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Miller Auto Group - Martinsburg, WV
RESPONSIBILITIES: Wash, wax, and buff the vehicle Clean interior and exterior windows Vacuum and scrub interior of vehicle Clean engine and engine compartment Apply dressing on tires and tire wells...
14 days ago
Recruitment HQ - Hagerstown, MD (17 miles from Martinsburg, WV)
Hiring Immediately - Automotive Detailer We are currently looking to hire several Automotive Detailer! Our automotive shop business is growing, and we are looking for hard working detailers to...
27 days ago
Winchester, VA (23 miles from Martinsburg, WV)
Automotive Detailer wanted for Independent used car dealership. Experience preferred but not required. Will train the right candidate. Compensation based on experience. No experience needed we...
27 days ago

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