Career Opportunities

Brown's Car Stores represents 15 franchises and has 18 locations in Northern Virginia and Maryland. Our goal is to provide a pleasant car buying and service experience. We strive to provide straightforward information that answers the customer's needs first and results in satisfied and loyal clients.

Are you looking for a rewarding career in the automotive industry? We are always looking for talented individuals that are looking for a fulfilling career in the Automotive Industry. To learn more about our positions, click on the listings below. To inquire about a position, please fill out the following form on this page.


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Are you looking for a rewarding career in the automotive industry? We are always looking for talented individuals that are looking for a fulfilling career in the Automotive Industry. To learn more about positions within our company, please read the listings below. To inquire about a position, please fill out the inquiry form on this right-hand side of this page. A member of the Brown's Car Store's Career team will be in contact to schedule an interview.

Sales Consultant
Sales consultants assist customers by demonstrating how to operate a vehicle, offer test drives and assist clients with the purchase of a vehicle.
Sales Manager
Sales managers are responsible for profitability in both the new and used vehicle departments and for customer retention. They must effectively manage sales consultants, have a strong knowledge of the market and product, and an in-depth understanding of all sales departments' financial data as well as strong communication and customer relations skills.
Finance Manager
Finance Managers complete all the legal paperwork involved in a vehicle transaction. In addition, they arrange financing for the customer, and offer aftermarket products including extended maintenance contracts and lo-jack anti-theft equipment to ensure protection of the customer's investment.
Service Advisor
A service advisor works with customers to schedule service work and routine maintenance. Service advisors also handle the administrative and customer relations aspects of service department operations. A service advisor's primary responsibility is to communicate customer's vehicle concerns to the technician, so that the technician can diagnose and fix the vehicle properly.
Service Manager
A Service Manager supervises and directs associates in the service center, and is responsible for the effective operation of the service center to include sales, productivity and profitability. The Service Manager is also responsible for ensuring that the service center operates under safe conditions according to established policies and procedures and in compliance with federal, state, county, and municipal regulations.
Parts Advisor
A Parts Advisor assists the service technicians and walk-in customers in purchasing parts and accessories. They are responsible for keeping track of inventory and placing orders for parts and accessories that are not currently in stock.
Parts Manager
The Parts Manager strives to return a satisfactory profit on the dealership's investment in parts inventory.  Parts managers accomplish their objectives through the use of proper purchasing procedures, inventory control, staff utilization, security, pricing, merchandising, display and advertising.
Entry Level Technician
Entry-level service technicians inspect, maintain and repair automobiles, while training with skilled technicians. Master Technician  Master technicians are responsible for repairing the most challenging and time-sensitive problems that vehicles have when they arrive at the service department.  

Keeps equipment available for use by inspecting and testing vehicles; completing preventive maintenance such as, engine tune-ups, oil changes, tire rotation and changes, wheel balancing, replacing filters. Maintains vehicle functional condition by listening to operator complaints; conducting inspections; repairing engine failures; repairing mechanical and electrical systems malfunctions; replacing parts and components; repairing body damage. Verifies vehicle serviceability by conducting test drives; adjusting controls and systems. Complies with state vehicle requirements by testing engine, safety, and combustion control standards. Maintains vehicle appearance by cleaning, washing, and painting. Maintains vehicle records by recording service and repairs. Keeps shop equipment operating by following operating instructions; troubleshooting breakdowns; maintaining supplies; performing preventive maintenance; calling for repairs. Contains costs by using warranty; evaluating service and parts options. Keeps supplies ready by inventorying stock; placing orders; verifying receipt. Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading technical publications. Accomplishes maintenance and organization mission by completing related results as needed.
Lot Porter
Cleans and services cars on the lot. Cleans interior and exterior of cars being offered for sale. May pick up and deliver cars to customers. Warranty Administrator The warranty clerk handles all warranty claims, a task that requires strong interpersonal communication skills.
The receptionist greets customers when they come into the dealership's showroom, answers their questions and directs them to the appropriate staff member. They also answer all incoming calls, take messages and transfer callers to the appropriate department.

An automotive cashier receives payments from customers getting their vehicles maintained or repaired, or buying parts or fluids specific to certain vehicles. These cashiers sometimes also act as the front desk receptionist and answer telephones.

Bookkeepers keep complete, up-to-date and accurate records of accounts and financial arrangements for the dealership.  Bookkeepers verify and enter information into ledgers or a computer, balance the accounts, and compile reports and financial statements.  In smaller dealerships, bookkeepers may also have the duties of an accounts receivable and accounts payable clerk.
The Comptroller is responsible for the financial condition of the dealership, and directing the overall financial planning, budgeting and accounting practices.
Title Clerk

The Title and Tag Clerk processes new and used vehicle sales transactions, verifies information for the accounting department and prepares legal transfer documents for the state department of motor vehicles.
Accounts Receivable/Payable
Accounts Receivable Clerks process payments to customers' accounts and take appropriate action on overdue payments.  Accounts Receivable Clerks also maintain records and deposits. Accounts Payable Clerks process invoices for the dealership and make payments by the due date, as well as review and resolve any invoicing issues. 
Body Shop Manager
The Body Shop Manager is responsible for the reputation, efficiency, and profitability of shop operations. They oversee daily operation of the business, including workflow through the body and paint departments. They are responsible for controlling costs, building a loyal clientele, maintaining good employee relations, setting and obtaining objectives, and keeping records. They may have parts, production, and/or other managers to assist with duties.
Body Shop Estimator
The Body Shop Estimator inspects and analyzes collision damaged vehicles to create a repair plan and apply pricing. They build relationships with vehicle owners, repairers, and insurance personnel to negotiate costs and sell work. They use computers to write estimates and interact with other
computer software. 
Body Shop Painter/Technician

Restores damaged vehicles to their original structural integrity, function, and appearance. Uses hand tools and power tools to remove or repair damaged parts, weld as needed, and properly install new parts. Works with a variety of metals and plastics, as well as glass, electrical, and mechanical parts. Damaged vehicles must be repaired correctly so they will perform as designed, especially in subsequent collisions.