Automotive Parts Sales

Job Responsibilities: The Audi Veterans to Technicians Program provides a unique opportunity to qualified United States Military Veterans. It is designed to attract former military members to become valued Audi employees in dealerships throughout the North American Market. Veteran candidates must meet qualifications, experience and capability requirements.The Audi Parts Counterperson is responsible for assisting all Service Mechanics and outside customers in purchasing needed parts and supplies. The Parts Counterperson reports directly to the Parts Manager. As an Automotive Parts Counterperson, you will be experienced and aware of the latest automotive technologies and be a persistent problem solver. DUTIES Job duties for a parts Counterperson include: Tracking all incoming and outgoing parts for a dealership. Locating available parts when the dealership is out of stock. Handling parts payment collection and making sure all parts are billed correctly through the service department. Packaging and shipping parts back to the manufacturer from time to time, and completing the appropriate record keeping. Referring to parts manuals (both hard copy and electronic format) to identify exactly the right part(s) for the make, model and year of vehicles being serviced. Entry level position. Keeping the Parts Department area neat and clean and remaining accountable for all inventory. Understanding and complying with federal, state and local regulations, such as safety requirements, hazardous waste disposal, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and other policies, procedures and programs as required The Parts Counterperson will be required to work closely with others or independently, if needed Dealership uniforms are required Job Qualifications: An Honorable Discharge from the Military. Valid driver's license and a clear driving record. Ability to pass the following pre-employment screening requirements (drug screening, credit score, Motor Vehicle record report and a background investigation). Formal military schooling in a Logistics/Supply/Tool or related field. Must be able to provide proof of technical training. In the absence of formal military schooling in this field the candidate must provide proof of successful employment one year or more, working in this field. Must be able to provide proof of work experience. High school diploma or GED. Manual dexterity in both hands and the ability to manipulate small objects Must be able to: Operate power and hand tools and other types of machinery safely. Drive a manual transmission Read and comprehend technical instruction Lift up to 50 pounds unassisted and operate hoist and test equipment. Sit, bend, stoop and/or stand for extended periods and kneel, crawl, bend, reach, push, pull and maneuver in a shop environment safely and as needed. While most shops have a controlled climate and are well ventilated, must be able to work in an environment that may have exposure to: Petroleum products, dust, hot or cold temperatures, loud noises, strong odors (exhaust fumes) and assorted other distractors. Good communication skills and the ability to work with the public. Must agree to sign a third-party release for the purpose of sharing all candidate application and screening information with Audi of America, and/or its subordinate Regions and Dealership(s). For additional information Contact: John "Trey" Fuller, Field Recruiter Audi Veterans to Technicians Program contacts@audivets.com 571.403.3210 APPLY ONLINE www.audivets.com Other Job Information (if applicable): Job Code: BEAVERTON819 Dealer: Sunset Audi City: Beaverton State: Oregon

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