Location General Manager

Position Description

Are You a High Performing, Experienced Retail Manager Looking to Grow Your Career with a World Class, Successful Retailer? Then read on...

CarMax is...

  • An award winning retailer that specializes in automobile sales
  • A FORTUNE "100 Best Companies to Work For" multiple years in a row
  • Passionate about our culture of integrity, associate development and community involvement
  • Nationally recognized for it's training programs
  • Changing the way people purchase used cars

We offer...

  • An extensive management development training program. CarMax Location General Managers begin as Location General Managers in Training (LGMIT) and are required to complete an extensive training program that includes on-the-job store rotations in all areas of the store
  • A unique opportunity to influence and drive change across the organization
  • An environment that fosters work/life balance - we recognize that there is life outside of work
  • A competitive base salary, monthly bonuses, stock incentives, a demo car and a comprehensive benefits package

Position Requirements

We are looking for retail managers to become Location General Managers. You must have...

  • 5+ years of demonstrated general management or multi-unit experience with a major retailer managing a store team of 100+ associates
  • A hands-on management style with a passion for driving sales
  • The ability to develop creative solutions for difficult problems
  • A strong focus on achieving results
  • A passion for providing exceptional customer service
  • A demonstrated ability to develop associates at all levels and be part of a team
  • An ability to relocate

Meet Some of CarMax's Employees

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Megan

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