Jaguar Land Rover Dealers Want Veterans To Report for Duty | Edmunds

Jaguar Land Rover Dealers Want Veterans To Report for Duty


MAHWAH, New Jersey — Jaguar Land Rover North America's dealer network put the "help wanted" sign out on Monday, as the automaker seeks to hire military veterans.

The automaker said it has job openings for 180 veterans across its North America retail network this year. Jaguar Land Rover has 217 dealerships in the U.S.

Online applications are available at jlrvets.com.

"This program will help bring skilled potential employees with military service background together with our growing U.S. retail network," said Joe Eberhardt, Jaguar Land Rover North America president, in a statement.

The automaker said it is interested in hiring transitioning service members, veterans and currently serving members of the National Guard and Reserve.

Jaguar Land Rover's U.S. lineup includes a wide range of vehicles from the Jaguar F-Type coupe to the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque SUV.

Edmunds says: Jaguar Land Rover dealerships are about to get some help from men and women with skills, discipline and drive.

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