Commercial Vehicle Technician

We are recruiting a Commercial Vehicle Technician for our client's depot in Lincoln on a Permanent basis. The company has a very large and successful contract and can offer a competitive pay structure so if you are looking out for a new role, this is likely to be of interest.

The role will involve working on Small to Medium-sized Commercial vehicle repairs.

A formal Apprenticeship/NVQ Qualification in the Vehicle Repair industry would be ideal, as well as an IRTEC specialism qualification to work on the Commercial vehicles.

The candidate would be carrying out scheduled maintenance on the company fleet, working within company guidelines and will also be covering breakdowns or faults.

Standard depot-based working hours will be Monday to Friday 7:00am-4:00pm.
Between October – April every year, the company operates a standby rota whereby one in around three weeks, the employee will be available on a standby basis for vehicle breakdown callouts during evenings and weekends. This is particularly important during periods of inclement weather.

The pay structure is as follows…
Basic pay of £13.00-£15.00 per hour depending on experience
£240.00 additional pay for a full week where the employee is on standby (on call)
Actual hours worked on callouts attended to… Time and a Half Monday to Saturday, Double Time on Sundays.

This is a good opportunity to join a thriving business, don't delay in getting in touch with Caroline Allton at Reflect Recruitment Group on 01522 848333 or email your CV to

Reflect Recruitment Group is operating as Employment Agency under the Employment Agencies Act 1973.

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Sarah Kelly

"Very good agency with friendly staff and no messing about.. Got me a great job that lead to a contract. I would recommend reflect recruitment to anyone looking for work."

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