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Automotive Field Inspector

AutoVIN Ramsey, NJ +2 locations

and Duties: 1. Perform inspections and complete high quality, accurate condition reports on: Grounded off-lease vehicles and/or… AutoVIN


22 days ago

Automotive Field Rep

AutoVIN Trenton, NJ +8 locations

Do you know your cars? Have a keen eye for attention to detail? AutoVIN, The Automated Vehicle Information Network, provides professional field… AutoVIN


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    Inept management with no clue of what happens in the field.

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    Former Employee - Regional Manager  in  Fort Lauderdale, FL
    Former Employee - Regional Manager in Fort Lauderdale, FL

    I worked at Autovin

    Pros

    As a Field Manager you worked independently & did not have to work in an office near the nitwits in management.

    Cons

    As a Field Manager, you are required to use your own vehicle & given very little in reimbursement to cover fuel, maintenance, & wear. The company uses an outsource company named Runzheimer to come up with the different levels of reimbursement based on where an individual lives. In each scenario, Runzheimer's figures only benefit Autovin & not the Field Manager.
    Autovin is also contracted by several banks & finance companies to perform inventory audits & end of lease vehicle inspections. The procedures for each client differ & change so often. It is virtually impossible to remember all the different procedures. Management states that the software guides you in remembering the procedures, but they never updated the software with new procedures & when an error is made they always blame it on the Field Manager & never question their IT department.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Go out & work in the field for 1 month & see what it is truly like. The software you claim to be so great is NOT so great & you will see how much coordinating a Field Manager must do to get their work done. It is not easy as it may seem.

    Doesn't Recommend