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 Parts Advisor
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Ref: B27619
Job Details:
Motor Trade Jobs, Automotive Vacancies: Automotive Trainee Parts Advisor required in Bedford, Bedfordshire Term: Full Time, Permanent Salary: £18,000 Plus Bonus Hours: 42.
Sectors: Other Driving
Location: Home Counties-Bedfordshire
Salary: £18,000 per annum

 Parts Advisor
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Ref: WB113
Job Details:
Motor Trade Jobs, Automotive Vacancies: Automotive Trainee Parts Advisor required in Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire Term: Full Time, Permanent Salary: £18,000 Plus Bonus Hours: 42.
Sectors: Other Driving
Location: Anglia-Cambridgeshire
Salary: £19,000 to £21,000 per annum

 Automotive Quality Manager
Driven Motor Jobs
Ref: WB271118
Job Details:
Automotive Vacancies - Motor Trade Jobs - Quality Manager - Business Admin - Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire.
Sectors: Depot Manager , Other Driving
Location: Anglia, Anglia-Cambridgeshire, Anglia-Norfolk, Anglia-Suffolk, Home Counties, Home Counties-Bedfordshire, Home Counties-Berkshire, Home Counties-Buckinghamshire, Home Counties-Essex, Home Counties-Hertfordshire, Home Counties-Kent
Salary: £24,000 per annum

 Customer Advisor
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Ref: H627
Job Details:
Motor Trade Jobs, Automotive Vacancies: Customer Advisor  required in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire.
Sectors: Other Driving
Location: Anglia-Cambridgeshire
Salary: £20,000 to £25,000 per annum

 Workshop Controller
Driven Motor Jobs
Ref: H270619
Job Details:
Motor Trade Jobs, Automotive Vacancies: Workshop Controller required in Cambridgeshire   Salary: £30,000 Basic £38,000 OTE Term: Full Time, Permanent Motor Trade Jobs / Automotive Vacancies: Workshop Controller required for Automotive Main Dealer - Technician Jobs - Cambridgeshire An exciting opportunity has arisen for a successful and motivated Workshop Controller to work within a Main Dealership.
Sectors: Operations Manager, Other Driving, Transport / Warehouse Manager
Location: Anglia-Cambridgeshire
Salary: £30,000 per annum

 Service Advisor
Driven Motor Jobs
Ref: NR27619
Job Details:
Automotive Service Advisor, Jobs in Norfolk - Motor Trade Jobs in Norfolk Location: Norwich, Norfolk.
Sectors: Other Driving
Location: Anglia-Norfolk
Salary: £18,000 to £22,000 per annum

 Motorcycle Technician
Driven Motor Jobs
Ref: SW270319
Job Details:
Automotive Jobs - Motor Trade Jobs - Motorcycle Technician - South West London Salary: up to £26,000 per annum Hours: 8.
Sectors: Other Driving
Location: London, London - Central/West End, London - City/Docklands, London - East, London - North, London - North West, London - South East, London - South West, London - West
Salary: £24,000 to £26,000 per annum

 Warehouse Operative
Ref: CCM001WOX2
Job Details:
3 X Operatives needed for a Manual Handling, Heavy Lifting for a courier company in the outskirts of Cambridge.
Sectors: Transport / Warehouse Manager
Location: Anglia-Cambridgeshire
Salary: £9.50 per hour

 Business Manager
Driven Motor Jobs
Ref: IP26619
Job Details:
Motor Trade Jobs / Automotive Vacancies: Business Manager / Transaction Manager / Sales Controller required in Ipswich, Suffolk Term: Full-time, Permanent.
Sectors: Other Driving
Location: Anglia-Suffolk
Salary: £45,000 per annum

 Drivers Mates
Ref: prDM0619
Job Details:
Blue Arrow have a great opportunity for Drivers Mates with our Prestigious client, a very well-known household brand across the UK based on Hill Barton Industrial Estate, Exeter.
Sectors: Other Driving
Location: South West-Devon
Salary: £8.21 per hour

 
How to Find an Agency

There are numerous ways to find a recruitment agency:

  1. Take a walk around your home town and see which ones have offices.
  2. Look in the Yellow Pages or industry-specific journals.
  3. Search on the Internet
  4. Ask friends and family, if they work in a similar industry to you.

Contacting the agency
When you've decided on the agency or agencies that you want to register with, you'll need to do the following:

  1. Make sure that you have an up-to-date CV. See our CV Tips section for advice.
  2. Decide on whether you're looking for temporary or permanent work.
  3. Choose your geographic locations for your new job carefully. How far are you prepared to travel on a daily basis? Are you prepared to commute or relocate?
  4. Consider your expected salary. Don't just stick to what you're already on.
  5. Find out how the agency wants you to register. Is it by email or face-to-face appointment? A lot of agencies these days want you to email your CV to them first.
  6. If registration is by email only, make sure that you get a reply from a real person.
  7. If you need to arrange a face-to-face appointment, call the agency explaining your current situation and expectations. They'll then arrange a registration interview.

The registration interview
An interview with a recruitment agency can be just as daunting as an interview with a prospective employer. Here are few tips to help you out.

  1. Make sure that you have your current CV with you. The agency will probably already have asked you to email it to them, but it's worth taking it along.
  2. Make sure that you know exactly who you are seeing, where you are seeing them and at what time. If necessary print out a map.
  3. Dress as if you were meeting a new employer.
  4. If you're applying for temporary work, you'll need to have your National Insurance (NI) number, tax details and bank account number handy.
  5. You might have to do some tests, so be prepared! Ask before you attend the appointment to avoid unnecessary stress.
  6. You'll get asked the usual questions: why are you looking for a new job, where do you want work geographically, what are your salary expectations etc. Make sure that you know all this information beforehand.
  7. You'll also get asked to discuss your employment history. If there are any gaps where you were unemployed - be honest.
  8. Sometimes you may get asked to describe your strengths and weaknesses or to sum up your personality in 5 words.
  9. Once the interview is over, you'll then be registered on the agency's database and they can start actively looking around.

After the registration interview

  1. Thank the agency for their time.
  2. Get a business card so you have a contact.
  3. Call the agency on a regular basis to see if any suitable jobs have come up.
  4. If you find work by other means, be sure to tell them so you can be taken off their books.


 
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