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HERTRICH Family of Automobile DealershipsSeaford, DE
  • Maintenance / Janitorial / Custodial / Grounds Keeper Hertrich Family of Automobile Dealerships seeks an energetic, full time, Maintenance - Janitorial - Custodial - Grounds Keeper to join our Automotive Team!
  • - Do you thrive in a fast-paced environment where you have unlimited career potential?
  • - Are you an enthusiastic individual who wants to work for a mission driven company?
  • Then our Company is the right fit for you!
  • The Hertrich Family of Dealerships is a family-owned and operated organization with a strong financial foundation.
  • We represent the most complete line of multi-franchise dealerships in the Mid-Atlantic, Multi-State area.
  • Highly reputable family business since 1963!
  • Mission driven company that offers stability and exciting opportunities for advancement.
  • 22 locations and 19 brands, we are one of the largest, most successful automotive dealerships in our multi-state area!
  • Hertrich is looking for an honest, professional, skilled Maintenance Person with exceptional professionalism, work ethic, and interpersonal skills.
  • If you would like your career focused on a bright and successful future apply now!
  • Online at "Offers of employment are conditional.
  • Candidates must successfully complete a Pre-Employment Drug Screening, Criminal Background Check, and Motor Vehicle Record Check.
  • A criminal record will not automatically disqualify an applicant from employment.
  • We are a drug-free workplace.
  • We are an EEO/ AA employer.
  • Job seekers will be given consideration without regard to their disability or protected veteran status."

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