Overview

Motorcycle and Powersport Condition Reporting/Inventory Specialist 

If you’re skilled in powersports mechanics and looking for a full-time, Monday-Friday schedule, we want to hear from you.

Summary of Responsibilities:

This person is responsible for reviewing the mechanical status of all vehicles that come into our Denver, Colorado facility and writing a respective condition report that will be shared with prospective buyers.

Basic Employee Responsibilities:

Arrive to work on time per required work schedule
Be courteous and respectful to fellow employees and customers
Use company equipment for company purposes only
Operate company vehicles safely and within their intended purpose
Dress appropriately for particular job duties and within the parameters of our current employee manual (no open toe shoes in the warehouse)
Keep work area neat and clean at all times
Always ask questions when uncertainty arises
Job Specific Requirements:

General

Have a good working knowledge of computers
Have a good working knowledge of powersport related vehicles and their mechanical operation
Must be able to maneuver and operate a 2-wheel motorcycle with expertise
Must be able to lift 75 lbs.
Must be able to push a rolling 900lb motorcycle with relative ease
Help unload/load vehicles from trucks and trailers as needed
Must not be sensitive to chemicals, cleaners, and fuel fumes
Responsible for all company equipment and tools associated with condition reporting
Report any misuse of company tools and equipment
Report any violations of company and safety guidelines as discussed in annual meetings

Mechanical & Operational

Check the mechanical condition of each vehicle and report as necessary into our internal management system
Determine the overall condition of each unit with accuracy
Verify vehicle identification number (VIN) including year, make, and model on the label and in our internal system
Communicate and identify discrepancies and fix as necessary
Tag all parts and accessories included but not attached to the vehicle
Check all fluids and add as necessary to manufacturer’s specifications
Make comments as necessary during the condition reporting process
Responsible for scanning vehicles in and out during the auction and during processing days
Responsible for auction placement of vehicles as required and planned by GM

Benefits:

Medical
Dental
Vision
Flexible Spending and Health Savings Accounts
401(k) Plans
Holidays Off
Paid Vacation
Stock Options
Fun Work Environment
Motorcycle Riding

We actively search for new talent to help us continue our world-class customer service. If you enjoy working in an exciting industry and are looking for an opportunity to become a part of a world-class team, apply online today.

About National PowerSport Auctions

National Powersport Auctions is the world's largest powersport auction and remarketing company specializing in: Motorcycles, ATVs, Side X Sides, Utility Vehicles, Personal Watercraft, Snowmobiles, Trailers, Recreational Vehicles, Boats, Parts, Gear, and Apparel

As the leading powersports remarketing company in the U.S., NPA serves dealers, OEMs, and lending institutions throughout the nation with a complete range of auction-related services. Having sold nearly 1 million vehicles since inception, NPA plays an important role in assisting clients liquidate inventory and maximize returns. Dealers throughout the world utilize NPA for acquisition of wholesale vehicles and to ensure their pre-owned inventory meets their customer's demands.