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Technician

  • Exeter
  • Permanent
  • PV4427
  • Basic £30,000 + and OTE

A minimum £30,000 basic salary plus a bonus scheme is being offered by an Exeter based franchised main dealer, to attract an experienced TECHNICIAN and/or MOT TESTER.

This business is part of a privately owned dealer group who are dedicated to the representation of a well-known quality brand, synonymous for its reliability, quality, and EV / Hybrid technology. You will be joining a busy, happy, and well-motivated team, working in a modern up to date workshop environment.

To be considered you will hold a minimum NVQ Level 2 in Light Vehicle Maintenance and Repair (or equivalent) and have 3+ years hands-on workshop experience – gained within another main dealer or quality independent garage. An MOT Tester’s qualification would be a distinct advantage but is not essential.

Your daily activities will focus on routine servicing, maintenance, repair work and fault diagnosis of the represented brand. Therefore, you will be skilled in these areas with the ability to produce high quality work, to manufacturer standards, and within fixed timeframes.

Your working week will be Monday to Friday with 1 in 3 Saturday mornings on a rota basis. Overtime is regularly available (time and a half) and additional financial consideration may be given to those with higher skillsets or levels of qualification. The future potential for brand training and career development also exists.

This is an exciting opportunity to align with a well-respected business that can offer career stability and very competitive rewards.

“As an experienced motor industry marketing professional Kream was the obvious first stop when I wanted to progress my career. With their assistance I was able to secure an excellent position within a great organisation and with first class prospects”

Marketing Manager - Southwest Dealer Group
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