This position is responsible for the safe moving, staging and parking of vehicles from and to the Auction and on Auction property in compliance with Auction safety rules and regulations.
Must be willing to commit to working the full day of days assigned without leaving early. Clean Driving Record. Must be able to drive both Manual "Stick" and Automatic Transmissions.
Drive vehicles to and from designated areas on Auction premises, as well as pick-up and deliver vehicles to and from the Auction, while observing Auction driving rules, the Uniform Vehicle Code, rules of the road and demonstrating courtesy and defensive driving principles.
Line up and park vehicles in the correct order as directed by supervisor or team leader, move vehicles as necessary and locate “lost” vehicles.
Verify VIN of cars being picked up and/or delivered against Transportation request.
Re-park sale vehicles, remove “old sale numbers” off windshields and re-number sale vehicles.
Write information on windshield as instructed by supervisor.
If necessary, inflate tires and jump start vehicles using a battery box and air tank.
Notify supervisor when a vehicle is inoperative, fill gas tank when vehicle is out of gas.
Assist customers (i.e., dealers, account representatives, rental agencies, etc.) and co-workers as needed.
Complete paperwork and condition reports as required.
Perform walk around each vehicle prior to moving vehicle and note damage on Transportation request.
Perform other duties as assigned by manager or supervisor, i.e., driving vehicles through auction sale lanes on designated sale days.
High School Diploma or equivalent preferred.
Previous Auction and/or driving experience helpful.
Valid Driver’s License and safe driving record required.
Ability to drive vehicles with standard and automatic transmission.
(Degrees, Certifications, Languages):
Constantly required to enter and exit vehicles.
Ability to sit for prolonged periods of time. Ability to walk long distances. Regularly required to stand, walk, reach, talk and hear.
Frequently required to stoop, kneel, crouch, bend, squat and climb.
Ability to lift 1-15 pounds. Vision abilities required include close, distance and color vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.
Frequent exposure to outdoor weather conditions.
Moderate noise level.
Our company values the health and financial well-being of its employees and provides a variety of health care programs, which includes medical, dental, vision, employee and dependent life insurance, long-term disability and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) for health care and dependent care expenses. The Company believes financial security in retirement is important and offers a 401(k) Savings Plus Plan as well as company-funded Pension Plan.
Manheim was established in 1945 as a wholesale vehicle auction operation. Today, with 20,000 employees at 106 operating locations in 14 countries, Manheim is the world’s leading provider of vehicle remarketing services. Manheim has set the industry standard for buying and selling used vehicles at live auctions and online. In 2012, Manheim handled nearly 8 million used vehicles, facilitating transactions representing more than $50 billion in value.
A subsidiary of Atlanta-based Cox Enterprises, Manheim is transforming the wholesale vehicle buying and selling experience through investments in technology and innovative products and services. Manheim brings together qualified sellers and volume buyers of used vehicles that include automotive dealerships, banks, car rental agencies, car manufacturers and government agencies. Manheim offers its customers a reliable and secure market in which to purchase a variety of vehicles and services that no other remarketing provider can match.
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