As the leading automotive funding and retailing group, our people are crucial to our success.

For us, attitude is everything and we look for people who are passionate, focused, creative, positive, and committed.

Evolution Funding has achieved huge growth and success in all areas of our business. Could our future success be down to you?

In return we offer a supportive and rewarding environment that recognises individuals but rewards high performing teams. This is backed up by training and development that is market-leading in our sector and industry.

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Current Vacancies

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Software Developer (PHP) – Chesterfield

Software Developer (PHP)
Chesterfield based
Salary depending on experience
A PHP Software Developer is needed to join the UK’s leading automotive funding and retailing group. With huge projects on the horizon, you will form part of a highly talented team building software that is revolutionising the finance industry.
Reporting to the Development Manager, you will join a knowledgeable team taking responsibility for new projects and maintenance of existing systems. Expect to be involved with scoping requirements, developing features in line with specifications, and ensuring work is delivered to a high standard and on time.
To qualify:
We are looking for a PHP Developer who can show:
· Strong PHP skills and experience
· Knowledge of MySQL
· Experience with HTML, CSS and JavaScript

Joining an established company who are leaders in the motor finance industry you can expect high profile projects, an enthusiastic team, flexible hours, a friendly laid back atmosphere, generous pension scheme and access to discounted car rental/lease agreements.

Key Accounts Support – Chesterfield

Job Description
Evolution Funding is the UK’s leading automotive funding and retailing group and we are currently seeking to expand our Support Staff within the Key Accounts Team.
Working Closely with the Key Account Team and the designated region, the main purpose of the role is to provide support to the Key Account Dealers and Account Managers. Duties will include:
Diary and sales call Management of the Key Account Development Manager.
Build relationships and offer first class service to all dealers within your designated region.
Liaise with both the dealer and customer to ensure all information is accurate and collated within deadlines.
Resolving issues with paperwork by liaising with both the customer and dealer within strict deadlines.
Ensure commissions are correct on all approvals
Act as secondary point of contact for the Key Account Development Manager and internally manage accounts during the absence of the Account Manager
Recording and updating internal systems.
Chase all accepted deals with the customer and offer solutions to ensure the deal is finalised.
A full working knowledge of all of your proposals, accepts and payouts.
Experience / Competencies:
Previous experience within a brokerage environment is essential.
We are looking for someone able to demonstrate:
Ability to converse with dealers in a happy, positive, professional and courteous manner at all times
Demonstrate they can work with set organisational budgets and targets
Excellent product knowledge of our core and niche products
Good Financial awareness
Excellent listening and questioning skills
Excellent rapport and relationship building skills
Business awareness
Planning and preparation
Professional in approach and demeanour
Excellent problem solving skills and the ability to work alone and within the team.
An understanding of the full regulatory environment commensurate with your role.
Job Type: Full-time

Payout Administrator – Chesterfield

The role of a Pay out Administrator is to ensure all customer documentation is checked and processed in an effective manner in line with company policy.
Key duties and responsibilities:
To proactively review and work through all customer finance documentation and proofs for accuracy.
Checking security and ID documents including residency for fraud and debt (if relevant)
Deal with day to day problems arising from payouts and liaising with internal departments and account managers to resolve in a timely manner.
Supporting and advising account managers and sales support with pay out queries.
Ensuring documentation is processed, recorded and uploaded onto the computerised system accurately and within relevant timescales.
Respond to pay out queries from other colleagues, dealers, funders and customers.
Discuss and negotiate time frames and document errors with our funders.
Building a relationship with our partnerships in a friendly and positive manner.
To maintain confidentiality over personal information relating to our people, partnerships and customers.
To support and contribute toward the development of the pay-out systems and procedures.
Competencies and Experience
Awareness of Data Protection and Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulations
Experience within the motor industry is desirable
Excellent attention to detail.
Excellent Customer Service skills.
Excellent Telephone Manner
IT skills and experience.
Good Financial awareness
Good Organisation/Time Management Skills.
Excellent Communication Skills.
You will also need to be a team player with a professional approach to work and able to work using own initiative

Underwriter – Chesterfield

The role of Underwriter at Evolution Funding is to assess and analyse car finance proposals from customers across the U.K, in order to obtain the best customer outcome and place customers with appropriate lenders. To take into account important determinants such as creditworthiness, affordability and vulnerability from a wide range of sources.
Experience
Previous underwriting experience is desirable
Competencies
Full Clean Driving License
Excellent organisational skills
Ability to work independently
Attention to detail, ability to work accurately and determine own priorities
Proactive – adapt to change and suggest improvements
Providing the best quality service to all members of staff
Confident at communicating at all levels up to Director
Job Type: Full-time

Treasury assistant / Customer Services – Chesterfield

This is a time critical, hands on role requiring precision and accuracy across all aspects. The role is varied and covers administrative duties, financial transactions and high customer service expectations.
Administration of customer agreements including submissions to Credit Reference Agencies
Collection of customer payments
Able to produce reports that are time critical
Preparation of files for internal and external audits
Liaising with numerous parts of the business
Produce accurate documentation for liaising with our in house legal team
Uploading payment files for daily banking
Producing schedules for lenders
Statement production for customers and our dealer partners
Regular MI / data production using excel and word documents
Experience required:
Previous Customer Service experience preferred.
Demonstrable experience in a similar role required.
Knowledge of Direct Debit processing – desirable.
Banking knowledge – desirable.
Experience in collections – desirable
Competencies:
Good and professional telephone manner
Excellent organisational skills
High level of PC competency particularly with excel
Ability to work independently
Attention to detail, ability to work accurately and determine own priorities
Proactive – adapt to change and suggest improvements
Providing the best quality service to all members of staff
Confident at communicating at all levels up to Director

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Valeter – Sheffield

Job Title: Valeter

Reporting to: Valet Department Manager

Hours: 40

Department: Valet

Mike Brewer Motors are looking for two full time Valaters to come and join the team.

Main purpose of the role:

To carry out on site valeting and maintenance as requested by supervising departmental staff thus delivering a high degree of customer satisfaction.

Key duties and responsibilities:

·   Ensure vehicles are cleaned to the agreed standard
·   Applying appropriate cleaning agents, gels and waxes onto vehicles as required
·   Vacuum and shampoo upholstery and carpets as appropriate
·   Keep work area clean and tidy which can include the site car parks and entrances
·   Fuel cars as necessary and ensuring receipts are passed to the necessary people
·   Report any damage or defects which may be identified whilst moving or being cleaned to the appropriate person.
·   To carry out any other duties commensurate within the salary leave and purpose of the post

Experience required:

·   Previous valet experience essential

Competencies:

·   Full Clean Driving License – no more than 6 points
·   Ability to work independently
·   Attention to detail, ability to work accurately and determine own priorities

Job Type: Full-time

Job Location:

·   Sheffield, South Yorkshire

Required experience:

·   Valet: 1 year

Required licence or certification:

·   Driving License

Vehicle Technician – Sheffield

We are looking for a conscientious fully experienced Motor Vehicle Technician to join our existing team.
You will efficiently carry out service and repairs to vehicles to meet the Companies targets whilst maintaining a “right first time” attitude therefore ensuring a high degree of customer satisfaction.

KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Carry out service and repairs to motor vehicles.
To work safely adhering to Company policy.
To complete any work in an effective and efficient manner.
To adopt a “right first time” attitude.
To maintain a suitable level of relevant technical knowledge.
Carry out administration associated with task in hand.
Keep work area clean and tidy.
Complete a Vehicle Health Check (VHC) on every vehicle.

Experience required:
Experience in a similar level of role
Relevant recognised technical qualification. – NVQ Level 3

Competencies:
· Professional, dependable, self-motivated
· Attain high quality standards in line with the company brand
· Work well under pressure
· Good time management and organisation
· Ability to work on your own initiative and as part of the team
· Results and target orientated
· Positive attitude
· Confidently communicate with supervisor
· Full UK driving licence
Hours : Mon – Fri – 8.30 – 17.30 Alternate Sat – 9.00 – 13.00
Job Type: Full-time

Smart Repair Technician – Sheffield

Brief description of role:
We are looking for a conscientious fully experienced SMART technician to join our existing team in Sheffield.
As a SMART technician you will carry out small to medium repair works on all makes of vehicle, i.e. small dents, paintwork and scratch repairs, alloy wheel refurbishing, bumper repairs etc.
You will work closely with the whole team, Valeters, Vehicle imaging, Repair technicians and site supervisors to ensure that the cars are completed to the companies standard and within the agreed timeframe.
Being able to organise and prioritise your workload is an essential requirement
These repairs will be to nearly new vehicles to bring them back to showroom condition
Key duties and responsibilities:
• Carry out SMART repairs to motor vehicles.
• To work safely adhering to Company policy.
• To complete any work in an effective and efficient manner.
• To adopt a “right first time” attitude.
• To maintain a suitable level of relevant technical knowledge.
• Carry out administration associated with task in hand.
• Keep work area clean and tidy.
Experience required:
• Preferably ATA accredited
• NVQ level 1, 2 & 3
• 3 years’ experience a SMART repair/vehicle painter
• Conversant with latest SMART repair methods and techniques
Competencies:
• Professional, dependable, self-motivated
• Attain high quality standards in line with the company brand
• Work well under pressure
• Good time management and organisation
• Ability to work on your own initiative and as part of the team
• Results and target orientated
• Positive attitude
• Confidently communicate with supervisor
• Full UK driving licence
Hours: Full time – Monday – Friday 8.30am – 5.00pm, Alternate Saturdays 8.30am – 12.30pm

Sales Advisor – Luton

Main Purpose of the role:
To guide customers and maximise vehicle sales opportunities whilst maintaining excellent customer service levels in line with our company visions and values.
Key Responsibilities:
Understand all products by researching their features and capabilities, as well as comparing and contrasting competitive models.
Meeting and Greeting potential buyers by keeping good rapport with previous and new customers; also by suggesting trade-ins; respond to enquiries; recommend sales campaigns and promotions.
Qualify buyers by understanding their interests and requirements; matching requirements and interests to various models, etc.
Close sales by overcoming objection(s); complete sales orders; explain provisions; offer services, warranties and financing; collect payment and handover the vehicle.
Perform walk-arounds with new and old customers and demonstrate features of suitable vehicles and ensure that customers understand the vehicle’s operating features, paperwork and warranty upon handover.
Establish and maintain the follow-up procedure in accordance with the sales process and CRM system
Report to the sales manager regarding reviews, sales statistics, and planned activities to improve sales
Update own job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities, sales meetings and training provided by the company
Maximising Profit by adhering to the sales process and achieving monthly KPI’s for unit sales, profit per unit, finance penetration and add-on products whilst maintaining high levels of FCA compliance.
Competencies and Experience required:
Previous experience of sales in a customer facing environment
Excellent communication skills
Ability to use MS Word & Excel
Full UK driving licence
Candidate qualities:
Professional approach
Adaptable
Calm under pressure
Positive attitude
Self motivated
Flexible
Job Type: Full-time

Sales Advisor – Sheffield

Mike Brewer Motors is part of the leading automotive funding and retailing group, Evolution Funding which employs 270+ people UK-wide.
Benefits: By joining an established company you can expect an enthusiastic team, a friendly atmosphere, generous pension scheme, 28 days holiday (including bank holidays), company car, basic salary plus uncapped bonus opportunity.
This is a full time role.
Purpose of the role
To guide customers and maximise vehicle sales opportunities whilst maintaining excellent customer service levels in line with our company visions and values.
Key Responsibilities:
Understand all products by researching their features and capabilities, as well as comparing and contrasting competitive models.
Meeting and Greeting potential buyers by keeping good rapport with previous and new customers; also by suggesting trade-ins; respond to enquiries; recommend sales campaigns and promotions.
Qualify buyers by understanding their interests and requirements; matching requirements and interests to various models, etc.
Close sales by overcoming objection(s); complete sales orders; explain provisions; offer services, warranties and financing; collect payment and handover the vehicle.
Perform walk-arounds with new and old customers and demonstrate features of suitable vehicles and ensure that customers understand the vehicle’s operating features, paperwork and warranty upon handover.
Establish and maintain the follow-up procedure in accordance with the sales process and CRM system
Report to the sales manager regarding reviews, sales statistics, and planned activities to improve sales
Update own job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities, sales meetings and training provided by the company
Maximising Profit by adhering to the sales process and achieving monthly KPI’s for unit sales, profit per unit, finance penetration and add-on products whilst maintaining high levels of FCA compliance.
Competencies and Experience required:
Previous experience of sales in a customer facing environment, preferably car sales.
Excellent communication skills
Ability to use MS Word & Excel
Full UK driving licence
Candidate qualities:
Professional approach
Adaptable
Calm under pressure
Positive attitude
Self motivated
Flexible

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Car Credit Specialist – Chesterfield

Job Description
The role of My Car Credit Specialist involves interacting with customers who have applied for car finance online. This will include building customer relationships, guiding customers through regulatory documentation and completing anti-fraud checks with customers. We work within a team environment so your ability to engage with your colleagues as well as customers will be essential.
The role also involves working closely with our dealer partners to assist in supplying vehicles to customers. Our business is authorised and regulated by the FCA so you will be working within a controlled environment. You will be trained to a high level to ensure that you work within our regulatory framework but still have scope to talk to customers freely.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing part of Evolution Funding and a very ambitious team. Career opportunities are expected to open up to the right people quite quickly, so if you have the ability and the drive, we will be delighted to help you develop.
Experience
Sales experience either face to face or via the telephone is preferred.
Influencing skills.
General administration skills.
Competent in the use of IT systems is preferred.
Competencies
Ability to gain customers trust and confidence.
You should be confident and have strong communication skills.
Be able to plan your own workload.
Team player – be prepared to help others.
Customer centric – we love to offer fantastic service, it’s even more rewarding when our customers tell us.
Ability to work to rules and regulations, we work in a regulated sector so we have to comply with FCA regulations.
Salary: Up to £16,500, experience dependent.
Plus non discretionary bonus scheme and optional weekend overtime.

Job Type: Full-time

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