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Johnson & Perrott Motor Group

Sector
Industrial Services
Location:
Mahon
Established in
1810
Employees
200
             
2019
About us

Johnson and Perrott Motor Group are one of Ireland's leading motor retailers with a significant presence in Motor dealerships, Commercial Vehicle Hire and Corporate Fleet Management. We currently have a team of over 200 employees across our six locations and have won numerous awards including being named as one of Ireland’s Great Places to Work for 2019 and 2020. This impressive accolade is a testament to the belief that our employees are a critical component to our continued success.

We sold our first motor car in 1903, so we have been there all the way through the development of transport, from the horse and cart all the way through to the modern motors we have today

What defines us

At Johnson and Perrott we know our success comes from our people. We are proud to have a strong family team atmosphere in our company and we are very fortunate to have a team of people who are as passionate about our business as we are.

Career and jobs

Application tips

When you apply to Johnson and Perrott Motor Group your application helps to give us a picture of who you are and why you are looking to apply for the role. We always recommend including a cover letter with your resume to tell us why you are applying for a specific position and why you think you are the prefect match. Highlight your strengths and remember to be honest. There is no need to over do it - be yourself, that is the best thing you can show us!




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