Cars.com is a leading online destination that offers information from experts and consumers to help car shoppers and owners buy, sell and service their vehicles. With more than 30 million monthly visits to its web properties, Cars.com offers millions of new and used vehicle listings, reviews, unbiased editorial content, and a wide range of shopping tools. Despite being a nearly 20-year-old company, Cars.com has maintained its startup culture as a fun, fast-paced environment with highly-engaged employees who are committed to constant innovation. Cars.com’s workforce has access to growth and career development opportunities, health and wellness programs, an attractive compensation and benefits package and more. Cars.com has been—and will continue to be—a great place to work.
Cars.com is seeking an Intern on the Transformation team, which is responsible for sales operations, pricing and company-wide initiative management.
The team works closely with leaders in sales, product and marketing to execute on our company’s key priorities; provide insights and track performance.
Over the course of the internship the successful candidate may be involved in:
- Conducting a pricing analysis for a new product launch leading to a recommendation to senior leadership
- Diving into sales productivity analysis to understand drivers of performance to target
- Develop new tools for our sales team to enhance their effectiveness
- Build out product launch plans in collaboration with our product team
Required Skills & Competencies
- Highly organized with a keen attention to detail and strong focus on accuracy
- Ability to follow set standards in order to maintain consistency of deliverables
- Spark of curiosity
- Desire to continuously improve and learn
- Ability to utilize constructive feedback to improve personal and professional growth
- Passionate, energetic, approachable with a positive, low-ego, can-do demeanor
- Proficient in Microsoft Suite; especially Excel and PowerPoint
- Working towards bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Business, Economics or related field at an accredited college or university
- Extra-curricular involvement in student societies, athletics or part-time employment