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ADESA Long Island To Host Job Fair

March 14, 2003

As ADESA Long Island prepares for opening day, the auction will host a job fair, Wednesday, March 26 at the Hampton Inn, Farmingville, NY from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

“This spring, ADESA Long Island will be opening its doors to licensed vehicle dealers on the island,” said Todd Darr, general manager for ADESA Long Island. “As we move forward, we’re targeting individuals with automotive industry experience to fill key management positions.”

During the job fair, ADESA says candidates will have opportunities to fill out applications and meet staff members from ADESA Long Island. Candidates will also be able to participate in on-site interviews and learn more about the auction’s features, benefits and available jobs which include: fleet/lease manager, office manager, reconditioning manager, transportation manager, security manager, lot manager, systems coordinator, assistant controller, inside/outside sales representatives and vehicle appraisers.

"ADESA Long Island has great jobs available for skilled workers," said Ric Hanson, regional vice president, northern operations. "Besides providing opportunities for qualified candidates, ADESA is active in supporting workforce development initiatives in the communities where we do business."

ADESA Long Island says it offers a competitive salary and benefit package including a 401-K and stock purchase plan. Benefits available to full-time employees include medical, dental, vision, life insurance, and short and long term disability insurance. For employment consideration, please email your resume and salary requirements to: Lhorodyski@adesa.com or call (631) 205-5000. Resumes may also be brought to the job fair. ADESA is an Equal Opportunity Employer as well as a smoke and drug - free workplace.

Located on two pieces of property, ADESA Long Island’s main auction building is being built on 30 acres and will house the arena and the administrative offices in a 36,430 square-foot facility. The receiving, reconditioning and mechanical shop property will be housed on 17.5 acres.

According to the company, ADESA Long Island will feature six fully-automated auction lanes, 500 dealer parking spaces, four covered consignment registration lanes, and sale parking for over 1,800 consigned units. The auction will also house a 120,000 square-foot vehicle loading and unloading area that is big enough to receive hundreds of vehicles at one time. As an added benefit, ADESA Long Island will have a secure around the clock dealer drop-off and pre-registration area. Weekly consignment and factory sales will take place almost every day from this site.

Headquartered in Indianapolis, Ind., ADESA Corp. is a wholly owned subsidiary of ALLETE, Inc. Through its network of subsidiaries, ADESA operates 53 wholesale vehicle auctions and six heavy-duty commercial vehicle auctions strategically located across the United States, Canada and Mexico. The ADESA network of services includes several other related businesses in the vehicle remarketing industry including ADESA Impact total loss management (with 26 auction locations), Micro 21 dealer software, AutoVIN inspection services, PAR North America remarketing services and Automotive Finance Corp. (AFC). For further information on ADESA Corp., call 1-800-923-3725 or go to www.adesa.com.

Comments

  1. 1. Mr wayne [ March 29, 2013 @ 06:19PM ]

    WARNING! Avoid like the plague! I dont even want to give this place one star. This is the worst car auction you will ever go to. Save your gas, money, and time to go somewhere else. I have been going to this auction since they first opened. Throught out the time, things have gotten worse and worse. Other dealers are messing up your cars, stealing your keys, items in your cars, and it seems every car you get ends up with a transmission problem. Every time you try to arbitrate something they are never on your side. So then you are stuck with it. They are very stict, but the place is not so wonderful. This place is a lost cause. They dont care you are a customer. They care about ripping you off with fees! There is more than one car auction this is not the only one. Do yourself the favor and go somewhere else!

 

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