As operators of the Motability Scheme, we aim to provide a wide range of cars, Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles, scooters and powered wheelchairs that meet our customers' disability needs.
We are the largest fleet operator in the UK and the biggest supplier of used cars to the trade, we are owned by the major banks: Barclays Bank plc, Lloyds Group plc, HSBC Bank plc and Royal Bank of Scotland plc.
The Motability Scheme is designed to provide customers with a new car, scooter or powered wheelchair without the worry of owning and running one. Today, over 640,000 disabled people and their families benefit from the worry-free mobility available through the Scheme. We have offices in London and Bristol and there are approximately 850 employees based between these two sites.
For more information about careers at Motability Operations please go to www.motabilityoperations.co.uk
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Motability Operations respects diversity in its workforce. We believe that we have much to learn and gain from diverse cultures and perspectives, and that diversity will make Motability Operations more effective in providing an exceptional service to our customers. We are an equal opportunities employer and believe that valuing diversity is fundamental to attracting and retaining the most talented people and to achieving a culture that reflects our values. We are committed to ensuring that all candidates are treated fairly throughout their application process and this commitment has been recognised by JobCentre Plus who have awarded us the Double Tick Award. We are also a gold member of the Business Disability Forum.
- Year in Industry Placement As part of your 12 month work placement, you will be provided with a structured training programme and on-the-job learning.
- Graduate Opportunities Our graduate programme is unique. We provide an 18 month programme during which time you get to try out a number of different types of roles, and learn a broad range of new skills. At the end of the 18 months, you will then move into a permanent role within the business.
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Tips for applying
Recruiters from Motability Operations share their top tips for potential applicants to find out more about what it's like to be part of the team!
- Insight For more information on what its like to be a graduate at Motability Operations, read the graduate blogs on our website.
- Ask questions If you have a question about our Scholarship Programme for undergraduate students with disabilities, call us on 0207 654 4569.
- Research Before applying for one of our programmes, do your research and consider which areas of the business you would be interested in working in.
Our people come from a wide range of backgrounds. What unites them is their determination, resilience and unwavering desire to get results. We are looking for graduates who are confident and stand out.
Required Skills and Academic Qualifications
Adaptability is crucial. To do well here you'll need to be able to deal with the unexpected and work on matters that are outside your experience and knowledge. Above all, you need a big appetite for success.
To qualify for the graduate programme you'll have a minimum of a 2:1 degree. But whatever your skills and whatever your degree, there's a wealth of challenge and inspiration on offer at Motability Operations.
Should you have any queries about our graduate programme, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Flair for building relationships
The Graduate Recruitment process at Motability Operations consists of an online application form (although if you do require this in a more accessible format please contact us email@example.com), a telephone interview, an assessment centre and a final round interview. If you require any adjustments at any of these stages, please let us know in advance by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
We have a Disability Networking Group which is made up of volunteers from across the business. The focus of the group is to nurture internal disability champions, increase awareness, build confidence and drive disability best practice within Motability Operations. Below are just some examples of adjustments that we have made for employees.
Providing specialist equipment such as a fibre optic mouse, telephony equipment for hearing impaired employees and visual aids for a dyslexic employee.
Additional coaching sessions for employees that have had extended periods out of work, to rebuild their confidence.
Phased return to work plans for employees that have had time out of work.
Disability Networking Group - Our disability working group provides an internal networking forum for employees, disabled and non-disabled, from all areas of our business. The group aims to increase disability confidence by discussing various topics that affect our employees and customers.
Read what these graduates have to say about their career, managing their disability at work, tips and advice for students.
Daniel, Vehicle Remarketing "Motability Operations is fantastic; it’s a really high quality organisation with fiercely competent people. Its business model is unique as it blends the best of a social enterprise with the large scale of a company that rivals many in the corporate sector." Read more
Gary, Java Developer "From the outset I was made very welcome and was encouraged to meet with the individual team members to understand their roles." Read more
Ben, "Working at Motability Operations throughout the Scholarship Programme has given me a unique and diverse insight into the world of business." Read more
Read what these working professionals have to say about their career, managing their disability at work, tips and advice for students.
Steven, "Motability Operations is a very disability friendly organisation; permanent employees receive a full day of disability confidence training, there is a Disability Networking Group who meets regularly and there is a detailed reasonable adjustment process." Read more