INTERN - Fixed Operations

Fixed Operations Intern - Paid Internship

Course of Study

Bachelor's degree with major in Business Management, Business Administration, or Automotive Technology Management


  • 1 year in length [37.5 hours per week during the summer; 25 hours per week during school year]
  • Internship to begin in May

  • Junior (or a Senior planning to pursue a Master's Degree in the fall)
  • Must be an active student for the entire length of internship
  • At least 1 year of work experience
  • International students may require special work authorization to work a one-year internship. Speak with your International Students Office/Advisor at your institution before applying.

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to interface with all levels of the organization
  • Proficiency in Word, Access, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Ability to work independently
  • Must possess a valid driver's license and an acceptable driving record

  • Assist with parts sales, marketing and promotional activities
  • Support for National Parts Sales Manager and Parts Sales Analyst
  • Assist in reviewing composing and posting Subarunet announcements for retailers Review monthly programs and highlight significant KPI (Key Performance Indicators) changes and trends
  • Assist with parts sales analysis and improvement opportunities
  • Product research for evaluation of competitive pricing and product offerings
  • Learn and understand the Subaru Business Intelligence (SBI) Parts Sales Reporting System
  • Collect data, analyze, and produce key monthly function code sales reports
  • Attend quarterly supplier sales meetings

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