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Automotive Service and Parts Director

Service and Parts Director needed for multi-franchise dealership group in Northwest Florida.



Duties of a Service and Parts Director include:



  • Properly staffing the department, which includes hiring, training, motivating and monitoring the performance of all parts department staff.

  • Maintaining an orderly workplace.

  • Creating and overseeing an annual operating budget for the parts department.

  • Working with the service department, collision repair and wholesale account representatives to ensure inventory is available when needed.

  • Establishing competitive pricing specifications in various categories while generating sufficient profits and maintaining high customer satisfaction.

  • Determining appropriate inventory levels while ensuring periodic parts turnover.

  • Adjusting stock to curtail accumulation of unused or old parts.

  • Confirming that parts are appropriately coded so the dealership can claim a complete refund for unused factory stock.

  • Reviewing sales figures, costs and stock monthly to ensure budget benchmarks are met.


Directors should have extensive management experience, proven CSI skills and a record of improving profit and performance.?



  • Management personnel require strong communication skills to deal with customers, employees and vendors. Managers are required to maintain the profitability of a department while controlling expenses and maintaining customer satisfaction.?

  • Managers are required to not only understand and keep abreast of the federal, state, and local regulations that affect their operations.?

  • People working within the automotive industry may have to work extended hours, evenings and weekends to achieve their goals.?





We offer:

Competitive pay and benefits including medical, dental, prescription,?


disability, and life insurance;


?401(K) retirement plan;?


paid vacation and holiday;


Drug free workplace; Background check.




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