Panel beater job description

Panel beater job description

Panel beaters, or vehicle body repairers, are responsible for the repair of the bodywork of vehicles. You will use various metalwork techniques to remove dents, repair rusted section, and fix panels together. You will need to finish the bodywork in a way that matches...
Vehicle manufacturing worker job description

Vehicle manufacturing worker job description

A vehicle manufacturing worker usually works as part of a team to build vehicles. This role is also referred to as production worker, assembly line worker, or motor vehicle assembler. You will usually be assigned to part of the production line where you will be...
Vehicle fitter job description

Vehicle fitter job description

Vehicle fitters are responsible for replacing or repairing parts that have been damaged or worn. These typically include batteries, exhausts, or tyres. You could work on vehicles from motorcycles to lorries depending on what your employer specialises in. This work is...
Fleet manager job description

Fleet manager job description

A fleet manager is responsible for the vehicles that are owned by large companies, government agencies, or any other major organisation. This role could be responsible for a range of fleet sizes – from tens, to thousands of vehicles. Fleet managers are involved...
Interview tips: ‘What can you bring to this role?’

Interview tips: ‘What can you bring to this role?’

You are very likely to be asked the question “Tell us what you can bring to this role?” at interviews for most automotive jobs. This is a classic job interview question that many people simply forget to prepare for. Although this can sound like a daunting question,...
Coping with stress at work

Coping with stress at work

Workplace stress is extremely common and the sad truth is that it’s on the rise. Most car sales professionals, mechanics and automotive engineers would admit to suffering stress at busy times of the year, particularly when deadlines and targets come into play....