Join the FleetEurope team
FleetEurope is set for major growth over the coming years. We’re looking for talented and enthusiastic people to join us on this exciting journey who share our passion for delivering exceptional customer service.
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Location: High Wycombe
Department: Vehicle Rental
Salary: Up to £17,000 DOE
We are currently looking to recruit a rental administrator to join our busy rental operations department, responsible for processing vehicle rental requirements for our corporate customers. Your role will include processing hire requests, working with rental suppliers and handling all customer and supplier queries.
Applicants must have great attention to detail, excellent verbal and written skills and the ability to multi-task, prioritise and work well under pressure. Previous experience of working in an office environment and dealing with customers either face-to-face or over the phone is essential.
Job Type: Full-time | No agencies.
What do you enjoy most about working at FleetEurope?
“I really enjoy coming in everyday to work with such a great bunch of people.
“I had never worked in this kind of an environment in my previous roles and I hope to continue to do so for many years to come.”
“FleetEurope is an inspiring business to work for and unique in the automotive sector, the support shown to staff is second to none and that is reflected in the professionalism and dedication across the whole business.”
“I have had the opportunity to work my way up from recruitment as an administrator to joining the executive board. The fleet industry never stands still so despite spending over 24 years with FleetEurope there are always fresh challenges every day!”
“I’ve been with FleetEurope since 1999 and have really enjoyed being a part of its growth and development. The people here are great and the company ethos allows for a flexible can-do culture when compared with larger corporate organisations.”