Discount Tire is an American retail chain that sells tires and wheels. It was founded in 1960 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Today, there are almost 1,050 Discount Tire stores in 35 states. Almost half of the stores are located in Texas and California. More than 20,000 employees are working at Discount Tire stores across the United States. Discount Tire is known as “America’s Tire” in some regions of California.
Discount Tire Jobs
If you feel pride in serving the American people great tires and wheels, Discount Tire (also known as America’s Tire) will be such a great company for you, which will help you fulfill your wishes. Being one of the major tire companies in the United States, Discount Tire offers you plenty of different job opportunities!
Just as supplying the customers with high-quality tires and wheels, this company will supply you with unequaled knowledge about the business. You will increase your value both as an employee and as a person while you are working at this Discount Tire.
How to Apply
- Go to Discount Tire’s official career website.
- You will find the search bar near the bottom of the page. There, you can search for jobs by keyword or location. You can also click “View All Jobs at Discount Tire” or “View All Jobs at America’s Tire”.
- You will be provided with a list of relevant jobs. There, you can read further information and make an online job application by clicking the job title of an appealing job position.
Minimum Age to Work: 18
Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:00am-6:00pm, Saturday 8:00am-5:00pm. Closed Sunday.
Job Positions: Tire service technician, assistant manager.
Printable Job Application Form PDF: Available.
Positions & Salaries
Tire Service Technician: You will install new tires and wheels. You will perform maintenance on tires, including rotations, balancing, and repairs. You will conduct basic maintenance and cleaning. All in all, you will provide helpful, friendly and responsive customer service. You will be trained and be paid while you are trained.
Assistant Manager: You will provide excellent customer service experience in sales and service. You will empower customers with product knowledge. You will perform inventory management. You will be responsible for the installation and maintenance of tires/wheels, rotations, balancing and repairs. You will provide training and guidance for Tire Service Technicians. No automotive experience is required according to the official website of Discount Tire.
Discount Tire Application Form PDF
Below, you can find Discount Tire’s printable job application form. Print it and fill it out. Then, you can submit it to a Discount Tire or America’s Tire location near you for employment.
The job application form for a job at Discount Tire / America’s Tire consists of 4 pages. First, you should write your personal data and indicate the job position you are applying for. Then, provide some background information. Next, answer the questions in the Essential Job Functions section. Indicate how you were referred to the company, answer the question about your attendance and punctuality, provide requested information about your education, and list your job-related skills if you have any. The second page is completely dedicated to your employment history. On the third page, you can state your additional work experience and computer experience, then list three references who know your experience and/or education well enough. On the fourth page, answer a set of questions regarding your employment goals. We highly recommend that you take this section seriously because your answers to these questions will be among the primary criteria when the hiring manager decides whether to hire you or not. Providing answers that will show your competence and dedication to the job will be a big plus for you. Finally, print your name and today’s date, then read the final Certification and sign the form with your pen. Add the date again, too. The application form will then be ready to be submitted.
Discount Tire Interview
After you applied for the job you will be called for an interview. They will interview you for 20-30 minutes. You will be asked questions such as “How well do you work with the others?”, “Why do you want to work here? “ and “Do you see yourself working for short term or long term?”. Questions about your previous job experiences, your personality, your availability, etc. should be expected, too. They may give you certain customer service situations and ask you how would you respond. You will be contacted in a few days.
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