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Manheim Detroit- PT Driver Auto Auction

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If you love cars, Manheim is the place to be. We auction millions of dollars of great cars every month €“ and you could be part of our team! Whether you're a car lover or simply looking for a more excitement in your week, our part-time driver opportunity is a fun and flexible way to make additional income.
About the Part-Time Auction Driver Opportunity
Everyone at Manheim loves auction days €“ and that's when you'll be working. As a part-time driver, you will have the opportunity to drive, stage, and park cars during auction days!
Safety is essential €“ you'll need to be an experienced and safe driver with a clean driving record and a valid driver's license.
These are part-time roles, working up to 29 hours a week over three days. There are a variety of work schedules available, and we pay competitive rates too. And don't forget your chance to drive great cars throughout the day.
Manheim €“ there's nowhere else like it
The first thing you'll notice about working at Manheim is the atmosphere. Our employees are what make Manheim the company it is €“ the largest and best automotive remarketing company in the world. With 20,000 employees in 106 operating locations around the globe, Manheim is the world's leading provider of vehicle remarketing services.
So if you're looking for something to do during your free time, earn additional income, or if you have a passion for cars, then come join the Manheim team!
High School Diploma or equivalent preferred.
Previous auction experience preferred.
Valid driver's license and safe driving record required.
Ability to drive vehicles with standard and automatic transmission.
Constantly required to enter and exit vehicles.
Ability to sit for prolonged periods of time.
Ability to walk long distances.
Frequently required to stoop, kneel, crouch, bend, squat and climb.
Ability to lift 1-25 pounds.
Able to pass pre-employment criminal, motor vehicle record, and drug screening.

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