Parts Person - Modern Apprenticeship
28 June 2017
Fixed Term - 3 years
£4.10 per hour
Allied Vehicles are an automotive employer based in the West
Craigs Industrial Estate near Edinburgh Airport. With more
than 20 years' experience in the trade, Allied Vehicles offer
superb value on a range of garage services, designed to make
looking after customer vehicles as easy as possible.
You will be working alongside our friendly qualified Parts staff
in our Edinburgh team. There is a small staff canteen to have your
lunch and a snack van is located within the estate, serving hot and
cold food, snacks and drinks.
What might a day in this job look like?
Your daily tasks will include:
- making sure duties are carried out according to documented
- letting the Parts staff know when deliveries come in and
helping to check off deliveries
- allocating Parts to correct bin locations
- receipting Parts onto computer
- assisting van drivers to load Parts delivery vans
- completing returns notes for Parts to be returned to
- making up kits for Parts sales
- making sure the department is kept clean, tidy and
- answering phones and serving at the back counter
- dealing with the Technical enquiries and if unsure to ask for
assistance from a qualified Parts Person
- making sure that all Parts are charged out correctly against
relevant account with correct quantities and discount
Don't worry, someone will always be on hand to support you!
What will I Learn?
- Level 3, Vocational Award in Motor Vehicle Parts Person - you
will attend college for the first 2 years of the apprenticeship and
then complete one final year in the Workshop, which will complete
your qualification to be a fully Time-Served Parts Person.
- Soft skills including communication, teamwork and problem
What Qualifications / Qualities are required?
We are looking for someone with:
- National 4 / 5 English and Maths (essential)
- good team working skills
- good communication skills
- good attention to detail - we'll as you to write up
'stories' on job cards on both the cars and the customers you work
- a driving licence (not essential)
- the ability to learn new information and to use it in the
workplace - e.g. this might be learning about braking systems
on a vehicle and then learning what parts relate to this task that
you would supply to either the Vehicle Technician or the
Sunday 2 July.