Workshop Controller - Liverpool
Our client, is looking to recruit an experienced Workshop Controller: -
The main responsibilities will include:
Maximising the productivity, efficiency and utilisation of the workshop.
Maximising sales opportunities through the workshop.
The allocation of jobs to the technicians dependent on duration, skill level and job requirement.
Ensuring that any warranty work deemed to be necessary is correctly diagnosed and is authorized by either the warranty controller or the manager.
Applicants must have previous experience of working in a Workshop Controller role, ideally within a franchised motor dealership.
A full clean driving licence is essential.
They offer excellent working conditions together with a highly competitive salary, bonus scheme and a host of other employee benefits including a company car
£30k basic £37k OTE
Further training and development with huge career prospects
Please ensure your CV is up to date, and has all relevant contact details including address.
Who are you applying to?
The Solution Automotive Recruitment have been placing candidates into the UK Motor Trade since 1999. We have a fantastic relationship with all our clients and candidates across the country, many very long standing relationships. If you are skilled and experienced Automotive candidate, we want to hear from you and rest assured, you'll be dealing with a person, not just a consultant! Unfortunately due to the volume of applications we get, we can only respond to the candidates who match the criteria set for this vacancy. We will retain your CV on our database and make contact as and when suitable vacancies arise. We will NEVER send your CV anywhere without your permission.
Key positons; Sales Executive, Sales Manager, Business Manager, Service Advisor, Parts Advisor, Technician, Mechanic, Master Technician, Workshop Controller, Service Manager, After Sales Manager, Dealer Principal, General Manager.
Workshop controllers manage time and resources so that all the tasks are done in a planned and organised manner. They hand out work to the vehicle technicians and make sure that they do it efficiently. They also contribute toward achieving the short-term and long-term goals by assisting the service manager and other team members.
Some employers will ask for relevant experience and it would add an advantage to your application if you have completed an apprenticeship and are good with managing people and tasks. Confidence and leadership skills are also required for workshop controller jobs. You need to be excellent at communicating with the customers and creating delightful experiences for them.
The average monthly and yearly salary of workshop controllers varies depending on factors like job responsibilities, working hours, and the employer. Most of the workshop controller vacancies have good per annum salaries and benefits like a pension scheme, career development opportunities, paid holidays, life insurance, and more, the job is monetarily rewarding and has perks.
Experience in a dealership and a valid driving licence are the essential requirements to apply for this role. You are required to be smart with using IT and ought to have technical knowledge about the vehicles. You also need to have a work permit or citizenship that gives you the right to be employed in the UK.
The automotive industry is constantly innovating and developing, so there are promising opportunities in different fields. If you have always liked management jobs and have a passion to know the mechanics of vehicles, this can be a gratifying role for you. Explore the recently advertised job listings in the UK’s automotive industry on InAutomotive!
Workshop controllers make sure that the repair, service, and maintenance work of the vehicles within a dealership or garage is done in an efficient manner. They coordinate with other departments for managing the operations. They are required to manage the team of technicians and coach them to ensure that all the tasks are completed as instructed and the deadlines and goals are met. Providing satisfactory and pleasing customer service is also in the workshop controller job description. Assisting the colleagues and other teams to provide a quality and seamless experience to customers is also what the automotive workshop controllers do.
The responsibilities of workshop controllers include maintaining quality standards for the repair, service, and maintenance work of the vehicles. They have to report to the service manager and provide assistance regarding aligning and accomplishing the set goals and objectives. They have to provide cost estimation for the tasks pertaining to repairs and servicing. They order the required parts for different vehicles as requested by the technicians. Being in the aftersales and service department, they have to ensure that the warranty standards are complied with. Giving priority to customer needs and satisfaction when assigning and scheduling work is also the responsibility of workshop controllers.
For pursuing workshop controller careers, you need to have strong interpersonal and problem-solving skills. Being attentive to detail will help you with not missing out on important tasks and issues. The role requires communicating with the customers, other team members, and managerial staff, so you have to be good at interacting verbally and in writing. The ability to work in stressful situations and take pressure will come in handy for this position. You ought to be good at leading and managing the team so leadership skills are important for the job. Looking for aftersales and service jobs in the automotive industry? Explore the latest vacancies on InAutomotive!
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