The Automotive Lot Attendant verifies receipt of vehicles delivered to dealer, compares serial numbers of incoming cars to the invoice, and inspects vehicles for damage. In addition, the Lot Attendant verifies accessories as listed on the invoice. He/she assigns stock control numbers to vehicles and catalogs/stores keys. The Lot Attendant shuttles vehicles following sales to maximize use of lot space and order. In short, the Lot Attendant 'owns the lot' with regard to vehicle logistics.
The ideal Automotive Lot Attendant has a high school diploma/GED, an unrestricted driver's license, a clean driving record, a trustworthy demeanor, and can drive both automatic and standard transmission vehicles.
The following is a representative list of the duties and responsibilities associated with this position:
-- Service vehicles with gas, oil, and water
-- Perform maintenance on cars in storage in order to protect tires, batteries, and exteriors from deterioration
-- Move sold vehicles to maximize use of space and keep the lot in order
-- Deliver sold vehicles to the new-vehicle preparation department
-- Assure documentation of vehicles delivered to dealer-- Inspects vehicles for damage when delivered
-- Assigns stock control numbers to vehicles
-- Catalogs and stores keys of all vehicles
-- Performs other duties as required