Cover Letter Spare Parts Manager

Auto Parts Manager Resume Samples

Auto Parts Managers work in auto service centers or supply stores and are responsbile for providing customer service and maintaining stocks. Other duties of Auto Parts Managers are supervising staff, reducing unused inventory, answering customer inquiries, planning promotions and finding new volume customers, such as organizations holding a vehicle fleet. Qualifications like sales skills, automotive industry knowledge, organizational and communication skills are common experience in Auto Parts Managers resumes. Employers usually select resumes highlighting previous industry in the field and a degree in an automotive-related field.

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Auto Parts Manager

Increased sales by providing customers with expert automotive diagnostics

  • Balanced cash registers daily
  • Managed inventory to ensure parts availability while minimizing inventory costs
  • Resolved customer complaints to mutual satisfaction
2

Auto Parts Manager and Counter Person

Handled the tasks of analyzing sales, expenses and inventory monthly to achieve goals of profit

  • Analyzed the operation of the department and provides technical assistance to the employees of automobile parts
  • Worked with body shop manager and service manager to ensure a timely turnaround of parts required for internal jobs
  • Attends managers meetings and conducts weekly meetings for the automobile parts sales department
  • Handled the tasks of monitoring and supervising daily reports.
  • Responsible for developing sales promotions for various automobile parts
  • Developed, enforced and monitored set guidelines for working with customers to ensure customer satisfaction
  • Responsible for supervising stock order procedures
  • Ensures that the same high level of quality service is provided to internal and outside dealership customers
3

Auto Parts Manager

Completed manager daily work sheet

  • Delegated daily tasks to employees to achieve gaily goals
  • Obtained product knowledge for customer support
  • Retrieved items for customer from back room and assure the product is the correct for the vehicle's issue
  • Built a rapport with customers while providing great customer service
  • Ran diagnostics on vehicle for customers with OBD II connectors
  • Acting Commercial Manager - set-up new accounts, implemented daily truck safety practices
4

Assistant Auto Parts Manager

Maintained CSI {CUSTOMER SATISFACTION INDEX } requirements

  • Organize an efficient warehouse environment
  • Supervised shipping and receiving efforts to ensure timely processing
  • Assist in the collection of past-due accounts
  • Serve as liaison with factory representatives
  • Supervised 3 counter people ; 2 drivers and 1 stock person
  • Made sure factory policy and procedure was applied
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Auto Parts Manager

Delivering 100% customer satisfaction

  • Review operational records and reports for projected sales
  • Assist Store Manager with the P&L Report
  • Making sure employees work as a team and assisting one another
  • Creating an environment where employees can learn and excel their knowledge of automotive parts
  • Maximize profitability through the sales of parts, accessories, and other value added products
  • Resolving customer complaints regarding sales and service
  • Being able to multi-task while working in a fast paced environment
  • Second in command to deal with commercial accounts for billing and payments
  • Opening and closing the store
6

Part-time Sales Manager/auto Parts Manager

  • Responsible for business development including advertisement of inventory online and in auto magazines
  • Sales and vehicle preparation (pricing, detailing, etc)
  • Online vehicle search from auto auctions; extended research on each vehicle (book & market value, estimated repair costs)
  • Part ordering for damaged vehicles - researched auto parts market for best value
  • Partial purchasing experience from automobile auctions
7

Auto Parts Manager

Handled heavy phone sales

  • Accounts Receivable/Collections from weekly sales
  • Dispatched driver's for deliveries
  • Organized work schedule for employees
  • Posted stock orders and overstocked returns
  • Maintained Inventory
  • Provided and Improved quality customer service
  • Used computer daily to search parts, print reports & check /post stock orders
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Auto Parts Manager

  • Oversee the auto parts team, including but not limited to sales and customer service of auto parts
  • Responsible for writing up work orders for auto/part services
  • Basic installation and troubleshooting of Auto Parts
  • Operation of a forklift
9

Auto Parts Manager

Provide auto parts to service technicians

  • Invoicing repairs and parts
  • Inventory Control
  • Developed strong relationships with vendors; dealerships and auto part stores
10

Auto Parts Manager

  • Responsible for ordering, receiving, and stocking parts
  • Assist customers with auto parts answering any questions or concerns
  • Handle returns and cashier when needed

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Sending a résumé without a cover letter is like driving at night without your lights on. (You know, you will get a ticket for that!) So what are the dynamics of an effective cover letter? How can you determine the major points and entice recruiters and hiring managers to take a closer look?

The Salutation: If you know the hiring manager’s name, use it; this is always preferable than the all too common: “To whom it may concern.” Who does it concern, anyway? The salutation should read: “Dear Mr. Manes” or “Dear Ms. Singer.” Given the availability of information online, let your fingers do the walking – do the research to get a name. I know what you are thinking: “Well, how do I get a name if everything is totally anonymous?” Ok, I get it. No information? Nada? You can go with one of the following:  ‘Dear Sir/Madam’, or ‘Dear Hiring Manager’.

Opening Statement: A good cover letter should begin with reference to the opportunity you are pursuing. From there, provide a few relevant attributes you bring to the table. This information must be compelling enough to immediately engage the reader.

For example:

As a highly experienced leader in six sigma process engineering, I am writing to express my interest in the {Title of Job} opportunity listed on your corporate website. Throughout my career, I have consistently improved processes and procedures within the manufacturing sector while promoting a team environment based on dedication and loyalty.

Hook Them: In the second paragraph of the cover letter, focus on the specifics of what you have accomplished. Highlight unique contributions and emphasize achievements that demonstrate your value relative to the role.

Add a list of bullets to show specific accomplishments. This information should complement your résumé, not repeat what is already there.

For example:

As the Senior Production Manager of ABC Company, I refine procedures to optimize workflow on a daily basis. By developing and instituting a comprehensive process management program, I played a pivotal role in reducing costs by 60% and increasing profitability by 30%.

Here are some examples of bullets you might include:

§  Applied Lean Six Sigma principles, which improved product quality by 37%.

§  Implemented spare parts stocking plans for machining, conveyance, and sub-assembly systems.

§  Increased overall shift productivity by 11%, with a 23% reduction in job repairs and rework.

Close Them: Let the firm know you understand their business needs. (This information is easily obtained by visiting the website or reading an industry publication.) Summarize your value briefly and suggest a meeting or let them know you will be in touch at a specific time. If you go this route, follow through.

Cover letters are a powerful and sometimes overlooked marketing tool.  Whether you send one as a formal letter, an email, or uploading to a database, the cover letter is essential to increase your visibility. It is a ‘must have’ for a successful ride on your road to a new career opportunity!

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