Diagnostic Technician

Windsor Motors are Ireland’s Favourite Motor Group. Established in 1964 with 14 state-of-the-art locations nationwide, we employ over 350+ people and work with some of the world’s leading automotive brands. Having recently been recognised as one of Ireland's Best Managed Companies by Deloitte, it is our motivated and dedicated staff that lie at the core of our accomplishments. Through continued expansion across our group, we are now looking to recruit enthusiastic people who strive for excellence to join our team.

At Windsor we have been helping customers to buy and look after their cars for over 50 years. Whether you are looking for a new or used car, or need servicing or repairs for your current vehicle, you can trust us to give you the very best service.

Main purpose of the job:

Through the use of diagnostic equipment and a systematic approach, ensure vehicle faults are diagnosed and rectified in accordance with manufacturer and dealership standards. Ensure full understanding of latest technology introduced on the vehicle range and how to diagnose and repair faults on them. Meet with customers to identify and clearly understand problems as and when required.

Main objectives and responsibilities:

  • To carry out diagnosis, repairs and servicing to vehicles in accordance with manufacturers’ guidelines.
  • Be able to work off own initiative and be self motivating.
  • Attention to detail to ensure quality is consistently delivered.
  • Present a professional image at all times.
  • To improve and keep up to date your technical expertise, including technical changes and developments and pass information on through training and coaching.
  • To make written and verbal reports on service and repair activity to the workshop controller.
  • To complete administrative procedures (including warranty) relating to service and repair work.
  • To maintain a clean, tidy and safe working environment.
  • To undertake vehicle road tests.
  • To attend dealership and manufacturers’ training programmes.
  • To assist with the development and training of other staff.

  • Specific tasks:

  • To carry out service and repair work in accordance with manufacturer and dealership quality standards.
  • To achieve laid down efficiencies and productivity targets.
  • To strictly observe dealership Health and Safety regulations.
  • To contribute to good team spirit and the achievement of departmental objectives.
  • To take care of dealership equipment and tools.
  • To ensure that the personal tool kit is maintained at an appropriate level.
  • To read and understand manufacturer and dealership technical bulletins.

  • NB: the job description is a guideline and does not aim to detail every possible task and expectation. The job description may be subject to change from time to time.

    Windsor Motors is an equal opportunities employer and the successful candidate will be joining Ireland’s largest Motor Group.

    Ref: diagnostic-technician

    Working Hours 8.30-5
    Location Swords
    Salary DOE
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