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Chrysler Dealers - Simi Valley, CA
Used Car Sales Manager Simi Valley Dealership is currently looking for seasoned Used Car Manager to join their team . Apply today! Job Responsibilities include but not limited to: Recruit, manage...
8 days ago
Chrysler Dealer Sales - Simi Valley, CA
Used Car Sales Manager Simi Valley Dealership is currently looking for seasoned Used Car Manager to join their team . Apply today! Job Responsibilities include but not limited to: Recruit, manage...
8 days ago
AppleOne - Woodland Hills, CA
Great company seeking a Internet Automobile Internet Sales Manager who can oversee and manage sales staff. Qualifications: 2 years management experience minimum Computer/Internet proficiency We...
12 days ago
Lithia Auto Stores - Dublin, CA
Nissan of Stockton NOW HIRING: AUTOMOTIVE SALES MANAGER ***Must be willing to relocate to Stockton, CA*** Come be a part of the Automotive Industrys future with the Nissan of Stockton, a member of...
20 days ago
BMW of Monterey - Seaside, CA
BMW of Monterey BMW of Monterey in Seaside, CA is seeking a Dynamic Used Car Manager / Sales Manager with strong used car knowledge. The ideal candidate is an experienced Sales Manager with strong...
22 days ago
Morgan Hill, CA
Condit Rd at East Dunne compensation: Pay Plan employment type: full-time QR Code Link to This Post The Ford Store Morgan Hill is a volume Ford Dealership in the Bay Area and is looking to hire an...
25 days ago
Los Angeles, CA
AUTOMOTIVE SALES MANAGERS / AUTO SALES MANAGERS A new auto mall is opening in Playa Vista and now is the perfect time to consider a career in auto sales with us! Apply to be a sales manager of our...
30+ days ago
Chino, CA
AUTOMOTIVE SALES MANAGERS / AUTO SALES MANAGERS Auto sales are increasing and now is the perfect time to consider a career with our Busy Domestic Dealership! Apply to be a sales manager on our...
30+ days ago
Chula Vista, CA
Automotive Sales Manager New Location Chula Vista , California Salary $ 20 - $ 25 Category Business Operations and Management - Operations Job type Contract/Temp to Hire Job Duties: Responsible...
30+ days ago
Hertz Global - Santa Clara, CA
General Responsibilities Hertz Car Sales is one of the fastest growing dealer groups in the country. Our rapid growth is fueled by large volume selling of the Hertz fleet creating an amazing...
30+ days ago
Subaru Santa Monica - Los Angeles, CA
Subaru Santa Monica -- Fastest growing Subaru dealer in Los Angeles! Want to join our fast paced team? We're ready to invest in your future.We are looking for an experienced candidate with a...
30+ days ago
Macro Plastics - Fairfield, CA
The Automotive Sales Manager (Europe) will primarily expand the automotive sales market of Macro Plastics. This position may also work to expand the Agricultural division throughout Europe as...
30+ days ago

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