Steven Eagell Toyota
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Steven Eagell Toyota Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Steven Eagell
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    £100m to £500m
  • Industry
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Trainee Warranty Administrator

Milton Keynes

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10 days ago

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Fleet Administrator

Milton Keynes

£23,000 a year
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Sales Executive


£45,000 a year
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Service Advisor

Bishop's Stortford

£35,000 a year
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Sales Executive

Bishop's Stortford

£45,000 a year
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Salary estimated from 89 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.


Sales Executive
£40,895 per year
£45,000 per year
Service Advisor
£32,477 per year
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Car Sales Executive in Northamptonshire
on 6 August 2020
Brilliant Pay wise Poor work life
Really good commission wise, but management couldn’t seem understand why employees may have been tired after a 18 day straight period of working with no day off. Hours where ridiculous and spoken down to a lot. Personal home matters and illness/ sickness was a big no no else you was made to feel uncommitted to the position. Holidays were never granted and without any reasoning.
Sales Administrator in Chelmsford
on 7 May 2021
I will never recommend working here. I was treated poorly, ended up working 60+ hours a week but not being paid for it. Never ever work for this company, I used to love working for the motor trade but this company ruined it.
Various sales in Various
on 8 April 2021
Worst company I have ever worked for. The working hours are horrific, no work life balance.Very old school approach and stuck in their ways.Avoid if you're an experienced Sales Exec they like people with no motor trade experience to brain wash.Managers have huge egos and get upset if you challenge or question them.
Sales Executive in Chelmsford, Essex
on 18 March 2021
Best Management and Colleagues
Before working in this wonderful establishment I had bad experiences with management in the past that gave me a negative imagine of what managers could be, but working for Steven Eagell Toyota completely changed that for me. I was not only surrounded by a team of colleagues and managers who supported me, but a family who were there when I needed them. By far one of the best places I have worked. Definitely recommended working for this company, hard work and dedication is required however the pay off is 100% worth it!
Sales Assistant in St Albans, Hertfordshire
on 4 December 2020
Warm and friendly company to work for!
Really enjoyed working here. The staff in all departments were extremely friendly and welcoming. The training to get you up to speed is great and efficient and allows you to settle in nicely. Support from the management was key for my success here. They really put their arm over your shoulder when needed.
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Average experience
Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

Interview questions

Pretty average questions Although at one point I was asked if I have a boyfriend and when I said no... I was then asked would I like one?. Massively Inappropriate

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