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Assistant Operations Manager

As a company we are growing and to aid with our growth efforts we are looking for an Operations Manager Assistant to assist the manager of our reconditioning services team. With Magic One services being offered throughout the Charlotte Metro Area, this will require travel. If you are looking for an established company that is family oriented and growing, this is the company for you. We offer competitive pay, a great team atmosphere, benefits packages that includes a 401k plan, healthcare coverage and PTO. If this is something you are looking for in your next employer apply today.

As an Operations Manager Assistant with Magic One, you will need to have strong organizational skills and some supervisory/managerial experience. This position is physical in nature thus will require some light lifting and long hours on your feet. Also you must be able to problem solve and handle daily operational tasks. An ideal applicant would be looking to grow into a management opportunity through a growing company.

Duties include, but not limited to

  • Assisting in operations duties of existing and new reconditioning site locations and technicians
  • Maintain accounts through effective communication with representatives and customers
  • Conduct quality control inspections of work spaces, services rendered, and uniforms
  • Provide guidance to the development of staff by ensuring all needs are met including: facility, tooling, equipment, and uniform needs
  • Ensure production flow and standards are being followed and met at the site locations
  • Assist with technology software set up and troubleshooting


  • 1 to 3 years of supervisory/managerial experience
  • Be able to lift up to 50 lbs
  • Automotive experience is preferred but not required
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Sales Force software
  • Strategic planning and development skills
  • Strong ability to multitask and problem solve
  • Must be able to handle a high stress and production environment
  • Candidate must have a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record
  • Pre-employment drug screen and background check require

Compensation: $32,000 (starting salary range)


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