283 job(s) at Arnold Clark

Arnold Clark North Scotland
22/01/2019
We’re recruiting for a motivated and professional Vehicle Progressor to work at our Fiat branch in Aberdeen. Hours Full time, Monday-Friday, 8.30am-5.00pm. Location Aberdeen Fiat 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
22/01/2019
We’re recruiting for an experienced IT Field Engineer to join our regional support team, covering a variety of Arnold Clark sites in and around Stirling. Hours Full time, Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm About the role As an IT Field Engineer for Arnold Clark, Europe’s largest independently owned car retailer, you’ll work across several sites in and around Stirling, making sure everything is running smoothly and delivering high quality services to the end user. You’ll form part of a field support team of engineers, installing and fixing PCs, mobile platforms, printers and telephony systems and providing software support across a range of products. The ideal candidate will have the flexibility to travel to several regional locations providing cover and team support – with overnight stays away from home when necessary. Day-to-day duties Installation and break/fix of PCs, notebooks, mobile platforms and printers. Installation and troubleshooting of network devices and WiFi access points. Installation and break/fix of digital and VOIP telephony systems. Installation and troubleshooting of a wide range of enterprise level and bespoke software. Software support for: Microsoft Windows, Office, Skype for Business products, Exchange and Active directory, and mobile OS (IOS and Android). Escalating, updating and resolving tickets to team SLA. Working as part of a team during extensive site refurbishments. Providing weekly and ad hoc updates to senior IT engineer as appropriate. Documenting project work. Essential skills Degree in an IT-related subject or at least five years’ experience in an IT-related discipline. Hardware experience, including Intel-based desktops and laptops (Dell), and printers, including Xerox, HP and Lexmark. Software experience including Windows, Mac OS, IOS and Android, MS Office and S4B. Networking experience and a strong understanding of wireless, TCP/IP and DNS. A full, clean UK driving licence held for a minimum of one year. An industrious and motivated approach with excellent communication skills. Ability to be customer-focused and deal with a wide range of people. Able to work effectively both on your own initiative and as part of a fast-paced team. Ability to independently resolve a wide variety of complex problems using your expertise and research capabilities. Experience of working with third party suppliers, both on-site and off. A good understanding of health and safety policy and procedures. In return for your skills, you’ll receive access to a company car, mobile phone and laptop, and one of the best employee benefits packages in the automotive industry, including private healthcare, life assurance and generous staff 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 East Scotland
22/01/2019
Passionate about cars? Great. Passionate about customer service? Even better. We’re currently looking for Product Geniuses to create an exceptional customer experience in-branch and help customers get excited about our products. Hours You'll work a 5-day week on a set rota that includes weekends (44 hours per week). About the role Our Product Geniuses are devoted to learning about our products so they can help our customers make the right choice when they buy a vehicle – they’re our in-branch experts. This will be a great fit for a customer service superstar who is full of bright ideas about how to create an exceptional experience. Day-to-day duties Helping your branch with various marketing activities – from snapping great stock images of our products to dreaming up inspiring content for our social media platforms. Preparing the showroom and cars for the day ahead. Organising and accompanying customers on test-drives. Swotting up on our vehicles and manufacturers. Learning about our products so you can help our customers find the perfect fit. Providing relevant information and being there for our customers with all the answers. Essential skills You’ll be a confident communicator who understands that a positive attitude gets great results. Willingness to go the extra mile. From the initial exploration stages to the final handover and aftersales assistance, you’ll be responsible for ensuring an outstanding customer journey that’s memorable for all the right reasons. A full UK driving license that’s been held for a minimum of one year. As happy working on your own initiative as you are in a team. You’ll get plenty of training, but we are looking for candidates with a thirst for knowledge and an ability to learn. We’d expect you to be a great team player. If you make the cut, you’ll benefit from excellent working conditions, extensive training, life assurance and private health care – making our package one of the best in the industry. 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 East Scotland
22/01/2019
We’re recruiting for a committed and efficient Workshop Controller for our Livingston Vauxhall branch. Hours Full time, Monday – Friday 8am – 5.30pm (30 minutes’ lunch). Alternate Saturdays (shifts dependant on branch). About the role As a Workshop Controller for Arnold Clark, you’ll work with the Service Manager to deliver a high level of productivity and an excellent standard of first-time repair, while making sure you always maintain a clean, safe and professional workshop. This role would be ideal for an organised, quick-thinking person with previous motor industry experience, looking to develop their career and move into a management role. The ability to keep to deadlines and react quickly to technical challenges is important, and you should enjoy working in a fast-paced environment. Day-to-day duties Managing and coaching a team of vehicle technicians and apprentices, making sure targets and business objectives are met. Making sure all servicing work is carried out correctly, competently and on time, with customer satisfaction in mind. Ensuring that all your working practices comply with company, DVSA, health and safety and manufacturer policy. Working with colleagues and other departments to ensure a seamless service for customers. Scheduling work to meet customer needs, taking into account workshop targets, the complexity of each job and the availability of parts. Providing estimates for servicing and repairs and setting timescales. Assisting technicians with technical challenges and finding the right outcome. Accurately recording technician time and writing technical reports and recommendations. Essential skills Relevant experience in the automotive industry, including previous workshop control or technician roles. High levels of organisation and accuracy. Strong IT skills. Fantastic interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate well with customers and colleagues across other departments, both face-to-face and via email. The ability to lead by example and motivate your team to achieve their targets and deliver a high standard of work. Ability to create more work opportunities and sales in an honest and compliant manner. In return for your skills and experience, you’ll receive a competitive salary, opportunities for further management and system training, and a rewarding bonus scheme. You’ll also enjoy one of the best employee benefits packages in the industry, including private healthcare, life assurance and generous staff discounts. Employment within the Arnold Clark Group is offered subject to satisfactory reference and disclosure checks. Only successful candidates will be contacted for interview.  
Arnold Clark East Scotland
22/01/2019
We’re recruiting for a Trainee Account Executive (Commercial Insurance), who’s keen to learn and grow their career in a busy corporate insurance environment in our Edinburgh office. Hours Full-time, Monday to Friday, rotational shifts between 8am and 6pm, 37.5 hours per week, as well as rotational Saturdays. About the role As our Trainee Account Executive, you’ll support our Commercial Executives, ensuring both new and existing customers receive the best possible level of service from us. You’ll be target-driven, work well in a busy environment and be able to multitask to cover the wide range of tasks that the department demands. Day-to-day duties Helping our existing customers make changes to their policies. Using the outbound dialler to connect to people and introduce the services of the insurance division, generating leads for our existing executives. Accurately updating various systems and insurer portals with customer risk information. Administration duties as required. Document mail pack preparation. Essential skills Strong communication and influencing skills. Multi-tasking and the ability to work on their own initiative. Accuracy with data entry. Knowledge of Microsoft Office. Ability to work to targets. As well as being supported in gaining your insurance qualifications, you can expect excellent working conditions and one of the best employee benefit packages in the automotive industry, including free private healthcare, company car, Flexitime and generous staff 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 West Scotland
22/01/2019
At Arnold Clark, our staff are key to us achieving our goal of creating market-leading digital products that will put us at the forefront of automotive retailing. As a result, we are seeking a talented and experienced Front End developer to join our talented product development team, based at our vibrant new head office in Hillington (Glasgow). This is a fantastic opportunity to be involved in some exciting and high-profile projects. We are building a team of genuinely talented and passionate developers who will be focused on doing things “the right way”. The successful candidate will have a passion for delivering high quality web applications and have a strong attention to detail. You should be driven and organised with exceptional problem-solving skills, as well as being a good communicator and a creative thinker. You will be used to working under pressure and have a positive outlook. Key duties: • Working with designers to rapidly prototype ideas • Implementing designs in responsive interfaces • Advocating for the end user in terms of UI and UX • Working with product owners and stakeholders to provide continuous business value following agile principles Key skills: • Expert level of experience with HTML, CSS and JS • Working experience of JavaScript frameworks, particularly React. • Ability to hand-code valid, semantic and accessible HTML • Knowledge of cross browser/platform/device concerns in order to provide a unified customer experience • Experience of a Version Control System such as git or svn • Ability to write unit and integration tests for front end applications Desirable skills: • Experience with a CSS pre-processor such as SASS or PostCSS • Exposure to full stack development in dotnet or Ruby on Rails • Knowledge of NodeJS • Basic understanding of latest ES6 features in JavaScript • TDD and/or BDD Don’t be fooled by the fact we sell cars. Our business is changing to meet the needs of today’s development community, and as a result, you can expect the following benefits and perks when you work for us: • Flexi-time • Remote working • Training and conference fund • Amazing working environment • Casual dress • Private medical insurance • Contributory pension scheme • Life assurance • Discount on vehicle purchase, servicing, parts and rental • Cycle to work scheme • High-powered laptop and choice between working on a Mac or PC   EMPLOYMENT WITHIN THE ARNOLD CLARK GROUP IS OFFERED SUBJECT TO SATISFACTORY REFERENCE AND DISCLOSURE CHECK. Only successful candidates will be contacted for interview.  #LI-CM2
Arnold Clark West Scotland
22/01/2019
We’re recruiting for an organised and proactive B2B Data Analyst to be based at our head office in Hillington, Glasgow. Hours Full time, Monday – Friday (45 hours) About the role As a B2B Data Analyst, you’ll research and identify new business sales, leasing and daily rental opportunities for Arnold Clark. Working in a busy office environment, the ideal candidate will have in-depth knowledge of the fleet/vehicle management industry, excellent data management and research skills and the ability to establish a rapport with new clients. Day-to-day duties Researching organisations. Identifying and creating business opportunities. Contacting potential clients via email or by phone and setting up face-to-face meetings. Collating and analysing data from dual systems. Preparing management reports. Providing support for our sales teams. Liaising with internal departments and external clients. Essential skills Strong communication and IT skills. An in-depth knowledge of the industry. Excellent time management and high levels of organisation. The ability to meet deadlines and targets. Previous experience of using CRM systems. A positive and self-motivated approach. A focus on delivering great customer service. Nice to have (but not essential) An understanding of Microsoft Excel is required, but training will be given for the right candidate. In return for your skills, you’ll receive one of the best employee benefits packages in the industry, including a lunch subsidy, Flexitime, free private healthcare, life assurance and generous staff retail discounts. Employment within the Arnold Clark Group is offered subject to satisfactory reference and disclosure check. #LI-CM2 Only successful candidates will be contacted for interview. #LI-CM2
Arnold Clark West Scotland
22/01/2019
We’re recruiting for a Service Manager Trainer/Mentor based at Arnold Clark head office in Hillington, Glasgow with extensive travel across the UK. Hours Full time, Monday–Friday 8am–5.30pm Flexible working is available with this role. About the role As a Service Manager Trainer/Mentor, you will be on hand to provide training and support to new and upcoming service managers within the Arnold Clark Group. You will visit our branches to deliver staff training and career development, as well as follow-up support in the workplace. The ideal candidate will be genuinely enthusiastic about training and mentoring staff and be focused on delivering positive results. Day-to-day duties Reviewing and appraising the progress of manager training. Travelling to various UK sites to deliver training. Producing action plans and discussing performance with senior management. Delivering classroom training to new and aspiring managers. Upholding company values and standards at all times. Working both on your own initiative and in a team environment. Essential skills 5 years’ experience in service management. Strong communication skills and the ability to influence others. Comprehensive knowledge of Kerridge. Ability to write and deliver presentations to a high standard. Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications. Ability to multi-task and be highly organised. High levels of motivation and the ability to successfully delegate. Great attention to detail and time management skills. A focus on delivering customer satisfaction. A proactive and enthusiastic approach. A full driving licence held for a minimum of one year. In return, you will receive access to a company car, mobile and laptop, plus future training and career development opportunities. You’ll also enjoy one of the best employee benefits packages in the automotive industry, including private healthcare, life assurance and generous staff 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 North Scotland
22/01/2019
We’re recruiting for an enthusiastic, friendly Site Maintenance Operative to join our Mercedes-Benz Perth branch. Hours Full time, 8.00am – 5.00pm, Monday to Friday About the role As our new Site Maintenance Worker, you’ll be responsible for keeping our dealership and the surrounding areas in pristine condition. You’ll be confident doing small jobs around the branch as required, including odd jobs with a bit of driving, and organising our car parks. You’ll have great DIY skills and take the initiative needed to make our dealership a better place. You’ll have a pleasant personality, and as a valued team member, you’ll always be willing to help and self-motivated enough to do a great job. Day-to-day duties Opening the branch to customers in the morning. Tidying the dealership to keep it litter-free. Gritting and clearing all public and staff areas in the dealership when the weather is poor. Communicating with management about what’s required on a daily basis. Organising the movement of vehicles around the car park for Sales and Service. Delivering and collecting vehicles. Essential skills The ability to work independently, and as part of a team. Great DIY skills. A pleasant personality, as you may be dealing face-to-face with customers. Good communication skills. The ability to multi-task and display a good level of initiative. A reasonable knowledge of health and safety. Nice to have (but not essential) Some basic computer skills. In return for your skills, you’ll receive one of the best employee benefits packages in the automotive industry, including health insurance, life assurance and generous 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 North Scotland
22/01/2019
We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Valeter to join our Aberdeen Toyota branch. Hours Monday - Friday 8.00am - 5.00pm. About the role As an Arnold Clark Valeter, you’ll be responsible for ensuring all our vehicles are presented in sparkling condition. This position will be a perfect fit for someone who enjoys working in an active, physical role, has meticulous attention to detail and is a fantastic team player. Day-to-day duties Cleaning sold and stock vehicles to a high standard. Cleaning vehicles externally with a high-powered pressure washer. Using a high-powered vacuum to clean and shampoo vehicle interiors. Working with a polishing/buffing machine to enhance bodywork. Complying with health and safety procedures while working with chemicals. Making sure that all equipment and machinery is properly maintained and secure at all times, reporting any defects and complying with manufacturers’ instructions and PPE recommendations. Working to set timeframes and targets. Completing a daily record of work completed. Other duties to support the branch as required. Essential skills Full driving licence held for a minimum of 12 months. High level of attention to detail. Self-motivation with the ability to work as part of a team. The ability to multi-task Willingness to participate in training programmes. Valet experience is preferred, but training can be provided for a candidate who demonstrates a high level of enthusiasm and the other required criteria. Arnold Clark also operates a Valet Academy which all new valet staff will attend. In return, you will benefit from 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.
Arnold Clark North Scotland
22/01/2019
We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Valeter to join our Aberdeen Ford Langstracht branch. Hours Monday - Friday 8.00am - 4.30pm. About the role As an Arnold Clark Valeter, you’ll be responsible for ensuring all our vehicles are presented in sparkling condition. This position will be a perfect fit for someone who enjoys working in an active, physical role, has meticulous attention to detail and is a fantastic team player. Day-to-day duties Cleaning sold and stock vehicles to a high standard. Cleaning vehicles externally with a high-powered pressure washer. Using a high-powered vacuum to clean and shampoo vehicle interiors. Working with a polishing/buffing machine to enhance bodywork. Complying with health and safety procedures while working with chemicals. Making sure that all equipment and machinery is properly maintained and secure at all times, reporting any defects and complying with manufacturers’ instructions and PPE recommendations. Working to set timeframes and targets. Completing a daily record of work completed. Other duties to support the branch as required. Essential skills Full driving licence held for a minimum of 12 months. High level of attention to detail. Self-motivation with the ability to work as part of a team. The ability to multi-task Willingness to participate in training programmes. Valet experience is preferred, but training can be provided for a candidate who demonstrates a high level of enthusiasm and the other required criteria. Arnold Clark also operates a Valet Academy which all new valet staff will attend. In return, you will benefit from 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.
Arnold Clark North Scotland
22/01/2019
We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Valeter to join our Car & Van Rental branch in Aberdeen. Hours 42.5 hours per week covering carious shifts including evenings and weekends. About the role As an Arnold Clark Valeter, your overall aim will be to prepare vehicles for rental and ensure high standards are delivered throughout the process. The successful candidate will have an efficient, professional attitude and demonstrate fantastic attention to detail, with a strong commitment to customer satisfaction and keeping our branch running smoothly. Day-to-day duties Cleaning all branch vehicles to a high standard. Following instruction from management and acting with professionalism. Working as part of a team to deliver excellent results. Maintaining good relationships between branches. Complying with health and safety procedures while working with chemicals. Ensuring that vehicles are delivered and returned on time. Working on your own initiative to keep bays clean and workplace tidy. Other duties to support the branch as required. Essential skills Full driving licence held for a minimum of 12 months. Respectful and courteous attitude to driving. Ability to use valet materials effectively and safely. High level of attention to detail. Strong communication skills. Self-motivation with the ability to work as part of a team. The ability to multi-task and work efficiently Willingness to participate in training programmes. In return, you will benefit from 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.
Arnold Clark Central Scotland
22/01/2019
Finally. A car sales job that sells itself. Forget suits, ties and devoting your entire life to the showroom floor. Instead, say hello to a car sales role that gives you permission to be yourself, showcase your amazing customer service skills and enjoy every working day to the full. As an Arnold Clark Product Consultant at our Grangemouth Renault/Dacia branch, you’ll help us to shake off all those outdated car industry clichés and drive modern car retailing towards a diverse and exciting future. From our comfortable uniforms and range of staff benefits to our five-day working week commission structure, we’re giving you all the tools to succeed – and still enjoy your life outside work. You also don’t need to be a car fanatic to be a Product Consultant (although we like those, too!) All we ask is that you love helping people, have buckets of energy and enthusiasm and can rise to any challenges along the way. Sound like you? Here’s what you’ll do. Deliver outstanding, 5-star service for every customer – that means going the extra mile for everyone who walks through the door. Build and maintain lasting and sincere relationships with customers, both in person and over the phone. Sell the right sales package for the customer, from finance to servicing, with integrity and professionalism at the top of your list. Go out of your way to get customers excited about our incredible range of new and used cars. Shine on camera, as you create and send personalised video presentations to potential customers. Co-ordinate the order and delivery of vehicles and keep everything running smoothly. Meet those monthly sales expectations and customer experience standards like a boss. Work as part of a dynamic team to make sure deadlines are met and we always make good on our promises. Stay in touch with our customers to offer them a great aftersales experience. Make sure you’re on the ball, honest and reliable, staying fully compliant with Finance Conduct Authority legislation. What we need from you… Whether you’ve worked in retail, a call centre or a sales environment, you’ll need a proven ability to deliver fantastic customer service. It’s been the foundation of the company since 1954. Fantastic communication, organisation and people skills – we want people who love what they do! Bags of energy and enthusiasm. An understanding that being organised and remembering the little details helps us to deliver our promises and exceed expectations. The desire to have a career that’s lasting and fulfilling. A full driving licence held for a minimum of 1 year. If you think you’re the right person for this fantastic new opportunity, apply online now. We’re looking forward to meeting you. 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 North Scotland
22/01/2019
Finally. A car sales job that sells itself. Forget suits, ties and devoting your entire life to the showroom floor. Instead, say hello to a car sales role that gives you permission to be yourself, showcase your amazing customer service skills and enjoy every working day to the full. As an Arnold Clark Product Consultant at [branch name], you’ll help us to shake off all those outdated car industry clichés and drive modern car retailing towards a diverse and exciting future. From our comfortable uniforms and range of staff benefits to our five-day working week commission structure, we’re giving you all the tools to succeed – and still enjoy your life outside work. You also don’t need to be a car fanatic to be a Product Consultant (although we like those, too!) All we ask is that you love helping people, have buckets of energy and enthusiasm and can rise to any challenges along the way. Sound like you? Here’s what you’ll do. Deliver outstanding, 5-star service for every customer – that means going the extra mile for everyone who walks through the door. Build and maintain lasting and sincere relationships with customers, both in person and over the phone. Sell the right sales package for the customer, from finance to servicing, with integrity and professionalism at the top of your list. Go out of your way to get customers excited about our incredible range of new and used cars. Shine on camera, as you create and send personalised video presentations to potential customers. Co-ordinate the order and delivery of vehicles and keep everything running smoothly. Meet those monthly sales expectations and customer experience standards like a boss. Work as part of a dynamic team to make sure deadlines are met and we always make good on our promises. Stay in touch with our customers to offer them a great aftersales experience. Make sure you’re on the ball, honest and reliable, staying fully compliant with Finance Conduct Authority legislation. What we need from you… Whether you’ve worked in retail, a call centre or a sales environment, you’ll need a proven ability to deliver fantastic customer service. It’s been the foundation of the company since 1954. Fantastic communication, organisation and people skills – we want people who love what they do! Bags of energy and enthusiasm. An understanding that being organised and remembering the little details helps us to deliver our promises and exceed expectations. The desire to have a career that’s lasting and fulfilling. A full driving licence held for a minimum of 1 year. If you think you’re the right person for this fantastic new opportunity, apply online now. We’re looking forward to meeting you. 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 North Scotland
22/01/2019
We’re looking for an organised and approachable Accounts Assistant for our Renault branch in Dundee. Hours Full-time, Monday – Friday, 8:30am–5.00pm About the role As an Accounts Assistant at Arnold Clark, you will report to the Branch Accountant and will be responsible for the daily processing of key accounts functions such as cash, bank, purchase ledger and sales ledger. The ideal candidate will have a keen eye for detail and be a fantastic team player, and be able to demonstrate previous experience of working within an accounts department. Day-to-day duties Daily cash handling, posting and allocating all cash receipts from our vehicle sales and aftersales departments. Daily posting and allocation of bank transactions and bank statement reconciliation. Daily registering and allocation of purchase invoices and liaising with department management for invoice authorisation when necessary. Monthly supplier statement reconciliations. Daily credit control. Chairing the monthly credit control meeting with department management and taking minutes. Essential skills Previous experience of working in an accounts role. Great communication skills. Excellent attention to detail and high levels of accuracy. Polite telephone manner. A proactive and process-driven approach. Good levels of numeracy and literacy. Team player who works well meeting daily demands. A strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office particularly Excel would be preferred, but training can be provided. In return, you’ll receive an employee benefits package that is among the best in the industry, including private healthcare, a Group pension scheme, life assurance and training. 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 North Scotland
22/01/2019
We’re looking for a qualified, experienced Panel Beater to work in our Aberdeen Menzies Road Bodyshop. Hours Monday – Thursday, 8.00am – 5.30pm, Friday 8.00am – 4.30pm About the role Working as part of an efficient team, you’ll take great pride in repairing damaged vehicles to their former glory, following written and verbal instructions, and manufacturer guidelines. This position will be ideal for someone with a passion for repairing accident-damaged vehicles to the highest possible standard. Day-to-day duties Following written instructions. Replacing and repairing damaged panels. Welding new panels into place. Stripping and rebuilding accident-damaged vehicles. Safely and correctly using a range of hand and power tools. Essential skills Full experience in accident damage repair A high level of skill in panel beating. Ability to follow instructions effectively. In return for your skills, you’ll receive one of the best employee benefits packages in the industry, including life assurance, training, private health care and generous discounts on new and used cars. Employment within the Arnold Clark Group is offered subject to satisfactory reference and disclosure checks. Only successful candidates will be contacted for interview.
Arnold Clark North Scotland
22/01/2019
We’re recruiting for a Weekend Receptionist at our popular Aberdeen Fiat branch. Salary Dependent on experience Hours Weekends, Saturday 9.00am - 6.00pm and Sunday 11.00am - 6.30pm. About the role At Arnold Clark, we believe that first impressions count and that outstanding service should be begin the moment our customers enter the showroom. As a Receptionist/Showroom Host, you’ll greet our customers both face-to-face and on the phone in a friendly and professional way. From putting them in touch with the right person to offering them a cup of tea and a place to sit, you’ll be able to deliver fantastic customer service, stay on top of daily admin and maintain branch standards with enthusiasm and a smile. Day-to-day duties Acting as the first point of contact for our customers, in person or on the phone. Managing a large volume of customer calls via a busy switchboard and dealing with enquiries effectively and efficiently. Making sure the branch is kept tidy and presentable and that customers are well taken care of. Assisting with general administrative duties when required. Going the extra mile for customers and working positively and proactively as part of a team. Essential skills Previous experience in a similar customer service role. Excellent interpersonal skills. Polite, helpful professional telephone manner and appearance. High standards of organisation and the ability to multi-task. A genuine interest in delivering great service and going the extra mile for customers. Able to answer calls and carry out admin duties with accuracy and attention to detail. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Good standards of computer literacy, and knowledge of Microsoft Office. In return for your customer service skills, you’ll receive excellent working conditions, training and one of the best employee benefit packages in the industry, including free private healthcare, life assurance and generous 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 North Scotland
22/01/2019
We’re recruiting for a committed and customer focused Parts Advisor to join our Inverness Peugeot branch.  Hours Monday – Friday 8.00am – 5.30pm About the role Arnold Clark Parts Advisors play a vital role in the daily running of our Parts departments, communicating effectively between customers and staff and making sure that the right parts are found for the job. You will be a fantastic team player with great interpersonal skills and a commitment to learning and developing in your role. High levels of organisation and attention to detail are required, as well as the ability to work well under pressure while delivering excellent customer service. Day-to-day duties Working with customers to meet their requirements and giving advice on additional parts and services. Matching orders against stock items and sourcing parts, while offering competitive prices. Working as a team and independently to reach set goals and KPIs. Delivering fantastic customer service while remaining efficient and focused on your tasks. Incoming and outgoing call handling, face-to-face transactions and IT-based communications. Managing goods in and out. Working with suppliers, placing orders or returns and processing paperwork accurately. Cash handling. Essential skills Modern apprenticeship or equivalent qualification in Vehicle Parts. A high level of accuracy with the ability to multi-task efficiently. High standards of self-discipline and organisation. Excellent communication and influencing skills. Good levels of computer literacy. Proven customer service and call handling skills. A proactive and positive approach, with the motivation to succeed. Ability to work both independently and as part of a busy team. Nice to have (but not essential) Previous experience of dealer management and parts catalogue systems. Previous warehouse or logistics experience. Knowledge of health and safety regulations. A full clean driving licence held for a minimum of one year. In return for your skills, you’ll receive extensive training at our Parts Academy and lots of opportunities for job progression. You’ll also enjoy one of the best employee benefits packages in the automotive industry, including private healthcare, life assurance and generous staff 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 West Scotland
22/01/2019
We’re recruiting for a confident and experienced Payroll Administrator for our Head Office in Hillington. Hours Full time, Monday – Friday 8.30am - 5.00pm Flexible working is available within this role About the role Arnold Clark is a company of over 12,000 employees, and at our busy head office in Hillington, our Payroll department ensures that staff are paid on time and in accordance with HMRC rules. As Payroll Administrator you will work methodically to process payments and bank details and have a proven background in a payroll environment. A high level of accuracy and ability to deal efficiently with enquiries are required for this varied role. Day-to-day duties Processing new starter information. Dealing with staff payment enquiries. Updating bank details. Adjusting pay when there are changes in an employee’s jobs/hours. Assisting Group management with queries about our internal time management system. Processing statutory payments. Assisting HR with figures and enquiries. General office duties as required. Essential skills CIPP accredited or working towards CIPP qualification Excellent attention to detail and the ability to multi-task. Ability to work well in a team. Proven experience in a similar role. Able to demonstrate reliability and honesty. Fantastic communication skills. The ability to plan and prioritise workload. Knowledge of statutory payment rules. The ability to handle personal and sensitive detail with the utmost discretion. A working knowledge of Microsoft Office, particularly Excel. Knowledge of payroll software (Resource Link - preferred but not essential) In return for your experience, you will receive flexible hours and excellent working conditions, plus training in software and our internal systems. You will also enjoy one of the best employee benefits packages in the industry, including a monthly lunch subsidy, private health insurance, life assurance and generous employee 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 West Scotland
22/01/2019
We are looking for an enthusiastic and motivated Valeter to join our Linwood Toyota branch. Hours Monday - Friday 8.00am - 5.00pm About the role As an Arnold Clark Valeter, you’ll be responsible for ensuring all our vehicles are presented in sparkling condition. This position will be a perfect fit for someone who enjoys working in an active, physical role, has meticulous attention to detail and is a fantastic team player. Day-to-day duties Cleaning sold and stock vehicles to a high standard. Cleaning vehicles externally with a high-powered pressure washer. Using a high-powered vacuum to clean and shampoo vehicle interiors. Working with a polishing/buffing machine to enhance bodywork. Complying with health and safety procedures while working with chemicals. Making sure that all equipment and machinery is properly maintained and secure at all times, reporting any defects and complying with manufacturers’ instructions and PPE recommendations. Working to set timeframes and targets. Completing a daily record of work completed. Other duties to support the branch as required. Essential skills Full driving licence held for a minimum of 12 months. High level of attention to detail. Self-motivation with the ability to work as part of a team. The ability to multi-task Willingness to participate in training programmes. Valet experience is preferred, but training can be provided for a candidate who demonstrates a high level of enthusiasm and the other required criteria. Arnold Clark also operates a Valet Academy which all new valet staff will attend. In return, you will benefit from 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.