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Assistant Aftersales Manager (34k + Car - Motor Industry)

Job Description

VANRATH have partnered with one of Northern Irelands' most established family-run car dealerships. The organisation is recruiting a Assistant Aftersales Manager position.

This is a fantastic opportunity for any Motor Industry experienced individual to join a longstanding company that offers many routes for progression.

Monday - Friday 8am-5.30pm, Saturday rota 9am-1pm - Permanent role

Place of work is North Down / Bangor


£30,000-£34,000 + Commission + Company Car + Fantastic benefits, company pension scheme, 30 days holidays.


  • Ensure smooth running and day to day activity of the Service & Parts Department
  • Manage stock effectively and provide efficient service to the workshop and also trade/retail customers
  • Support the Service department with booking in vehicles for service, maintenance and repairs, liaise with the workshop team to manage daily workload
  • Developing relationships and providing great product knowledge and creating an exceptional customer experience
  • Ensure all aftersales processes are carried out effectively and to manufacturer requirements (including retail, internal and warranty work)

The Ideal Candidate:

  • 2 years+ experience in similar role
  • Experience in Motor industry, or else After-sales service experience is preferred
  • Great team player
  • Driving License required

For further information on this vacancy, or any other Business Support roles in Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Jack Groves in the strictest confidence.

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