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Administration Manager in Charlotte, NC at Sonic Automotive

Date Posted: 3/9/2019

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Job Description

Sonic Automotive is a fortune 500 company and is one of the largest automotive retailers in the United States.   Sonic Automotive operates in 15 states, is comprised of over 100

dealerships, and represents 29 different brands of

automobiles. These dealerships provide numerous services, including sales of new and used cars; sales of replacement parts; vehicle maintenance, warranty, paint, and collision repair services; and arrangement of extended warranty contracts, financing, and insurance for the company's customers.    In March of 2019, Sonic will open a Guest Experience Center located in Lowell, NC to support retail locations.

Job Summary: The Administration Manager keeps the operation of the organization smooth and organizes the functions of the information management system. This person will oversee Customer Service, lobby, IT Buchanan support, vendor relations, mail room and Centralize Advertising invoice reconciliation for Retail Strategy partners.
The Administration Manager will work with all department managers and supervisors for scheduling meetings, communicating operational data to all staff, and answer inter-office inquiries. The administration manager provides support for all projects as needed.
Duties and Responsibilities:
•         Ensures operations run smoothly within departments such as IT, mail, scheduling, distribution, records management, security and access, recycling, wellness, custodial, and transportation services.
•         Processes Central Advertising invoices for Retail Strategy division.
•         Facilitates the acquisition, distribution, and storage of equipment and supplies.
•         Plan workspaces as needed and oversee renovations of existing space.
•         Plan long term and short-term maintenance needs.
•         Oversees support services.
•         Works with Buchanan staff to maintain equipment and IT needs.
•         Reviews office invoices, codes for processing, and approves through COUPA.
•         Provides historical reference by developing and utilizing filing and retrieval systems on site and with out-sourced vendors.

•         Must be aware of crisis management and effectively manage emergency situations for the office.
•         Work with HR staff to be aware of state and federal laws and regulations related to the work unit.
•         Skilled in Microsoft office suite with emphasis in Excel including pivot tables, conditional formatting and charting techniques.

Desired Experience:
•         A college degree in Business, Human Resources, or liberal arts
•         Experience in supervisory or administrative support role

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