Is anyone a service writer at a dealer?
I'm thinking of leaving my job at napa (I think I've gone as far as I can go there) and taking a job as a service writer at a very buisy local dealer. Long days, but vacation and benifits I don't have. I graduate college in december, and my dad says I'm overqualified for the service writer job. I'm overqualified for my job now, but at least it's close to home and flexible with my hours. If anyone is a service writer, how do you like it?
Asked By: scarface - 4/1/2007
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I used to be and was very busy, worked long hours, and was underpaid. I worked at an independent shop though. A dealership may be different. Car customers can be quite difficult especially if the place you work at is not reputable. I never had any problems but heard stories. I recommend finding a job utilizing... More
Answered By: sonnie_b - 4/1/2007
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I liked it. If its a busy dealer, you will be busy.. If you get paid commission for your sales of service also, U can make GOOD money... You meet lots of interesting people, some pains too, but its different everyday...
Answered By: tntkarp - 4/4/2007
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