Sytner Coventry is looking for a Bodyshop Alloy Wheel Repair Technician.
As a Sytner Alloy Wheel Repair Technician, you will be responsible for carrying out repairs and refurbishing alloy wheels using the latest specialist equipment, for which full training will be provided.
As we develop the twilight shift further, you may be required to carry out a variety of repairs, potentially including prepping & polishing, minor filler and paintwork, removing and refitting body panels and trim components and other general body shop tasks.
Previous experience within a body shop and in alloy wheel repairs would be advantageous, but it is not essential. We would also be interested in hearing from professional tyre fitters that may be looking to develop their careers in the automotive industry.
We are seeking a self-motivated individual who can operate efficiently to a high standard in a professional environment, someone with strong attention to detail and capable of delivering a great standard of workmanship.
You need a strong work ethic and the willingness to work as part of a busy, hardworking team. You also need to be committed to maintaining the high standards of Health & Safety that are vitally important in this environment. Good time management and organisational skills are required to ensure that assigned jobs are completed within estimated timeframes.
Don't worry if you are not currently working for a main dealer; you will find this a welcoming workplace, and we have the training and facilities to help you take the next big step in your career.
- Additional Holiday
- Industry-leading Maternity, Paternity and Adoption Pay
- Bespoke Flexible Working Solutions
- Enhanced Long Service Awards
- Discounted Car Schemes
- High Street Discounts