Carvana Brings New Jobs to Support Growing Online Automotive Industry Auto Retailer Seeking Talented Web Developers, Customer Advocates and Managers in Phoenix, Atlanta and Nashville to Keep Up With Strong Demand for Online Car Sales
PHOENIX, Aug. 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Carvana (www.carvana.com), the first complete online auto retailer, today announces plans to increase its workforce by more than 50 percent within the next six months. The new staff will help the company better serve the growing consumer demand for alternative car buying channels, as well as expand its product offering and accelerate its geographical expansion. Positions are currently available in the areas of analytics, web development, design, customer advocates and management.
Carvana's most immediate needs are for web developers to assist in maintaining and enhancing its Web and mobile solutions. As a company that continues to entice consumers to break away from the antiquated brick and mortar dealership model, talented developers are crucial in bringing the company's innovative car buying solutions to market.
"In the last 18 months since our launch, consumer adoption of our online model has exceeded our expectations, and our aggressive hiring is a further testament to that," says Ernie Garcia, founder and president of Carvana. "We're confident that there are incredibly talented candidates out there who are looking to join a company that is disrupting the automotive industry, and we are committed to offering a thriving work environment in which employees can learn, grow and use their skills to contribute to the success of our business."
Carvana is primarily hiring for its headquarters in Phoenix, with additional opportunities in Atlanta and Nashville. The new positions offer competitive salaries and benefits, including health care coverage and participation in the company's 401(k) program. For further information on Carvana's culture and available positions, please visit http://www.carvana.com/careers.
Based in Phoenix and with operations out of the southeast, Carvana is the first complete online auto retailer that allows consumers to shop, finance and purchase a car entirely online, and have it ready for home delivery or pick-up at the nation's first vending machine as soon as the next day. The company is backed by more than $1 billion in revenue and more than 20 years experience in the secondary car market. All cars available on Carvana.com come fully covered with a 100-day or 4,189 mile bumper-to-bumper warranty and a 7-day "test own" return policy.