Automotive Parts Manager Jobs in Hillside, IL

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Parts Manager

  • Service King
  • Oak Park, IL (5 miles from Hillside, IL)
  • 3 days ago
Parts Managers orders, receives, processes and monitors parts throughout the repair process....

Parts Manager 29

  • Carstar Auto Body Repair Experts
  • Hillside, IL
  • 9 days ago
Parts Manager West-Hill CARSTAR Auto Body, IL 60162 Schedule Service JOB SUMMARY The Parts Manager is responsible for assisting Metal Technicians and Estimators with parts procurement for repairs of...

Parts Manager

  • Hillside, IL
  • 14 days ago
Responsible for all parts purchases/orders, handling of parts, sublet and materials if applicable, and using the Repair Centers procedures and CCC One for ordering, receiving, storing, dispensing...

Engineering Manager For Auto Parts Manufacturing

  • Energy Jobline
  • Schaumburg, IL (14 miles from Hillside, IL)
  • 22 days ago
Automotive Parts Manufacturing Location : Schaumburg IL Salary : 90k-110k (DOE) Status : Full time with excellent benefits Job Description * Designs, proves, implements and maintains production......

Parts Manager

  • Service King
  • Romeoville, IL (18 miles from Hillside, IL)
  • 23 days ago
Parts Managers orders, receives, processes and monitors parts throughout the repair process....

Assistant Sales Manager (Automotive Parts)

  • Toyota Tsusho
  • Elk Grove Village, IL (11 miles from Hillside, IL)
  • 60+ days ago
We firmly believe that our employees drive the success of the company! With success in mind as the ultimate goal, we strive to create and provide an environment that offers challenging,...

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Salary for Automotive Parts Manager Jobs in Hillside, IL

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Highest Education Level

Automotive Parts Managers in Hillside, IL offer the following education background
  • High School or GED (35.4%)
  • Vocational Degree or Certification (18.5%)
  • Bachelor's Degree (18.5%)
  • Associate's Degree (15.0%)
  • Master's Degree (5.7%)
  • Some College (5.2%)
  • Some High School (1.1%)
  • Doctorate Degree (0.6%)

Average Work Experience

Here's a breakdown of the number of years' experience offered by Automotive Parts Managers in Hillside, IL
  • 2-4 years (51.4%)
  • Less than 1 year (23.8%)
  • 1-2 years (19.4%)
  • None (4.0%)
  • 4-6 years (1.0%)
  • 10+ years (0.3%)
  • 6-8 years (0.2%)

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