• Automotive Parts Manager | Jamieson Motors, Inc.

    Chinook, Montana

    Automotive Parts Manager

    Jamieson Motors has an opportunity for a Parts Manager to join our team! Excellent Opportunity and Pay! **Relocation assistance available for qualified candidates**

    Excellent Pay | Performance Incentives | Career Advancement

    Why Jamieson?

    We believe our customers deserve the most courteous and attentive treatment we can give them when purchasing and servicing their vehicles. Across all brands, we strive to be a company recognized as a catalyst of innovation. Work with the best and be mentored by highly skilled professionals along the way. Join the Jamieson family - apply today!

    What we offer:

    • Relocation assistance for competitive candidates
    • Competitive pay plans
    • Ongoing paid training and certification
    • Uniforms provided
    • Paid time off that accrues from day one
    • Paid holidays
    • Premium reimbursement for health insurance
    • Retirement benefits
    • Employee discounts

    What you’ll do:

    The Parts Manager strives to return a satisfactory profit on the dealership’s investment in parts inventory. Parts managers accomplish their objectives through the use of proper purchasing procedures, inventory control, staff utilization, security, pricing, merchandising, display and advertising.

    Job Responsibilities:

    • Properly staffing the department, which includes hiring, training, motivating and monitoring the performance of all parts department staff
    • Maintaining an orderly workplace
    • Creating and overseeing an annual operating budget for the parts department
    • Working with the service department, collision repair and wholesale account representatives to ensure inventory is available when needed
    • Establishing competitive pricing specifications in various categories while generating sufficient profits and maintaining high customer satisfaction
    • Determining appropriate inventory levels while ensuring periodic parts turnover
    • Adjusting stock to curtail accumulation of unused or old parts
    • Confirming that parts are appropriately coded so the dealership can claim a complete refund for unused factory stock
    • Reviewing sales figures, costs and stock monthly to ensure budget benchmarks are met
    • Parts managers are expected to uphold the highest ethical standards