Automotive Bodyshop Polisher

Recruiter
PERFECT PLACEMENT
Location
Milton Keynes
Salary
£16500 - £21000 per annum
Posted
07 Jul 2017
Closes
06 Aug 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Automotive, Motor Trade Job: Bodyshop Polisher Required in Milton Keynes.

Salary: Up to £16,500 Basic, OTE £21,000 Per Annum
Term: Full Time, Permanent

Motor Trade Jobs / Automotive Vacancies: Bodyshop Polisher For Accident Repair Centre - Milton Keynes

Our Client, an Automotive Bodyshop in Milton Keynes, is currently looking to recruit an experienced Bodyshop Polisher to work in their busy Accident Repair Centre.

The successful candidate will have experience in a bodyshop environment and the ability to polish painted vehicles as well as detailing vehicles to a high level.

You will have the ability to work to a very high standard whilst working on a deadline and possess a keen eye for detail.

Our client is proud of their strong reputation and as such will only consider candidates who can demonstrate a strong background in polishing vehicles.

Salary: £8 - £10 Per Hour Depending on Experience
40 hours per week

Motor Trade experience in the role is essential.

This role is one of many bodyshop jobs in Buckinghamshire, please contact Matt Cross at Perfect Placement for others similar to this.

To apply please send your CV to Matthew Cross quoting J71662, Bodyshop Polisher, Milton Keynes.

Please remember to add your home phone number, mobile number, email address and full address to your CV. If this information is missing it slows down our process and may result in us not being able to contact you.

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