Working with us
Current Vacancies will be posted below as and when availability arises.
We are a small and dedicated company who are always looking for exciting and talented people to work with. We are proud to have a really positive atmosphere in our workshop with a close-knit team of friendly and welcoming staff.
We are lucky to be able to work on some of the most beautiful and desirable cars ever made. Because we are so particular about our restoration projects, cars like the Alfa Romeo 2600, E-Type and Aston Martin DB series from the 1950s and 1960s - even through to the latest Vanquish - are regularly in our workshop.
Our projects can range from panel and crash repair fresh from our local racing track at Castle Combe Circuit, right through to a complete 'barn find' restoration.
Mechanic / Restoration Technician
Grandstand Coachworks are offering an exciting opportunity to combine the skills of a mechanic with a general restoration technician. The role requires the flexibility of a broad workshop skill set with a strong mechanical ability. Experience of working on classic and historic vehicles is expected and you will have serviced, maintained, stripped down and re-built classic cars throughout your career. Although not essential, some panel-beating and spray experience would be considered a bonus. The successful candidate can expect to be working alongside our small team on classic cars from the 50s, 60s and 70s and occasionally on more modern sports cars.
A positive and self-motivated attitude is essential. Interested candidates should apply to firstname.lastname@example.org enclosing their CV including employment history, work experience, qualifications and why they would fit the role. Self-employed, part-time or full-time all considered.
Grandstand Coachworks are looking for a Junior Technician to join our small team in the Cotswolds. The position is a support role for our team of mechanics, coachbuilders and painters. You can expect to be involved in a broad range of activities which will vary from day to day, all while learning about the skills and process of restoring classic cars from the 1950s, 60s and 70s. This is a rare and exciting opportunity to work alongside our highly experienced technicians at the very top of their game. You must have a positive mind set, a can-do attitude and a willingness to learn and to work hard.
Trainee level and apprenticeship level skill set both considered. The successful candidate will live and breath cars and either have some experience as a mechanic, or be able to demonstrate relevant skills acquired working on personal projects. To see more of the projects you could be working on visit our gallery: www.grandstandcoachworks.com/gallery