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Service and Parts Director - Nassau County, NY - Potential Loaded Domestic

Company Name:
Jack Young Personnel Services, Inc
Beautifully nestled in one of Nassau County's pristine north shore communities, this privately owned premier domestic leader is in need of a jumpstart for the fixed operations department. This is your opportunity to truly work with and for the best owners in the retail car business. This loyal, stable, involved and motivated dealer principal is on premise to support your efforts by providing you all the tools necessary to succeed.
Imagine consultative, strategically geared meetings with a well tenured management team designed to ignite a much needed flame under the sleepy and somewhat dormant lifts of this ample, well equipped service and parts facility. That is what awaits the right candidate who can provide that energy and know-how on how to bring these departments alive.
Expectations are more than reasonable, much more so than those fantasies from Madison Square Garden's basketball tenants; so bring your talents to this outstanding long term opportunity and you will be given every opportunity to enjoy "max" earnings, as you build and grow the next decade of your professional life.
Interested and qualified candidates should forward their up to date resume to this posting http://tinyurl.com/lat5msv , or directly to Jack Young at . You can initiate your interest in this position by calling Jack Young directly at either of the contact numbers listed below. All inquiries will be kept strictly confidential.
Jack Young, President
Jack Young Personnel Services, Inc.
516 933-1234
c 516-817-7068
www.jackyoung.com
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