Sales Manager

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Start date: 2014-10-29T13:05:20.963
Salary period: Annual
Sales Manager
Lynch Ford Chevrolet is currently seeking a Sales Manager to join one of Eastern Iowa's most stable team of Automotive Managers. With the top two volume franchises and a strong retail used car department, as well as a dealership that provides an unparalleled level of customer service, this position offers a rare opportunity for the right person. Prior retail management experience is helpful; however, we could consider someone that has retail automobile experience and is looking to advance to a management position.
Job Description
This person will be primarily responsible for driving results in our used car department. Key areas of focus will include used car marketing, vehicle appraisals, inventory selection and management, sales staff development, used car reconditioning, and assisting in the final closing of transactions,
Job Requirements
テつ Great Attitude with a high energy personality
テつ Closing Skills
テつ Outstanding communication skills
テつ Integrity
テつ Professional appearance and work ethic
テつ Superior customer service skills
テつ Proven track record of personal growth and development
テつ Proven track record of growing and developing the people around you & customer relationships
テつ A stable employment record; seeking a long term career
Required Education
テつ High School Diploma or the equivalent
Why do you want this job
テつ Great tenure found in managers and employees
テつ Six figure earnings potential
テつ Opportunity for advancement
テつ Commitment to customer loyalty and a company that stands behind their product and services
テつ Great benefits package, which includes 401k, medical, section 125, employee discounts
テつ Work for a dealership that continues to grow and invest in its employees
To be considered for this position, please email, mail, call or stop by with cover letter and resume to:
Lynch Ford Chevrolet
Attn: Jeremy Clapham
410 Hwy 30 West
Mount Vernon, IA 52314
Pre-Employment Drug Screen Required

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