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Top Vehicle Dealers employers hiring near you include CarMax with an employee rating of 3.8 out of 5, Cost Plus rated 3.6 out of 5, AutoNation with a rating of 3.6 out of 5, Mercedes-Benz International with a 3.9 out of 5, and DriveTime Automotive Group rated 3.7 out of 5 by employees. To learn more about an employer, click into their Glassdoor profile for employee-submitted reviews, salary information for Vehicle Dealers jobs, company benefits, Vehicle Dealers job openings, and more.

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CarMax

CarMax

3.8
LocationHeadquarters in Richmond, VA
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryVehicle Dealers
Description

When you love what you do, it shows. Valued employees lead to valued customers. We put people first at CarMax. When you join us, you become part of a community that welcomes you with open arms. Find tools, resources, and collaborative problem solving to unleash your full potential. With rapid growth and limitless opportunities, there’s no better place to be. Our values guide everything we do: -Do the right thing -Put people first -Win together -Go for greatness For more than 25 years, we’ve been changing the auto industry by delivering the honest, transparent and high-integrity car buying experience customers deserve. This disruptive thinking helped us become the nation’s largest retailer of used cars with more than 200 stores nationwide. And thanks to our amazing team of more than 25,000 associates, we have been recognized as one of the FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For®. As our President and CEO Bill Nash says, “Our vision is for everyone, everywhere to have the same opportunity to reach their full potential. At CarMax, every associate should feel welcomed, supported, and valued for their unique perspectives and backgrounds.”

Cost Plus

Cost Plus

3.6
Global Company Size5001 to 10000 Employees
IndustryHome Furniture & Housewares Stores
Description

It all began in the late 1950s when a San Francisco businessman turned traveler and importer began selling shiploads of hand-woven wicker from one of the city’s piers. As crates were unloaded, customers lined up and loaded up. He turned his shiploads into a storefront on San Francisco’s famed Fisherman’s Wharf in 1958 and it quickly became a destination for those who craved original and handmade items from around the world. Today we continue to search the world for unique artisan goods and handicrafts, international food favorites and design inspiration for our furniture and home décor. And we continue to focus on value and affordability so that our products are accessible to anyone who wants to make your home and your special occasions uniquely you.

AutoNation

AutoNation

3.6
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryVehicle Dealers
Description

As America’s largest and most admired automotive retailer, AutoNation is transforming the automotive industry through its bold leadership, innovation, and comprehensive brand extensions. We are committed to hiring driven, diverse Associates and supporting them in growing their career within AutoNation. We offer paid training, competitive pay & benefits and a culture that believes in investing in our Associates’ professional futures. With over 300 locations from coast to coast, AutoNation has an opportunity for you. We’ve sold over 13 million vehicles, the first automotive retailer to reach this milestone. Our success is driven by our commitment to delivering a peerless Customer experience through customer-focused sales and service processes. We believe deeply in giving back, and every car we sell helps to raise cancer research and treatment awareness with a Pink Plate. For every vehicle we sell or service, we're driving towards $35 million donated to fight cancer. Join us as we pave the way to moving our company, our communities and our industry forward. Apply today at a location near you or wherever you dream the road will take you.

Mercedes-Benz International

Mercedes-Benz International

4.0
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryVehicle Dealers
Description

Mercedes-Benz has a history of making history. Since the first car, Mercedes-Benz has set the pace for what all cars might someday become. With an ongoing stream of firsts in safety, performance and driving enjoyment, it's an ever more exciting roadmap to the future. And while there's a neverending roster of new achievements, there's only one reason the world's first automaker remains first in innovation. Carl Benz said it best: "The love of inventing never dies." Mercedes-Benz Cars and Mercedes-Benz Vans are business units of Daimler AG.

DriveTime Automotive Group

DriveTime Automotive Group

3.7
Global Company Size5001 to 10000 Employees
IndustryVehicle Dealers
Description

DriveTime is not your typical auto retailer. We’re bringing a fresh and fun perspective to the pre-owned car buying experience, and we want you to come along for the ride. You can find us at the intersection of technology and innovation as we use our proprietary tools and over two decades of industry knowledge to redefine the process of purchasing, financing, and protecting your vehicle. As DriveTime, Bridgecrest and SilverRock we create opportunities and improve the lives of our customers, our employees and our communities by carpooling to a shared destination. That means placing a focus on putting the right customer in the right vehicle so they can be on the path to ownership. We are headquartered in both Tempe, Arizona and Dallas, Texas, but you can find our tire tracks across the nation as we continue to expand our footprint in new territories. Regardless of where you’re located, if you’ve got DRIVE and you’re looking to make an impact, we’d love for you to make a difference with us! #LifeatDriveTime Buckle up and check out our career opportunities at jobs.drivetime.com.

Weis Markets

Weis Markets

3.1
LocationSunbury, PA
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryVehicle Dealers
Description

The Weis family is wise to the ways of grocery retailing. Weis (pronounced "Wise") Markets, founded in 1912, runs about 160 grocery stores, mostly in Pennsylvania but also in Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and West Virginia. In addition to the Weis Markets banner, the company runs a couple of stores under the Save-A-Lot and Scot's Lo-Cost names. (In recent years, it converted its Mr. Z's Food Mart, King's Supermarkets, and Cressler's Marketplace stores to the Weis Markets banner.) The company also owns about a half a dozen (down from 25) SuperPetz pet supply warehouse stores. Weis Markets' 91-year-old Chairman Robert Weis and family control and help to run the company.

Ralphs

Ralphs

3.3
Global Company SizeUnknown
IndustryGrocery Stores
Description

The oldest grocer west of the Mississippi, Ralphs Grocery Company runs about 255 Ralphs supermarkets in Southern California, where it's one of the top food retailers, along with Safeway-owned Vons and Stater Bros. About a dozen stores in upscale neighborhoods fly the Ralphs Fresh Fare banner. The company also runs some 115 warehouse-style stores under the Food 4 Less and Foods Co. banners in California. Ralphs closed about 20 stores in Southern and Central California in 2005, citing poor performance, and in 2006 began closing or selling stores in Northern California, including the last of its stores in the Sacramento area. Founded in 1873, Ralphs became a division of Kroger, the US's #1 grocery chain, in 1999.

Giant Food

Giant Food

3.4
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryVehicle Dealers
Description

THE LITTLE THINGS ARE Giant! It’s not often you hear the words “amazing” and “work” in the same sentence. But trust us – you’ll hear it a lot at Giant. Associates love it here! It’s fast, fun and it’s rewarding. Since 1936 when the first Giant Food store opened in Washington, DC, the Giant Food division has been dedicated to quality, value and service. That focus continues to this day, both within stores and through its commitment to community growth and development. Based in Hyattsville, MD, Giant currently operates over 160 stores in Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and the District of Columbia. With annual sales of approximately $5 billion, Giant serves approximately 2 million customers weekly. As one of the largest private employers in both Maryland and Washington DC, Giant Food employs approximately 20,000 full and part time associates. The company is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council and has been recognized by the EPA for superior energy management of its stores and is also a member of the EPA's Smart Way program. In 2019, Giant Food donated over $16 million in monetary and food donations including over 5.5 million pounds of food to our five Feeding America food bank partners: • Capital Area Food Bank • Maryland Food Bank • Food Bank of Delaware • Fredericksburg Regional Food Bank • Blue Ridge Area Food Bank Additionally, Giant Food raised and donated $1.1 million to the USO-Metro and $2.2 million for Pediatric Cancer Research (Since 2005, Giant has raised and donated $23.5 million), which included $1.5+ million donated to Johns Hopkins Oncology Department and $600,000+ donated to the Children’s Cancer Foundation. Giant Food is a member of the Ahold Delhaize USA group, of which the parent company is Ahold Delhaize of the Netherlands. In addition to major supermarket chains Food Lion, Giant Food, GIANT / MARTIN'S Food Stores, Hannaford, and Stop & Shop, our U.S. family also includes the country’s leading online grocer, Peapod. The 204,000 talented associates at our local companies serve millions of customers each week in more than 2,000 stores and distribution centers across 23 states. As the largest retail grocer on the eastern coast, Ahold Delhaize USA generated more than $45 billion in revenue in 2019.

Smith's Food & Drug

Smith's Food & Drug

3.3
LocationHeadquarters in Salt Lake City, UT
Global Company Size5001 to 10000 Employees
IndustryVehicle Dealers
Description

From a small grocery store founded by Ren Smith in Brigham City, Utah, Smith's Food & Drug has grown into a regional powerhouse with supermarkets in Nevada, New Mexico, and Utah. Major markets include Las Vegas, Salt Lake City, and Albuquerque. Most of its 130-plus stores are conventional supermarkets with in-store pharmacy departments and many offering bakeries, one-hour photo labs, and other services. The regional chain also operates about a half a dozen larger Smith's Marketplace stores (154,000 sq. ft. on average) in Utah that combine full-service grocery, pharmacy, and general merchandise departments. Smith's joined the Kroger family when Kroger, the #1 US grocer, bought its parent, Fred Meyer, in 1999.

Hendrick Automotive Group

Hendrick Automotive Group

4.4
LocationCharleston, SC
Global Company Size10000+ Employees
IndustryVehicle Dealers
Description

Raised on a farm near the small community of Palmer Springs, Virginia, Rick Hendrick worked on and raced cars under the watchful eye of his father, "Papa Joe." After high school, he pursued a co-op work-study program with North Carolina State University and Westinghouse Electric Company in Raleigh, North Carolina. While in Raleigh, Hendrick opened a small used-car lot with established dealer Mike Leith. Its success convinced Leith to name him general sales manager of his new-car import operation at the age of 23. Founding: In 1976, Hendrick sold off his assets to purchase a struggling franchise in Bennettsville, South Carolina, thus becoming, at 26, the youngest Chevrolet dealer in the United States. His influence sparked a dramatic sales increase as the once troubled location soon became the region's most profitable. These triumphs paved the way for Hendrick to purchase Charlotte, North Carolina-based City Chevrolet. Under Hendrick's leadership, the dealership became the No. 1 volume Chevrolet franchise throughout North Carolina and South Carolina. In late 1979, despite strong in-market competition, Hendrick built the first free-standing Honda dealership in Columbia, South Carolina. The location was a showcase for Honda, promoting it as the manufacturer's premiere dealership on the east coast and a future facility benchmark. Bennettsville's success was also a precursor to Hendrick Automotive Group, a company that would be built on the winning foundation Hendrick established during this period of time. A culture built on a strong set of core values: teamwork through trust and respect; integrity; commitment to customer enthusiasm; passion for winning; accountability at all levels. servant leadership, and commitment to continuous improvement. Current State: Hendrick Automotive Group generated $9.5 billion in revenue in 2018 after selling more than 206,000 vehicles and servicing 2.5 million cars and trucks.