Vehicle Technician

Employer
Richard Abson Group
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
11 Feb 2022
Role - Vehicle Technician / Service Technician
Salary - £29,000 - 32,000 OTE **uncapped and achievable!!** + Overtime for Saturdays on a rota
Location - Macclesfield, Cheshire

Richard Abson Group are looking to find an experienced Vehicle Technician / Service Technician in the Macclesfield area. To work within a state-of-the-art dealership

You will become part of a highly motivated and successful team, with access to the best technology, tools, ramps, and an incredible working environment. The business is one of the top performing dealerships in the area - offering progression, support, and fantastic training.

This is an amazing opportunity to work with a hugely successful prestige brand and supported by an outstanding employer, who are willing to continually invest in your training and development as their vehicle technicians move towards the new hybrid and electric era and continue to remain relevant and at the top of their game.

The better you get, the more accreditations and courses you complete, the more money you will earn. On top of this, the bonus element is totally achievable and many of their technicians are regularly earning above their targets.

Requirements:
- Level 3 NVQ or IMI / equivalent in Light Vehicle Repairs, experience working in a main dealership or reputable workshop

Working hours and salary:
- The dealership is offering an excellent salary, based on experience, qualifications and accreditations, starting at £29,000, with an opportunity to earn up to £32,000 OTE for achieving targets. You can earn even more if you over achieve

- Once you are brand accredited, your basic and OTE will be increased to approx. £35,000

- Working 42.5 hours per week (Saturday morning's are paid as Overtime and you will be rota'd in for 1 every 3)

If you're interested in hearing more, APPLY NOW

Get job alerts

Create a job alert and receive personalised job recommendations straight to your inbox.

Create alert