WestlandRecruiter Since 2001
the smart solution for Westland jobs

Collision Center Assistant Manager

Company: North Brothers Ford, Inc.
Location: Westland
Posted on: June 6, 2021

Job Description:

Collision Center Assistant Manager

Westland , MI

Our assistant manager is a specialist in communication, customer focus and attention to quality and details. They serve as a liaison between the customer and the insurance company to ensure that the vehicle repairs are done right the first time and on time when promised. They also are responsible in assisting the Collision Manager in training and maintaining an efficient work staff. We are looking for an experienced individual who leads by example in daily work habits. This individual may also be required to assist in identifying, planning, and implementing departmental objectives. North Brothers Ford is a third-generation family owned and operated dealership and 21-time winner of the Ford President’s Award, achieved thru top sales and customer satisfaction scores. For questions regarding the position please call Andrew Boyle at 734-524-1271 or Randy Woodward 734-524-1242. Apply with complete confidentiality to andrew_boyle@northbros.com or randy_woodward@northbros.com

Full benefits include:

* Structured pay plan * 401K program * Medical and dental insurances * Paid vacation * Employee vehicle discount program Responsibilities:

* Inspecting shop productivity * Tracking dollars attained against forecasted numbers * Maintain quality control * Solving problems as necessary * Cashiering of customer transactions Requirements:

* 3 years experience preferred * College degree preferred, but not required * Excellent customer service skills 

Keywords: North Brothers Ford, Inc., Westland , Collision Center Assistant Manager, Other , Westland, Michigan

Click here to apply!

Didn't find what you're looking for? Search again!

I'm looking for
in category
within


Log In or Create An Account

Get the latest Michigan jobs by following @recnetMI on Twitter!

Westland RSS job feeds