Mission: Transforming the way the world buys, sells and owns cars.
Cox Automotive’s team members are transforming the way the world buys, sells and owns cars. We boast a diverse, energetic, dedicated and fast-paced culture in which teamwork and ingenuity thrive. We strive to create an environment that is entrepreneurial, nurtures personal development and builds on unique talents. Team member passion and commitment to excellence have helped make Cox Automotive a leader in the industry. It’s why Cox Automotive stands out as a category leader.
Cox Automotive is a leading provider of products and services that span the automotive ecosystem worldwide. We’ve built the strongest portfolio in the industry with more than 20 brands that together provide end-to-end digital marketing, wholesale and commerce solutions for clients large and small. We bring together the best and brightest partners and teams to create value, efficiency and opportunity for our customers to run their businesses more effectively.
Learn more about our brands in the video below.
We have a responsibility to each other and to our communities to serve others. Here, community outreach is a core value that goes beyond a statement of intent. It’s our enduring acts of kindness and compassion that represent who we are as individuals and what we stand for as a company. It’s ingrained in our culture, encouraged by our leadership, driven by our team members and enthusiastically embraced – at every level – throughout the year.
Our Internships and Co-Ops provide college students with practical work experience and tremendous personal growth. As part of our program, you’ll complete challenging business-critical projects alongside some of the most talented individuals in the Internet advertising and technology industries. Students are selected for their talent, skills and leadership potential. You’ll be given real work, held accountable for deliverables and expected to add value through high performance on business-critical projects.
Matthew Zerkus created and designed a preferred supplier scorecard to track contract service-level agreements for our suppliers.
“I had a great hands-on experience and networking opportunities. During my internship, I gained valuable project management knowledge by doing meaningful work to drive results for the company. My advice for incoming interns, is to come in with an open mind, don’t be afraid to ask questions and get your name out there! You wouldn’t have considered this internship if you didn’t see yourself at this company somewhere down the road!”
Briana Daugherty created content and worked on communication projects for digital channels at Cox Automotive.
“I had a great manager who encouraged me to step outside of my department to meet other people and learn as much as possible about the company. It was great to be encouraged to grow, and leadership was very available for either shadowing or meeting up for coffee. Being able to learn from leaders really gave me insights I wouldn’t have made otherwise.”
I worked at Cox Automotive part-time
Easy work, flexible hours, management was awesome.
Low pay, not to many advancement opportunities.
The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Cox Automotive.
I had interviewed for a position with Cox Automotive. The process consisted of a quick phone screen with the recruiter. I then had two phone interviews with the hiring manager and a team member. After that, I was invited onsite to meet with some more team members. This was fine. Then things went awry - I had another onsite scheduled. A coordinator called me to say that someone was not available. She pushed out the onsite a few weeks (!). That is strike 1. The day before the second onsite, she emailed me and called me - the person I was supposed to meet with was taken off the meeting. It had turned into a skype interview instead of an onsite. During the interview, I got a frantic call from the coordinator asking why I hadn't shown up in person (strike 2). After all the phone calls, all the rounds of hoops, etc, I never heard back from the recruiter. I had to follow up a few times to finally get a response. After investing so much time in the interview process, I would expect some sort of rejection.
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