£33,000 basic salary + Car or Car Allowance

Permanent role, Pension, 45 Hours a week, , Medical Healthcare Plan, 28 Days annual leave (including Bank Hoildays)  Training and development.

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Accident Repair Centre Workshop Controller – . This is the perfect opportunity to join  Multi-Award winning, friendly and experienced team.

Ideally, to be successful in this specific workshop controller role, you will have experience working within a mainstream accident repair centre, dealing with full vehicles repairs and accident damaged vehicles, however, this is not essential as full training will be given.

 The Job: Workshop Controller / Production Manager

· Workshop controller – Liaise with production staff to monitor the number of vehicles coming into the site for repair

· Oversee around 10 skilled repair technicians within the bodyshop, combining Panel beaters, MET Technicians and Paint sprayers.

· The role is responsible for ensuring all incoming work is planned as well as managing the time and resource.

· As a Workshop Controller, you will assign technicians, panel beaters, MET Technicians, Vehicle Paint Sprayers etc, to tasks ensuring productivity is maximised and that deadlines are adhered to.

· Plan your workload effectively to ensure vehicles are ready to agree timescales;

· Carry out work in accordance with manufacturers specification.

· Optimum utilisation of resources within area of responsibility as set out in targets

· To deliver the customer service standards as outlined by the company procedures and policies

· Awareness of health and safety requirements in the workshop, and responsibility of personal protection equipment worn by the staff in the areas of responsibility

· Responsible for notification of potential health and safety risk to the people who may be directly affected by the risk

· Ability to monitor and control workshop output and efficiencies

· Verbal explanation of the repair procedure and process to the workshop and customers and variable levels of understanding

· Awareness of workshop equipment capabilities in order to implement the use of such equipment when allocating tasks

· Continually work to high standards with customer satisfaction in mind.

· Skills in applying and using knowledge in a supervisory position.

· Knowledge and understanding of the provisions of E.P.A. and H&S. BS10125, Advance, preferred

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