The Jardine Academy - BMW Bury St Edmunds

Jardine Motors Group UK Limited
Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk
20 Jul 2017
19 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Overview of role

Are you looking to take part in an innovative, comprehensive training programme that offers you the unique opportunity to begin your Sales career with a dynamic motor retailer, representing some of the world’s most iconic brands?

We are looking for passionate, motivated, customer-focused individuals to join The Jardine Academy, a 12-month programme, comprising structured learning and on-the-job training, that will provide you with an in depth knowledge of the automotive industry, and will equip you with all the necessary skills to excel in a motor retail environment.

Duties, Responsibilities & Person Specification

The Jardine Academy welcomes candidates from all backgrounds who show:

  • A passion for delivering an exceptional customer experience
  • A commitment to self-development, and a desire to undertake a structured 12-month training programme
  • Strong self-awareness and demonstrable emotional intelligence
  • Experience in working effectively as part of a team

Applicants to The Jardine Academy must have held a valid UK driving licence for 6 months.

Jardine Motors Group

When you join Jardine Motors Group you will have the opportunity to develop a fast-moving progressive career, and assume accountability for delivering the highest levels of service. We believe that by identifying your potential and investing in your future, you will be able to develop skills and gain the experience that will enhance your career prospects.

In addition to receiving a competitive salary and company car, you will also have access to a range of other benefits including childcare voucher scheme, vehicle and cycle to work purchase schemes, preferential service rates, pension scheme and life assurance.


This role is regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and will require that the job holder complete the FCA Compliance Assessment as per the Training and Competency Policy.

They will be required to work within the guidelines as per the FCA Policy and the 'supervisory’ section with regard to Insurance Code of Business.