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Workshop Manager - Pretoria

Salary Negotiable
  • Recruiter: Automotive Management Services
  • Location: Pretoria, Gauteng
  • Salary: Salary Negotiable
  • Sector: Motoring & Automotive Jobs
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Date Added: 08 August 2012
  • Applications: 0
  • AA/EE opportunity?: No
  • Benefits: Not Included
Description:

The Workshop Manager is responsible for the management and control of the daily operations of the workshop/site. The Workshop Manager should ensure that all resources such as manpower, materials, methods, and procedures are followed and utilized effectively and efficiently.
Responsibilities:

•Manages and controls the daily operations of the Workshop to ensure compliance to high engineering standards, company policies

and contractual requirements. This includes, but is not limited to the management of the operation’s profitability, and

efficiency.

•Ensures the optimization of human resources through the design and implementation of necessary processes and procedures to

enhance efficiency.

•Keeps abreast of most recent technical information and fault finding methods and ensure the dissemination of the necessary

information to key personnel.

•Maintains a clean and orderly workshop to promote a safe working environment.

•Reports on the daily accomplishments and activities of the designated workshop.

Requirements:

•Possess an appropriate and relevant qualification (degree or diploma) from a recognized institution.

•Must have at least 7 years’ managerial experience in an Automotive Workshop Environment.

•Possess a strong technical background and have excellent knowledge of effective quality control methods.

•Possess a mature and conscientious approach to work.

•High level of computer literacy is required.

•Above average communication skills in English, both written and verbal.

•Proven leadership skills in a diverse and multi-cultural environment.

•Excellent English communication skills (verbal and written) are essential.

•Be in possession of a clean criminal record and credit record.

•Be in possession of a valid passport.

•Be prepared to travel and work in post conflict environments.

It is unlawful to employ a person who does not have permission to live and work in South Africa. Unless the advert states otherwise, please ensure you have this permission before applying.

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