Camping World Jacksonville , FL 32277
Are you working long hours in your current F&I role or do not see the reward for your efforts? RV World is seeking an experienced Finance & Insurance Manager (F&I)/Sales Manager. If you are a self-motivated professional with superior customer service skills we want you on our team! The ideal candidate is someone who has the ability to hit the ground running or who is very motivated to learn. In addition, we are looking for strong business acumen and sales aptitude and someone who is self-directed by nature.
Essential Job Functions of the F&I Manager are as follows:
Selects appropriate lender, secures approval, obtains customer commitment, and finalizes delivery
Manages placement of contracts while maximizing F&I PVR
Assists sales desk in structuring deal
Consistently adheres to all F&I office process and flow of contracts
Manages contracts in transit and ensures funding with constant communication with business office
Tracks and monitors F&I PVR, product penetration and lender penetrations
Participates weekly in sales meetings regarding F&I training and issues
Assists General Manager and Sales Manager in training sales staff
Adhere to all company policies and procedures
Essential Job Skills:
Bachelors Degree preferred
3-5 years of working knowledge in Finance and Insurance products
Menu selling experience in required
Business management experience in the automobile industry is a plus
Effective oral and written skills, good time management skills, and professional dress, speech, and behavior are all required for this position.
Strong Closing skills are necessary
Expected hours of operation 8:00-6:00
Strong organizational skills Ability to train finance and sales personnel
Valid driver's license
We promote a drug-free work environment.
Competitive pay, based on experience.
We don't just accept diversity -- we support it, celebrate it and thrive on it for the benefit of our associates, our customers and our company. We are proud to be an equal opportunity workplace where we strive to think outside -- and not simply check -- the box