Assistant Service Manager (Former Employee) – Fort Walton Beach, FL – October 3, 2018
Maintained high level of customer service at all times while exceeding dealership expectations. Determined customer needs and outlined repair options and encouraged preventative maintenance services to keep cars running at peak performance. Developed and wrote up repair estimates and reports, as well as updated customer records in system with any changes. Participated in continuous training and education opportunities.
Productive and fun workplace with ping-pong table competitions, gym. Fantastic stuff, latest auto test drives, fundraising auctions, healthy food trainings with great gym instructors. The PMO and Stuff triple-A qualified with constant learning, fun, attention to details, innovation and cultural differences, with care.
Systems Engineer (Former Employee) – Irvine, CA – June 28, 2018
Management is not trustworthy. Manager will tells you one story and do thing different behind your back. Unethical practice by employee is often ignored by management. Work/life balance is none-existing.
Nice Building, Free coffee
No accountability for unethical behavior. No Trust.
Mazda Salesmen (Current Employee) – Fredericksburg, VA – June 21, 2018
If you want an easy job with little stress, lots of down time, and unlimited time on your break, this is the job for you!
I have a consistent schedule, I can take a break whenever I want and how ever long I want, I have my own desk, I'm my own boss, and I have all the free time in the world to sit and play on my phone and watch YouTube.
Why do I have all this time? Simple; there's no customers. Besides Saturday, on a busy day I would see more then 2 people and on Saturday, more then 12 people is considered busy.
So if you're living at home and want a professional job that's easy with all the time in the world to play on your DS, this is the job for you!
If you want to make a lot of money and go home with a feeling of accomplishment, don't work at Mazda.
LOTS of free time, your own desk, unlimited break times
No money, so much free time you feel like you're wasting
Mazda ia a great place to work, if your a grear salesman
Car Salesman (Current Employee) – East Bay, CA – November 27, 2017
When working at mazda I learned quite a bit. I learned how to communicate with custumers good and sell my product. Typical day is getting on the phone, calling people to come by a car. The hardest part about working at Mazda would be the part of convensing some to buy a car they dont really wamt. Also it's a very high stress environment, management is always super stressed out and it makes everyone else super up tight. The moat enjoyable aspect about working at Mazda is you are your own business man in a way, if you dont make a effort to sell cars you wont get a pay check.
Robotics Specialist (Former Employee) – Flat Rock, MI – November 23, 2017
Team meeting at the start of your shift. Team exercise, Send out teams to handle breakdowns of automated lines. Workers are proficient in Kawasaki Robots, Nachi Robots, Motoman Robots, Daifuku monorail system: for material handling. Mitsubishi Programmable Logic Controllers, Robot mounted: resistance welders, sealer systems, CO2 shielded gas weld guns. Material handlers. Drop lifters for material handling. Recirculating lines for parts manufacturing. Lift and carry lines for production parts. Small presses for part production, sealer application: closure panel production. Variable speed drives for conveyors.
Production Control Security Administrator (Current Employee) – Irvine, CA 92618 – September 27, 2017
I don't know what should I say but this is not my dream job.
I learn how they implement IBM Identity Manager and Access Manager to security their web application but they lack of documentation of Operation Procedure and Operation Instruction and most of the things are learn from the existing IT staff verbally.
Salesperson (Current Employee) – Elk Grove, CA – September 21, 2017
It is a sales gig. You have to hit your quotas or you are gone. It can get cutthroat among the staff. Their is always tension in the dealership over numbers.
It is a good job to learn the ins and outs of the car industry. Not only do you see the sales floor but also you get the peek around to the service drive and see how the internet has revolutionized that industry as well.
Sales Professional (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – September 20, 2017
I absolutely love Mazda cars which is why I was motivated to work there in the first place. It was fun at times, but there was a lot of competition, and the stress of disrespect from clients and management became too much. It was hard being a girl in the car business because it was a challenge getting people to take me seriously. I know a lot about the cars and the business, but nobody (mostly males) had a hard time trusting that I knew what I was talking about.
Daily disrespect from mnagers and clients, competitive with coworkers
Product Specialist (Seasonal) (Current Employee) – Detroit, MI – August 27, 2017
I cannot give a complete review,, as I represent Mazda-USA during auto show season. I am hired by an agency to represent Mazda exclusively, as a Product Specialist. My main job is to engage, interact and share knowledge with consumers, spreading excitement about the company as a whole, and the vehicles they manufacture. This is done in a premium fashion to convey the way Mazda feels about the vehicle they build, and how it relates to the buyers that enjoy driving Mazda.
Great Pay, Awesome connections! Traveling to meet new and exciting people around the US.
Seasonal position, Appearance holds too mcuh precedent, 1099 contracted employee.