Raney’s Truck Center is proud to have a team of fine mechanics, technicians, sales people, and administrative staff. Each member of the Raney’s team contributes to the friendly atmosphere and commitment to quality that is the hallmark of our company.
Raney’s has always been a leader in the heavy duty truck parts and repair industry and is over 80 employees strong, and growing. Clearly, our greatest asset is our people. Therefore it is vital that Raney’s attract, train, retain and motivate the very best qualified people.
For Raney’s Truck Center to be successful, our team members have to be successful! We support our team members as they build a career. We offer an open, supportive environment and learning opportunities to help them develop professionally. Continual professional development at Raney’s includes:
We also recognize that people are our competitive advantage, and no goal is attainable unless our team members are satisfied in their work. That’s why we put so much emphasis on ensuring that Raney’s is a great place to work. We make sure:
Vacation after first year
401K / Simple
Other Employee Benefits
We strive to achieve diversity in age, education, ethnic origin, lifestyle, abilities, race, religion, and sexual orientation. By creating an inclusive culture that values diversity, we better serve our team members, customers, communities, suppliers, and markets.
Our commitment to diversity is a commitment to individuals and to the team. It’s about creating an environment in which all associates can fulfill their potential without artificial barriers, and in which the team is made stronger by the diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives of individuals. It’s about giving all of us – individually and together – the best possible chance to succeed. Raney’s team members should expect to work in an environment where each person feels valued for individual traits and talents, and has the opportunity to fulfill his or her ambitions while contributing to the company’s success.
Raney’s is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Ocala’s A Great Place To Live!
Marion County has maintained a stable and affordable cost of living. One of the main contributing factors is the cost of housing. Housing costs in Marion County are slightly less than 85 percent of the national average. Marion County ranks 39th among Florida counties in terms of cost of living.
Crime Rate According to the Florida Statistical Abstract, Marion County’s overall crime rate is less than half that of the highest crime areas of Florida.
Marion County’s mild climate and natural attractions have brought large numbers of visitors every year.
Silver Springs, Florida’s oldest natural attraction, is just a few miles east of downtown Ocala. The site was once a thriving steamboat destination and is now a park which attracts over a million visitors a year. The springs produce around 850 million gallons of crystal clear water each day. Activities at the park include glass-bottom boat cruises and jeep safaris.
Other outdoor attractions include Wild Waters (a water theme park), golf (with 12 public and 4 private courses) and fishing (with the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean on either coast and over 200 local lakes and streams from which to choose).