Mechanic - Contractor / Self Employed
- Dekra Automotive
- Contract Type
- Full Time
Mechanic - Contractor / Self Employed Location : Positions available throughout UK, Field Based. Contract: Self Employed Contractor Basis Are you currently a Self-Employed Vehicle Inspection Engineer or Automotive Mechanic looking for work on a contractor basis? If so, DEKRA Automotive want to hear from you As we take on more clients, we are in need of qualified Vehicle Inspectors in various locations across the UK. Services DEKRA offer include: Pre-Purchase Inspections Warranty Evaluations Paint and body Evaluations General Vehicle / Mechanical component Inspections and many more... You will be responsible for carrying out inspections on behalf of DEKRA, providing thorough and accurate reports whilst delivering exceptional customer service. Requirements Limited company or use of Umbrella Company Able to provide your own transport, tools, and testing equipment to carry out vehicle inspections. Five years previous experience in formal vehicle maintenance, servicing. MOT experience but not essential. City & City Level 3 or an NVQ Level 3 in Vehicle Maintenance Preferably be a member of the IMI or IRTE Meet DEKRA minimum insurance requirements Hold Motor Trade Road Risk insurance Excellent customer service skills Ability to complete reports digitally (apps are provided by DEKRA) What you will get from us Dedicated admin team Allocated work based on location Assistance and advice from an experienced team Competitive pay rates The opportunity to contract for a global organisation About DEKRA DEKRA Automotive are a rapidly growing independent Testing, Inspection and Certification company in the UK, we have been active in the field of safety for 90 years. The vision for the company's 100th birthday in 2025 is that DEKRA will be the global partner for a safe world. If you feel you have the necessary skills or experience to be considered in this role, click on "APPLY" today, forwarding an up-to-date copy of your CV for consideration in the first instance. No agencies please.