Vehicle Body Worker wanted for Deres Auto in Nuuk, Greenland
Are you looking for new challenges in the job – and be part of a team with dedicated and happy colleagues – then you may be the person we are seeking to hire as soon as possible:
- You have experience in assessment of vehicles.
- You have experience in vehicle collision repairs.
- You have prior experience in auto insurance assessment (not a prerequisite).
- You have several years of knowledge about the automotive sector.
- You have an ability to maintain an overview, is organized, and is able to maintain several activities at the same time.
- You have a positive attitude, is communicative and is flexible.
- You have good interpersonal skills.
Deres Auto can offer:
- A good working environment with a strong sense of responsibility.
- Salary according to qualifications.
- If required, we are able to provide housing, which will be paid according to existing conditions.
Since we are hiring as soon as possible, we are conducting ongoing interviews. So if you’re interested, send us your application and CV as soon as possible through the following mail email@example.com
Deres Auto was established in 1978 by Bohnstedt Petersen as a Mercedes Benz dealer in Greenland. In 2002 Michael Munch acquired Deres Auto after Henning Madsen, and in 2014 key employees became shareholders and Torben Nielsen took over management of Deres Auto.
The company employs 25 employees, of which 6 are trainees at the workshop, bodyshop, storage and at the office.
Deres Auto has an annual turnover of approx. 60 mio. DKK. equally distributed between sales and workshop. More than 200 vehicles are sold annually, of which 20 % are shipped to coastal towns.
The heart of a nation. Greenland’s largest city and capital is fueled on fresh air, strong coffee and diverse personalities.
Colours of Nuuk
Greenland’s capital Nuuk is a city of vitality, surrounded by immense nature and filled with vibrant Greenlanders leading fascinating lives of old traditions, modern twists, and diverse influences.
Home to gourmet restaurants, fashion boutiques, and the Northern Lights inspired Katuaq Cultural Center, Nuuk is the center of modern Greenland. However, a stroll through the picturesque Old Harbor shows that history and traditions remain strong in this growing city.
Nuuk is full of experiences not found anywhere else in Greenland. Marvel at mummies in the Greenland National Museum. Try a tasting flight of local craft beers at Greenland’s largest microbrewery. Learn about urban arctic living and the move toward Greenlandic independence with a city and parliament tour. Evaluate new and old expressions of Inuit culture at the Nuuk Art Museum. Play collegiate at Greenland University and see students preparing as Greenland’s future leaders.
A STYLISH ARCTIC METROPOLIS
The dining and shopping scene in Nuuk is the most diverse in the country, a veritable melting pot of original Greenlandic character with fresh global influence.
Stroll the pedestrian walkway in city center to window-shop at boutiques, souvenir shops, and Nuuk Center. Relax with a cup of strong coffee (and the obligatory piece of cake) in one of the city’s many bustling cafés. And make reservations at one of Nuuk’s fine dining restaurants where the only thing that rivals the intense flavors of Greenlandic delicacies is the chef’s artistic presentation.
You can also rent a bike in the sports-shop Pikkori Sport that is located in the centre, and bike around the city.
DISCOVER NUUK FJORD
Nuuk Fjord is sometimes overlooked in favor of its icier neighbors to the north, but this intricate water system is the second largest in the world, packed with inlets and islands open for exploration by boat or kayak.
Local boat trip operators provide access to this vast backcountry with a small settlement and huts offering the opportunity to stay and explore. Along the way, refreshing waterfalls and probable summer sightings of faithful humpback whales keep eyes and cameras entertained.
The solitude and scenery provide a perfect backdrop for hiking, angling for Arctic char, hunting or kayaking. The deep waters of the fjord teem with flavorful cod and redfish, delivering a bounty for both fishing and eating. Like a pot of gold at the end of a rainbow, the Narsap Sermia glacier flows directly into the fjord filling the headwaters with the sought-after icebergs, afterall.