CarMax, the nationwide vehicle retailer and resaler, has plans to bring on over 2,000 more employees by 2017’s end with an emphasis on long-term employee relationships.
The U.S. business boasts over 24,000 staffers and prides itself on providing professional development opportunities for its staff.
“First and foremost, CarMax seeks to hire people with integrity who are passionate about customer service. Experience in the auto industry is not necessary to work at CarMax,” Diane Cafritz, chief HR officer at CarMax, said. “The company values personal growth and education which is why CarMax provides ongoing support and development opportunities for our associates.”
Most of the posts are for sales representatives, technicians, detailers and inventory specialists. Some are office positions or customer-oriented.
CarMax listed its core hiring values as commitment to hiring individuals with integrity; community involvement; outstanding training and support, and competitive pay and benefit scales.
Additionally, the company cited its high quality service bays; and it status as one of Fortune magazine’s 100 Best Companies to Work For, as well as numerous other industry recognitions. CarMax strives to make vehicle purchases less stressful and more transparent by maintaining its “no haggle, no hassle” policy, wide selection of inventory and customer-friendly sales terms.