Assistant Branch Manager

Founded in 1982, Insurance Auto Auctions, Inc. is one of the leading North American salvage auto auctions. We have exclusive focus on the automotive total-loss industry and over 150 corporate owned facilities across the United States and Canada. We provide Sellers and Buyers with the best solution to process and acquire total-loss, recovered-theft, fleet lease, dealer trade-in and collision damaged rental vehicles
IAA is seeking an Assistant Branch Manager to drive the overall performance and operations for our Manchester, NH facility. This position is responsible for ensuring the branch meets or exceeds its planned profitability, sales and customer service levels. The Assistant Branch Manager also interacts with all levels of staff within IAA and is responsible for maintaining a safe and positive work environment by managing and mentoring local staff.
Job Description:
Key Responsibilities (include but are not limited to)
Responsible maintaining a safe and positive work environment
Ensuring compliance with operational standards
Maintaining strong customer relationships
Facilitating positive employee relations
Managing and Mentoring local staff
Meeting/exceeding growth and profitability goals
P&L and budget responsibility
Interactions with Others
Directly Reports to Branch Manager
Human Resources
Regional General Manager
Insurance companies
Towing vendors
Department of Motor Vehicles
Corporate staff
Sales team
Educational/Certification Requirements
BA/BS degree or equivalent experience required.
A minimum 3 - 5 years' experience with increasing managerial responsibility required.
Experience or knowledge of insurance, automobile or parts industries and general mechanical knowledge of makes and models of vehicles preferred.
In return for your excellent skills and abilities, we offer a benefits package including: health insurance, 401K, STD/LTD, Life Insurance/AD&D, paid holidays and vacations.
Visit www.iaai.com to apply.
IAA is a drug-free workplace. EOE

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