have a financial interest to persuade you to purchase the required repairs. Not all, but some car dealerships have a terrible image for exorbitant prices, typically due to the extra money spent on the service techs' competence.
The senior service advisors get in touch with the customers directly to arrange services for their vehicles via inbound calls and walk-ins. The job cards for technicians are then created utilising specialist systems to maximise upselling chances with customers. Then the customers receive excellent and thorough service from the senior service advisor. Automotive companies look for someone that is dedicated to providing outstanding customer service consistently. Follow the company's policies and brand guidelines. The candidate must be competent to complete invoices in a timely, accurate, and transparent manner. They must make sure all authorised work has been completed and billed. Handle all kinds of payment with precision. Go to InAutomotive and apply for the service advisor vacancies in the UK.
You will be in charge of taking service department bookings, guaranteeing effective workshop loading, and efficiently attending to all customer needs. The service advisors will be responsible for fostering and sustaining a high level of departmental and cross-departmental collaboration. At all times, you must be friendly and helpful to customers and coworkers and maintain the highest level of personal appearance. You must also ensure a smooth and profitable flow of work through the workshop by assigning workload based on technician availability and skill to maximise productivity. Creating great relationships with customers by keeping them updated regularly and responding fast to any difficulties or deviations is your job.
Apart from an associate's degree in mechanics or a closely related discipline that may be helpful and prior experience in the automotive industry, you require a particular set of skills. You need to have an in-depth knowledge of the automotive industry, aftersales and service, vehicles and their components. Expertise in industry-specific software and excellent interpersonal, communication, and customer service abilities is also a requirement. Excellent organising, decision-making, and problem-solving skills are required. The automotive companies also look for outstanding communication and persuasive skills with mechanics, customers, and management. To become a successful senior service advisor, you need to be perfect with numbers as well.
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