Automotive Bodyshop Manager

£40000 - £46000 per annum
15 Apr 2017
15 May 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Automotive, Motor Trade Job: Automotive Bodyshop Manager Required in Southampton.

Salary: Up to £40,000 Basic, OTE £46,000 Per Annum
Term: Full Time, Permanent

Motor Trade Jobs / Automotive Vacancies: Vehicle Bodyshop Manager Required For Accident Repair Centre - Southampton

Automotive Bodyshop Jobs / Careers:

Our Client, a Commercial Vehicle Accident Repair Centre in the Southampton, Hampshire area is currently looking to recruit a Bodyshop Manager for their busy site.

In order to be considered for this vacancy you must:

- Previously have worked within a management level or Estimator role within a Bodyshop / Accident Repair Centre
- Be confident in managing a site with 20+ staff.
- Be happy to be a hands on manager
- Have the ability to motivate and get the best out of a loyal team of employees

The bodyshop is manufacturer approved and works with several insurance companies.
The successful applicant will find themselves working for a company who take pleasure in rewarding their staff on performance and company profit.

8 - 5 Monday to Friday, Saturdays as required.
£38 - £40k depending on experience + quarterly bonus OTE £42-£46K

If you have the skills and experience required please do not hesitate & APPLY TODAY!!

To apply please send your most accurate and current CV to Laurie Scott quoting J69330, Bodyshop Manager, Southampton.

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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