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Technician career chances created at new van centre

Posted onPosted on 8th Apr

RH Commercial Vehicles is promising new career opportunities with the creation of its first four dedicated van centres — one in Tuxford Business Park.

RH Commercial Vehicles is an authorised Renault dealership with accredited technicians equipped to maintain, service, and repair vans, including diagnostics.

Its new van centres will be in Tuxford, Nottingham, Northampton, and Leicester.

They will offer an opportunity for car or existing light commercial vehicle technicians to further develop their skillset and be part of a new development in the business.

There will also be opportunities for mechanics to develop and progress their skills towards the HGV technician career path.

RH Commercial said it prides itself on the unique benefit offering to its HGV and LCV technicians, which includes an annual £1,500 tooling allowance scheme, promotional pathways, and welfare schemes to help boost wellbeing. These benefits have been extended to the technicians at RHCVan.

Nigel Baxter, managing director, RH Commercial Vehicles/ RHCVan, said: “Our four dedicated van centres, all newly fitted out to the highest standards, are a further extension of our existing services to the commercial vehicle sector. We are looking for technicians already with some experience within light commercial vans, but who are looking for further advancement, working for a company with a strong track record of investment in its facilities but most of all its people. Come and join us on our journey.”

James Daykin, group aftermarket manager, RH Commercial Vehicles/ RHCVan, added: “This concept allows us to welcome a wave of talent into the industry.

“Since the pandemic, there has been a national shortage of technicians, which has hit the industry hard. By offering this exciting progression opportunity to passionate professionals across the East Midlands with great benefits, we can reduce this issue and better serve our local businesses.”