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Salary: Market related

Location: Woking, Surrey

Job Type: Contract

Date Listed: 19 Mar 2024

Reference: 6492

Vehicle Technician
Shift: Monday to Friday - 7.30am to 4pm

Vehicle Technician required to join a Global OEM of luxury performance vehicles based in Woking on an ongoing contract basis.

Our client is an automotive luxury brand, with a global reputation for producing luxury performance vehicles. Working with some of the most iconic designs to manufacture breath-taking performance cars, rethinking the boundaries of automotive design and manufacturing.

The Vehicle Technician will join an existing Team to facilitate and support the preparation of vehicles through the Uplift team for the pre-owned vehicle market and support the process of reworking new vehicles for area conversion.

Role of the Vehicle Technician:

  •     Build and prepare high-quality De-fleet/Uplift or conversion vehicles for the used and new sales market which could include, full or partial repaint, mechanical, electrical and software updating.
  •     Co-ordinate simultaneous vehicle builds/updates in an effective manner, within tight deadlines to meet the overall objective.
  •     Work within the Uplift processes to ensure compliance for all vehicle reworks.
  •     Competently and accurately manage documentation for robust record keeping and sign off
  •     Deliver the vehicles to the sales team at the highest quality of mechanical and aesthetical standard in line with the client’s brand.
  •     Ensure best working practises and health & safety policies are adhered to and always followed.
  •     Have a flexible approach to working within the wider team and willing to perform additional workshop-based duties when required.


Experience of the Vehicle Technician:

  •     Experience working as a Vehicle Technician, ideally on high end cars,
  •     Experience of vehicle build and rework – ideally from whole vehicle down to component level.
  •     Experience of supporting and maintaining pre-production vehicles, and an ability to contribute to component and system fault diagnosis.
  •     A team player able to motivate themselves and others and always deliver to a high standard, whilst working under pressure and to tight deadlines.
  •     Able to contribute to continuous improvement and identify areas for improving workshop efficiency.


To show your interest in this role please Apply Now with a copy of your CV, should you be successfully shortlisted a member of our Team will contact you to discuss the role in more detail. All applications are treated in the strictest confidence.