The jobs available at dealerships vary greatly in their professional focuses, as well as their potential for earning. Here are a few of the positions offered:
Warranty Clerk: Prepares, submits and follows up on warranty claims with the factory.
Billing Clerk: Responsible for creating and tracking invoices and credit memos for the dealership.
Parts Counterperson: Sells parts over the counter and on the phone.
Service Technician: Uses state-of-the art computers and equipment to diagnose and repair vehicles. Click here to learn more about becoming a technician!
Communications Manager: Manages IT and internet sales, maintains dealer website and communicates with the manufacturers.
Office Manager: Organizes office operations and procedures.
Parts Manager: Maintains parts inventory, inventory control, merchandising, display and advertising.
Vehicle Product Specialist: Does direct sales and leasing of new and used cars.
Marketing Manager: Helps the sales team by creating ongoing activities that promote the company and its products.
Finance & Insurance Manager: Assists the buyer with financing and insurance.
Sales Manager: Sets showroom goals and manages sales force.
BDC Manager: Responsible for getting phone calls out to help bring business in to the sales and service departments.
Controller: Responsible for the accounting operations of the dealership.
General Manager: Ensures the profitability of the dealership.