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Parts Supervisor, Northampton, Bristol Street Motors Careers

Published 2022-09-25
Expires 2022-10-25
ID #1184700683
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Parts Supervisor, Northampton, Bristol Street Motors Careers
United Kingdom, Northamptonshire, Northampton,
Published September 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Parts supervisor


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About us
Here at Bristol Street Motors Peugeot Northampton we have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Parts person to join us as a Parts Supervisor! If you would like to work alongside a passionate team and be part of one of the largest Motor Retailers in the UK, then this could be the opportunity for you.
We are offering a £26,208 basic salary plus an excellent range of company benefits!
About the Role
As a Parts Supervisor you will be an integral member of the Aftersales team. You will be responsible for the day to day running of the Parts department.
Daily duties will include receiving parts into stock, booking of parts to workshop jobs, maintaining stock levels and dealing with retail customers. Knowledge of vehicle layout, parts catalogues and computer stock lists would be an advantage but they will be the first things you will be trained in. You will ensure our pricing structures are kept up-to-date, and that stock control is always secure and well maintained. You will be the first point of contact for both face to face and telephone customers and will be expected to provide excellent customer service.
About You
The successful candidate will have previous experience of working as a Parts Advisor in the Motor Trade; this is essential to be considered. You will also have excellent customer service skills and experience.
If your application is successful, we will need to complete employment checks prior to you starting with us. For this role, these can include us verifying your recent employment, address and credit history. We may also conduct a criminal record check and a driving licence check.
This is a full time permanent role across 42 hours per week including alternate Saturday mornings.
What you can expect
We are proud to be the Motor Retailer who invests more in our colleague\'s personal development than any other, so if you are successful, you can look forward to on-going training opportunities that provide you with the right career path, career progression and a range of benefits you would expect from an employer of choice which includes:
25 days holiday rising with length of service plus bank holidays
Access to our online rewards platform giving you cash back and discounts for multiple retailers
Preferential Service Rates
Colleague Purchase Scheme
Share Incentive Scheme
Pension
Enhanced Maternity
If you are interested in this fantastic opportunity, then apply to join us today!

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