• Management Trainee

    Job Locations US-CA-Los Angeles
    Job ID
    Operations / Network of Branch Offices
    Genesis Cota
  • Who we are:

    Sixt rent a car is an international leader in car rental, leasing, and innovative mobility solutions like mydriver.  With revenues in excess of $2 billion and a fleet of 220,000 cars, we have moved into over 100 different countries worldwide. Sixt is the largest fleet purchaser of BMWs internationally, however does not consider itself a luxury car rental company but a company with superior service and better cars for everyone at an exceptional value.


    At Sixt, customers are guests. It’s not a rental transaction but an experience comparable to that of a five star hotel. Sixt hires service oriented individuals, free to travel and open to cultural experiences interacting with customers and colleagues from many diverse backgrounds.  Sixt is more than just cars, we have a passion for style, technology, innovation, creativity and entrepreneurial spirit.


    Sixt’s expansion throughout the United States opens up excellent career opportunities for recent college graduates in the fields of business management, service and hospitality. Sixt’s trainee program not only prepares university graduates to obtain a management position in one year, but also offers a diverse, hands-on curriculum. Trainees will gain first-hand sales, customer service and management experience while working at our rental locations. Furthermore, trainees will have the opportunity to attend various off-site trainings and seminars at our Fort Lauderdale or Los Angeles training centers, preparing them for future management functions.


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    Position Summary:


    Sixt offers a fast track career opportunity through our Management Trainee Program. Highly talented graduates are given a unique opportunity to develop their leadership potential in a fast paced business environment. This program is designed for trainees to become branch managers within 15 months!


    What we are looking for?:


    Our trainees work hard, but play harder! They play an instrumental role in building our brand awareness in the United States. If you are looking for a challenging work environment that will not only teach you the skills to effectively manage a business, but also develop you as a leader…..Sixt could be the perfect fit for you!


    By the end of the program, you will master:

    • Strategic business development
    • Sales management
    • Pricing analysis and cost management
    • Branch profitability management
    • Staff management
    • Customer service management.

    What you'll do to be Sixt-cessful:

    • Ensure the effective process of all types of car rental transactions
    • Provide exemplary customer service and issue resolution
    • Achieve sales goals and standards
    • Participate in all areas of employee management
    • Understand cost control and achieve individual sales goals
    • Monitor prices and set rates for walk-ups
    • Uphold company standards and processes.

    What you'll need:

    • Bachelor's degree
    • 6 months of work experience in sales and customer service preferred
    • Must have a valid driver's license with a clean driving record
    • Must be willing to wear company uniforms
    • Must have the ability to work under stressful and unusual situations in order to maintain good customer service
    • Must have strong supervisory and professional communication skills
    • Exceptional interpersonal skills
    • Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task
    • Must be at least 21 years old
    • Must be able to work a minimum of 40 hours per week (Overtime available)
    • Must be able to work a flexible schedule including day and/or evening hours.



    • $18.00/hour


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