Working with Autotech Recruit


Work with Autotech Recruit, which option is best for you?

Benefits of being a temporary contractor

You choose which assignments you take and how many days each week you work.

There are 4 different ways to be paid as a contractor; Sole Trader, Limited Company, Limited Company Plus and PAYE via an umbrella company. Compare the options with our guide to payment methods

Sole Trader/Limited Company/Limited Company Plus, gives you the opportunity to be more tax efficient and claim business expenses before you pay tax.

Take home up to £900 per week, and we guarantee at least 8 hours work per day.

You have the chance to work in a variety of businesses. No politics!

We offer additional training to our contractors after a qualifying period including electric vehicle and manufacture training.

You are never on your own! You can count on support from our friendly, experienced consultants.

We only contract you for lighter duties. You will not be asked or expected to do heavier technician work such as clutches or gearboxes.

Benefits of being an ATester or ATech

We offer a competitive monthly salary, paid annual leave and employee benefits. Upon passing your probation, your would be eligible for our pension scheme.

You don't need to have your own business, so there's no need to set up separate business bank accounts or insurance.

We offer uniform and additional training to our employees.

Work with one of our selected clients in their workplaces for a pre-greed fixed period.

5 days per week

We only contract your for lighter duties. You will not be asked or expected to do heavier technician work such as clutches or gearboxes.

You will be eligible for current and future company benefits, the same as all Autotech Recruit employees.

What documents do we need from you before an interview

  • Full home address, phone number and email address
  • CV
  • Driving Licence ID Card or Provisional Licence
  • Copies of your Automotive qualification certificates: Level 3 IMI, NVQ, City & Guilds etc. in vehicle maintenance
  • Two Employment References
  • If you are an MOT Tester, your DVSA MOT ID number
  • Your past 5 years MOT Annual Assessment Certificates and Annual Training log
  • Screenshot/ photo of the MOT Testing Service Portal

As soon as we have received all of the above, we will invite you to either a virtual or in-person interview with us where we can discuss the role of Vehicle Technician/ MOT Tester that you have applied for.

If the interview is successful, we will request a few more documents and once received, we will make a formal conditional job offer (on the condition that you have full right to work in the UK and good employment references).

Upon acceptance of the job, we will then ask for a right to work check to be sent in to us via the ID Pal link to provide proof of your right to work.

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