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FRAMINGHAM – Wholesale auction provider, ADESA plan to hire up to 50 new employees at an event on Tuesday, September 13.

ADESA, a Carvana-owned company, currently operates 56 locations throughout the US. Its vehicle service & logistics centers provide a huge array of services including vehicle remarketing, repair & reconditioning, and nationwide distribution operations.

If you’re looking to jumpstart a new career or continue the progress you’ve already made, ADESA has exciting employment opportunities to suit a wide variety of interests and experience. Put your skills to use or learn new ones in a positive teamwork environment designed to foster talent, learning, and professional growth, said the company in a press release.

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Available positions include: 


  • Mechanic | Auto Body | Vehicle Inspector


  • Admin Clerk | Lot Assistant | Lot Driver | Coordinator | More!
  • Only Friday – Auction Sale Day Driver.

The event will be held on Tuesday, September 13 from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. at 63 Western Avenue in Framingham.

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“As an industry leader, ADESA is poised for a multi-year expansion including huge investments in facilities, massive sales growth, and an ever-increasing inventory of vehicles. ADESA is looking to hire to help meet the demand,” said the company.

ADESA US is a leader in the wholesale auto auction industry, serving customers both online and at its 56 locations nationwide. Handling every aspect of the used vehicle lifecycle, ADESA offers solutions that enable its OEM, financial institution, fleet and dealer customers to maximize ROI. ADESA US is the second largest used vehicle physical auction business in the U.S. and owned by Carvana the industry pioneer for buying and selling used vehicles online.

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