Motivated auto body professional with extensive experience managing collision center, over seeing all phases of daily operations. Proven ability to train, supervise, and motivate employees in a safe and pleasant work enviroment. Able to maintain high levels of employee satisfaction which bring high levels of customer satisfaction.
Manage production processes in high volume collision center. Responsible for load leveling technicians, tracking location and progress of all vehicles in process. Communicating with estimators and manager as vehicles move thru shop, Maintain and monitor supply expenses, oversee body and paint production and final quality control.
Secured insurance accounts and traveled Arizona as an independent auto damage appraiser. Scheduled appointments with clients, traveled to house/shop, negotiated repairs, billed and collected from insurance companies. Had partner that covered southern Az I covered mid and northern Az
Responsible for all decision making processes, over seeing all phase of daily operations of the collision center, including hiring and training of all personnel, obtaining and maintaining DRP accounts. Provided exceptional leadership for the team and provided high quality of customer service.
Same duties as Earnhardt Dodge, transferred to Dodge at request of Earnhardt family to manage struggling collision center. 25 years of continuous employment with Earnhardts.
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