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Complete Guide: Auto Dealership Salaries By Job Title

Person at a dealership negotiating with customers. Auto dealership salaries vary by position.
Auto Dealership Salaries By Position:

General Manager:
Responsible for overall operations and management of the dealership.

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General Sales Manager:
Responsible for overseeing the dealership sales department, training & accountability.

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Sales Manager:
Manages the sales team, sets targets, and oversees sales operations.

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Finance Manager:
Handles financing and leasing options for customers, works with lenders.

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Service Manager:
Manages the service department, including technicians and repairs.

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Parts Manager:
Oversees the parts department, manages inventory, and orders parts.

Office Manager:
Manages administrative tasks, handles paperwork and documentation.
Sales Consultant/Sales Representative:
Sells vehicles to customers, provides product information.
Finance and Insurance (F&I) Manager:
Works with customers on financing and insurance options.

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Controller:
A dealership controller handles all dealership accounting

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Service Advisor:

Assists customers with service needs, schedules appointments.
Technician/Mechanic:
Performs maintenance and repairs on vehicles.
Parts Specialist:
Assists customers with finding and purchasing parts.
Lot Attendant/Porter:
Organizes and maintains the vehicle lot, moves cars as needed.
Receptionist:
Greets customers, answers phones, and directs inquiries.
Detailer:
Cleans and prepares vehicles for display and delivery.
Internet Sales Manager:
Manages online sales inquiries and works with customers remotely.
BDC Representative (Business Development Center):
Handles customer inquiries and scheduling.
Marketing Coordinator:
Implements marketing strategies for the dealership.
Human Resources (HR) Manager:
Manages HR functions, including hiring and employee relations.
Accountant/Bookkeeper:
Handles financial transactions and bookkeeping for the dealership.
Customer Service Representative:
Assists customers with inquiries and resolves issues.
IT Support Specialist:
Manages the dealership's information technology needs.
Complete Guide: Auto Dealership Salaries By Job Title
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