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1 day ago

Vehicle Technician – new

Volkswagen Weston-super-Mare, England

If you would like to be considered for the role please submit a copy of your CV and a cover… InAutomotive.com


1 day ago

Service Advisor – new

Volkswagen Weston-super-Mare, England

If you are interested in being considered for the role please submit your CV and cover… InAutomotive.com


5 days ago

Compound Controller

Volkswagen Weston-super-Mare, England

Organising vehicles in the compound to facilitate servicing and repair Monitoring stock for damage and cleanliness Liaising with the workshop to… InAutomotive.com


1 day ago

Sales Administrator – new

Volkswagen Weston-super-Mare, England

In return we offer a competitive salary, 22 days annual leave plus bank holidays, discounts on various products and services, continuous career… InAutomotive.com


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    Pros

    Working in the automotive field is not gravy by any measure. There is a lot asked from the technician, and a lot of responsibility placed on his shoulders. Volkswagen, pays slightly more than other brands, and the continuity between dealerships is pretty good. Just be ready for a lot of feast or famine scenarios.

    Cons

    The cons are most definitely the famine months of the winter. Industry slows down, people drive less, and you get fewer cars in for repairs. The dealership does nothing to mitigate this famine for the technician, because you are flat-rate.

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    Pay your techs better, they haven't gotten a raise (industry wide) since the 80's, but you require four times as much from them.

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