£28,000 basic salary depending on skills and experience and £34,000 OTE with company benefits
- Vertu Reward Scheme
- Share Incentive Scheme
- Child Care Vouchers
- Preferential Service Rates
- Colleague Purchase Scheme
Our dealership in Hereford represents the AUDI brand and is regarded as the absolute pinnacle of luxury motoring. We have fantastic facilities alongside a team who are determined to deliver the high standards of service our customers deserve.
We are looking to recruit a Workshop Controller to join our busy Service team. The Workshop Controller role is one of the busiest and most important roles within the Dealership and consists of assigning work to Vehicle Technicians to ensure the smooth running of the workshop.
The role will involve for ensuring all incoming work is planned as well as managing the time and resource of your team. Workshop Controllers assign technicians to tasks ensuring productivity is maximised and that deadlines are adhered to. As a line manager you are responsible for performance management, coaching and development of the team. Quality checking, ordering of parts, audits and compliance as well as health and safety are also important aspects of this role.
The key responsibilities of this role are as follows:
Customer Satisfaction - assist management in implementing and maintaining effective processes to achieve the highest possible customer satisfaction levels in excess of the manufacturer national average.
Deliver gross profit in line with the business plan by maximising the number of hours sold, driving revenue per transaction, ensuring 100% adherence to the VHC process
Workshop Loading distribute and control the issue of work to the Technicians to maximise quality and overall efficiency.
Liaising with the Parts department
Ensure Manufacturer Franchise Warranty standards are met
Health and Safety guidelines are adhered too at all times
For this role its essential you have a settled career history, ideally within a franchised motor retail environment. You will have an enviable and proven track record of performance with excellent organisational and communication skills. You will also have the ability to lead, coach and develop your team and know how to get the best out of people, so they perform to their highest level. You will also need to have a full, valid UK driving license.
If you are successful you can look forward to ongoing training opportunities, career progression and a range of benefits you would expect from an employer of choice, including a competitive salary and performance-related bonus, childcare voucher scheme, share incentive plan, pension scheme and Vertu rewards scheme If you are interested in joining the most progressive team in the industry please apply now.