Vehicle Technician

Location Telford and Wrekin
Discipline: Automotive
Salary: £23,440k to 26,750k DOE
Contact name: Deb Wright

Contact email: deb@spearrecruitment.co.uk
Job ref: 6488
Published: 14 days ago
Startdate: ASAP

Salary: £23,440k to 26,750k DOE

Our valued client are currently seeking a Vehicle Technician - Experienced Vehicle Technician 

They are a family run company who have been in business for nearly 100 years. 

As a Vehicle Technician your responsibilities will include:

  • Carries out vehicle services and repairs in an efficient and safe manner

  • Meet customer requirements and maximise workshop utilisation and productivity

  • Works in accordance with key dealership processes

  • Liaises directly with customers where appropriate

  • Provides support to less experienced colleagues

  • Attends regular training to update technical skills

  • Works as a full member of the dealership team

The Person:

  • Provide exceptional service to examines vehicles and diagnoses non-routine defects for the awareness of the customer

  • Is time efficient to carries out each job within the repair time allowed

  • Can work in accordance with workshop and dealerships Health & Safety requirements

  • Works with colleagues to maintain workshop standards of cleanliness and tidiness

  • Takes personal responsibility for the daily maintenance of workshop equipment, and reports equipment defects or problems that need attention

  • The ability to coach and supports apprentice technicians

  • Follow due diligence and a common-sense approach

This Vehicle Technician vacancy is being managed by Deb at Spear Recruitment Ltd.

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