Burlington Subaru-Hyundai Lot Attendant

Burlington Subaru Lot Attendant Job Open
Burlington Subaru-Hyundai Lot Attendant


A Lot Attendant at Burlington Subaru Assists in the management of new and used vehicle inventory and plays a key role in maintaining the overall appearance of our car lot by keeping lines straight and parking vehicles by model.


  • Make sure all used vehicles have Buyer's Guide and plate frames 
  • Keep lines straight and models organized according to type 
  • Keep at least half a tank of gas in all used cars 
  • Start all used cars at least once a week 
  • Shuffle order of used cars at least once a week 
  • Start all new cars once a week in the winter 
  • Keep lot organized with wholesale and new inventory separate and all cars properly away from main roads 
  • Run errands including swap drives as needed 
  • Assist with snow and ice removal when necessary 
  • Move sold vehicles to and from detail area, gas and mount plates as needed 
  • May be required to assist in detail area with cleaning and preparing vehicles for delivery+ 
  • Other duties as assigned 


  • A positive attitude and strong work ethic
  • Able to perform each of the essential duties in a satisfactory manner
  • A Valid driver's license and good driving record
  • The ability to drive a standard transmission/stick-shift 


Our company is proud to offer the following benefits

  • Fun and Collaborative Environment
  • Community Driven Organization that Supports Local Causes
  • Medical with HRA (Family coverage offered; single-only coverage paid 100% by the company)
  • Dental (Family coverage offered; single-only coverage paid 100% by the company)
  • Life Insurance (Paid 100% by the company)
  • Colonial Life/UNUM Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account
  • Paid Vacation
  • Paid Sick Days
  • Paid Holidays
  • 401(k) Employer Contributions
  • Paid Training
  • Paid Volunteer Days
  • Vehicle Purchase Program
  • Special Employee Pricing on Vehicle Service and Parts
  • Employee Outings and Activities


Located on the corner of Shelburn Rd. and Flynn Avenue in Burlington, Vermont.