Do you have a passion for automobiles, success, and adventure? Do you have an insatiable appetite for winning? Get behind the wheel of a little-known, high-earning potential career in Japan and Korea!
We have a unique opportunity available for a driven independent sales representative at one of our many locations across Japan. The ideal candidate will represent American automakers such as Chrysler, Ford, and Harley-Davidson whose vehicles are available to purchase by military personnel stationed at U.S. bases in Japan or Korea for delivery in the United States.
This position offers higher-than-average commissions and added — job-specific — sales training provided with no Japanese required. It does require confidence, charisma and a turbo-charged personality. If you’re an energetic go-getter who always has a full tank of gas, you’ll be able to work independently while helping those who serve. Military Auto Source offers the latest customer relationship management (CRM) tech to help manage sales and leads, developmental training to help put your career in overdrive and all the tools needed for you to become your own boss! Positions are available across Honshu, Okinawa, and Korea.
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We prefer American, Australian, Canadian, British and Irish nationals or citizens of other U.S.-allied countries due to security issues when working on U.S. military bases. Non-U.S. citizens must hold a valid working visa for Japan (e.g. spouse visa or permanent residency).
Ready to turn the key and put your life in Japan into top gear? The online application process is quick and involves a short online vetting process to see if you’re the right fit. Put the pedal to the metal and visit the MAS website now by clicking "Apply" below!
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