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Heavy Duty Truck Service Manager

PennFleet Corp is looking for an experienced Heavy Duty Truck Service Manager. This management position will be responsible for customer satisfaction and efficient operations of our Service Department. 

    Immediate Opportunity!

    Pay = $65K to 125K DOE

    Paid Time Off

    • Vacation
    • Holiday
    • Sick
    • Bereavement

    Fantastic Insurance Coverage

    • Medical
    • Dental
    • Vision
    • Long Term Disability
    • Life

    Perks! Perks! And More Perks!     

    • Retirement Savings Plan - 401K
    • Direct Deposit  
    • Debit Card Pay
    • Balance Works (Personal Concierge) — Personal Assistance with referrals, research, and information on travel, child care, financial planning, relocation, home projects, eldercare, pet care, academic information, gift ideas, event planning, medical information and more.
    • Wellness Program — Health risk assessments, sessions with a Personal Wellness coordinator, virtual fitness trainer, wellness tools, trackers, and articles.
    • FinFit — Financial wellness program that assesses personal finances, offers online tools, credit resources, short-term employee loans, and solutions.
    • Working Advantage Discount Program — Up to 60% Discounts on concert tickets, sporting events, theme parks, movies, resorts, attractions, skiing, rental cars, hotels,  travel, gift cards, shopping, and more.
    • Aflac  — Discounted for our employees. Helps with those unexpected hospital expenses that may not be covered by health insurance.
    • Healthy Paws — Discounted for our employees.  Save up to 90% of veterinary bills. Comprehensive coverage for illnesses and accidents, 99% of claims processed in 2 days, and use any licensed vet.


    • Oversee our Service Writers and Techs
    • Evaluate the performance and train staff
    • Actively engage in staff recruiting 
    • Maintain departmental budget
    • Keep up to date with aftermarket warranty policies
    • Monitor and maintain in-house fleet of vehicles
    • Maintain the highest level of customer satisfaction
    • Maintain a clean, organized and safe shop
    • Keep all equipment in good working order
    • Assure proper repair order flow
    • Attend weekly management and safety meetings


    • Have a valid driver’s license
    • Hold or be able to obtain a CDL license
    • Must be able to pass a background check and drug test
    • Minimum of 5 years experience
    • Industry experience repairing and maintaining diesel engines preferred
    • Pennsylvania State Inspector License
    • ASE Diesel Certification Strongly Preferred

    If this sounds like you, then we'd love for you to apply today!

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