Vacancy Detail

SMART Repair Technician


The role of the Smart Repair Technician is to:

Accurately and skilfully undertake the preparation and repainting of motor vehicles.  Detect and diagnose any additional faults for further repairs. Ensure all work is completed safely and complies with retailer, manufacturer and industry guidelines.


  • Workshop         

Reports to:

  • Aftersales Manager


  • Carry out all repairs according to best practice procedures.  Complete assigned jobs with the estimated repair times.  Meet acceptable safety and quality standards.
  • Report accurately and correctly all components, materials, consumables and hours used on each vehicle repair, keeping wastage of all material and consumables to a minimum.  Keep work area clean, tidy and free from hazards and ensure the oven is swept and cleaned before vacating.
  • Observe, recognise and report on vehicle paintwork.  Report on the job card any/all faults or defects detected while working on the vehicle.  Report any additional damage found when preparing the vehicle.
  • Use all paint mixing schemes and drying areas/equipment accurately for all paint repairs.
  • Interpret and implement technical instruction data.
  • Check the condition and ensure the correct maintenance of tools, equipment and other materials.
  • Safeguard the customer vehicle and its contents while in the workshop.
  • Seek clarification in the event a work order is unclear or seems incorrect.
  • Undertake all other tasks and activities as requested by the Aftersales Manager.

Skills & Requirements


  • Automotive Trade Accreditation (ATA) or IMI accreditation
  • Competency in numeracy and literacy.
  • Good organisational and planning skills.
  • Full UK driving licence.
  • Smart appearance.


  • Competency in IT.



  • Body Shop experience

Location: Portsmouth | Salary: 31500 - 39500 per year | Job type: Permanent | Posted: 21/03/2024