Location General Manager

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Are You a High Performing, Experienced Retail Manager Looking to Grow Your Career with a World Class, Successful Retailer? Then read on...
CarMax is...
An award winning retailer that specializes in automobile sales
A FORTUNE "100 Best Companies to Work For" multiple years in a row
Passionate about our culture of integrity, associate development and community involvement
Nationally recognized for it's training programs
Changing the way people purchase used cars
We offer...
An extensive management development training program. CarMax Location General Managers begin as Location General Managers in Training (LGMIT) and are required to complete an extensive training program that includes on-the-job store rotations in all areas of the store
A unique opportunity to influence and drive change across the organization
An environment that fosters work/life balance - we recognize that there is life outside of work
A competitive base salary, monthly bonuses, stock incentives, a demo car and a comprehensive benefits package We are looking for retail managers to become Location General Managers. You must have...
5+ years of demonstrated general management or multi-unit experience with a major retailer managing a store team of 100+ associates
A hands-on management style with a passion for driving sales
The ability to develop creative solutions for difficult problems
A strong focus on achieving results
A passion for providing exceptional customer service
A demonstrated ability to develop associates at all levels and be part of a team
An ability to relocate (strongly preferred) _Job ID #:_ 4783

State: Tennessee
City: Nashville
Position Category: Management
Department: Store Management
Division: CarMax Stores
Education Required: Not Indicated
Position Type: Full-Time Regular
Relocation Provided:
Experience Required: Not Indicated

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