I am working with a main car dealership who are looking to recruit a Junior Vehicle Technician to join their friendly team.
If you are a newly qualified Vehicle Mechanic (must have a level 2 certificate or equivalent) and are seeking a new opportunity where you can gain experience and work as a valued team member. They are looking for someone with basic workshop experience in vehicle servicing and repair who now wants to move up in their career.
Junior Vehicle Technician Role:
To carry out basic servicing and repairs as per manufacturer's guidelines
To ensure workmanship is of the highest standards to achieve outstanding customer satisfaction
To assist other Technicians in more involved repairs to improve your knowledge
Be committed to learning and developing your knowledge and skills
Seeking someone who has some experience within a local garage or dealership who is seeking a new challenge.
To be trained to City and Guilds Motor Repair/BTEC/NVQ or equivalent qualification level 2.
To be enthusiastic, committed, with a pro-active attitude towards your work
To have a Full, UK Driving Licence
Our client offers a competitive salary package with a basic salary ranging £24,500-£25,500 plus bonus (Depending on Experience)
Company Pension Scheme
To apply for this Junior Vehicle Technician send an up to date CV to James at Jago Consultants. Call today to find out about more Junior Vehicle Technicians in your area.
The service technicians offer vehicle maintenance and repair services. These technicians ensure that a high-quality experience has been created for the customer. They also assist with Level 1-2 Service Technician training and give complete guidance to the new entrants in the field.
Service technicians, sometimes known as automotive service technicians, are responsible for a variety of services, as well as diagnosing and repairing problems that surface in the vehicle, depending on their area of specialisation. They frequently visit their clients' businesses or homes to install or repair parts in the automobile.
Automotive Service Technicians work more than 40 hours per week. To accommodate client demands, some employees may work evenings and weekends. The technicians are required to provide their tools, which can be quite costly. By the time they reach the trip level, they have often spent thousands of pounds on tools.
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A Service Technician performs many responsibilities which include taking phone calls, retaining technical knowledge, evaluating information, doing repairs, servicing equipment and assisting consumers. These technicians test vehicle repairs and communicate issues to the service manager and service advisors. They also perform additional repair work as advised by managers or advisors and use manufacturer diagnostic equipment to ensure diagnostics, testing, and repairs are thorough and of the highest quality. They are responsible for maintaining a clean, neat, and orderly work environment in accordance with business standards, mainly to protect the safety of all team members.
To become a successful technician, the candidates are required to be systematic and accurate. The employers demand them to be self-motivated and excellent in oral and written communication skills. To become a good customer service provider, they need to have good listening skills to understand the customer's requirements and diagnose vehicle glitches. They must have planning and organising skills. Being detail-oriented and observant is also a plus. Logical thinking also comes in handy for the job. Having a comprehensive understanding of numeric data with good information technology knowledge is also required. Managing work relationships, networking and being professional and respectful is also a part of the job.
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