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Arnold Clark North Scotland
Mechanics, it wouldn’t work without you. Fixing cars is one of the most varied, challenging and important things you can do at Arnold Clark. Without our mechanics, our business would come to a standstill. That’s why we need you. As a mechanic, you’ll safely prepare our customers’ cars for the road ahead. You’ll care – really care – about every detail, and take pride in doing a meticulous job. Above all, you’ll want to be part of a capable, motivated team who feel the same way. In return for your skills, you can expect industry leading rewards, including flexible hours for a great work-life balance, a bonus scheme and cover for your tools. We’ll also support you with training, and recognise your hard work with a clear career progression path to help you realise your ambitions. And every day in the job, you’ll get the chance to work on an incredible range of manufacturers and models, developing your skills and staying up to date with the very latest in vehicle technology. If this sounds like the career fix you need, here’s what we need from you… Day-to-day duties Carrying out servicing, repairs and maintenance to high standards. Inspecting vehicle engine and mechanical/electrical components to diagnose issues accurately, using computer-based diagnostic equipment. Repairing or replacing broken or defective parts and resolving defects. Carrying out DVSA vehicle testing (if authorised). Road testing vehicles to check repairs. Maintaining equipment and making sure tools are in good condition. Following checklists to ensure all procedures are completed. Completing all documentation to the required standard. Essential skills A certificate in Light Vehicle Maintenance Level 3 and solid work experience in the automotive industry. The ability to work in a competent and efficient manner on your own or part of a busy team. Strong communication skills. Good attention to detail. The ability to carry out work to high standards to deadlines. A proactive and enthusiastic approach. The ability to accurately follow written and spoken instructions. A full driving licence.  Your technical skills will be rewarded with a competitive salary, training opportunities and excellent working conditions. You’ll also receive life assurance, private health care and generous employee discounts on new and used cars. Employment within the Arnold Clark Group is offered subject to satisfactory reference and disclosure check.
Arnold Clark East Scotland
We’re recruiting for an Automotive Training and Apprenticeship Specialist, to join our dynamic training team at GTG Edinburgh. Hours Full time, Monday to Friday, 9.00am to 5.00pm. Flexible working is available with this role. About the role As our new Automotive Training and Apprenticeship Specialist, you’ll be responsible for using business development, marketing and networking to attract and develop new and exciting opportunities to deliver funded and non-funded vocational training courses to other businesses. This role would be a fantastic fit for someone who’s confident in face-to-face customer service, comfortable with cold calling and prospecting, and used to a commercial sales environment. You’ll also have a passion for creating and building relationships between GTG and our independent customers. Day-to-day duties Prospecting automotive clients to find out if they need an apprentice, both in person and over the phone. Developing our current database to gain future apprenticeships. Planning your diary to manage garage visits. Offering our recruitment service to help source apprentices for companies. Liaising with our recruitment specialist to place adverts for customers who need our help to recruit. Processing funding checks and carrying our apprentice sign-up paperwork. Handling speculative calls, aftercare and any apprenticeship issues. Various administration tasks as required. Essential skills Confidence in prospecting, and in handling objections. Strong communication and influencing skills. Being able to multitask and work to deadlines. Nice to have (but not essential) Automotive industry experience. An understanding of apprenticeships. Some sales experience would be advantageous. In return for your skills, you’ll be fully supported with all the tools you need to do your best work, including a company car scheme, laptop and mobile phone. You’ll also be supported with training courses to equip you with industry knowledge, and enjoy some of the best employee benefits in the industry, including private healthcare, life assurance and staff discounts. Employment within the Arnold Clark Group is offered subject to satisfactory reference and disclosure check.
Michael Page Edinburgh
Company-wide subject matter expert on pensions and drawdown Joint oversight of all SIPP operational processes with Team Manager Responsible for analysis and impact assessment relating to all pension changes in regulations/legislation Key escalation point for technical pension queries Liaising with HMRC, specifically with regards to Drawdown book payroll Supporting the Team Manager with general oversight of the teams in both Edinburgh and Dundee FCA reporting e.g. the Retirement Data returns Working with the proposition team to shape the companies offering and ensuring a competitive edge Provide coaching and training for the team, sharing your personal experience and technical knowledge Building and maintaining strong and mutually respectful working relationships through excellent communication Maintain a solid understanding of industry best practises and innovations, to be able to translate these into improvements within the operational teams. Supporting the resolution of first line complaints and risk events Evaluation of root cause analysis relating to complaints and risk events, and supporting the team manager in introducing changes to both procedures and working practices to mitigate risk This role falls in to the scope of the Training & Competence Framework as set out by the FCA. The role holder will be a certified person and subject to guidelines will be assessed annually on fitness and propriety Requirement for CPD to be maintained Build and maintain up to date knowledge of Pension regulations and ensure that this is filtered across the team
Be-IT Other
Are you a .NET developer looking for the next step in your career? Do you want to join a team developing and supporting software systems for a diverse range of clients? Do you want a role where you are involved in all layers of projects? Do you have commercial experience with C# and .NET frameworks and strong object-oriented programming skills? You will get the chance to work in an environment that invests heavily in technology and provides a setting where creativity and collaboration are the focus. Alongside a salary of up to £55,000 and benefits package, you will work in a flexible environment which encourages continuous technical development and career progression tailored to you. Working within a small and dedicated development team, in their office just outside of Glasgow city centre, you will have the opportunity to make a real impact within the company. If you are interested in this .NET Developer position get in touch with me directly or apply now for a confidential conversation about your CV and the role on offer.
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