MOT Tester/Technician

Red Eagle Ltd

Canterbury, Kent - Show Location

£11.00 per hour

Any / Any

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Job Information

Red Eagle Recruitment (AGY) is looking to recruit a MOT Tester/Technician for our client based in Canterbury.

Duties include:

Complete work orders including details of repairs completed, parts required and labour to be charged
Testing vehicles using measuring devices and provide accurate diagnostic reports to the Workshop Controller
Interpret and use technical data and instruction provided by the manufacturer
Conduct routine service work on vehicles brought into the workshop
Remove and install vehicle components in accordance with the manufacturer’s methodology
Carry out vehicle health checks and identify areas of concern
Carry out preparations for new vehicles
Perform technical repair work in accordance with established and documented procedures
Ensure correct materials, tools and measuring devices are used
Ensure any faults have been reported and noted on job cards and inform the Service Manager/ Workshop Controller of any additional faults not covered in the scope of the repair and delay to completion
Record details of work including all hours worked and material usage
Ensure vehicle safety standards have been complied with when returned to customers
Ensure all work is completed to manufacturer standards and rules


Hold a valid MOT licence
A full UK driving licence
The ability to interact with our customers effectively
Experience of working in a team
Act on your own initiative and take responsibility for the quality of your own work

Working hours are Monday to Friday 8am – 5pm, and Saturday 8am – 12noon, paying an hourly rate of £11 per hour.

Initially this is a temporary role, but there is the chance of a permanent position for the right candidate.

To find out more and to be considered for the role of MOT Tester/Technician, please apply via your CV.

Vicki Rice

17 days ago



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