Reasons to Move to Mitchell

  • No state income tax
  • Lake Mitchell Boating & Fishing
  • Acres of Rural Hunting Land
  • Two 18-Hole Public Golf Courses
  • Various Dining Options & Shopping Centers
  • Cabela’s “World’s Foremost Outfitter”
  • Mitchell Outdoor Aquatic Center
  • World’s Only Mitchell Corn Palace
  • Cadwell Sports Complex
  • Hitchcock Water Park
  • Secondary Education Opportunities
  • Numerous Parks & Campgrounds

Vern Eide of Mitchell Employment

Vern Eide of Mitchell is growing, which means we are searching for motivated, well-qualified candidates to join our family of dealerships. We are hiring in multiple departments at both our Vern Eide GM and Vern Eide Ford locations, offering competitive pay, a fun work environment, and a full-time benefits package consisting of holiday pay, 401K, and health insurance with dental and vision options. We want to be clear: these positions are not jobs – they are career opportunities with a successful organization that not only cares about the success of their employees, but also the prosperity of the Mitchell community. Vern Eide of Mitchell is building a team of top performers. If you’re a team player, we want you!

Why Mitchell, South Dakota?

Mitchell is a wonderful place to raise a family, with quality educational opportunities from preschool through college, being the proud home to both Dakota Wesleyan University and the Mitchell Technical Institute. Kids activities are at a surplus in Mitchell, boasting both the Pepsi Cola Soccer Complex and the majestic Cadwell Sports Complex, which is home to the Cadwell Baseball Stadium. Athletics aside, Mitchell is also home to both the Hitchcock Water Park and the Mitchell Outdoor Aquatic Center, multiple recreational parks, campgrounds, a movie theater, and a bowling alley. We have historic landmarks such as the Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village and the World’s Only Mitchell Corn Palace that pay homage to our rich heritage. But most of all, when it get’s down to it, Mitchell is a friendly, hard-working Midwest community with a small town feel and big city activities.