Our client offers producers quality new and used agricultural equipment within Saskatchewan and Manitoba; providing their customers with the products, service, and expertise they expect in an established brand.
NOTE: Anyone who can legally work in Canada can apply for this job. If you are not currently authorized to work in Canada, we will not consider your job application. Those with temporary work permits or those outside of Canada will not be retained in our database as our clients do not provide sponsorship.
As their Parts Manager, you will be responsible to oversee the operational success of the parts department – focusing on high customer satisfaction both internally and externally.
To achieve this department success, you will have key responsibilities within the following areas:
Business Development & Sales
Leading & ensuring the day-to-day operations of the department meet business expectations while achieving customer satisfaction
Scheduling/assigning tasks to department employees
Develop and execute a marketing plan for the department
Motivate and inspire team members to strive for excellence
Train, develop, and manage staffing and employee development
Complete performance assessments for all direct reports
Assist with recruitment for the department
Works to build and maintain constructive co-worker relations and productive team dynamics
Planning, Budgeting, and Administration
Develop and manage annual budget; monitoring sales monthly
Ensure consistency is maintained in the controls, records, and physical inventory of parts, tools, equipment, and related items
Ensures all tools, equipment, and vehicles are in good working order
Maintain a clean work area while completing tasks in an orderly fashion
Ensure all safety regulations and requirements are followed by self and others
To be considered, you must have:
The ability to provide robust customer service to internal and external customers.
5+ years experience in the operations of a Parts Department
Agricultural Parts and machinery knowledge,
Experience leading and supervising others effectively
Strong interpersonal skills,
Solid knowledge of and experience applying marketing and merchandising principles and actions
Strong computer/technology skills
Valid driver’s license,
Ability to work flexible/extended hours and weekends during peak times,
Farming background/experience preferred
Our client provides their team with an excellent work environment, competitive compensation, and you would be supported by progressive and comprehensive people practices.
Want to know more? Contact Blair at 1.844.778.1031 for more information.
Grasslands Recruitment Specialists – Connecting Canadian Agriculture since 1996.