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NVD Recruitment Opportunities

NVD are currently recruiting for a number of roles. Please see below for further details.

To apply for any of these roles, please send your CV to careers@nvd.ie with the name of the position as the subject.

Head of Operations UK

Summary of Position

Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer for IRELAND and the UK, The Head of Operations holds end to end responsibility for the successful management and operation of NVD UK Ltd. This will include accountability for the overall effectiveness and efficiency of the supply chain operations in the UK. The incumbent will play a key role in operationalising new contracts. Working with other Department Heads, the incumbent will make a serious impact on helping the company realise it’s ambitious, long term growth strategy in the UK.

Duties and Responsibilities

The following is a list of duties and responsibilities; it is not intended to be exhaustive:

  • Manage the overall NVD supply chain in the UK; this includes responsibility for the effective and efficient operations of on-the-ground compound, workshop and transport activities.
  • Work with the planning, compound, and workshop managers in IRELAND, ensuring that NVD UK’s interests are met, embed new customers, contracts, service provision whilst following the NVD model and using the NVD systems to their full potential.
  • Be part of NVD’s weekly S & OP process (Sales and Operations Planning). Providing key forecasts inputs from customers and managing resources on the ground to balance the weekly plan to ensure the company has the correct resourcing requirements to meet customer needs.
  • Work in partnership with GM IRELAND / COO, ensuring that the overall deployment of NVD assets are optimised to meet all customer requirements.
  • Continually pursue network optimisation opportunities, ensuring that network modelling and optimisation software (llamasoft) yields practical, implementable benefits.
  • Ensure that customer commitments, SLAs, and overall customer service measurements are reached in line with expectations. Intervene if required to meet particular customer demands.
  • Along with the Head of Business Development, attend all necessary business development meetings with potential new customers. Partake in and supervise the completion of industry tenders. You may be required to support some key account management activities.
  • Engage with and support the company’s quality objectives for NVD UK Ltd, including ISO, 5S, Continuous Improvement and Lean projects.
  • Working with all internal stakeholders, develop organisational plans to ensure the company is developed appropriately in line with growth (and can operate independently in the long run but within the NVD way of doing things).
  • Play a pivotal role in the implementation of the company’s unique growth strategy for the UK; this will entail deploying out new industry leading digital technology, designed to give the company a means to compete for larger contracts in the future.
  • Provide monthly report to the NVD Group Senior Management Team (SMT), and attend SMT meetings to present the report as may be required from time to time.
  • Continually assess industry developments and be fully familiar with anticipated changes in the industry (e.g. electric autonomous vehicles); develop intelligence (along with colleagues) concerning the impact of anticipated industry changes on delivery models and supply chain design.

Qualifications and Experience

  • Minimum of five years supply chain management experience
  • Solid experience of working with digitally mature supply chain systems
  • Geographically flexible
  • Tender experience advantageous
  • Ambitious for the future
  • Demonstrable career progress to date
  • Growth mindset
  • Creative
  • Down to earth style preferred
  • First class communication skills
  • Solid people management experience
  • Strong operational credentials, with potential to take on more responsibility in the future



A first class remuneration programme will apply for the right candidate.

Application Process

Applicants should send a CV to Rachel Coughlan, Executive Recruiter with NVD (Rachel.coughlan@nvd.ie). All applicants will be treated confidentially. NVD is an equal opportunities employer.

Car Transporter Drivers

Full Time, Permanent

£52,000 – £54,000 OTE

Job Description

NVD are a leading provider of vehicle transportation services for car manufacturers, dealerships, and car leasing companies throughout the UK and Ireland.

Main duties will include the collection and delivery of new vehicles all over the UK.

You will be responsible for inspecting vehicles for damage before loading and obtaining customer signatures upon collection/delivery. You will also complete a daily vehicle check to ensure the vehicle is road worthy and that all checks are carried out in line with the ‘Daily Vehicle Check’ procedure using scanners.

Benefits include:

  • Full comprehensive in-house training (No previous car transport required)
  • Pension scheme
  • Company mobile phone
  • Complete array of Company branded work wear and PPE
  • Average pay for holidays
  • Highly competitive bonus system in place
  • Nights out are paid for along with any expenses i.e. parking etc
  • Supervisor support structure


  • C+E (Class 1) HGV drivers licence (required)
  • Drivers Tacho Card (required)
  • Drivers CPC Card (required)

Apply to careers@nvd.ie

Vehicle Handlers

NVD Ltd, the leading Vehicle Logistics company in Ireland, has vacancies in Southampton for permanent vehicle handlers.

Key Duties & Responsibilities

  • Checking vehicles upon arrival and dispatch
  • Moving 60+ vehicles per day from within / between storage compounds and loading bays
  • Vehicle specific inspections
  • Stock Checks
  • General maintenance and upkeep of compounds


  • Available for work up to 6 days a week and have availability to work evening shifts
  • Full driving license
  • Positive working attitude
  • Comfortable with driving cars and light commercial vehicles
  • Location of Work: Southampton.


Pay and Benefits:

  • Uniform
  • Full training is provided
  • Staff car parking
  • Tyre purchase scheme
  • Tool purchase scheme
  • EAP


Apply to careers@nvd.ie



PDI Technician

Summary of Position


The Mechanically minded General Operative will operate as part of a workshop team and will take responsibility for completing a range of Workshop tasks as assigned and in line with company policy, procedures, and safety standards. The operative will also assist with other workshop tasks as may be required from time to time.


Duties and Responsibilities


The following list of specific duties and responsibilities is indicative and not exhaustive:-


  • Log onto to the Inform and OEM systems using company provided Tablet and receive work orders indicating assigned PDI tests to be completed. Alternatively, receive work order instructions from PDI technician colleagues or team leader.
  • Collect a car for PDI from outside the workshop and drive the car to the correct inspection bay. The car will be positioned into place, per PDI procedure, at the inspection bay.
  • Inspect certain specified items and or complete various tasks in line with company procedures. These include, for example, checking suspension, car under-body, wheel nuts, tyre pressure, number plates, oils, fluids, battery, diagnostics, shunt fuse activation, child locks, remote locks, interior functions including door electrics, mirrors, radio codes and functions, wipers, lights, sat nav, sun-roof and other similar items.
  • The team will perform a test drive on the inspected vehicle, noting any final issues and rectifying if possible.
  • The inspection will be tracked and a check-list completed, either on line or by paper, confirming that each element of the particular inspection has been completed by the general operative (and technician).
  • Attend training as required.
  • Follow the PDI process and procedure.
  • Follow all company health and safety procedures.
  • Assist with general duties in other parts of the workshop with light body repair and paint work. Duties may include vehicle preparation, vehicle finishing / assembly / vehicle cleaning and valeting.
  • Assist with general duties in other on-site workshops including van or commercial conversions moving of vehicles to and from load lanes fuelling, charging as required.
  • Assist with general duties with regard to batch jobs as may be required from time to time.
  • Follow all inventory requisition procedures.
  • Dispose of waste material properly and in line with environmental and health and safety procedures
  • Other general duties as may be assigned from time to time.
  • May be required to operate a shift rotation if required



Experience and qualifications


  • Experience in the motor trade advantageous
  • Mechanically minded, perhaps with formal mechanical qualification
  • Experience working with cars advantageous.
  • Level 2 /3 hybrid and electric vehicle training advantageous.
  • Alarm or accessory fitment experience advantageous
  • Modifying cars
  • Good dexterity
  • Ability to think logically, solve problems and follow a process
  • Good communicator
  • Team working ability and skills
  • Down to earth disposition
  • Reasonable IT skills


Full training will be provided to the successful candidates.


NVD is an equal opportunities employer.


Candidates should submit a CV to Rachel.coughlan@nvd.ie