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Motor Industry Recruitment
#1
This is a long shot but worth a try.

Does anybody know of any decent Automotive recruitment agencies in the London area?

I am not looking for technical work, but rather accounts/finance work for an automotive company.

Thanks.
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#2
Quote:Originally posted by edmonsta
This is a long shot but worth a try.

Does anybody know of any decent Automotive recruitment agencies in the London area?

I am not looking for technical work, but rather accounts/finance work for an automotive company.

Thanks.


Hi Ed,

I know of a couple .................

"Mai Day Automotive Recruitment" based in Harlesden, and

"Motor Trade Select" based in Richmond/Sheen.

Also, look for vacancies on "www.monster.co.uk" Press - do a job search and select London and Home Counties, then in the next box selct what types of vacany you want.

Maiday = "www.maidayrecruit.co.uk"
Press

Motor Trade Selction = "www.motortradeselect.co.uk"
Press

Hope these help Ed, all the best

BH :thumbs:
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#3
Thanks very much, BH.

I have checked out the 2nd one before, but have not tried Mai Dai... will check it out now...

Great stuff. Big Grin
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#4
Hello Mr. Monsta,

Don't know what kind of accounting systems knowledge you got ie. Kerridge etc. Have a search on http://www.reed.co.uk using Kerridge or something similar as criteria. There is loads of accounting jobs at motor dealers etc. And they have good benefits as well.

Good luck!!
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#5
Quote:Originally posted by Wikkelspies
Hello Mr. Monsta,

Don't know what kind of accounting systems knowledge you got ie. Kerridge etc. Have a search on http://www.reed.co.uk using Kerridge or something similar as criteria. There is loads of accounting jobs at motor dealers etc. And they have good benefits as well.

Good luck!!


Aah, good thinking Wikkel, thank you. As it turns out I do have Kerridge experience... Big Grin
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#6
Quote:Originally posted by edmonsta
Aah, good thinking Wikkel, thank you. As it turns out I do have Kerridge experience... Big Grin
typical questions you can expect at an interview
"where is the oil filter found on a kerridge system?"
and "how do you get rid of the grease under the nails before cooking dinner..." Big Grin
seriously tho, good luck
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#7
Quote:Originally posted by whirlpool
typical questions you can expect at an interview
"where is the oil filter found on a kerridge system?"
and "how do you get rid of the grease under the nails before cooking dinner..."
seriously tho, good luck


If that were the case, I'd never get the job... :haha: I may as well give up now.... :haha:
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#8
I used to work for MTS. for the past 8 years.you probably spoke to my old assistant!! sandra?.

am an ex Parts, Service and Aftersales Manager with VW Audi.

Have a good site for you to consider.

http://www.mirec.co.uk.

still under construction but all works except job postings. top people.... i know cus i am the boss!!

you can mail me on rg@ then the url...if you like. happy to offer you some advice if you need any?

later. R


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#9
Ed if you are still about, were you successfull with your search?
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