Parts Consultant Apprenticeship - Dingwall

Are you interested in a career in the retail motor industry and working with the exciting range of Suzuki vehicles? Able to show that you can work well as part of a team and listen carefully and respond to colleagues? Able to demonstrate an interest in computers and advanced vehicle technology? Willing to provide excellent service to our customers? Willing to study hard in order to achieve success in your apprenticeship and your future with Iveco?

As a parts apprentice you would be involved in a variety of tasks ranging from dealing with technicians, other companies and the general public, answering the telephone, taking orders, ordering parts and checking parts also putting stock orders away.

What skills will I learn?

  • Good technical knowledge and general knowledge of how motor vehicles work
  • Good communication skills
  • Up to date with technical knowledge to be able to provide an efficient service
  • The ability to work on your own initiative and as part of a team
  • Confidence in problem solving.

We recommend you apply and register with us irrelevant of what grades you gained at National level. We will then be able to contact you and advise you of the employer's requirements and when other vacancies become available in your area. We can also support you in completing your Core Skills which is a mandatory requirement needed for all apprenticeships. We are looking for candidates who see this as a career and not just a job.

To apply contact Jeannette Aitchison on: or 07968241280 or apply via online application

This Modern Apprenticeship level SCQF level 6/7 / SVQ level 3 will be based in Dingwall.  Required qualifications: SCQF 4-5 (National 4, intermediate 1, General standard grade, SVQ1)

Salary per annum: £7200.00. Working hours: Full-time 40 hours per week

Closing date: 23/02/2018

Posted by DYW I&C on 19 January 2018 at 09:43

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