Great careers in the auto industry starts in our Auto Service College

Following is a review of the entry level auto parts consultant positions you can expect to hold after graduating from our auto service college.

Typical Employers for Auto Service College Grads

  • New Car Dealers
  • Pre-owned car dealerships
  • Retail automotive repair facilities
  • Automotive custom and specialty shops
  • Aftermarket stores
  • Collision repair facilities
  • Heavy Duty Truck Repair facilities
  • Warehouses
  • Possible entry level occupational title
  • Parts Counter Person
  • Parts Specialist
  • Shipper Receiver
  • Parts Driver
  • Warehousing clerk
  • Possible occupational advancements
  • Assistant Parts Manager
  • Parts Manager
  • Warehouse manager

Automotive Parts Typical responsibilities

  • Orders parts and pulls and issues parts to the Service department
  • Performs over the counter sales transactions
  • Receives and ships parts
  • Assists with inventory and general housekeeping of the parts area
  • Sorts incoming parts and supplies by storing items in an orderly and accessible manner in a warehouse, tool room, supply room or other area
  • Processes incoming requests and issues or distributes parts and supplies for internal usage
  • Maintains records of orders and the amount, kind and location of parts and supplies on hand, using manual or computerized inventory system
  • Prepares requisition orders to replenish parts and supplies
  • Sells spare and replacement parts for motor vehicles, machinery and equipment in a retail setting
  • Advises retail customers or internal users on appropriateness of parts, supplies or materials requested
  • May serve as parts delivery driver

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