John Deere Presents DealerJobs Web Site For Job Seekers
No matter where you live, finding your ideal job can be a challenge, whether calling around to see who’s hiring or making sure your skills will be put to good use. Out of a monstrous sea of online employment sites, John Deere introduces the DealerJobs Web site at www.deere.com/dealerjobs. Job seekers who want a dealership job, whether in sales, supervision or maintenance, can now find positions throughout the United States and Canada in parts, service and sales, ranging from entry to management levels.
The DealerJobs Web site is free for both job seekers and the John Deere dealers who post positions. In its first month online, more than 375 jobs were listed on the site. The site will link applicants from universities, community colleges, trade schools, military and state employment agencies to actual openings at John Deere dealerships.
DealerJobs offers a focused, dedicated way for applicants to find jobs on the local level without having to be local. While many companies offer corporate career opportunities on their home page, independently owned dealerships are generally forced to either advertise locally or take their chances on large and generic online job-search sites.
“Dealers had been asking for an easier way to find qualified employees,” said Melissa Lycan, project manager from the John Deere Commercial and Consumer Equipment Division’s Service Marketing department. “We’ve seen an increase in the demand for quality service, both at our dealerships and through our at-home service Ready to Mow, and we wanted to assist our dealers in recruiting great employees,” said Lycan. “This is really a winning solution for everybody: applicants, our network of dealers and John Deere,” Lycan explained. “But the customers are the ones who will really benefit. Their machines will be able to get the top-notch service they’ve come to expect from John Deere.”
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