About Mercedes Benz
Mercedes-Benz South Africa Ltd. is a subsidiary of the Mercedes-Benz Group that was established in South Africa with the purpose of producing passenger automobiles as well as commercial vehicles. The first automobile to be brought into South Africa was a Benz Velo, which arrived there in the year 1896. In 1954, Daimler-Benz launched its first office in South Africa, and in 1958, the company secured a deal with Car Distributors and Assemblers (CDA) in East London to build the W120, W121, and W180 series of automobiles.
In 1999, Mercedes-Benz of South Africa changed its name to DaimlerChrysler South Africa (Pty) Ltd. as a result of the merger that occurred inside the parent business. At the end of 2007, DaimlerChrysler South Africa changed its name back to Mercedes-Benz South Africa (Pty) Ltd. This was done as a result of the separation that occurred inside the parent business. In 2013, the firm was home to over 2 700 staff members.
About the Mercedes-Benz Apprenticeship 2024
Mercedes-Benz is opening up a recent position for the apprenticeship programme who are keen on working their way up in an award-winning automobile company. You will be required to report to the Service Manager during the course of the Mercedes-Benz Apprenticeship. The major objective of this role is to determine the most efficient means of repairing passenger cars and vans in accordance with the criteria and guidelines established by the dealer or distributor.
The Mercedes-Benz Apprenticeship comes with the following duties:
- Within the context of the service department, to provide a technical and diagnostic assistance service
- To use contemporary diagnostic equipment to its full potential in order to provide vehicle servicing and to interpret the results of diagnostic tests
- To discuss the specifics of the service with the consumer as needed
- Conduct a problem diagnostic to facilitate and expedite the service of the vehicle
- Whenever you examine a car, you need to make sure you employ diagnostic tools
- Make sure that the DCSA’s processes and rules are followed throughout the repairs, and make sure to save the printouts
- Make sure that any problems are correctly identified to the satisfaction of the clients
- Discuss the issue with the Service Advisors as necessary and provide clear explanations
- When working with automobiles, it is important to look after them together and keep everyone safe
- Make sure that the number of comebacks is kept to a minimal
- Respond to mechanical malfunction calls on an as-needed basis
- Make sure that the customer’s car is returned to them in an orderly and clean state after being serviced
- The parts department must get a signature for each component before it can be installed on a vehicle
- Any unused components should be brought back to the parts department
- Make sure that the diagnosis leads to the most accurate and cost-effective solution to the problem or the customer’s complaint
- Provide guidance or use strategies that will provide a productive yet risk-free time
- To make the job of technicians easier and more efficient, provide a service that identifies problems with and diagnoses the systems of motor vehicles
- Completing the necessary paperwork and documents is a standard part of the company’s servicing routine
- Write out any necessary reports and have them ready
- Participate in the campaign, as well as making recommendations, giving advise, and taking part in any special promotional campaigns
- Always make sure to keep your overalls and the area you are working in clean and organized
- Job Cards are to be filled out in their whole and given to the service adviser as soon as the vehicle has been serviced and the clocking of the repair has been completed accurately
- Participate in the educational opportunities presented by Daimler and Cargo Motors
- As needed and fair, assist with additional tasks that have been asked of you.
For application purposes, please kindly take note of the Mercedes-Benz Apprenticeship’s Reference Number: MOT240104-5.
Do you think you have what it takes to register for the Mercedes-Benz Apprenticeship? Be sure to send in your application as soon as possible! But first, you will need to take a look at the programme’s eligibility criteria. These items will determine whether you’d make a great candidate or not. If you’d like to check your qualifications, be sure to take a look at the eligibility criteria below. If you’d like to guarantee a higher chance of success, it’s advisable that you meet all these times in the following list.
The Mercedes-Benz Apprenticeship Eligibility Criteria are as follows:
- Develops great interpersonal abilities
- Communicates their ideas effectively
- Prepared to work under pressure
- Works well in a team setting
- Has a keen attention for details
- Owns a Grade 12 qualification with the subjects of Maths and Physical Science
- Has an N2 qualification in the fields of Engineering Science, Maths, Technical Drawing, and Motor Trade Theory
- Owns a legitimate Driver’s License
- Must have an up-to-date and complete Curriculum Vitae that shows your abilities, skills, and relevant qualifications.
Apply online: Mercedes-Benz Apprenticeship 2024.
It is recommended that you use Google Chrome as your web browser in order to access the aforementioned web address (see above).
Alternatively, you can apply using your handphone, since it is much more practical than applying via computer. If you are using an OS Android handphone, you can use Google Chrome as your web browser. Since Google Chrome is automatically available in OS Android handphones, you don’t have to install any other browsers.
For the purpose of submitting their applications, candidates are needed to create an account on the application portal. It will be necessary to log into this account for the duration of the registration procedure.
By submitting your applications, you are granting permission to the selection committee to use your personal information for the purpose of registering you for the event.
Applicants’ applications will be subjected to additional examination and vetting procedures in order to ensure that they are legitimate. Anyone who is found to be misrepresenting any aspect of their applications will be barred from participating in the registration period.
Candidates are required to submit their applications using the website linked to above. Attempts to submit materials via other means, such as hand delivery or fax, will be rejected by the selection committee.
Applications for the Mercedes-Benz Apprenticeship must be submitted before the closing date on 11 January 2024.
By enrolling as quickly as possible, you can ensure that your application is secured as soon as possible. However, this does not guarantee instant success and is just intended to provide you with a secure position throughout the recruiting process.
Candidates that submit their applications after the deadline will not be considered by the selection committee. All entries received past the closing date will be immediately rejected, regardless of their content.
Mercedes-Benz has the right to offer or deny employment to anybody at its discretion. The selecting committee’s judgments are final and binding on all parties involved.