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SHIP MY RIDE knows that having a team full of experts will help us build strong and committed business relationships, not only by proving an excellent car shipping service, but also by setting high our auto moving quality standards. We’re trying to find the pieces missing in our car shipping team. 

We are looking for people with an upbeat spirit, we need people who believe in customer service and we require them to be the best at whatever task we give them. We have metrics to meet, goals to reach and results to deliver, all of these, so we can satisfy our auto shipping customers’  needs and preferences. 

People who want to grow in a well-established company, commitment is something we are definitely looking for in our employee candidates, and we need them to demonstrate their commitment in every task they are given, we need people with really good work ethics, and people who is willing to go the extra mile with their performance. Having the will to learn is also very important for us. You will be working for an extremely reliable and responsible company whose main priority is its client’s satisfaction at all times. 

If you think you are the perfect candidate for SHIP MY RIDE, feel free to send us your resume to the following e-mail address in order for you to be contacted by one of recruiters; you will receive all the information you need about the job’s position, requirements and process to follow in order for you to get the job.  
 If you would like to become part of our auto transport company please send your contact information and resume to info@shipmyride.com and we will contact you shortly after.  Remember that for SHIP MY RIDE giving a service on point will always be one of our goals. 

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