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Based on 767 responses, the job of Parts Manager has received a job satisfaction rating of 3.76 out of 5. On average, Parts Managers are highly satisfied with their job.
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Q: What is it like working as a Parts Manager?

September 2016
"I love my job but not the pay."
Parts Manager:
Pros: I love helping the customer and making sure they get everything to fix there car and making my sales.
Cons: The pay and the bad attitude from co works.
September 2016
Parts Manager:
Pros: Pretty good place to work. Mostly depends on the store manager.
Cons: My store manager isn't qualified for the job.
September 2016
Parts Manager:
Pros: Dealing with vendors and technicians. I love dealing with customers and making people happy. I enjoy keeping inventory up to date and accurate.
Cons: Can be overwhelming. Expected to perform parts and service work day to day. Too much responsibility and not enough pay.
January 2017
"Great stepping stone into auto collision indusrty."
Parts Manager in Savannah:
Pros: You get to work on cars, if you are a car person this will definitely test your knowledge. If you apply yourself to the job there is room for improvement and also to move up in position. This job opens the door for opportunities. Everyday is different.
Cons: You will be working over time, you work inside and outside so weather can become an issue. Stress levels are high often, if you are not well organized, it can be a nightmare.
February 2017
"Its good."
Parts Manager in Ashbourne:
Pros: I like it because you get to meet a lot of different people.
Cons: Sometimes dealing with people and trying to collect money.
February 2017
"Sales driven."
Parts Manager in GAUTENG:
Pros: Setting targets. Following up on prospecting. Resolve unresolved queries. Follow compliance. Opening accounts with new customers. Achieving monthly targets.
Cons: Collecting debt. Following up on cash outstanding. Giving warnings. Dealing with theft. Doing other people's work because of limited staff.
May 2017
"The Okanagan Dream."
Parts Manager in Penticton:
Pros: I like most of the people that I work with. It is a nice town to work in.
Cons: The hour commute to work. The summer time traffic. It's always windy.