Dealership Service Porter Job Description

Dealership Service Porter Job Description

Dealership Service Porter Job Overview

Dealership service porters or auto porters are primarily responsible for moving and parking vehicles in the automotive dealership parking lot to accommodate the needs of mechanics, sales representatives, car buyers, and other visitors. They may conduct light vehicle maintenance, such as checking oil or topping off fluids, interior cleaning, exterior washing, and organizational tasks like placing stickers or tags on cars. Dealership service porters drive new cars to customers and ensure vehicles are in tip-top shape for handing off the keys. Other routine responsibilities include keeping tabs on cars’ locations on the lot and ensuring spaces are neat and clean by picking up litter or shoveling snow. Auto or dealership service porter jobs are typically entry-level, include on-the-job training, and often have part-time and full-time shifts. Auto porters work at car dealerships and spend a lot of time outside.

Dealership Service Porter Job Template

Dealership Service Porter Job Summary

Are you a responsible, reliable car lover with a good driving record and a positive attitude? One of our open dealership service porter jobs may be a fit for you! We are looking for an enthusiastic, safe driver who can help manage the service stalls in our parking lot by picking up customer vehicles, upholding car dealership display standards, cleaning cars, and handling customer service requests in the showroom and service areas. Our ideal candidate for this car porter role will maintain a professional appearance and greet our customers with a smile. Interested applicants should apply today!

Location

Ashburn, VA

Dealership Service Porter Responsibilities

  • Manage vehicle flow in our service stalls, service lane, service drive, and within the auto group parking lot
  • Work with the auto group service advisor to complete tasks such as keeping track of key tasks, cleaning cars, driving vehicles from service stalls, following dealership display standards, fielding customer requests, and other assigned duties
  • Ensure customer vehicles are ready for return after service department repairs
  • Clean parking lot, service stalls, and other vehicle areas when needed
  • Service customer needs with a positive attitude

Dealership Service Porter Qualifications

  • High school diploma or GED equivalent preferred
  • Possess a valid driver’s license and clean driving record
  • Candidates are required to pass a background check
  • Great customer service and communication skills necessary

Dealership Service Porter Compensation

$27,866 (National Average)

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