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Vehicle Technician
 
Title: Vehicle Technician
Category: Other
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £32,000.00 - £40,000.00
Salary per: annum
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Description:
Vehicle Technician / Motor Mechanic Required in Loughton.

* Basic Salary Starting From £29,500 With OTE up to £40,000

* Working Hours Monday to Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm With Saturdays on a rota

* Prestige Main Car Dealership

Our client a desirable Prestige Brand Main Car Dealer in the South Essex / East London area is currently looking to hire an experienced Vehicle Mechanic / Technician. The salary can be flexible depending on the brand manufacturer experience and qualifications.

You will be performing both scheduled maintenance work and technical repair work to a wide range of vehicles.

You will ideally live within the Loughton / Essex / London area or be able to travel to the area and have a working experience of Vehicle Maintenance and be qualified to City and Guilds Level 3 or equivalent.

Hours for this Vehicle Technician role are Monday to Friday 8.30am to 5.00pm and Saturday's 1 in 4 on a rota paid as overtime.

Our Client offers a competitive salary package with the opportunity for bonus and overtime. A basic salary in the region of £29,500 experience dependable and bonus of around £10,000.

To apply please send your current CV quoting Vehicle Technician / mechanic J88812, or for more details call Zoe Osborn at Perfect Placement.

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