Posted 19 April by Superbike Factory Ltd
Salary icon £25,000 - £35,000 per annum

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A Day in the Life of our Technicians:

No two days are the same in our workshop; with exposure to all makes and models, the technical knowledge you can gain with us is a rare opportunity within the industry.

From day to day, you would be working on the latest motorcycles available on the market; something a single main dealership cannot offer. Our technicians cover all level of mechanics including:

  • Diagnosing standard and complex faults and ensuring underlying problems are resolved.
  • Stripping, fitting and replacing components on motorcycles, including engine rebuilds.
  • Motorcycle servicing.
  • Working to deadlines to ensure that work is completed on time.

What we would like our technicians to have:

  • A genuine passion for all things two wheels
  • Strong attention to detail, fault finding, technical and problem-solving skills
  • A passion to deliver an outstanding service
  • Drive to achieve your goals and the goals of the business
  • A valid motorcycle license would be beneficial but is not essential for the role


• Netflix Membership • The Dining Group Discount Card • Gymflex Benefit • Group Life Assurance 4 x salary • 15% Staff Discount on Accessories • Staff Discounts on SBF Bikes • Salary Sacrifice Pension Scheme • Cycle to Work Scheme • Health Care + Wellbeing Benefits, Bereavement counselling, Critical illness support, Legal support, Cancer Support, Fitness plans and nutrition advice, Physiotherapy +Mental Health Consultation, 24/7 Employee Doctor Help Line • Enhanced SIckness benefits • Enhanced Maternity & Paternity benefits

Reference: 52505486

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