If the idea of working closely with the finest luxury import vehicles on the planet makes your heart rev just a little higher, then this is the opportunity for you.
At Rusnak, we've been raising the bar in the automotive industry for more than 50 years. We attract and employ the finest professionals in the business and we provide ongoing training and support to keep our associates at the top of their game.
Quality Attracts Quality
Take one look at the manufacturers that Rusnak proudly offers and you'll understand. We work with the very best. That goes for our automobiles, and it goes for our associates.
As a company, we are unmatched with our dedication to creating the ultimate customer experience. Each of our individual dealerships has won numerous awards for sales, service and outstanding performance.
Slow and Steady Wins the Race
Because we've been privately owned and operated for more than 40 years, we've grown steadily and have learned to adjust to the ever-changing economy. We actively invest in our company and our associates, which distinguishes Rusnak from many other companies.
We're also woven deeply into our communities. At Rusnak, we support important local charities and causes. And because of this, our community supports us. In Pasadena, Westlake, Arcadia and Loma Linda, the Rusnak name is held in the highest regard.
Actions Speak Louder
Any dealership can tell you that their associates come first. But at Rusnak, we offer proof. We've begun a program of actively polling our associates to make sure that we are offering these valuable men and women a career that's just as valuable. In fact, we're pleased to report that in our most recent survey, more than half the people who answered plan to stay at Rusnak for their entire career.
The Rusnak Standard
The Rusnak Standard is the name of the six principles that guide everything we do. First and foremost, we take care of our associates. We offer competitive compensation programs and a benefits package that is continuously under review and expansion.
The only question that remains is quite simply, "Are you up to the Rusnak Standard?"