Advance Auto Enters Second Year with the Nations Largest Military Job Board – HireVeterans.com
By Randy Miller
We are very proud to announce that Advance Auto Parts has enter into the second year with HireVeterans.com to reach out to our talented Military Veterans. Over the past 12 months, they had received and accepted for hire over 400 resumes from Veteran men and women using the HireVeterans.com job board. This shows the commitment that they have to employ America’s finest.
“Plain and simple: We’re leaders. And there’s more than 78 years of grease, grime and grit under our fingernails to prove it. At Advance Auto Parts, we’re not just about delivering quality, affordable parts – we’re working to give our customers the confidence to do the job themselves, and do it right.
We’re the second-largest automotive aftermarket retailer in the United States. We’re over 3,400 stores strong and equipped with over 50,000 of the best Team Members in the business – and we’re still looking for more horsepower. It’s about knowing what it means to wrench up. To take control. Master the machine. That’s the power we give our customers. And it’s what we can do for your career.”
This is an organization built to last. With over 3,400 stores in 40 states, and opportunities in Retail, Commercial Business, Corporate and Logistics divisions, there are thousands of different avenues you can explore until you find the right area where you can grow and excel. Distribution Managers, Delivery Drivers, Tax Accountants, Graphic Designers, General Managers at the store level and Human Resource Consultants – no matter your field, there’s a place for you if you have the drive to take your career to the next level.
To view and apply to Advance Auto Parts careers, visit HireVeterans.com – Advance Auto
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