Additional Resources Ltd.
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Vehicle Technician

Vehicle Technician

Location: Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire

Salary: Circa £35k (DOE) + Excellent Benefits

The Client:

Our client is a well-established dealership at the forefront of the evolving motor industry delivering exceptional customer care with unmatched expertise.

The Role:

As a skilled Vehicle Technician, you will undertake servicing and collaborate with the Aftersales Manager to ensure excellent customer service.


* Carry out maintenance and repairs on motor vehicles

* Conduct PDI inspections on vehicles

* Execute vehicle used car checks and report findings

* Record work hours, complete job cards

* Undertake heavy lifting as required


* Previous experience working as a Vehicle Technician, Vehicle Mechanic or in a similar role.

* Vehicle servicing expertise (Level 3 qualification preferred).

* Proficiency in sales and service technician duties.

* Ability to repair and maintain equipment used in vehicle repair.

* Physical strength for heavy lifting.

* Driving Licence.


* Company events

* Company pension

* Employee discount

* Free on-site parking

* Sick pay

Apply now for this exceptional opportunity to contribute your skills as a vital team member in a dynamic and respected family business.

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