Meet Swansway's Technicians

There are numerous teams of technicians across Swansway Group, based at our different dealership locations in the North West.

If you're looking for a career as a technician, send your CV to our HR department and we'll contact you the next time there are vacancies in one of our teams.

What skills would I need to join the team?

  • An excellent knowledge of motor vehicle technology
  • Good communication and customer service skills
  • Strong practical skills
  • The ability to follow written and spoken instructions
  • An awareness of health and safety regulations
  • Good problem-solving skills
  • The ability to work quickly
  • Attention to detail

What sort of activities would my work involve as a Swansway technician?

  • Diagnosis of vehicle problems
  • Telling customers or service advisors if repairs are needed and how important they are
  • Working out the estimated time and cost for jobs
  • Carrying out repairs and replacing damaged parts
  • Road testing the vehicle to check the repair work
  • Fitting and servicing accessories like radios and alarms
  • Carrying out standard servicing and checks

What do we look for in a Swansway Technician?

We're always looking for enthusiastic people who are hard working and embody Swansway's Values. Keeping an up-to-date knowledge of industry updates is important, as this will be required on a day to day basis. 

See what they have to say...


"I like working here because they really care about the staff."

Alex Broadbent, Audi Qualified Diagnostic Technician at Crewe Audi


"This was my first job since I left school when I was 16, it's been 3 years of non-stop learning of new things every day and it's been a great experience."

Sam Gorman, Service Technician at Stafford Audi


"Being an apprentice technician is like getting 1-2-1 tuition, I can ask any question and I'll get an answer straight away."

James Clayton, Apprentice Technician at Stafford Audi


"I think we're all appreciated and we get known for doing a good job, and I think that that's good."

Robin Woolrich, Master Technician at Stoke Audi