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Wednesday, 02 June 2021 15:21

CarMax Hiring 1,800 Automotive Service Professionals Nationwide

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CarMax, Inc., the nation's largest retailer of used cars, announced plans to hire 1,800 automotive service professionals by the end of summer, kicking off with the first-ever CarMax Curbside Career Day, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. June 10.

CarMax is partnering with job site Indeed to hold curbside hiring events at 16 CarMax locations across the country.

 

The company will be interviewing candidates for a variety of positions for automotive service professionals, including technicians, detailers, painters, supply associates, and more. There will be job opportunities for both new and seasoned automotive professionals, with potential for jobs to be offered on the spot. Some positions will also offer sign-on bonuses.
 
CarMax is the largest buyer and seller of used autos from and to customers in the U.S. Newly-hired automotive service professionals will help the company increase its production of vehicles for retail to support the company’s increasing demand.

 

CarMax’s highly trained associates will primarily work on reconditioning vehicles and preparing them for sale.

 

“CarMax continues to grow and the need to produce more vehicles to keep up with anticipated consumer demand is great,” said Tyrone Payton, vice president of regional service operations. “We are introducing CarMax Curbside Career Day as an opportunity for automotive professionals across the country to check out our award-winning culture in-person and learn why CarMax is the best place to work.”

 

CarMax, which has been named one of FORTUNE magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For® 17 consecutive years, offers competitive benefits including paid time off, medical and retirement plans, wellness programs and vehicle purchase discounts.

 

Automotive professionals find value in the company’s award-winning training program, strong opportunities to grow long-term careers, reimbursement programs for ASE certification and...


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