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The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company

Assitant Automotive Service Manager

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company - Jupiter, FL

Goodyear owns and operates more than 600 tire and auto service centers nationwide. We offer a fun, fast pace work environment, with competitive base pay. Our comprehensive benefit package includes medical plans, 401k, certification reimbursement and paid vacations. At Goodyear we invest in you and your future by providing excellent training for our technician, sales team and management positions. We offer fast track career advancement opportunities for hard working, team players who can deliver results. If you are looking for more than a job, apply today and begin your career with the tire and auto service innovation leader!

The Assistant Service Manager is responsible for providing an outstanding service experience by making meaningful connections with new and returning customers. They drive sales and profitability for the store location by selling tires and recommended automotive services through communicating benefits and product features appropriately. The Assistant Manager is able to manage the service department effectively by scheduling associates, service appointments and organizing work flow to deliver quality work on time to customers. They have leadership capability and responsibility and also contribute to the training and development of service department associates.

This store is located at 1350 West Indiantown Road, Jupiter, FL.

Requirements

* A valid driver's license

* High school diploma or GED is preferred

* Must be at least 18 years old

* Ability to lift an object weighing up to 60 pounds

9 days 21 hours ago

The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company

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Assitant Automotive Service Manager The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company - Jupiter, FL, United States

   

Location: Jupiter, FL

Company Profile:
Looking back, the founding of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company in 1898 seems especially remarkable, for the beginning was anything but auspicious. The 38-year-old founder, Frank A. Seiberling, purchased the company’s first plant with a $3,500 down payment -- using money he borrowed from a brother-in-law Lucius C. Miles. The rubber and cotton that were the lifeblood of the industry had to be transported from halfway around the world, to a landlocked town that had only limited rail transportation. Even the man the company’s name memorialized, Charles Goodyear, had died penniless 30 years earlier despite his discovery of vulcanization after a long and courageous search.