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Auto Parts Sales and Driver

Napa Auto Parts in San Andreas is a locally owned store seeking team members with the ability to maintain our high level of customer satisfaction. We are open 6 days a week (M-Sat) and closed most major holidays. We offer competitive wages and paid vacation days. This is a family run business and we are seeking an exceptional person who will become part of the family. You are trustworthy, reliable and self-motivated. PLEASE:
No phone calls. Send resumes to Jobs@NapaSanAndreas.com or apply in person. See more info about us on our website at
www.napasanandreas.com.
Job OverviewRequirements/SkillsOrganization -
Ability to deal with multiple tasks, prioritize and follow up
Exceptional customer servicePhone etiquette
Clear communication
Positive attitude
Maintain composure in high pressure situations
Google search and general computer - must know how to search and type
Basic knowledge of automotive systems
Ability to pass P2 ASE test
Ability to lift up to 60 lbs repeatedly
Ability to stand or sit/drive for an entire work period
Knowledge of Parts sales/related sales a plus
Driving
Clean/Clear/Current driver's license
Auto Insurance
Reliable transportation (to get to work)
Ability to drive manual or automatic transmission
Perform routine checks of the delivery vehicle (oil, water, tires)
Inventory Control
Receive parts
Put parts away in proper location
Notify Manager/Owner if there are discrepancies
Parts Sales
Operate computer
Question customer to determine parts needed by phone or in person
Suggest sale of related parts
Answer customers' questions about products, prices, availability, and product features
Locate and order non-stock parts for customers from warehouse, branch or internet
Handle warranty or defective parts for customers in accordance with company procedure
Process approved credits for customer when merchandise is returned
Maintain confidentiality of pricing lists and customer information
Ensure that counter parts area, store floor and back area are clean and inorder

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