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Arnold Clark North Scotland
We’re recruiting for a motivated and professional Vehicle Progressor to work at various sites across the UK. Hours Full time, Monday-Friday, 8.00am - 6.00pm. Location Dundee Multi Franchise Site. About the role As our Vehicle Progressor, you’ll be required to book cars in and out of workshops, ensure an efficient flow of vehicles is sustained and check that all vehicles are maintained to a consistently high standard. The right person for the role will be self-motivated and able to communicate well with others. You’ll be able to interact in a highly professional manner at all times. Day-to-day duties Receiving all new and used vehicles from outside suppliers and ensuring that relevant delivery document is signed, dated and any damage noted and claimed for. Carrying out a full vehicle appraisal on all vehicles as soon as they are in stock. Taking photos/videos of stock for website and any claims procedures. Ensuring all vehicles are ready for customer handovers and delivery. Essential skills A full UK driving licence. Confidence with IT systems. An interest in photography and media. Organisational skills. The ability to prioritise your workload. In return for your skills, you’ll receive one of the best employee benefits packages in the automotive industry, including private healthcare, life assurance and generous employee retail discounts. Employment within the Arnold Clark Group is offered subject to satisfactory reference and disclosure check. Only successful candidates will be contacted for interview.
Arnold Clark Central Scotland
We’re looking for talented, Time Served Mechanics to work at Arnold Clark branches across the UK. Hours Full time, Monday to Friday and rotational Saturdays. Flexible working is available in this branch. Location Grangemouth Mercedes-Benz About the role Are you ready for your next exciting career move? Arnold Clark, Europe’s largest car retailer, is looking for Time Served Mechanics for our workshops across the country.   You’ll get the chance to carry out servicing and repairs on an incredible range of manufacturers and models – developing your skills and staying up to date with the latest vehicle technology. In return, you’ll work flexible hours and receive one of the best employee benefits packages in the automotive industry. 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 make 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. 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. Ability to accurately follow written and spoken instructions. A full, clean driving licence held for a minimum of one year. Your technical skills will be rewarded with a competitive salary, flexible working, 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. Only successful candidates will be contacted for interview.
Arnold Clark West Scotland
We’re looking for a motivated and capable Monitoring Officer for our Alarm Receiving Centre in Glasgow. As Monitoring Officer for our Alarm Receiving Centre, your role will be to monitor the safety of premises and assets, giving a fast and effective response to any alarm activations or incidents. Hours: 12-hour day and night shifts, 4 days on/4 days off (full time) You will need to demonstrate precise attention to detail and sensible decision-making capabilities in high-pressure situations, and be able to work both on your own initiative and as part of an established ARC monitoring team. You should also be able to show excellent call handling and customer care skills. Your day-to-day duties •    Following the appropriate escalation procedures when responding to alarm activations, even under pressure. •    Delivering excellent call handling and customer care. •    Acting as a point of contact for the public, emergency services and clients. •    Communicating effectively and professionally with outside agencies and partners, and courteously dealing with staff, visitors and contractors.   •    Operating communications systems, computerised alarm monitoring systems and devices. •    Monitoring CCTV and other alarm equipment as required. •    Carrying out daily checks and inspections in line with BS5979. •    Following set protocols and notifying engineers or emergency services if needed. •    Making sure technical faults are recorded and rectified to agreed timescales. •    Ensuring information remains confidential in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. Essential requirements •    Ability to work on your own initiative. •    Effective written and verbal communication skills. •    Excellent standards of numeracy and literacy. •    Proven ability to deliver excellent customer service and call handling. •    Working knowledge of the everyday workings of an ARC. •    High levels of organisation and attention to the smallest details. •    Sound IT skills and familiarity with Microsoft Office. •    The flexibility and stamina to stay alert and perform efficiently for long shifts, based on the needs of the business. •    Relevant SIA licence •    Ability to comply with security screening to BS 7858 standard. In exchange for your skills, you’ll benefit from excellent working conditions and one of the best employee packages in the industry, including extensive training, private healthcare and life assurance. Employment within the Arnold Clark Group is offered subject to satisfactory reference and disclosure check. Only successful candidates will be contacted for interview.  
Be-IT Other
We're seeking to recruit 5 contract Java Developers for an initial 3-month big data contract with possible extensions for a well-known software business in central Edinburgh. This role has a January start and interviews will take place between now and the end of the year. To be considered for the role you'll be an experienced Java Developer or data engineer with strong Java Skills. It's also beneficial (but not necessary) to have experience with the following: Kafka, Flink, Elastic Search, Spark and or Microsoft Azure. If you fit the above skills and are looking for a new contract at the start of next year, then apply for immediate consideration. Or call Alasdair Walker for more information.
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