Mission: The open road is a symbolic part of our brand. It underlines our commitment to swiftly & safely move our company, our communities and our industry forward - paving the way to a peerless Customer Experience. So it’s no wonder that AutoNation has ...
Some Benefits of a career with AutoNation
From Seattle to South Beach, welcome to AutoNation. We're America’s Largest Auto Retailer, with over 43 Million Happy Customers in sales and service.
Our associates have unlimited income potential, paid time-off, training, longevity bonuses, 401(k) program with company match, employee vehicle purchase program, health, dental, life & disability insurance and more. We even spent close to $150 million upgrading, renovating or building state-of-the-art facilities.
New Vehicles - About 54% of AutoNation’s dealership revenue comes from its sales of new vehicles. AutoNation retailed $7.5 billion of new vehicles in 2011, more than any other retailer.
America’s largest auto retailer has partnered with IndyCar Series Champion Ryan Hunter-Reay to support his Racing for Cancer charity. AutoNation’s primary charitable focus over the next two years will be cancer awareness and prevention, and Ryan’s charity will serve as a key component of that program.
“Racing for Cancer’s” mission is simply to help “beat cancer.” The organization seeks to unite motorsport fans, sponsors, teams and others in a coast to coast effort to help eradicate the disease. They concentrate their efforts in-particular on early detection and prevention along with an emphasis on supporting childhood cancer initiatives. Now with the support of AutoNation, Racing for Cancer will have 22,500 team mates in 15 states.
Cancer awareness is one component of AutoNation’s company-wide wellness initiative, designed to promote better health and fitness among its entire associate base. The company’s Know Your Numbers campaign has been developed to help associates better understand their own health status and recognize potential risks. The program is highlighted by the Know Your Numbers bus, which visits AutoNation locations across the country to offer free detailed health screenings for associates and their families.
For more information about Ryan Hunter-Reay, visit RyanRacing.com. To learn more about Racing for Cancer, visit www.RacingForCancer.org
Commitment to Diversity
Our Mission: We strive to create and embrace a workforce as diverse as the communities we serve.
Over the last 15 years, AutoNation has supported various organizations:
David Quietly To The Rescue
Hubert Helps a Veteran
Ricky Saves a Fishing Trip
Ann Is Dog's Best Friend
AutoNation's senior management team is made up of individuals who have distinguished themselves as leaders in the automotive retail industry. The team also includes executives who have brought new talents to automotive retailing. Together, they're building a Driven to Be the Best culture that promotes the spreading of best practices, the pursuit of continuous improvement and the delivery of superior buying and ownership experiences.
H. Wayne Huizenga
Executive Vice President – Chief Marketing Officer, Communications, Digital & Public Policy
Executive Vice President & Chief Technology Officer
Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Executive Vice President, Franchise Operations, Mergers & Acquisitions and Corporate Real Estate
Senior Vice President, Legal
Central Region President
Eastern Region President
Western Regional President
Team work ! Very unusual for car sales and competitive sales. Management cares about you the client and everyone's overall experience!
If you can't self manage your self then this is not the job for you.
Advice to Management
Keep up your coaching skills to succeed. You're dedication makes us work harder!
I applied online. I interviewed at AutoNation.
Easy no pressure at all. Every detail about job is discussed. Pay schedule and bonuses broken down individually. Basic interview questions asking about prior customwr service experience and sales. Did not accept position due to scheduling conflicts