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Panel Beater

Market Sector:
£10 - £14


Our client is a well-established body shop repair centre based in Hove and an approved repairer for VW / Audi, Nissan, Suzuki, Seat and Skoda. Due to demand our client is seeking an experienced Panel Beater to join their busy team.

As a Panel Beater you will have proven experience of high quality repairs demonstrating excellent product knowledge.  Demonstrable experience in stripping and preparing vehicles for repair work as well as changing and repairing panels. The ability to ensure associated paperwork is correctly completed and passed back to the office.

Due to the constant flow of work our client requires someone confident enough to hit the ground running. Our client invests in their staff and likes to make sure their specialists have the very best equipment available to ensure the best results for clients.

Working hours are Monday – Thursday 8am-6pm and Friday 8am-5.30pm

Your duties as a Panel Beater will include:

  • The removal and safe disposal of damaged panels.
  • The repair of damaged panels to include filler work ready for preparation for paint.
  • Re-alignment using jig and measuring equipment.
  • The replacement of all new panels, welded, bonded or bolted.
  • Completing all work to the highest possible standard.

The ideal candidate will possess the following skills and qualities:

  • Experience as a vehicle Panel Beater.
  • Good communication skills.
  • The pride and attention to detail to complete each job to the very best of your ability.
  • Full current driving licence.

Salary and reward package:

  • Salary £10 - £14 per hour depending on skills and experience.
  • Workplace pension scheme.
  • Easy local parking.

Key words: Panel Beater, Panel Repairs, Vehicle Repairs, Body Shop Technician, Panel Stripper, Panel Fitter, Vehicle Damage Repair.


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