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David Maus Chevrolet

Automotive Sales



Job Description
We have an immediate need to fill this position. This is a full time position.

Maintains Customer Satisfaction at or above company standards
Works to achieve and exceed daily and monthly sales goals
Other duties as assigned.

Benefits Include

Our team members enjoy a positive working environment with opportunities for professional growth through training and advancement from within the organization. Our team members also enjoy a comprehensive benefits program including:

Medical coverage
401(k)
Paid Vacation after 12 months of employment

We also offer a group of supplemental benefit plans including dental coverage, short-term disability, long-term disability, supplemental life insurance.

Must be able to meet all physical requirements including, but not limited to;

Walking the full inventory
Working in the summer heat
Clean and professional hygeine
Other requirements include, but not limited to:

- Able to work directly with our guests on the phone and in person
- Legible handwriting
- Must have basic to moderate computer skills and aptitude
- Be punctual
- Have adequate transportation to and from work







About David Maus Chevrolet
One of four dealerships in the David Maus Automotive umbrella. We have been open for 6 years and have achieved Chevrolet's Mark of Excellence and Dealer of the Year honors every year it was available to us.


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