Downtown Automotive Group represents a number of the most recognized and respected brands in the automotive industry. Founded in 1992, our team has grown to more than 300 employees across our head office and 10 retail locations. DAG has been an active member of the downtown Toronto community from day one and we operate under the vision that people are our most important asset and the foundation of our success.
Later this year, DAG will launch the first multi-branded, multi-purpose automotive/residential complex in downtown Toronto – The “Autoplex” – which will be the new home for seven Downtown brands: Ford, Genesis, Hyundai, Infiniti, Lincoln, Nissan, and Toyota. Downtown Lexus, Toyota on Front and Avenue Nissan are also proud members of DAG. It’s an exciting time for our company!
Our group has an immediate opening for the position of Service Advisor within our Downtown Toyota location at 677 Queen Street East. We are looking for a team player with great communication skills who is passionate about the automotive industry. You are friendly, organized, detail-oriented and have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment. For this role, you must have Reynolds experience.
What you will be doing
You will be providing front-line customer service and sales for our Service department. This includes greeting customers on the phone and in the Dealership, providing repair recommendations, explaining the nature of repairs to customers, and advising them how to look after their vehicles.
We offer a competitive compensation package including medical/dental benefits, an employee purchase program, team atmosphere, management support and ongoing training, as well as opportunities for career development and advancement within the group.
If you are interested in exploring this opportunity we want to hear from you! Please send your resume to Michelle Brown in Human Resources: email@example.com.
DAG is committed to an inclusive and accessible workplace. Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.