Gray-Daniels Ford-Lincoln Service Advisor

Company Name:
Asbury Corporate Office
Gray-Daniels Ford-Lincoln , a subsidiary of Asbury Automotive Group, which is the 5th largest automotive retailer in the country with over 77 stores and over 29 brands, is currently looking for an Experienced Service Advisor with a Proven Track Record!
With our rich history of success and growth, we are looking to expand our workforce and are currently looking for driven, excited, dedicated individuals that are excited at the opportunity to join a winning team, and continue to drive home the culture of success that has been built.
We are looking for experienced service advisors to join our team, and help support our state of the art service facilities.
Experienced Service Advisors
Minimum Base - with Percentage of Overall Service
We run a large volume, so there is always opportunity to earn great, steady income for our advisors.
Job Responsibilities
Generating service order estimations and quotes for customers
Scheduling appointments, and maintaining an organized schedule
Conducting post-repair follow up
Resolving customer complaints
Continue to maintain Gray-Daniels's value, quality, and integrity
Job Qualifications
Ability to work hard with limited supervision
Service Advisor experience heavily preferred
Must be able to manage in a fast paced work environment
Must have great customer service skills
Must be able to pass pre-employments screens (Background & Drugs)
Full-Time Benefits
Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance Available
401K Retirement
Flexible Medical Spending Accounts
Supplemental Life Insurance
Short Term and Long Term Disability Packages
Paid Vacation Time Off After 90 Days
Paid Training
Promotions from Within
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