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MINI Sales Lot Porter
Tom Bush Regency Motors BMW & MiniJacksonville, FL
One of the best places to work in Jacksonville is looking for an additional MINI Sales Lot Porter to join our award-winning team.
Last updated 11 hours ago
Title Clerk
Tom Bush Regency Motors BMW & MiniJacksonville, AL
Processing tag and title work with the DMV online system
Full-time
Last updated 2 hours ago
HR Assistant & Payroll Admin
Tom Bush Regency Motors BMW & MiniJacksonville, FL
This entry-level HR Assistant / Payroll Administrator position will receive comprehensive payroll and Human Resources training.
Full-time
Last updated 22 hours ago
Automotive Bookkeeper
Tom Bush Regency Motors BMW & MiniJacksonville, FL
Your supervisor will be Mrs. Lisa Feagin, our amazing Controller, who has been with us for over 20 years!
Full-time
Last updated 22 hours ago
BMW Genius
Tom Bush Regency Motors BMW & MiniJacksonville, FL
Tom Bush BMW of Jacksonville is growing and in need of an additional BMW Product Genius : a customer service master who is trained in BMW s advanced technology in order to educate customers on available products.
Last updated 3 hours ago
BMW Certified Pre - Owned Sales Consultant
Tom Bush Regency Motors BMW & MiniJacksonville, FL
This store sells between 50-100 pre-owned vehicles a month, with a focus on BMW, but we sell other luxury brands like Mercedes, Audi, Lexus and Porsche.
Last updated 1 day ago
MINI Service Technician
Tom Bush Regency Motors BMW & MiniJacksonville, FL
Wellness Program - we offer discounts towards company benefits for completion of wellness related activities including lunch and learns, fitness challenges and more as well as discounts for gym memberships, healthy vending options and a culture that supports healthy living.
Full-time
Last updated 22 hours ago
Mazda Jax Sales Associate
Tom Bush Regency Motors BMW & MiniJacksonville, FL
Wellness Program - we offer discounts towards company benefits for completion of wellness related activities including lunch and learns, fitness challenges and more as well as discounts for gym memberships, healthy vending options and a culture that supports healthy living.
Full-time
Last updated 22 hours ago
BMW Jax Sales Valet
Tom Bush Regency Motors BMW & MiniJacksonville, FL
One of the best places to work in Jacksonville is looking for an additional BMW Sales Lot Porter to join our award-winning team.
Full-time
Last updated 22 hours ago
Accounts Payable - Accounting
Tom Bush Regency Motors BMW & MiniJacksonville, FL
Your supervisor will be Mrs. Lisa Feagin, our amazing Controller, who has been with us for over 20 years!
Full-time
Last updated 22 hours ago
Used Cars on Atlantic Blvd Sales Associate
Tom Bush Regency Motors BMW & MiniJacksonville, FL
Your supervisor will be Gino Manley, our Pre-Owned Sales Manager, who has over 10 years of automotive experience!
Full-time
Last updated 22 hours ago
Volkswagen Technician
Tom Bush Regency Motors BMW & MiniJacksonville, FL
EOE -we are an Equal Opportunity Employer Great Work Environment - a family-friendly & drug-free workplace Wellness Program - we offer discounts at local gyms, healthy vending options, onsite wellness fairs and more.
Full-time
Last updated 23 hours ago
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