Parts Manager
Job Description

WHY CALMONT

At Calmont, you are more than just an employee, everyone is a respected and valued member of our team.  We provide a supportive work environment which enables personal and professional growth.

 

ABOUT THE ROLE

Join our team and experience a rewarding and challenging work environment with skilled and supportive teammates.  We are currently accepting resumes from organized and team-oriented individuals who are looking for a career as an Parts Manager at our Calmont Volvo Dealership in Edmonton, AB.


A Parts Manager will manage the day-to-day operations of the Parts Department.  Operational requirements include the marketing and profitability of the department, the capacity and efficiency at which it is operating, the quality of the work being performed, the degree of customer satisfaction, and follow-up of workshop statistics.  In addition, accomplishes objectives through the use of proper purchasing procedures, inventory control, and staff utilization, security, pricing, merchandising, displaying and advertising. Effective and pro-active management of staff resources to facilitate employee retention, productivity, and job satisfaction is key to achieving operational success.


 
The core responsibilities of a Parts Manager include, but are not limited to:


 

  1. Provide pro-active leadership and management of all staff resources within Parts Department to maintain a functional department in line with overall department forecasts and company policies.
  2. Understands and adheres to Company standards, policies, procedures, and practices.
  3. Maintains effective working relationships and communications with other company departments and personnel.
  4. Foster the team environment and create a “group culture".
  5. Drive and maintain a high level of efficiency and productivity.
  6. Actively seek and keep abreast of all relevant industry/ occupational knowledge, changes and potential opportunities thru the pursuit and participation of training, industry specific literature, industry, trade or professional specific associations and education.  
  7. Work with Calmont Group Service and Sales departments to oversee all sales programs and activities to achieve the volume of sales projected in the annual forecast.




Job Requirements

DESIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

  • High School Diploma or GED.
  • Minimum of 8 to 10 years related dealership experience in heavy-duty transport industry.

  • Minimum of 3 years supervisory/management experience in related industry environment.

  • Valid Class 5 Drivers License.
  • Valid Class 2 or 3 Drivers License considered an asset.
  • Effective interpersonal and communication skills in order to work with wide number of people, including peers, subordinates, and other company departments and staff.
  • Excellent attention to detail with a sense of urgency to meet tight deadlines.
  • Strong customer service attitude and leadership to ensure customer expectations are exceeded.


 

WHY YOU SHOULD APPLY

If you enjoy working in a fast-paced environment and enjoy a challenge, then this may be the opportunity for you.  At Calmont, we believe in a healthy work-life balance and we are pleased to offer a competitive compensation package, along with a first class benefits package for the correct individual.

 

We would like to thank all applicants for their interest in the position but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


Company Overview

Calmont Group is a growing Canadian-based company with branches in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Ontario. We are dedicated to delivering best-in-class transportation solutions to meet the diverse needs of our customers. Headquartered in Edmonton, Alberta, Calmont Group is comprised of Calmont Leasing Ltd., Calmont Truck Centre Ltd. and Carter Lease and Rentals.

Calmont Truck Centre operates a Volvo Truck franchise providing the largest selection of top-of-the-line Volvo heavy-duty work vehicles, commercial trucks, fleet vehicles, work trucks, and company vehicles. We have locations in Edmonton, Calgary, and Lethbridge.