We are currently seeking a number of Service Technicians / Mechanics to join the Addison Lee team, working from our service centre in Kentish Town (North London, NW5) … The primary focus of the role is servicing our fleet of Ford Galaxy vehicles and supporting our network of drivers to ensure their vehicles are maintained and serviced efficiently.
** We are advising all applicants that although the role is currently based in North London (Kentish Town), the normal place of work will be moving to the West London / Heathrow / Hayes area in the next six months without any additional remuneration or travelling expenses **
- Vehicle maintenance and servicing
- Fault finding
- Warranty work
- Any other duties required by management
This is a permanent and full-time vacancy, working 40 hours per week, 8am to 5pm.
We have two shift patterns available, both five days per week – Monday to Friday or Sunday to Thursday.
About Addison Lee
Addison Lee is Europe’s largest premium minicab company, carrying over 10 million passengers a year. Based in central London, we service 22,000 corporate accounts including 70% of the FTSE 100.
Established in 1975 with one car, Addison Lee is still very much a family business, but now has over 900 employees, 4500 well-presented professional drivers and revenues of over £180 million. Addison Lee has been recognised by The Times Fast Track as one of the fastest growing companies in Britain.
As well as premium minicabs, Addison Lee also provides an executive and international car service, coaches, private jets, and a same-day, international and overnight courier service.
Addison Lee offers excellent packages to attract and retain the best people, and has a strong belief in development and promotion from within. Our training and development programs and commitment to our workforce has seen us achieve Investors in People status.
Equality and Diversity Information
Addison Lee is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Addison Lee has been awarded the disability symbol, made up of two ticks, as we have made commitments to employ, keep and develop the abilities of disabled staff.
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