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6 days ago

Marketing Administrator

Carter Machinery Salem, OR

We are currently seeking a Marketing Administrator for our Salem, Virginia location. This position will be responsible for coordinating the… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Inside Account Representative

Carter Machinery Salem, OR

We are currently seeking an Inside Account Representative for our Salem, Virginia location. In this role, your primary focus will be building strong… Glassdoor

5 days ago

Facility Maintenance Manager

Carter Machinery Richmond, VA

We are currently seeking a Facility Maintenance Manager to be based out of our Richmond, Virginia location. This position requires travel throughout… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Truck Shop Technicians

Carter Machinery Chesapeake, VA +2 locations

We are seeking experienced Truck Shop Technicians for our Chesapeake and Richmond, Virginia facilities. Candidates should possess: • Proven… Glassdoor

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Jim Parker
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    You can complain all you want, but Carter work's very hard to be top notch for its customers and employees.

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    I have been working at Carter Machinery full-time


    Very good benefit package, health, dental, the works, and matching 401k. Lots of incentives to encourage new ideas, and job leads. Compensation is adequate.


    Age old problem of management, things flow smoothly for a while then they go helter skelter. Sometimes the rules/ policies arent as cut and dry as you would like. Also the lead incentives never seen to get paid out unless its a massive lead. They just get lost in the paperwork.

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    Try to hire people with experience in the field into positions of management. How can you manage something if you have never done it in your life? How can you manage the process if you really have not been a part of the process?

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