Notice to Veterans: Western Peterbilt Has Staff Openings and Wants YOU


Attention, Veterans!
If you are a veteran, you know that a disciplined passion for excellence makes good soldiers even better. Western Peterbilt believes it makes for better employees, too. It is currently looking to fill positions at various locations and wants veterans to apply.
Western Peterbilt is owned by GWP Holdings, LLC and based in Seattle, Washington, where all the business’s administrative work is handled (administrative work includes sales, human resources, accounting), along with its credit and information technology departments. It also has locations in Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane, Pasco, Moses Lake, Marysville, and Yakima, Washington; Anchorage, Alaska; Sacramento, California; and Oregon. GWP Holdings is also the parent company of Western Truck Parts and Equipment.
Western Peterbilt was incorporated in 1982 and operates as a dealer of new or used trucks, parts, and services. It offers truck leasing and body shop services. The opportunities at Western Peterbilt are as diverse. If you are a skilled tradesman, there are several opportunities available. If you prefer the business side, there are additional opportunities in sales, business development and strategic management. To learn if there is an opening your area, visit the Western Peterbilt Careers page, or check all current listings at Hire Veterans.
For veterans it is all about teamwork and going the extra mile to help somebody. Western Peterbilt knows that hiring veterans to be part of its professional staff would not only guarantee that customers have a positive experience, it would simultaneously maintain the high standard of customer service that is a mark of the company.
In today’s economy it is unusual for a company to invest in its employees, but Western Peterbilt wants veterans to know that it provides its employees with ongoing training and development opportunities. The company realizes it needs to do this to maintain the high standards of performance with which the company prides itself. Employees are regularly updated on the latest computer diagnostic tools and receive training that qualifies them for certification from Peterbilt, Eaton, Caterpillar, Cummins and Meritor WABCO, all respected names in the industry.
Yet it is not just the training and development opportunities of its employees that are a priority with Western Peterbilt. It respects its customers and the unique situations they face. The company knows that any time a business vehicle is in for service, it could mean money out of its customer’s pocket. So they have made sure that their parts staff is knowledgeable and dedicated to being attentive and courteous, and making sure customers get the right parts the first time.
Western Peterbilt is committed to the highest standards of performance and takes pride in being the industry leading experts. The company actively seeks opportunities for continuous improvement and is committed to providing a challenging and rewarding employment experience for its work force. So if you are a veteran seeking a career opportunity, do not hesitate to look into Western Peterbilt.

You can find more out about the company by clicking on Western Peterbilt, or searching its career opportunities at Hire Veterans or Western Peterbilt Careers


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