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Service Advisor

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RCI Recruitment Solutions
Seeking a Customer-Centric Service Advisor. Apply today!
Audi, Porsche and Volvo of Norwell, Massachusetts, are members of the distinguished Village Automotive Group family, a leading Massachusetts automobile dealer group serving the Greater Boston area. Each dealership offers high-end service with skilled groups of technicians and outstanding customer satisfaction, thanks to a courteous, knowledgeable sales staff. For our employees, we offer a friendly, encouraging work environment where people enjoy coming to their jobs every day and work hard to accomplish their goals. Despite past tumultuous times, the Village Automotive Group continues to outpace the competition; so much so, that we are expanding and now operate in brand-new, state-of-the-art facilities!
Service Advisor
Norwell, Massachusetts
As Service Advisor, you will develop and maintain strong, enduring relationships with our Audi, Porsche and Volvo customers while providing expert advice and recommendations, building confidence in our dealerships service departments and, ultimately, the reputation of the Village Auto Group as a company. To succeed, you must possess a minimum of two years experience as a service advisor for an automobile dealership. You will need Hi Line dealership experience, as you will be working with Audi/Porsche/Volvo automobiles. You must be willing to work a 45-hour week, with rotating Saturdays.
Working here with us, youll enjoy a comprehensive benefits plan, associate discounts, and a casual and fun work environment that offers challenge and excitement every day. Most importantly, the Village Auto Group fuels dreams of a successful, long-term career.
Accelerate your career with Massachusetts best in auto dealerships! Send your resume and cover letter to for immediate consideration. Please be sure to specify Service Advisor 36138C in the subject line.
Village Automotive Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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