We are supporting a long-established independent Service, MOT and Sales business in their need for a TECHNICIAN.
Based in Barnstaple, the company enjoys a very loyal local customer base, with the workshop being ever busy.
Working 8am to 5pm, in a friendly environment, you’ll be undertaking a wide range of activities related to Service, Maintenance, Fault Diagnosis and Repair. The workshop caters to cars of all makes and models.
To be considered, you’ll need to be a friendly team player who is competent and qualified - NVQ Level 2 in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair (or equivalent) is a minimum requirement. Salary is competitive and negotiable dependant on your specific qualifications, experience, and skills.
Note; an MOT tester’s certification is not essential but would certainly be advantageous.
((((( . . . . YOU MUST HOLD A FULL DRIVING LICENCE WITHOUT EXCESS PENALTY POINTS . . . . )))))
kream motor recruitment is a motor trade-specific recruitment agency based near Exeter covering the whole of the south west; specialising in permanent vacancies in franchised and independent motor dealers/repair workshops. Backed up by 60+ years joint experience in most departments we believe our professionalism, industry understanding, and reputation are unrivalled. Please visit our website to view all our current vacancies.
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