Would you like to work and learn by assisting a trained technician? Would you like to work with the latest equipment and technology, in a friendly environment and with excellent career prospects?
Then you should become a Technician’s Assistant at National Windscreens in EXETER.
About the job
You will work together with a trained technician as part of a two-man team and assist with the removal of glass products from all types of vehicles safely and learn how to replace new products and relevant components.
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This is a customer facing role so good communication skills and a professional attitude is expected at all times.
Attention to detail is paramount and as you are assigned to an experienced technician you will continually learn the skills required to become a fully trained technician.
A driving licence is desirable, but not essential as we do offer financial assistance to support employees with attaining their driving licence.
You need to be eligible to work in the UK.
For your safety and our own, we will do an identity and basic criminal record check together with employment history checks.
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Does this sound like a great opportunity for you? Apply today, we look forward to hearing from you!
National Recognised Qualifications
Our Culture & Values
National Windscreens is the UK's largest independent automotive glass repair and replacement specialist. We are a group of family-founded companies with locations all over the UK. The family feel is something we incorporate in our everyday work life. Together, we create a caring and inspiring work environment. The company operates more than 100 fitting centres and over 800 mobile technicians throughout the country. Thanks to our specialist competence, a high level of customer service and convenient locations, customers choose to come to us. We also provide coverage throughout Europe through membership of the Automotive Glass Europe network.
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100+ fitting centresFull coverage of British Isles
Career progressionFrom assistant windscreen technician to trainee and then experienced fitter, progress can be as rapid as you make it, often taking less than 2 years between each progression.
Repair focusBy repairing instead of replacing a windscreen, we save 44 kg CO2 equivalent emissions.
Earn while you learn- as a Trainee Technician
Fastest growthNational Windscreens is the UK's fastest growing vehicle glass repair & replacement specialist.