ABOUT CARVANA

At Carvana, we sell cars, but we’re not salespeople. Since 2013, we’ve been making it our mission to change the way people buy cars. We saw a huge problem with how much it can suck to buy a car the traditional way, so we committed ourselves to tackling one of the largest, yet-to-be-disrupted markets in the world – the $1T per year U.S. car market (yes, that’s $Trillion with a “T”).

With thousands of vehicles in our expansive inventory, high-resolution 360° photographs of our vehicles’ interior and exterior, real-time financing and an online purchase process, we provide a seamless car buying experience for consumers. All our vehicles are inspected and reconditioned based on our 150-point certification checklist and come with a 7-day return policy. We also operate our own logistics network to deliver cars to customers as soon as the next day, as well as offer customer pick-up at our state-of-the-art Car Vending Machine locations (yes, you read that right). By putting customer satisfaction at the core of our business, we’ve built a no-pressure, no-haggle online car buying experience that our customers time and money.

For more information on Carvana and our mission, sneak a peek at our company introduction video!

 This position pays $15.00 hr.

WORKING AT CARVANA YOU WILL NOTICE THAT...

  • We’re building a team of bright people, willing to roll up their sleeves, take on new assignments, and juggle many things at once.
  • You'll need to be a great communicator, a brand ambassador, and possess the know how to get the job done.
  • In return for your hard work, you'll have an opportunity to work at one of the fastest growing and creative technology companies around, as well as help us promote a life-changing product and develop a world-class team every day.

 

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES

The essential and other important responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Load and unload 5 to 9 vehicle trailers, loading the vehicles onto hauler trailers or trucks in accordance with drop points on delivery routes
  • Perform routine inspections and record any damage to vehicles before and after loading
  • Properly secure vehicles onto truck/trailer and transport vehicles to and from staging areas at the distribution centers
  • Perform routine inspections of CMV units for Department of Transportation (DOT) violations; inspect the CMV units for damage to unit, trailers, tires; check lubes (oil, coolant, etc), lights and other related mechanical issues
  • Meet with lead driver and/or other supervisory personnel to report issues with CMV units and document any issues on a driver-vehicle inspection report (DVIR) form
  • Maintain cleanliness of lot and fuel lot lights and generators
  • Participate in any additional work assignments related to job completion
  • Perform job duties during various weather conditions such as rain, snow, heat, cold, etc.

 This position pays $15.00 hr. 

 

BENEFITS

  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • 401K with company match
  • Life insurance
  • Paid holidays

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • High school diploma or GED
  • 2+ years of experience loading and unloading vehicles (or) the completion of appropriate training provided by employer
  • General knowledge of federal, state and local safety rules and regulations regarding loading and unloading vehicles, axle weights, load height regulations, etc.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing
  • Strong decision making ability
  • Time management skills
  • Physical ability to perform assigned duties, which will include entering and exiting vehicles, as well as pushing, pulling, climbing and some lifting

 

LEGAL

  • Schedule may change without notice
  • Carvana is an EOE
  • Hiring is contingent on passing a complete background check as well as a driving record check
  • You must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record
  • Carvana is a tobacco free company which includes all forms of tobacco. All Carvana properties are subject to our tobacco free standard

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