What’s it like to be a Technician at TrustFord? What makes Trustford such a fabulous place to work? TrustFord is the world’s largest dedicated Ford dealer. They are investing in the business, and they’ll invest in you and your career, too. Visit TrustFordJobs and find the perfect opportunity for you!
Working with Lookers as an Apprentice. Lookers have a range of apprenticeship jobs across our national dealership network as well as head office roles too. Whether it’s a service technician or sales apprenticeship in one of our dealerships or an accounting apprenticeship in our head office, we have a range of apprenticeship programmes for many
Cambridge, 19 April 2018: 11 employees from the Cambridge offices of Marshall Motor Group, one of the UK’s leading automotive retail groups, have raised over £7,000 for the homeless support charity Centrepoint through a rough night’s sleep. The charitable initiative was to raise awareness of Centrepoint, a charity that provides housing and support for young
What makes Trustford such a fabulous place to work? TrustFord is the world’s largest dedicated Ford dealer. As part of the team, you’ll deliver a service your customers can trust, and you can take great pride in. TrustFord is investing in the business, and they’ll invest in you and your career, too. Visit TrustFordJobs and find
Marshall Motor Holdings was named by Great Place to Work® as one of the UK’s Best Workplaces in the Large category (organisations with 500+ employees) in their annual Best Workplaces ranking announced on 25 April. Ranked 21st, this is the fourth consecutive year the company has achieved this honour and it is the eighth year
Another fantastic initiative to reward those who do well in the automotive industry! This May, Lookers Excellence Award finalists will jet off to the scenic city-state and home to the prestigious Grand Prix motor race, Monaco. Staying at the Le Meridien Beach Plaza, they’ll get to know fellow finalists and indulge in first-class food,
Funny, isn’t it, how society treats different professions? Estate agents? Boo. Bankers? Well, fat cat brokers get a double boo, but your high-street branch manager was – and, in some cases, still is – a pillar of the community. Journalists and politicians, meanwhile, have seen a spectacular fall from grace in recent years. What about the car