The Automobile Club of Southern California is looking to make 60 new job offers in the next week for full-time positions in their emergency roadside service call centers, primarily located in Burbank and Long Beach.
In addition, the Auto Club has dozens of additional openings for a variety of positions throughout Southern California, all listed at AAA.com/careers.
“We are looking for applicants who want to make a difference in people’s lives by helping them in an hour of need,” said Lisa Allen, the Auto Club’s recruitment manager. “Most Southern Californians know how unsettling it can be to have a car breakdown in busy traffic. As an emergency road service dispatcher, you will receive fully-paid training to quickly provide our stranded members with assistance and peace of mind. It’s a fulfilling, fast-paced job setting that offers opportunities for career advancement.”
Qualified candidates will possess outstanding customer service skills, excellent oral communication skills and basic computer proficiency. Full-time positions include medical, dental and vision insurance, 401K and pension plans, and continuous training and career development opportunities.
“The Auto Club has grown and added dozens of new jobs in Southern California even in these recent years of economic downturn because our members value the high level of service they receive along with the many valuable products we offer,” said Jim Philipp, the Auto Club’s vice president for human resources.