Chevrolet Job Application Form 2017


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Chevrolet Application

By applying Chevrolet you may join Chevrolet’s family. At the same time you will be able to look for Chevrolet job postings and apply to any notices you like.

Open Positions: Sales Associate, Car Detailer, Office Manager, Accountant, Financial Analyst, Process and Technical Support Associate, Maintenance Technician, Maintenance Supervisor, Inspector, Inspection Supervisor, Collision Estimator, Service Technician, Sales Consultant, Supervisor in Training, Inventory Control Specialist, Group Leader

Printable Application PDF/Form: No.

How to Apply Chevrolet Jobs: Official Site

Chevrolet + You

Ideas. Dedication. Collaboration. These are the principles on which our company continues to grow and evolve. We achieve this by giving our employees more responsibility, more opportunity, more accountability when it comes to building some of the best cars in the world.

About Chevrolet

Chevrolet was founded in Detroit, by racer Louis Chevrolet and General Motors founder William C. “Billy” Durant in November 1911, and soon earned a reputation for performance, durability and value.

Chevrolet’s early adoption of landmark technologies fundamentally changed the way the world looked at cars. From the very start, the focus was on delivering high end technology and features for its lineup of affordable cars and trucks. The first Chevrolet — the Series C Classic Six — came with electric starters and electric headlamps, a rarity even in luxury cars. In the decades that followed, innovations such as safety glass, fuel injection, anti-lock brakes and electronic stability control systems were featured on Chevrolet models.

Affordable performance is a hallmark of Chevrolet. The early four- and six-cylinder engines were known for durability and performance, but it was the introduction of Chevrolet’s small-block V-8 in 1955 that ushered in an era of high-performance vehicles. For the next 50 years, it powered millions of cars and trucks. This legacy is still visible in the new generation small-block V-8s used in trucks and SUVs, as well as performance cars including the Camaro SS and Corvette today.

 

 

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