Careers at Rossiter's Harley-Davidson

Full-Time Motorcycle Sales

Rossiter's Harley-Davidson is looking for a FULL-TIME motorcycle salesperson. Proven sales experience required. Five days (40HR) work week with Saturdays a MUST. Customer service skills, follow through with customers and self-motivation required.

Please contact our General Manager Scott Kessler with resume and/or questions.

Rossiter's Harley-Davidson is looking for new Technicians to join our team!


Rossiter's Harley-Davidson Driver / Detailer Needed

DRIVER / DETAILER / MAINTENANCE

Be a part of the exciting world of Harley-Davidson®. Great Family owned business. Rossiter's Harley-Davidson is looking to fill a part-time Driver / Detailer / Maintenance position. Saturdays are a MUST. Contact Scott Kessler (941) 951-6103. Duties include but not limited to; washing and detailing motorcycles, motorcycle pick-up, and delivery must be able to drive a truck and cargo trailer, light building maintenance. Must be a clean, organized, self-starter. We will train. Rossiter's Harley-Davidson is a drug-free workplace.

Walk-in to apply.

RANGE AIDE NEEDED

Rossiter's Harley-Davidson is looking for a Riding Academy Range Aide. Saturday/Sunday on weekends that classes are scheduled. Must be able to handle a truck towing a large trailer. Must be able to load and unload motorcycles. Please contact Lori at Rossiter's Harley-Davidson (941) 951-6103 for further information.


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