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Paint Sprayer / Relocation Opportunity

  • Location:

    Norway

  • Sector:

    Accident Repair Centre, Panel and Paint

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £45000 - £55000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Jamie Clarkson

  • Contact email:

    jamie@perfectplacement.co.uk

  • Job ref:

    92658

  • Published:

    2 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2020-04-20

  • Start date:

    ASAP

Paint Sprayers

  • Norway
  • Relocation Package
  • Fantastic opportunity to relocate

The job of a Paint Sprayer

As part of a team of specialists you will prepare, spray and finish vehicles, ensuring correctness of colour match and final finish to an extremely high standard, this includes preparing vehicles fully before painting: masking, sanding and other necessary preparation work. The Paint Sprayer job also includes ensuring that equipment used is operated in accordance with defined safety requirements

You will report into the General Manager, He is as passionate about Customers as he is about his Team and is absolutely determined to make his Bodyshop the best. It's an amazing team!

What you will be doing

Our Bodyshop is fast paced and exciting with lots of opportunity to make an incredible difference and apply your expertise and skill. In the job of Paint Sprayer you will be painting many different marques of vehicle. This means performing preparation and paint to an extremely high standard. It is also important for you as a Paint Sprayer to fully understand different paint techniques so you are fully up-to-date.

Another very important aspect of the job is teamwork as you will be working with other colleagues in the bodyshop as well as across other functional areas.

What we think good looks like

As a Paint Sprayer we would like you to have an interest and passion in what we do. With professionalism appearance we would also appreciate it if you had your own stocked toolbox, excellent job knowledge and be highly motivated. Naturally, due to the nature of the job you will need to have a full UK/EU Driving Licence and the relevant qualifications for the job (ATA, NVQ Level 3, or City and Guilds as well as experience in the accident repair environment). We will help and support you with the rest



About Norway

In Norway, 99% of people are fluent in English so no knowledge of the Norwegian language is needed.

Norway is one of the best countries in the world for their economy, government and way of life. With a flat tax rate and additional holiday pay of CIRCA 12% of your annual salary (on top of your salary) 5 weeks annual leave which can be taken consecutively and a very relaxing way of life. This opportunity literally could change your life.

Why someone from the UK…? - Norwegians love the English work ethic (Within the Motor trade). The UK Motor Trade is renowned for graft, pressure, high targets and not the best pay for the responsibilities. Norway has a more laid back approach, less targets and a better home/work life balance. Plus the English language is spoken worldwide. So people from the UK settle in easier and along with their work ethic, provide the perfect solution to their skill shortage. If you would like a new challenge and a desire to carry out your skill in one of the best countries in the world, then this is for you. Only 5 hours from the UK this opportunity really is a once in a lifetime.

About you:

Choosing the right person is important and we are proud of our low turnover of staff. To ensure we choose the right candidate for the role, we are looking for someone:

With a minimum of 4 years Bodyshop Paint experience

Minimum NVQ Level 3 qualification

A good and thorough understanding of vehicle refurbishment repair process

Who can work well within a team and on their own initiative

Able to use specialist equipment

With a keen eye for detail, quality and who takes pride in their work

With a flexible attitude to working hours and overtime

With an ATA certification, however this is not essential