CarMax in Renton is hiring

The company is looking to fill 50 positions, including full time and part time positions.

  • Wednesday, October 4, 2017 2:57pm
  • Business

CarMax is set to open a new location in Renton in November, 3751 East Valley Road.

On Sept. 26 the company announced it is looking to fill 50 positions including full and part-time.

Available positions include sales, business office, and service operations positions including inventory associates, service advisors and technicians.

CarMax is offering up to $5,000 sign on bonuses for Automotive Technicians (based on experience level). Technician positions require previous automotive experience, however most positions do not.

The positions are in sales, the business office and service operations positions. Applications are currently being accepted online at www.jobs.carmax.com.

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