Automotive General Manager (Southeastern, WI)
Job duties Include:
-Hiring all management positions, completing performance evaluations regularly and developing short and long-term goals for each department manager (includes administrative, sales, parts, collision and service departments).
-Planning and developing short and long-term goals and objectives annually, and submitting time projections to corporate management for approval.
-Effectively communicating with the comptroller/office manager on a weekly basis to review departmental forecasts and ensure consistency with annual projections.
-Overseeing new and used vehicle inventory, sales objectives and ensuring the new and used vehicle departments are meeting those objectives.
-Paying close attention to daily operations, recommending and creating improved courses of action where necessary.
-Explaining the policies and procedures of the dealership to all employees and following up with employees to ensure that these issues are understood and followed.
-Providing dealership management with weekly reports on the financial condition of the dealership.
-Overseeing the monthly financial statement to ensure it is complete, accurate and submitted on time to the management/dealership owners.
-Coordinating with the business/administrative office to ensure that records and analyses are correctly maintained.
-Creating a good working relationship with lending institutions and manufacturer personnel and maintaining these relationships.
-Coordinating regular meetings with the managers of each department to ensure their profitability and efficiency.
-Overseeing the hiring and training of all department managers.
-Maintaining an enthusiastic attitude to build positive employee attitudes and morale.
-Overseeing and maintaining compensation plans for all employees.
-Creating cost-effective advertising programs and merchandising strategies for the dealership.
-Focusing on any customer complaints that department managers are unable to rectify and taking the necessary steps to resolve these complaints.
-Other duties as assigned.
At least two years of dealership sales and five years in a supervisory experience. Experience in other dealership departments is a plus. Must have strong leadership and organizational skills, and the ability to understand profit and loss statements and manage a diverse staff.
Please submit your cover letter and resume via email.
Posting ID: 4102002821