You already know Earnhardt Auto Centers for its “No Bull” approach to selling and servicing new and used cars and trucks. Earnhardt Auto Centers is also a great place to work!
Tex Earnhardt established Earnhardt Auto Centers in 1951 with one dealership in Chandler. Over the years, business grew to include multiple locations and brands, and over the years his children and grandchildren joined him in the business.
Today Earnhardt Auto Centers is Arizona’s largest family owned automotive group, employing more than 2,000 people, according to their website. Locations include numerous dealerships throughout the Valley, as well as in Prescott Valley and Las Vegas.
The Earnhardt family attributes their success to their people. “There will always be room at the top for those who work hard,” according to the Earnhardt website. The company focuses on employee retention, and they strive to offer a friendly and fun work environment with competitive pay and benefits. Among its benefits, Earnhardt offers an on-site nurse for employees. This convenience has resulted in improved attendance along with healthier and more productive employees, according to the Earnhardt website.
Earnhardt Auto Centers also shows appreciation for its employees through bonus programs, contests, catered employee “thank you” days and prize giveaways.
While you might first think of car sales, many other positions make up the Earnhardt team. The company also offers vehicle service and repair. Other related jobs include lot maintenance, driving, and car detail and washing. Other career paths include administrative, finance, housekeeping, maintenance, information technology, marketing and photography positions.
With locations around the Valley and a few in Prescott Valley and Las Vegas, along with competitive pay and benefits, Earnhardt Auto Centers offers great opportunities for job seekers. To learn more, or to browse available positions, visit NoBullJobs.com. As Tex Earnhardt himself is quoted on the website, “Don’t like what you do, love what you do.” And that ain’t no bull!