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We have 113 positions available in several different departments.
We challenge you to come and experience DriveTime for yourself.
We are the nation’s largest subprime automotive company. From searching to signing, we are dedicated to simplifying the complete process of buying a car and changing the way people think about used auto dealerships.
While we pride ourselves on rethinking and retooling the way people buy cars, a lot of effort goes on behind the scenes to make the customer experience more efficient—and that’s where you come in.
Think Big, Stay Small
One of the ways we maintain our core values is by structuring personal relationships within our walls. There are no doors by design and no hierarchy to hang your hat on.
Endless Growth Opportunities
We take pride in developing our team members in a way that encourages more fulfilling career paths. We give our employees the tools to craft their own unique future.
DriveTime encourages its employees to think outside of typical office constraints and reach across the aisle to various departments to get a full 360-degree view of how it operates.s
Meet the DriveTime Crew!
We’re a team of innovators and engineers, movers and shakers, morning people and night owls, dreamers and believers, techies and talkers. But most of all we are a family. At DriveTime we’re fueled by the success of our employees as much as we are by the loyalty of our customers.
DriveTime provides everyone an opportunity to get involved in business impacting projects, regardless of their level. Employees are held responsible for their work in every aspect, including delivery and presentation to senior management when applicable. DriveTime continuously fosters relationships between all levels of employees, which helps to encourage the collaboration that occurs each and every day.
I’ve recently taken a strong liking towards indoor rock climbing, which provides relief from the brutal Arizona heat. Rock climbing is a great activity that allows you to continuously push yourself and strive for improvement without getting dull, especially since the gyms change the paths frequently. When I’m not rock climbing, which sadly is most days, I also enjoy playing recreational sports like kickball, ultimate Frisbee, and softball with friends or taking my dog out to the dog park…or, honestly, furiously binge watching a new show on Netflix.