Peugeot Citroën Retail is owned by the iconic brands in our name. We have over 40 dealerships in the UK and we sell more than 70,000 cars and vans a year. That makes us a major player in the automotive world (and let’s face it, what a world to be in!). As the manufacturer-owned retail Group we aim to lead the way and our dedicated Apprentice Programme is looking for new talent who are confident that they have the X factor to do just that. Our people give us the edge. We expect drive and grit to achieve our goals, and of course, an excellent attitude when dealing with customers. Our people are motivated and committed; they ensure that the customer experience is at the heart of everything they do.
If you believe you can contribute to this experience then as an Apprentice Administrator you’ll be given a real job role with real responsibilities. You’ll be supporting our Sales or Finance teams to provide an outstanding service to our customers whilst being given the support and tools you need to achieve an NVQ level lll. If you prove you’ve got what it takes and pass your NVQ level lll, you’ll become a Qualified Sales/Finance Administrator within one of the largest dealer groups in the UK earning a salary of up to £25,000 per year!!
Our new Apprentices will join us in either April or September this year and we have opportunities in Region 5 at the following dealerships:
Robins & Day Birmingham North
We have a dedicated Academy who provides all the training and support you need for your NVQ so there’s no need to attend a local college to study.
On top of that, you receive amazing benefits which include:
- An hourly rate of £4.00 in your first year with annual reviews throughout your Apprenticeship
- 2 cars on our Employee Car Ownership Scheme
- Discounts on New and Used vehicles for family and friends
- 22 days’ holiday
- Access to a Stakeholder Pension with Employer contributions
- Recognition programme
- Discounts with top retailers
What we need from you:
- 5 GCSEs A-C, including Maths and English or equivalent
- The right to work in the UK
So, what are you waiting for?