Introducing ATech and ATester

Introducing ATech and ATester

This article was originally published on 31 January 2023

Are you ready for your next full-time role with Autotech Recruit? Introducing ATech and ATester — bringing you the benefits of contracting coupled with the security of being permanently employed.

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Introduction to our ATech and ATester Programme...

For 12 years, Autotech Recruit has been a leader in the world of freelancing, supplying temporary work to those who contract as vehicle technicians and MOT testers. We started a revolution in 2010 and now is the time to start another one!

We understand that contracting isn't for everyone, so NEW from Autotech Recruit for 2023 is our ATech/ATester Programme which sees the bringing together of the many benefits that contracting offers, joined with the security and safety of a fully employed, permanent job. If you’ve been dreaming of taking the plunge into contracting, but need a little more security, we’ve got just the thing! Autotech Recruit is now offering permanent positions for vehicle technicians and MOT testers that come with one of the great perks of contracting – working with multiple clients.

Why become an ATech or ATester?

  • Full-time, permanent career choice
  • Salaries starting from £34,000 per annum (paid monthly)
  • Guaranteed working hours
  • Variety - work on assignments for our clients across their workshop network, within an agreed area of the country (with mileage paid if you work outside of the agreed area)
  • Holiday pay, statutory sick pay, pension, and a great package of benefits

  • What skills do you need to become an ATech or ATester?

  • Skills and experience working as a vehicle technician or MOT tester
  • Have good people skills
  • Thrive in a flexible and dynamic environment
  • Don't mind moving from one workshop to another and facing different challenges and experiences in your daily routine

  • Are you ready to find out more about our ATech and ATester Programme?

    For more information about becoming an ATech or ATester, please contact Alistair Macdonald at 01234 240503 or via email Alternatively, get in touch via our Contact Us page.

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